Bibliography

I am represented by Seth Fishman of the Gernert Company

Novels

Forthcoming

Collection

Short Fiction

2019

2018

  • “Rust and Bone” — Shimmer Magazine
  • “The Phobos Experience” — Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
  • “Artisanal Trucking, LLC” — Asimov’s Science Fiction
  • “Dust to Dust” — Fireside Fiction
  • “The Lady Astronaut of Mars” —Worlds Seen in Passing: Ten Years of Tor.com Short Fiction (reprint)
  • “Sound and Fury” — Robots VS Fairies
  • “A Feather in Her Cap” — Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction

2017

2016

  • “Forest of Memory” — Tor.com
  • “Rockets Red” — Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
  • “A Dichotomy of Paradigms” — Unbound: Tales by Masters of Fantasy

2015

  • “Doctor Faustus” — The Doll Collection (Tor)
  • “Like Native Things” — Asimov’s
  • Grinding Time” — Popular Science
  • Midnight Hour” — Uncanny Magazine

2014

2013

  • “We Interrupt This Broadcast” — The Mad Scientist’s Guide to World Domination (Tor)
  • Forest of Memory — Metatropolis (Audible)
  • The Lady Astronaut of Mars” for print — Tor.com HUGO winner 2014

2012

2011

  • “Goodhouse Keeping” — Courts of the Fey (DAW)
  • “Kiss Me Twice” — Asimov’s (June, 2011)
  • Water to Wine” — Subterranean Magazine (reprint, Spring 2011)
  • “Tomorrow and Tomorrow”Apex Online (reprint, January 2011)
  • “Beauty Will Come” — Voices From the Past (Angry Robot)

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

  • “Bound Man” — Twenty Epics (May, 2006)
  • “Cerbo in Vitra ujo” — Apex Digest (Issue 6, June 2006)
  • “Locked In” — Apex Digest (#9)
  • “Portrait of Ari”Strange Horizons (January 30, 2006)

2004

5 thoughts on “Bibliography”

  1. I wish more of those were free online. And order by publishing date would be easier for your readers to be up to date, since that list will probably grow enourmously on the next years.

  2. Mary,

    Thanks for the update!! I’m trying to read everything you currently have published and your new bibliography is extremely helpful. By the way, I just finished reading “Scenting the Dark and Other Stories”. It’s an awesome collection of stories and I’m very much looking forward to your first novel.

  3. Have you other stories with Scott Huang and Metta out or in process? Wonderful characters. They would love to meet Harry Dresden (when he becomes alive again)!

    Thanks.

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