S. L. Huang

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S. L. Huang
Nationality American
Pronouns Any[1]
Gender identity genderqueer[2]
Occupation author, armorer

S. L. Huang (rhymes with "wrong"[3]) is a Hugo winning science fiction author as well as a professional armorer in Hollywood.

Huang completed a degree in mathematics at MIT before moving to Los Angeles.[4][5] They are known for their Cas Russell series. Huang began as a self published author but was picked up by Tor Books.[6] Huang writes short fiction which won the Hugo Award for Best Short Story in 2020 with “As the Last I May Know”.[7][8] They have been published in a number of anthologies and magazines such as Strange Horizons and The Best American Science Fiction & Fantasy 2016.[9][8][10]

Huang has also worked as a stuntwoman and firearms expert. Their work includes Battlestar Galactica and Raising Hope as well as Top Shot and Auction Hunters. [8] They have worked with actors such as Nathan Fillion, Sean Patrick Flanery, Jason Momoa, and Danny Glover. Huang has had cancer more than once.[11][12]

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Cas Russell Series[13]
  • Zero Sum Game (2018, previously self-published in 2014 in significantly different form)
  • Null Set (2019)
  • Critical Point (2020)
  • "A Neurological Study on the Effects of Canine Appeal on Psychopathy, or Rio Adopts a Puppy" (2015)
  • "An Examination of Collegial Dynamics as Expressed Through Marksmanship, or Ladies' Day Out" (2015)
  • Burning Roses (2020)
  • Up and Coming: Stories by the 2016 Campbell-Eligible Authors (2016) with Kurt Hunt
Short Fiction[13]
  • Hunting Monsters (2014)
  • By Degrees and Dilatory Time (2015)
  • My Grandmother's Bones (2016)
  • The Documentarian (2016)
  • The Little Homo Sapiens Scientist (2016)
  • The Last Robot (2017)
  • Split Shadow (2017)
  • Time Travel Is Only for the Poor (2017)
  • The Woman Who Destroyed Us (2018)
  • Dulce et Decorum (2018)
  • Devouring Tongues (2018)
  • As the Last I May Know (2019)
  • The Million-Mile Sniper (2020)

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. @sl_huang (3 August 2020). "Any pronouns are fine for me. Thank you for asking!" – via Twitter.
  2. "S. L. Huang's New Take on the Most Famous Chinese Novel You've Never Read in English: Announcing The Water Outlaws". Tor.com. 15 October 2020. Retrieved 7 November 2020. but one of my favorite parts about my retelling is the genderflipping—or as a genderqueer person, perhaps I should say genderspinning.
  3. S.L. Huang. "Press Kit". slhuang.com. Retrieved 3 January 2021.
  4. "How Working in the US Film Industry Helped Me Write a Criminal Underworld". Criminal Element. 2 October 2018.
  5. "S. L. Huang". MIT Technology Review.
  6. Johnson, Andrea (20 April 2020). "Interview: S.L. Huang, author of the Cas Russell series". nerds of a feather, flock together. Retrieved 5 January 2021.
  7. "The Hugo Awards". The Hugo Awards.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Ford, Anne. "Is There Anything S. L. Huang Can't Do?". Chicago magazine.
  9. "S. L. Huang | Authors | Macmillan". US Macmillan.
  10. Couch, Christina (24 October 2019). "Calculated combat". MIT Technology Review. Retrieved 5 January 2021.
  11. "Author Interview: S.L. Huang on Null Set". The Illustrated Page. 9 July 2019. Retrieved 5 January 2021.
  12. Krishna, Swapna (23 October 2018). "Stuntwoman, armorer, and author S. L. Huang talks Zero Sum Game and the power of math". SYFY WIRE.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 "Summary Bibliography: S. L. Huang". isfdb.com. Retrieved 7 September 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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