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Sarah Gailey is an American author. Their alternate history novella River of Teeth was a finalist for the 2017 Nebula Award for Best Novella, the 2018 Hugo Award for Best Novella, and the 2018 Locus Award for Best Novella. In 2018, they also won the Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
"As a queer person, I want to build books that have worlds where queerness is allowed and it's part of people's communities. I don't want to keep on having those conversations of, like, 'Why do you use they/them pronouns? What does that mean?' I just want to read a world where they/them pronouns exist and it's fine."
"This might be corny of me, but I tend to think of gender and sexuality as a journey, not a destination. The ways in which queer people define and express ourselves change based on what language we have available, what we believe to be possible, and how safe we feel. I want to make space in my writing and in my life for fluidity and change; claiming an identity should feel freeing, not constrictive. By writing about that fluidity and discovery and uncertainty, I hope to show readers that there's a place for them in the world, even if they're not sure yet who they are or how much they're ready to talk about it."
Published books[edit | edit source]
- The Fisher of Bones
- River of Teeth
- Taste of Marrow
- Magic for Liars
- Upright Women Wanted
- When We Were Magic
References[edit | edit source]
- ↑ Twitter bio, accessed 4 June 2020
- ↑ Gailey, Sarah [@gaileyfrey] (July 22, 2018). "I am concerned by the perspective that "this book includes queer people and people of color" is something to contrast with "this book is fun" But then, I'm bisexual & nonbinary so I tend to think that Things Can Be Two Things, idk" – via Twitter.
- ↑ River of Teeth, at Science Fiction Writers of America; retrieved June 19, 2019
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 2018 Hugo Awards, at TheHugoAwards.org; retrieved June 19, 2019
- ↑ 2018 Locus Award Winners, at Locus Magazine; retrieved June 19, 2019
- ↑ Evans, Kristen (June 26, 2019). "Sarah Gailey". Kirkus Reviews. Retrieved September 9, 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- ↑ Stufflebeam, Bonnie Jo (April 6, 2020). "Queer Futures: An interview with Sarah Gailey, author of Upright Women Wanted". Medium. Retrieved March 24, 2021.
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