KELLY ROBSON's fiction has appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction, Tor.com, Clarkesworld Magazine, and several anthologies. Her Tor.com novella Waters of Versailles won the 2016 Aurora Award, and she has also been a finalist for the Nebula Award, World Fantasy Award, Theodore Sturgeon Award, Sunburst Award, and John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. Her stories have been included in numerous year's best anthologies, and she is a regular contributor to the Another Word column at Clarkesworld.Kelly grew up in the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains and competed in rodeos as a teenager. From 2008 to 2012, she was the wine columnist for Chatelaine, Canada's largest women's magazine. After many years in Vancouver, she and her wife, fellow SF writer A.M. Dellamonica, now live in Toronto.
Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach is atour-de-force, with nuanced characters in a masterfully conceived world ofstunning, mind-bending eco-tech. Absolutely brilliant storytelling. I didn't want it to end. --Annalee Newitz, co-founder of io9 and author of Autonomous The far future, the distant past. Time travel, bioengineering, officepolitics-- and ecological consulting. How could I not lovethis? --Peter Watts, author of Echopraxia A necessary meditation on the nature of change and the sacrifice required tomanifest it, Robson's novella pulls no punches, spares no rods, and leaves no idea unexamined. --Madeline Ashby, author of Company Town Rich, nuanced characters, deeply compelling story, and a powerfully conceived world make Gods, Monsters and the Lucky Peach one of the best novellas of recent times. --Jonathan Strahan