Jennifer Pelland

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Jennifer Pelland is an American writer of science fiction, principally short fiction.

Pelland's works have been characterized as "dark fiction with a thread of humanity running through it", focusing on themes of body modification and destruction.[1] Her short stories Captive Girl (2007) and Ghosts of New York (2010) were nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Short Story.[1] Captive Girl was also shortlisted for the Gaylactic Spectrum Awards.

Pelland is married. She lives near Boston, practices belly dancing, and is a part-time voice-actor.[2]

Works[edit]

In addition to numerous pieces of short fiction, Pelland has written:

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Yardley, Mercedes M. "Nebula Awards 2010 Interview: Jennifer Pelland". SFWA. Retrieved 24 November 2013. 
  2. ^ Pelland, Jennifer. "Bio and Interviews". Retrieved 24 November 2013.