Karin Lowachee is a Canadian author of speculative fiction.
Lowachee is the author of four novels, Warchild (2002), Burndive (2003), Cagebird (2005) and The Gaslight Dogs (2010). Warchild is noteworthy for its use of second-person point of view for the first several chapters of the novel. This book won the Warner Aspect First Novel Award. Cagebird won the 2006 Gaylactic Spectrum Awards and the Prix Aurora Award, and was a finalist for the 2005 Philip K. Dick Award. Her next novel, The Gaslight Dogs, was released in April 2010.
- "Culture Shock," ON SPEC: The Canadian Magazine of Speculative Writing (1994)
- "The Forgotten Ones," So Long Been Dreaming: Postcolonial Science Fiction & Fantasy (2004), edited by Uppinder Mehan & Nalo Hopkinson
- "This Ink Feels Like Sorrow," Mythspring: From the Lyrics & Legends of Canada (2006), edited by Genevieve Kierans & Julie E. Czerneda
- "Nomad," Armored (2012), edited by John Joseph Adams
- "The Bleach," When the Villain Comes Home (2012), edited by Gabrielle Harbowy & Ed Greenwood
- "Enemy States," War Stories: New Military Science Fiction (2014), edited by Jaym Gates and Andrew Liptak
- Warner Aspect First Novel Award, 2002
- Prix Aurora Awards, Best Novel in English, 2006
- Gaylactic Spectrum Awards, Best Novel, 2006
- Speer, Cindy Lynn (2002-08-15). "Review: Warchild". SF Site.com. Retrieved 2008-01-23.
- "Gaylactic Spectrum Awards". Spectrumawards.org. October 2006. Retrieved 2008-01-23.
- Silver, Steven H (2006-07-16). "Prix Aurora". The SF Site News. SF Site.com. Archived from the original on 2007-09-18. Retrieved 2008-01-23.
- Cover Launch: The Gaslight Dogs on Orbit Books, Lauren Panepinto, October 19, 2009.
- Official site
- Interview at Clarkesworld Magazine September 2010
- Interview at SF Site
- Interview with Samantha Ling
- Karin Lowachee at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database