New Short Story, New Anthology of Essays

I’ve been traveling without a laptop and have been terribly remiss on updating the Interwebz!  (Still traveling, but laptop is back so hopefully I can catch up a little.)  Anyway, I HAVE A NEW SHORT STORY!  And my essay is in a NEW CRITICAL ANTHOLOGY!

  • “By Degrees and Dilatory Time” was published last week at Strange Horizons, along with beautiful illustrations (eek!) and an audio version (eek again!).  It’s a story that’s very personal to me and one I’m very proud of.  Many, many thanks to my generous betas for making the story better, the excellent editors at Strange Horizons for making it even more better, and the incredible illustrator and narrator.  You all improved this story by a factor of a thousand!
  • I’m very proud to say my essay “Nobody’s Sidekick: Intersectionality in Protagonists” is part of the anthology of essays on representation Invisible 2, edited by Jim C. Hines.  I hopped on the Amazon page on release day (was going to try to tweet it but failed at phone copy/paste), and we hit at least #2 in the SFF History & Criticism category.  Whee!  (Also, all proceeds go to Carl Brandon Society to Con or Bust.)

Check ’em out!

About the author

SL Huang (aka MathPencil)
SL Huang (aka MathPencil)

SL Huang justifies an MIT degree by using it to write eccentric mathematical superhero books. Debut novel: Zero Sum Game, a speculative fiction thriller.
Twitter: @sl_huang

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