Biography

Genevieve Valentine’s first novel, Mechanique: A Tale of the Circus Tresaulti , won the 2012 Crawford Award and was nominated for the Nebula. Her second novel is speakeasy fairy tale The Girls at the Kingfisher Club. She’s currently the writer of DC’s CATWOMAN.

Her short fiction has appeared in Clarkesworld, Strange Horizons, Journal of Mythic Arts, Lightspeed, and others, and the anthologies Federations, The Living Dead 2, After, Teeth, and more; stories have been nominated for the World Fantasy Award and the Shirley Jackson Award, and have appeared in several Best of the Year anthologies.

Her nonfiction and reviews have appeared at NPR.org, The AV Club, Strange Horizons, io9.com, Lightspeed, Weird Tales, Tor.com, LA Review of Books, and Fantasy Magazine, and she is a co-author of pop-culture book Geek Wisdom (Quirk Books).

Her appetite for bad movies is insatiable, a tragedy she tracks on her blog.

She is represented by Barry Goldblatt of BG Literary.

 

Author Photos

Click any photo to get to a high-res image. All photo credit goes to Ellen Wright.


The image in the site header is from a “How to Draw” sketch card from the late 1920s; the original can be found in the digital archives of the New York Public Library.

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    This week on Reign, Reign totally shocked me twice in five minutes by having Castleroy get incredibly pissy with Greer about her “mistakes” (nooooo!) and then having Greer decide to solve this problem head-on with some sex (yay! Wait, what? Uh. Yay? I literally don’t know where we’re going with this). Anyway, congratulations to Michael Therriaulton going from a pepper-obsessed muttonchop punch line to a sexy pirate king. (x)

    10/25/14

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    10/24/14