Press Kit

Contact Details

Email alyx.dellamonica@gmail.com
Twitter @alyxdellamonica

Bios

50 words

A.M. Dellamonica‘s first novel, Indigo Springs, won the Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic. Her fourth, A Daughter of No Nation, won the 2016 Prix Aurora. She has published forty short stories and one anthology in print, and teaches creative writing at two universities.

100 words

A.M. Dellamonica‘s first novel, Indigo Springs, won the Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic. Her fourth, A Daughter of No Nation, won the 2016 Prix Aurora. She has published over forty short stories in Tor.com, Strange HorizonsLightspeed and numerous print magazines and anthologies. She was the co-editor of Heiresses of Russ 2016. She teaches writing at two universities and is pursuing an MFA in creative writing at a third.

Alyx is married to fellow Aurora winner Kelly Robson; the two made their outlaw wedding of 1989 legal, in 2003, when the Canadian Supreme Court conferred equality on same sex couples.

200 words

A.M. Dellamonica‘s first novel, Indigo Springs, won the Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic. Her fourth, A Daughter of No Nation, has won the 2016 Prix Aurora. She is the author of over forty short stories in a variety of genres; these can be found on Tor.com, Strange HorizonsLightspeed and in numerous print magazines and anthologies, most recently Beneath Ceaseless Skies. She was co-editor of Heiresses of Russ 2016. She teaches writing in person at UTSC and online through the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program, and is currently a student in the UBC Creative Writing Department’s MFA program.

Alyx is married to fellow Aurora winner Kelly Robson; the two were able to make their outlaw wedding of 1989 legal, in 2003, when the Canadian Supreme Court conferred full equality on same sex couples.

Dellamonica tells people she is bigendered, bisexual and bisectional. (The latter means she sings both alto and soprano.) Her website is at http://alyxdellamonica.com.

Photos

Praise for Child of a Hidden Sea

…the writing that surrounds Sophie’s voice often has the muscular precision that I associate with Elizabeth Bear’s prose, and in parts I found myself reminded of some of Guy Gavriel Kay’s work.” Amal El-Mohtar, NPR

“Dellamonica’s tale is one of intrigue and power struggles, jealousy and competition, culture shock and the alienation of discovering your family is not what they thought.” – Marie Brennan

“Dellamonica plunges us into a magical world that is rich with details both fantastic and ecological. A fast-paced adventure-mystery that had me reading long into the night.” – Hiromi Goto

Praise for A.M. Dellamonica

“… delivers a powerful story of good intentions gone terribly wrong and introduces a promising new voice that brings a fresh vision to the genre.” Library Journal

“A psychologically astute, highly original debut–complex, eerie, and utterly believable.”

 

Comments are closed