Data?1572984267

Jordan Kurella

A Jordan Kurella story is weirder than it looks.

Follow Jordan to get notified when they create a new story or post.

Subscribe

Subscribe to Jordan to support their work and read subscriber-only content.

Jordan Kurella is a queer and disabled author who grew up all over the world (including Moscow and Manhattan), and in their past lives was a radio DJ, barista, and social worker. Their work has been published in Apex Magazine, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Strange Horizons. Their work has been featured in the Barnes & Noble Short Fiction Roundup; been nominated for Best of the Net; taught at Iowa State University; and mentioned in AC Wise’s Non-Binary Authors to Read column.

Fiction · Posts · Books

Free

Post

First Person and the (un)Reliable Narrator

Published Jul 3, 2020 · 665 words (3 minutes) · 126 views

mental illness Essay Nonfiction Writing advice writing fiction first person narrators unreliable narrator

Wherein Jordan does a big think about First Person Narrators & their inherent reliability. Also how Jordan tries to sketch First Person Narrators out with as much authority as the secondary characters.

Free

Èze views

Free

Post

Song of the Terror of Red Plague: A Warning

Published Sep 12, 2019 · 233 words (1 minute) · 209 views

poetry Fanfiction horror poetry verse poetry

This is a piece of raffle fanfiction poetry I wrote for Brodsky the Redplague. I'm posting it here cause I thought it turned out decently, and I thought peeps might like to read it.

Free

Free

Post

New Work Up!!

Published Aug 10, 2019 · 164 words (1 minute) · 2 likes · 185 views

weird fiction writing writing process writing life mental health workers helen of sorrows social work

Free

Free

Post

New Work Out

Published Jul 6, 2018 · 71 words (1 minute) · 329 views

Free