A.M. Dellamonica

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 has published over forty short stories in Tor.com, Strange Horizons, Lightspeed 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.


Like this author? Subscribe to A.M. Dellamonica to support their work and get updates on new stories.



Stories / Posts

novelette

A.M. Dellamonica

Three Times Over the Falls

14590 words (54 minutes)

Science Fiction

Saturday Night Jayne gags. She can never take aspirin with anything but beer, but pain and traveling had made h...

Read Now →

novelette

A.M. Dellamonica

Ruby, in the Storm

8491 words (31 minutes) · 2 likes

Science Fiction

The Katfite was smoky, strobe-lit, and loud, features that hadn't changed in the decade since Helena's dancing d...

Read Now →

short story

A.M. Dellamonica

A Slow Day at the Gallery

5143 words (19 minutes) · 1 like

Science Fiction

The museum escort Christopher had requested arrived just as he was winding up a self-guided tour of the Earth ex...

Read Now →