Underprivileged and keenly self-aware, SoCal fourteen-year-old Layla Bailey isn’t used to being noticed. Except by mean girls who tweet about her ragged appearance. All she wants to do is indulge in her love of science, protect her vulnerable younger brother, and steer clear of her unstable mother.
Meg Elison's collection of fiction and essays, plus interviews with Terry Bisson. Outspoken Authors Book 25, from PM Press.
A nonfiction timeline retrospective on the fifty years since Berkeley's landmark free speech movement, from The Daily Californian.
Winner, 2014 Philip K. Dick Award. A post-apocalyptic novel about gender.
A Philip K. Dick Award nominee, and second in the Road to Nowhere series.
In this Otherwise Award honoree, one woman’s unknowable destiny depends on a bold new step in human evolution.
Meg Elison is a science fiction author and feminist essayist. Her debut novel, The Book of the Unnamed Midwife, won the 2014 Philip K. Dick award. Her second novel was a finalist for the Philip K. Dick, and both were longlisted for the James A. Tiptree award. She has been published in McSweeney's, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Catapult, and many other places.