needs more magic.
Tamara Jerée is a games writer, poet, and short fiction writer. A graduate of Purdue University’s Creative Writing MFA Program and the Odyssey Writing Workshop, they write queer femme strangeness topped with gloomy sparkles. Their poem "goddess in forced repose" was nominated for the inaugural Ignyte Award. They are sometimes at work on a novel.
Photo by Kelsey Lefever
"In Our Season" - Professor Charlatan Bardot’s Travel Anthology to the Most (Fictional) Haunted Buildings (forthcoming)
"A Serpent for Each Year" - Strange Horizons
"The Future in Saltwater" - Anathema: Spec from the Margins
"Our Souls to the Moon" - Strange Horizons
"When You Find a Dragon, Name Them for Me" - FIYAH Literary Magazine
"On Lore" - Fireside Magazine
"the most humane methods could involve a knife" - Uncanny Magazine (forthcoming in March)
"if Saturn" - Arsenika
"Warship Captain Application [Section 29.2 saved as draft in SAIS]" - Strange Horizons
"goddess in forced repose" - Uncanny Magazine (Disabled People Destroy Fantasy)
"upon learning my girlfriend is a mermaid" - Twisted Moon
"in the Cult of Nearly-Lost Dreams" - Strange Horizons
"Self-Care for Villains" - Liminality
"How to Make a Family: Queer Blood Bonds in Black Feminist Vampire Novels" - Strange Horizons
Fallen London - "The Rose Giveth Its Verses to Devils and Also to You"
Fallen London is a free-to-play browser game set in an alternate universe gothic London. As part of a traineeship with Failbetter Games, I authored new seasonal content including advent calendar items and story branches, expanding player interaction with the devils and their lore.