needs more magic.
Tamara Jerée is a speculative writer in Purdue University’s Creative Writing MFA Program and a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop. They are an editor for Sycamore Review and Luna Station Quarterly. Much of their fiction is secondary world fantasy where women mother their children after death and magical girls fall in love and heal their communities. They are at work on a novel.
Photo by Kelsey Lefever
Strange Horizons - "in the Cult of Nearly-Lost Dreams"
Uncanny (Disabled People Destroy Fantasy) - "goddess in forced repose"
Liminality - "Self-Care for Villains"
Arsenika - "if Saturn" (forthcoming April 2020)
FIYAH - "When You Find a Dragon, Name Them for Me"
Fireside Quarterly - "On Lore" (forthcoming April 2020)