Quotes by Lettie
I must write now and quickly, before I begin to prefer the perfect version that lives in my head.
Upcoming - New!
The Need for Air (Tor.Com, June 2018) is being reprinted in The New Voices of Science Fiction, coming out in November 2019 on Tachyon Press. Preorder here.
Stories on Audio: Have a Listen
Emergency Protocol (Blue Marble Astronaut Show). Listen to it here (my story starts at 21:25).
Crossing LaSalle (Clarkesworld, December 2017). Listen here.
Justice Systems in Quantum Parallel Probabilities (Clarkesworld, January 2017). Listen here.
Earth for Dummies (StarShipSofa Podcast, December 2013). Listen to it here.
Stories to Read
The Need for Air (Tor.Com, June 2018).
Crossing LaSalle (Clarkesworld, December 2017). Read it here.
Emergency Protocol (Analog, Sep/Oct 2017). Reprinted in The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy: 2018 Edition, edited by Rich Horton.
Justice Systems in Quantum Parallel Probabilities (Clarkesworld, Jan 2017). Reprinted in The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2018, edited by N.K. Jemisin and John Joseph Adams.
The Three Lives of Sonata James (Tor.com, October 2016). Reprinted in Some of the Best from Tor.Com: 2016 and Neil Clarke's The Best Science Fiction of the Year, Volume 2 (Night Shade Books, 2017).
Artifice of Eternity (Analog, May 2016).
The Open-Hearted (Apex Magazine, Issue #80, January 2016).
Baby Steps (Analog, November 2015).
The Performance Artist (Apex Magazine, Issue #44, January 2013). Reprinted in Best of Apex Magazine: Volume I (2016). Link here.
Earth for Dummies (Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, Issue #35).
Inside Job (Aiofe's Kiss, 2010).
Wherever We Are (serialized in Paranormal Underground Issues 3-6, Vol. 3, March – June 2010).
Lettie's first novel was Dragon Ring (2008). It is currently out of print.
Lettie Prell is a science fiction writer. She likes to explore the edge where humans and their technology are increasingly merging.
Lettie on Social Media
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Lettie Prell is an active member of SFWA
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