Amal El-Mohtar is the Nebula-nominated author of The Honey Month, a collection of very short fiction and poetry written to the taste of 28 different kinds of honey. Her work has recently appeared in Uncanny magazine and in Lightspeed magazine’s Queers Destroy Science Fiction special issue. She’s 1/4 of DOWN AND SAFE, a new podcast discussing iconic British science fiction program Blake’s 7, along with Scott Lynch, Liz Myles, and Michael D. Thomas. She also reviews books for NPR, Tor.com, and Lightspeed, edits Goblin Fruit, and presently divides her time and heart between Ottawa and Glasgow.
Work on Escape Artists
- PC111 And Their Lips Rang With The Sun, read by N.K. Jemisin
- PCMini060 Cranberry Honey, read by Marguerite Croft
- PC139 To Follow the Waves, read by Marguerite Croft
- PC277 A Hollow Play, read by Tina Connolly
- PCMini078 Wing, read by Danielle Daly
- PC379 The Truth About Owls, read by Amal El-Mohtar