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Amal El-Mohtar

Author of This Is How You Lose the Time War

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Amal El-Mohtar is an Ottawa-born child of the Mediterranean, currently pursuing the elusive beast that is a PhD at the Cornwall campus of the University of Exeter, sharpening her quills for the hunt. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in several print and online venues including Strange Horizons, Sybil's Garage, Mythic Delirium, Ideomancer, Abyss&Apex, Shimmer, and Cabinet des Fees, and her poem "Song for an Ancient City" won the 2009 Rhysling Award. She co-edits Goblin Fruit, an online quarterly dedicated to fantastical poetry, with Jessica P. Wick, and is presently working on a series of love-letters to Damascus masquerading as a collection of poems.

She also keeps a blog called Voices on the Midnight Air.
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