In 2001, Jerome Stueart came from Texas to the Yukon Territory on a Fulbright Fellowship. He eventually immigrated to Canada in 2007. His stories have been nominated for an Aurora award and have been runner up to the Speculative Literature Foundation’s Fountain Award. Booklist called his work, “whimsical;” Nalo Hopkinson called it “wacky and sweet.” He holds a PhD in English, and is a graduate of the 2007 Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Workshop. His work has appeared in Fantasy Magazine, Strange Horizons, On Spec and in two Tesseracts anthologies. His radio series for CBC include a memoir of his birthmother finding him at 30, his 4000 mile immigration road trip, and, most recently, a look at the Yukon 50 years into the future.
How Magnificent is the Universal Donor, (forthcoming) Evolve, Hades Publications, Edge Books, March 2010
Where the Sled Dogs Run, QueerWolf, Queered Fiction, 2009
Believing in the Dog What’s Up Yukon?, November 13, 2008.
American Blue at Home, (forthcoming) The Leonardo Variations, ed. Jeff Vandermeer, 2010.
Bear With Me in Tesseracts 11: Canadian Speculative Fiction Anthology, EDGE books, November 2007
Brazos, Strange Horizons, June 2007.
Why the Poets Were Banned from the City, On Spec, Spring 2007
Old Lions, Redivider, Spring 2005
Lemmings in the Third Year Tesseracts 9: Canadian Speculative Fiction Anthology, 2005
Speculative Literature Foundation's Fountain Award, Honorable Mention for "Lemmings in the Third Year" 2005
Adventures in Science: Kluane Lake Research Station (9 part series) for CBC North about science research being done at a remote research station near Kluane National Park in the Yukon Territory.
Yukon 2058, (5 part series, radio fictional narrative) for CBC North about life in the Yukon fifty years from now. Dec 8-12, 2008.
Leaving America, (7 part memoir series, radio essays) for CBC North about my immigration journey from Texas to the Yukon, Jun 2008
Adopting my Mother, (5-part memoir series, radio essays) CBC North, June 2003
Three Essays for Sept 11th memorial, CBC North Radio Memorial program, Sept.11, 2002
Donning Our Coat, Yukon: North of Ordinary, Fall 2008
Rare Yukon Plants, Yukon: North of Ordinary, Summer 2008.
Portrait of the Artist as a Bear: Jazz, Nietzsche and the Animal Mask.Mosaic, “The Animal II” (March 2007)
Whitman and Teddy Roosevelt: An Unpublished Whitman Manuscript at Sagamore Hill (with Sherry Ceniza and Ed Folsom)Walt Whitman Quarterly Review, Volume 23, 1/2, Summer/Fall 2005.