Karina Sumner-Smith is a twenty-something recluse, short fiction author and novelist-in-the-making. In addition to her writing and a new day job with a downtown IT consulting firm, Karina recently launched a jewelry design company with a friend, and so finds herself with massed quantities of beads and wire, and very little free time. She lives in Toronto.
"On a Day That Has No Name" forthcoming in Jabberwocky, 2007.
"An End To All Things" in Children of Magic, edited by Kerrie Hughes, DAW Books, June 2006.
"Safe Passage" in Mythspring, edited by Julie E. Czerneda and Genevieve Kierans, Red Deer Press, March 2006.
"The Voices of the Snakes" in Issue #2 of Fantasy Magazine, February 2006.
"A Prayer of Salt and Sand" in Summoned to Destiny, edited by Julie E. Czerneda, Fitzhenry and Whiteside, October 2004.
"Marks of Ownership" in Why I Hate Aliens, edited by Marissa K. Lingen, Stone Garden Publishing, December 2003.
"A Last Taste of Sweetness" in Issue #13 of Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, November 2003.
"She is Elizabeth Lynn Rhodea" in Issue #1 of Flytrap, November 2003.
"Loving the Bomb" in Far Sector SFFH, November 2003.
"Drowned Men Can't Have Kids" in Strange Horizons, August 2003.
"How to Kill the Sun" in Issue #10 of Challenging Destiny, August 2000.
"Waterside Old Age Home, Room 245" appeared in Issue #2 of NFG, May 2003.
"From False Worlds" appeared in Dark Planet, February 2000.
"Deeds in Memorial" appeared in Issue #5 of Neverworlds, May 1999.