Merrie Haskell started writing when she was seven, but put off the rigorous submitting of stories for twenty years. She sold her first piece in 2004, and has since sold fiction to Asimov's, Strange Horizons, Escape Pod, and other venues. By day she works in a large academic library in southeastern Michigan; by night she writes and enjoys the chaos of a household full of people and pets.
Short Story: "Sun's East, Moon's West." Electric Velocipede forthcoming.
Short Story: "An Almanac for the Alien Invaders." Asimov's Apr/May 2008.
Short Story: "The Roman and the Regency." Quantum Kiss Jan 2007.
Short Story: "One Million Years B.F.E.: Diary of an Anthropologist in Exile." The Town Drunk 16 Nov 2006.
Short Story: "Dead Languages." Farthing Sep 2006.
Short Story: "One Million Years B.F.E.: Diary of an Anthropologist in Exile." Escape Pod 14 Feb 2006.
Short Story: "Huntswoman." Strange Horizons 24 Jan 2005.
Short Story: "Shotgun." flashquake v. 4 no. 1, Sep 2004.
Short Story: "Reparations." Fortean Bureau no. 23, Jun 2004.