My Writing

Emma Mann (E. H. Mann) writes fantasy and science-fiction, with a preference for short fiction and a dedication to queer and other minority representation.

‘Arguing with People on the Internet’, in Mother of Invention, Twelfth Planet Press, 2018

‘The Miller’s Daughter’ (winner, Australian Science Fiction Foundation Amateur SF Competition), first published in Continuum 13/Natcon 56 conbook, 2017, and soon to be re-released in audio format by Remastered Words (you can read their interview with me about it here)

‘Dissection’, a 300-word flash fic response to an image prompt on the Australian Speculative Fiction Group on Facebook. Just a bit of top-of-my-head silliness.

 

Is this really all you’ve written?

Of course not. Although I only got serious about fiction writing in 2017, since then I have been churning out stories on a semi-regular basis. I would love to share more of those here. However, most of the publications I submit stories to require first publication rights – that means if I put the story up on my own humble website, it cuts down drastically the number of professional markets I can submit it to.

So as much as I want to, I won’t be publishing any stories here unless I have absolutely exhausted the possibilities for professional publication – and given how many publications there are and how long the submission process can take, exhausting the possibilities takes a while. Rest assured, any new writing that does appear here will be announced on my blog to make it easy to find. Stay tuned…