Nicola Griffith is a dual US/UK citizen living in Seattle with her wife, novelist and screenwriter Kelley Eskridge. She is the author of seven award-winning novels, including Hild and So Lucky, and her shorter work—essays, fiction, and reviews—are published in Nature, The New York Times, New Scientist, and others. She’s the author of a memoir, and editor of three anthologies of original queer fiction. She holds a PhD from Anglia Ruskin University, and is known both for her work on identifying and tracing bias in the literary ecosystem and as a consultant on disability issues. She also teaches occasionally—both writing and women’s self-defense—and loves to hit heavy bags at the boxing gym. Most of all she likes to write but will emerge occasionally to beam at the world and drink just the right amount of beer.
Represented by Stephanie Cabot.