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Tara Campbell is a Washington, DC-based writer of crossover sci-fi. With a BA in English and an MA in German language and literature, she has a demonstrated aversion to money and power. Her work has appeared in the Washington Independent Review of Books, Potomac Review Blog, Hogglepot Journal, Lorelei Signal, Punchnel’s, GlassFire Magazine, the WiFiles, Silverthought Online, Toasted Cake Podcast, Litro Magazine, Luna Station Quarterly, Up Do: Flash Fiction by Women Writers, T. Gene Davis’ Speculative Blog, Master’s Review, Sci-Fi Romance Quarterly and Latchkey Tales, Elementals: Children of Water.
42 entries by Tara Campbell
By Alex McElroy
This engaging, incisive satire spars with toxic masculinity and modern media culture.
By Jane Yolen
This dark, fantastical story collection takes readers to unexpected places.
By Damon Young
The author serves up his signature blend of wit and insight in this satisfying collection.
By Jonas Karlsson
This spare, peculiar story offers a light take on a heavy question
By Yaa Gyasi
From a debut novelist comes this ambitious, profound story spanning continents and generations
By Kaitlyn Greenidge
This debut novel tackles risky terrain: race, language, identity — and chimpanzees
By Joyce Carol Oates
A haunting tale of science, obsession, and impossible love.
By Christopher Buckley
A sardonic skewering of the Holy Roman Empire with satire as arch as a Gothic cathedral.
By Ron Childress
A smart, satisfying work about real people navigating the uneasy compromises of today’s world.
By Art Taylor
Buckle up for some kicks on Route 66 with two lovable outlaws.
By Christopher Moore
The author dishes up another helping of slapstick supernatural craziness.
By Kirsty Logan
This debut creates a dazzling (if damp) future with ethereal inhabitants.
By Jennifer Teege and Nikola Sellmair
The author struggles to reconcile fond memories of her grandma with that woman's love of a mass murderer.
By Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen; translated by Lola M. Rogers
Come visit a twee little town with a whimsical name and deep, dark secrets.
By Thomas King
Heavy themes are handled lightly in this playful, wonderfully readable tale by a gifted indigenous author.
By Laline Paull
Insects are ruthless, sexy, and compassionate in this unusual tale.
By Alice Hoffman
A love story set in the dark and magical circus-sideshow world of early 20th-century America.
By Curtis Sittenfeld
As the lives of twins with psychic powers take different turns, it raises questions about what it means to be your own person.
A lively look at three sisters’ ability to hold on to family — despite family.