Kathe Koja

Kathe Koja

Kathe Koja (born 1960) is an American writer. She was initially known for her intense speculative fiction for adults, but over the past few years has turned to writing young adult novels.

Koja is also a prolific author of short stories, including many in collaboration with Barry N. Malzberg. Most of her short fiction remains uncollected. Koja's novels and short stories frequently concern characters who have been in some way marginalized by society, often focusing on the transcendence and/or disintegration which proceeds this social isolation (as in The Cipher, Bad Brain, "Teratisms," The Blue Mirror, etc.). Koja won the Bram Stoker Award and the Locus Award for her first novel The Cipher, and a Deathrealm Award for Strange Angels. Her prose has been described as "stunning".

Kathe Koja's young adult novels are:

  • Straydog (2002)
  • Buddha Boy (2003)
  • The Blue Mirror (2004)
  • Talk (2005)
  • Going Under (2006)
  • Kissing the Bee (2007)
  • Headlong (2008)

Links

Kathe Koja's official website.
Kathe Koja. Wikipedia.


Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee January 05, 2010
Book Covers
The Cipher
Bad Brains
Skin
Strange Angels
Kink
Extremities
Under the Poppy (Under the Poppy trilogy #1)
The Mercury Waltz (Under the Poppy trilogy #2)
Year's Best Weird Fiction: Volume Two (Year's Best Weird Fiction #2)
The Bastards' Paradise (Under the Poppy trilogy #3)
Velocities

Speculative Fiction Novels (9)


2020 | fantasy, horror, short stories
(Under the Poppy trilogy #3)
2015 | alternate history, mainstream
(Under the Poppy trilogy #2)
2014 | alternate history, mainstream
(Under the Poppy trilogy #1)
2010 | alternate history, mainstream

1997 | horror, short stories

1994 | fantasy, horror

1993 | horror

1992 | horror

1991 | science fiction, horror

Comics and Anthology (1)

(Year's Best Weird Fiction #2)
2015 | horror > weird fiction, anthology

Others non-spefi books (1)


1996 | mainstream