Aliya Whiteley

Aliya Whiteley

Aliya Whiteley writes across many different genres and lengths. Her first published full-length novels, Three Things About Me and Light Reading, were comic crime adventures. Her 2014 SF-horror novella The Beauty was shortlisted for the James Tiptree and Shirley Jackson awards. The following historical-SF novella, The Arrival of Missives, was a finalist for the Campbell Memorial Award, and her noir novel The Loosening Skin was shortlisted for the Arthur C Clarke Award.

She has written over one hundred published short stories that have appeared in Interzone, Black Static, Strange Horizons, The Dark, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and The Guardian, as well as in anthologies such as Unsung Stories’ 2084 and Lonely Planet’s Better than Fiction.

She also writes a regular non-fiction column for Interzone.

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Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee March 02, 2020
Book Covers
Mean Mode Median
Three Things about Me
Light Reading
Witchcraft in the Harem
The Beauty
Skein Island
The Arrival of Missives
The Loosening Skin
Skyward Inn7.34
From the Neck Up8.66

Speculative Fiction Novels (10)

2021 | science fiction, fantasy, horror > weird fiction, short stories

2021 | science fiction

2020 | science fiction

2018 | science fiction, weird fiction

2016 | science fiction

2015 | science fiction, horror > weird fiction

2014 | science fiction, horror > weird fiction, dark fantasy

2013 | science fiction, fantasy, horror, short stories

2006 | science fiction, mainstream

2004 | science fiction, mainstream

Others non-spefi books (1)

2008 | mystery