Bibliography

Books/Collections

Get in Trouble

  1. Random House, February, 2015
  2. Canongate, Edinburgh, Scotland
  3. Seix Barrel, Spain
  4. AST, Russia
  5. Text, Australia
  6. Babel Publishers, Israel

Three Zombie Stories
Collection of, yes, three zombie stories available from the Harvard Bookstore’s On Demand book printing machine, Paige M. Gutenborg.

Pretty Monsters.
Collection of 9 stories.
World Fantasy and Locus Award finalist.
Winter 2008 IndieNext Selection
Amazon Best Teen Book of 2008

  1. Penguin Viking (young adult collection), New York, NY. October 2008.
    Penguin/Speak, New York, NY. June 2010. (With one additional story.)
  2. Recorded Books. 2009.
  3. Canongate, Edinburgh, Scotland. October 2009.
    Canongate/Walker YA edition. 2010.
  4. Text, Australia (in 2 volumes: The Wrong Grave, August 2009, and Pretty Monsters, May 2010).
  5. Newton & Compton, Italy. 2010.
  6. Grupo Leya, Brazil. 2010.
  7. Seix Barrel, Spain. October 2011.
  8. Gayatari Publishing, Russia. 2010.
  9. Hayakawa, Japan. Forthcoming.
  10. X Publishing, Sweden (in 2 volumes: Pretty Monsters – Fel grav (April 2012) and Pretty Monsters – Askungeleken (October 2012).

Magic for Beginners
Collection of 9 stories.
Salon, Village Voice, Onion, HTML Giant Book of the Decade
Time Magazine, Salon, Village Voice, San Francisco Chronicle Book of the Year
Locus Award Winner
Young Lions, Bram Stoker, and World Fantasy Finalist

  1. Small Beer Press, Northampton, MA. July 2005.
    Harcourt/Harvest, USA pb. September 2006.
    Random House, USA pb, July 2014
  2. Gayatari Publishing, Russia. March 2007.
  3. Hayakawa, Japan. August 2007.
  4. Harper Collins, UK.
  5. Argo, Czech Republic.
  6. Grup Editorial Tritonic, Romania.
  7. Verlagsgruppe Random House GmbH, Germany. February 2008.
  8. Editions Denoel, France*. May 2008.
  9. Wydawnictwo Dolnoslaskie, Poland.
  10. Woongjin Think Big Co., Korea. 2008.
  11. Grupo Leya, Brazil.
  12. Donzelli Editore, Italy. Forthcoming.
  13. Babel, Israel

Stranger Things Happen
Collection of 11 stories.
Salon Book of the Year, Village Voice Favorite
Firecracker and World Fantasy Award Nominee
La Jeune Detective won le Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire 2009

  1. Small Beer Press, Brooklyn, NY. July 2001.
  2. Hayakawa, Japan. March 2004.
  3. Donzelli Editore, Italy. May 2006.
  4. Delta Vision, Hungary. December 2006.
  5. Gayatari Publishing, Russia. March 2007.
  6. Argo, Czech Republic.
  7. Editions Denoel, France*.
  8. Babel Publishers, Israel.
  9. Woongjin Think Big Co., Korea.
  10. Subterranean Press, signed hardcover edition, October 2012

* Editions Denoel is publishing a compilation of stories from Stranger Things Happen and Magic for Beginners. The ToC is as follows: Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose, The Specialist’s Hat, Flying Lessons, Travels with the Snow Queen, Show and Marriage, Louise’s Ghost, The Girl Detective, The Faery Handbag, Stone Animals, Some Zombie Contingency Plans, Magic for Beginners, Catskin.

4 Stories, a chapbook

Small Beer Press, Brooklyn, NY. May 2000.
Collection of 4 stories.

Short Stories

“Two Houses”

  1. Shadow Show: All-New Stories in Celebration of Ray Bradbury (Sam Weller & Mort Castle, eds., Morrow) 2012
  2. Hauntings, (Ellen Datlow, ed., Tachyon) 2013

“The Valley of the Girls”

  1. Subterranean Online, Summer 2011
  2. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Vol. 6 (Jonathan Strahan, ed., Night Shade Books) 2012

“The Summer People”
O. Henry Award winner
Shirley Jackson Award winner

  1. Steampunk! An Anthology of Fantastically Rich and Strange Stories (Kelly Link & Gavin & Grant, eds.) October 2011
  2. Tin House, 49, October 2011
  3. The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2012 (Rich Horton, Prime) 2012
  4. The O. Henry Prize Stories (Laura Furman, Random House) 2013

“Secret Identity”

  1. Geektastic: Stories from the Nerd Herd (Holly Black & Cecil Castellucci, eds., Little, Brown) August 2009
  2. The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2010 (Rich Horton, ed., Prime) 2010

“The Cinderella Game”

  1. Troll’s Eye View (Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, eds. Viking) April 2009.
  2. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Vol. 4 (Jonathan Strahan, ed., Night Shade Books) 2010.
  3. The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2010 (Paula Guran, ed., Prime) October 2010

“Pretty Monsters”
Locus Award Winner
World Fantasy Award nominee

  1. Pretty Monsters 2008
  2. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Vol. 3 (Jonathan Strahan, ed., Night Shade Books) 2009.

“The Surfer”

  1. The Starry Rift (Jonathan Strahan, ed.) April 2008
  2. Pretty Monsters

Light

  1. Tin House, 33. July 2007
  2. Best American Fantasy 2008. October 2008
  3. Fantastic Women (ed. by Rob Spillman), July 2011

The Wrong Grave

  1. The Restless Dead (Deborah Noyes, ed.) July 2007
  2. Eureka (Japan, trans. by Motoyuki Shibata) March 2008
  3. Pretty Monsters
  4. The Living Dead 2 (ed. by John Joseph Adams) September 2010
  5. Three Zombie Stories July 2011
  6. Zombie Stories (J.M. Lassen, ed.) November 2011

“The Constable of Abal”

  1. The Coyote Road (Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, eds.) July 2007
  2. Pretty Monsters
  3. Nowa Fantastyka (Poland)
  4. Apex Magazine, July 2013

“The Wizards of Perfil”
Film rights sold.

  1. Firebirds Rising (Sharyn November, ed.) April 2006
  2. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year (Jonathan Strahan, ed.) March 2007
  3. Pretty Monsters
  4. The Way of the Wizard (ed. by John Joseph Adams) November 2010

Origin Story

  1. A Public Space, 1. February 2006
  2. Best American Fantasy. June 2007
  3. Excerpted on NPR.com [audio]
  4. Superheroes (Rich Horton, ed.) February 2013

“Monster”

  1. Noisy Outlaws (Eli Horowitz, ed.) October 2005
  2. Year’s Best Fantasy 6 (David Hartwell & Kathryn Cramer, eds., Tachyon) September 2006
  3. Fantasy: The Very Best of 2005 (Jonathan Strahan, ed., Locus Press) September 2006
  4. Best New Fantasy 1 (Sean Wallace, ed., Prime) November 2006
  5. Pretty Monsters
  6. Creatures! Thirty Years of Monster Stories (John Langan & Paul Tremblay, eds., Prime) November 2011

“The Great Divorce”

  1. Magic for Beginners July 2005
  2. One Story July 2005
  3. Shincho Monthly (Japan, trans. by Motoyuki Shibata) September 2005

Magic for Beginners
Nebula, Locus, and British Science Fiction Association Award Winner
Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire and Hugo Award Nominee
Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award and World Fantasy Award Finalist

  1. Magic for Beginners July 2005
  2. F&SF September 2005
  3. Best Short Novels: 2006 (Jonathan Strahan, ed., SFBC) June 2006
  4. Uuskummaa: Modernin Fantasian Antologia (Finland, trans. by Kristiina Drews) November 2006
  5. Nebula Awards Showcase 2007 (Mike Resnick, ed., Roc) March 2007
  6. Fiction (France, trans. by Lionel Davoust) February 2007
  7. Pretty Monsters
  8. Dreams in Aspamia Magazine

“Some Zombie Contingency Plans”
Locus and Bram Stoker Award Finalist

  1. Magic for Beginners July 2005
  2. Tahtivaeltaja No.4/2005, Finland January 2006
  3. The Living Dead (ed. by John Joseph Adams) September 2008
  4. PodCastle (audio), September 2010
  5. Three Zombie Stories July 2011

“Stone Animals”
Sturgeon Award shortlist

  1. Conjunctions 43 November 2004
  2. The Best American Short Stories 2006 (Michael Chabon & Katrina Kenison, eds., Houghton Mifflin) October 2005
  3. The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 16 (Stephen Jones, ed., Carroll & Graf) October 2005
  4. Magic for Beginners July 2005
  5. The Scribner Anthology of Contemporary Short Fiction (Lex Williford and Michael Martone, eds.) December 2007
  6. American Fantastic Tales (Peter Straub, ed. Library of America) 2009
  7. Excerpted on NPR.com
  8. Madras Press chapbook, February 2012

The Faery Handbag
Nebula, Locus, and Hugo Award Winner
British Science Fiction Association and World Fantasy Award Nominee

  1. The Faery Reel (Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, eds., Viking) August 2004
  2. The Year’s Best Fantasy, (Jonathan Strahan & Karen Harber, eds.) February 2005
  3. The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy for Teens (Jane Yolen & Patrick Nielsen Hayden, eds.) March 2005
  4. Magic for Beginners July 2005
  5. Bli-Panika (Hebrew) September 2005
  6. SF Magazine (Japan, translated by Motoyuki Shibata)
  7. Nebula Awards Showcase 2007 (Mike Resnick, ed., Roc) March 2007
  8. Sci-Fi Magazine (Romanian) March 2006
  9. Pretty Monsters
  10. Bloody Fabulous: Stories of Fantasy and Fashion (Ekaterina Sedia, ed. Prime) October 2012
  11. Apex Magazine, June 2014

“The Hortlak”
World Fantasy Award Nominee; HM, The Year’s Best Science Fiction 21, (Gardner Dozois, ed.)

  1. The Dark (Ellen Datlow, ed., St. Martin’s Press) October 2003
  2. The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror XVII, (Ellen Datlow, Kelly Link, & Gavin J. Grant, eds., St. Martin’s Press) August 2004
  3. Magic for Beginners July 2005
  4. SF Magazine (Japan, translated by Motoyuki Shibata) June 2006
  5. Shohaku-Sha (Japan, translated by Motoyuki Shibata) 2006
  6. Zombies: The Recent Dead (Paula Guran, ed., Prime) October 2010
  7. PodCastle (reading), April 2011
  8. Three Zombie Stories July 2011

“The Cannon”

  1. Say…What Time is It? May 2003
  2. SF Hayakawa (Japan, trans. by Yukiko Kaneko) December 2003
  3. Simulacrum May 2004
  4. Magic for Beginners July 2005

“Catskin”

  1. Tiny chapbook for Stranger Things Happen tour with Shelley Jackson May 2002
  2. Read aloud on David Garland’s WNYC show, “Spinning” October 2002
  3. McSweeney’s 10 February 2003
  4. McSweeney’s 10 Vintage edition September 2003
  5. The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror (Stephen Jones, ed.) June 2004
  6. The Year’s Best Fantasy 4 (David Hartwell, ed., Eos) June 2004http://kellylink.net/wp-admin/page.php?action=edit&post=629
  7. Magic for Beginners July 2005
  8. Tails of Wonder and Imagination (Ellen Datlow, ed., Night Shade Books) February 2010
  9. My Mother She Ate Me (Kate Bernheimer, ed., Penguin) September 2010
  10. Witches: Wicked Wild and Wonderful (Paula Guran, ed. Prime) March 2012
  11. Apocalypse Now: Poems & Prose from the End of Days (Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum & Alexander Lumans, eds., Rubber Boot Books) December 2012
  12. Lightspeed Magazine December 2012

“Lull”

  1. Conjunctions 39, The New Wave Fabulists October 2002
  2. The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror XVI (Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, eds., St. Martin’s Press) July 2003
    1. Translated and reprinted in Korea
  3. Magic for Beginners July 2005
  4. SF Magazine (Japan, translated by Motoyuki Shibata) October 2006
  5. Sympathy for the Devil (Tim Pratt, ed., Night Shade Books), August 2010

“Louise’s Ghost”
Nebula Award Winner; HM, The Year’s Best Science Fiction 19, (Gardner Dozois, ed.)

  1. Stranger Things Happen July 2001
  2. The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror XV (Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, eds., St. Martin’s Press) July 2002
  3. Nebula Award Showcase 2003 (Nancy Kress, ed., Roc) March 2003
    1. Greek edition
    2. Czech edition
  4. SF Hayakawa (Japan) March 2003
  5. Poe’s Children October 2008

Most of My Friends are Two-Thirds Water
HM, The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror XV

  1. Stranger Things Happen July 2001
  2. Fantastic Metropolis March 2002
  3. The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 13 (Stephen Jones & David Sutton, eds.) October 2002
  4. SF Hayakawa (Japan, trans. by Yukiko Kaneko) June 2003
  5. La Mano, Argentina October 2007

“Shoe and Marriage”
World Fantasy Award Nominee
HM, The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror XIV
— The Dictator’s Wife, HM, The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror XIII

Published as a work in progress as:
Miss Kansas on Judgment Day

  1. LCRW vol. 3, no. 1
  2. The Apocalypse Reader (Justin Taylor, ed.) 2007

The Dictator’s Wife (LCRW vol. 3, no. 2)
The Glass Slipper (LCRW no. 6)

  1. LCRW vol. 3, nos. 1 & 2 and no. 6, 1999/2000
  2. Stranger Things Happen July 2001

“Sea, Ship, Mountain, Sky” (with Gavin J. Grant)
HM, The Year’s Best Science Fiction 19, (Gardner Dozois, ed.)

  1. Altair, no. 6/7, Summer 2000
  2. The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror XIV (Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, eds., St. Martin’s Press) July 2001
  3. Weightless Books, 2010

“Swans”
HM, The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror XV

  1. A Wolf at the Door (Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, ed.) July 2000
    —Collected with Swan Sister as The Dark of the Woods (Aladdin) May 2006
  2. Weekly Reader (abridged) Dec. 15, 2006
  3. Fantasy Magazine, #52, July 2011
  4. Marvelous Transformations (Christine A. Jones & Jennifer Schacker)

Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose

  1. Fence, Vol. 1, No. 2 Fall/Winter 1998
  2. Vintage Book of Amnesia, (Vintage, Jonathan Lethem, ed.) August 2000
  3. 4 Stories May 2000
  4. Stranger Things Happen
  5. Juncture: 25 Very Good Stories and 12 Excellent Drawings (Lara Stapleton & Veronica Gonzalez, eds., Soft Skull) July 2001
  6. Alien Contact (Germany) November 2003
  7. Fiction (France) August 2004

“The Girl Detective”

  1. Event Horizon March 1999
  2. The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror XIII (Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, eds., St. Martin’s Press) July 2000
  3. Stranger Things Happen July 2001
  4. “We Who Have Read The Girl Detective,” a play based on “The Girl Detective” by V.F. Zialcita and staged by the Invisible Cities theater group, Olde St. Augustine Church, N. 4th New St., Philadelphia, PA. August 30 – September 9, 2001
  5. “The Girl Detective,” a play based on the story adapted and directed by Bridgette Dunlap and staged by the Ateh Theater Group at the Connelly Theater, 220 East 4th Street, New York, NY 10009. Feb. 23 – March 17, 2007
  6. Digital Domains (Ellen Datlow, ed., Prime). 2010

The Specialist’s Hat
World Fantasy Award winner

  1. Event Horizon November 1998
  2. The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror XII
    (Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, eds., St. Martin’s Press) July 1999
  3. Mammoth Book of the Best New Horror: 1999 (Stephen Jones, ed) October 1999
  4. Stranger Things Happen July 2001
  5. Crossroads (Andy Duncan & F. Brett Cox, eds., Tor) August 2004
  6. Galaktika (Hungary) November 2005
  7. Feeling Very Strange: The Slipstream Anthology (James Patrick Kelly & John Kessel, ed., Tachyon) July 2006
  8. Nowa Fantastyka (Poland) July 2006
  9. Celestial, China July 2007
  10. The Raconteur Reader (Alex Dawson, ed.) November 2007
  11. Pretty Monsters October 2008
  12. Darkness: Two Decades of Modern Horror (Ellen Datlow, ed.) April 2010
  13. Weird: A Compendium of Strange and Dark Fictions (Ann and Jeff VanderMeer, eds.) Forthcoming

Survivor’s Ball, Or, The Donner Party
HM, The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror XIII

  1. LCRW, vol.2, no. 1 summer 1998
  2. Dark Planet February 1999
  3. 4 Stories May 2000
  4. Stranger Things Happen July 2001

“Travels with the Snow Queen”
James Tiptree Jr. Award Winner
World Fantasy Award Nominee

  1. LCRW, vol.1, no. 1 winter 1996
  2. The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror, XII, (Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, eds., St. Martin’s Press) July 1999
  3. SF Hayakawa (Japan) November 2000
  4. Stranger Things Happen July 2001
  5. Gigamesh 37 (Spain) March 2004
  6. The James Tiptree Award Anthology (Karen Joy Fowler, Pat Murphy, Debbie Notkin, Jeffrey D. Smith) January 2005
  7. Excerpted on NPR.com

“Vanishing Act”

  1. Realms of Fantasy June 1996
  2. Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, (LCRW) vol.1, no. 2 summer 1997
  3. 4 Stories May 2000
  4. Stranger Things Happen July 2001
  5. Pandora, 2, Germany 2007

“Flying Lessons”

  1. Asimov’s Oct./Nov. 1995
  2. 4 Stories May 2000
  3. Stranger Things Happen July 2001
  4. “Flying Lessons” Adapted and Directed by Ariel Franklin at the Rooke Theatre, Black Box, Mount Holyoke College, Holyoke, MA November 17-19, 2005
  5. Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine: 30th Anniversary Anthology July 2007
  6. Kroki W Nieznane, Poland Forthcoming

“Water Off a Black Dog’s Back”

  1. Century No. 3 July 1995
  2. Stranger Things Happen July 2001
  3. Lightspeed Magazine, October, 2015

Juvenalia

“Dreaming January”

Surgam (Winter 1988)

Editor
World Fantasy Award (with Gavin J. Grant), 2009

Steampunk! An Anthology of Fantastically Rich and Strange Stories (with Gavin J. Grant) Candlewick Press, October 2011
Locus Award finalist

  1. Walker, UK
  2. Brilliance Audio
  3. Candlewick paperback, February 2013

The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror 2008: 21st Annual Collection (with Ellen Datlow and Gavin J. Grant) St. Martin’s Press , October 2008.
World Fantasy and Locus Award finalist

The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror 2007: 20th Annual Collection (with Ellen Datlow and Gavin J. Grant) St. Martin’s Press, October 2007.
Locus Award Finalist

The Best of Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet: Occasional Outbursts (with Gavin J. Grant) Del Rey, August 2007
Locus Award Finalist

The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror 2006: 19th Annual Collection (with Ellen Datlow and Gavin J. Grant) St. Martin’s Press, August 2006.
Locus and British Fantasy Award Finalist

The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror XVIII (with Ellen Datlow and Gavin J. Grant) St. Martin’s Press, August 2005.
Locus Award Winner

The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror XVII (with Ellen Datlow and Gavin J. Grant) St. Martin’s Press, August 2004.
Bram Stoker Award Winner
Locus and British Fantasy Award finalist

Trampoline. Small Beer Press, August 2003.
World Fantasy Award finalist

LCRW. Small Beer Press. Summer 1997 – present.

Nonfiction

“Immortality and Its Discontents”  (with Holly Black)

  1. Shadowhunters and Downworlders: A Mortal Instruments Reader (Cassandra Clare, ed.) Smart Pop, January 2013

Asbestos Pants (with Laurie J. Marks)

  1. Vector Magazine, April 2008.
  2. The WisCon Chronicles, Vol.2 (L. Timmel Duchamp, ed.)

Interview: Ysabeau S. Wilce, BookPage, 2007

Lost introduction to Drawn & Quarterly Showcase 1 featuring Kevin Huizenga, Anders Nilsen, and Nicolas Robel. 2005.

On Strange Toys by Patricia Geary.

  1. Horror: Another 100 Best Books (Stephen Jones & Kim Newman, eds.). September 2005
  2. Strange Toys, Patricia Geary (Kawade Shobo Shinsha, Japan, 2011)

A 2002 Year’s Best List. Fantastic Metropolis.

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3 Comments »

  • Greetings from Russia! I don’t know who runs this site, I was just passing by, so I’ll just inform you without saying how much I love all that Kelly Link does – I’ m looking at Kelly’s bibliography and there you have mentioned that Pretty Monsters wasn’t published in Russia yet. But I reassure you, it WAS, in 2010, and I’m holding the book in my own hand while typing this :-) it was published by the same publisher, and now completes the trilogy – here we have Magic for Beginners (black cover), Stranger Things Happen (white cover) and finally Pretty Monsters (red cover), all are in one design. Here, they all stand on my book shelf.
    Best, Irene.

    Comment | December 17, 2011
  • Hi Irene, thanks! I’ll add it to the site right away.

    Comment | December 28, 2011
  • Sally

    Hey there, I’ve been scouring the interwebz for scholarly (sigh, i know) writings on your work, Kelly, and not findin nuthin much, apart from a mention of a paper given at a conference to mark the 30th anniversary of The Bloody Chamber in 2004. Got any finger-pointings for me? I’m writing a paper looking at a few contemporary shapeshifter tales, you know, where humans turn into animals and vice versa and stuff.
    Cheers,
    Sally

    Comment | July 27, 2012

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