G. V. Anderson is a British writer from Dorset, UK. In 2017, she won the World Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction with her professional debut.
Since then, her work has been shortlisted for a British Fantasy Award, and selected for anthologies such as Best of British Science Fiction and The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror. Her short stories have been published in Strange Horizons, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Lightspeed, and elsewhere.
She is currently working on her first novel.
I’m amazed and delighted that my @fandsf sci-fi mermaid story DOWN WHERE SOUND COMES BLUNT has been shortlisted for a British Fantasy Award!! 😱
Thanks so much for reading and voting; what an incredible thing. 🧜♀️🖤https://t.co/VLdADPlZKK
— G. V. Anderson 🐝🌼 (@luna_luminarium) July 23, 2019
“It was not madness quite;
It was a fitful flickering fire,
A strange uncertain light.”
— A Prisoner In A Dungeon Deep, Anne Brontë
— G. V. Anderson 🐝🌼 (@luna_luminarium) 1 July 2019