Brooke Wonders writes fiction that thinks it’s true and memoir that thinks it’s fabulism. Despite these oxymora, her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from Monkeybicycle, Daily Science Fiction, and Brevity: A Journal of Concise Nonfiction, among others. She is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Illinois at Chicago. A graduate of Clarion UCSD 2011, she shares an urban shoebox with fellow writer and partner in crime James Will Brady.


Brooke Wonders has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

Everything Must Go

FICTION by Brooke Wonders in Issue 74 – November 2012

Split-level ranch-style home features a spacious and private fenced backyard with a covered deck and small dog run. The blue-gray house at 1414 Linden Dr. is afraid of the dark. The foreclosure crisis hit its neighborhood hard, and in house after house, lights wink out and never turn back on. The house at 1414 waits […]
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