Cal Ritterhoff is a science fiction writer from Montauk, New York. In 2019 he graduated with a degree in English from the College of William and Mary, where he also received the 2018 Tiberius Gracchus Jones prize for Nonfiction. He currently lives in Flagstaff, Arizona, and is pursuing an MFA in Fiction from Northern Arizona University. He is also a teacher, and torments his students daily with half-remembered 2010’s pop culture references. His best days are still ahead of him.

Cal Ritterhoff has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

Wanting Things

FICTION by Cal Ritterhoff in Issue 186 – March 2022

Warning: This story contains dangerous, almost radioactive levels of sincerity. Also, a sex scene between a smart house and a toaster. There are nights when she twists like a tree in the breeze. Hair falling wildly in brown curls around her shoulders, she dances in the dark kitchen, dress twirling as she spins. On those […]
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