Darja attended Clarion West in 2004 and has fiction and poetry appearing in TEL: Stories, Mythic Delirium, and elsewhere.  She is pursuing a Ph.D. in English at Indiana University, studying postmodern and speculative literature.  When she is not teaching undergraduates or editing articles for Strange Horizons, she looks after a high-maintenance goblin masquerading as a black cat.

Darja Malcolm-Clarke has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

The Beacon

FICTION by Darja Malcolm-Clarke in Issue 11 – August 2007

My children are dying. I learn this as the airship SS Arthanthropia eases past the lighthouse towards the Khalreg Cumulesce and the docks hidden behind. I am watching from the lighthouse gallery when it happens: dancing like aurora over the cloud-churning paddlewheels, the beacon’s blue-green light falters. It means only one thing. I quit the […]