Endria Richardson is a queer Black and Malay person taking her time and writing stories about ghosts, race, rocks, and the prison industrial system. She holds a JD from Stanford, but is doing her best to retire from lawyering. You can find her wonder-ing among the redwoods on Ohlone land in Oakland, California, and you can find more of her work at FIYAH, Anathema, and forthcoming in Fireside Magazine.


Endria Isa Richardson has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

The Field Tiger

FICTION by Endria Isa Richardson in Issue 175 – April 2021

They held Memorial fifty-six at midday in August, while the sun beat like a hammer in the hard, pale sky. The mourners stood. They had removed the broad-brimmed hats, which might have offered relief, out of respect. Sweat dripped from the uncovered foreheads, into the stoic, animal eyes. The dust-covered bandanas, wrapped around the face […]