Jess Barber lives in Cambridge, MA, where she spends her days (and sometimes nights) building open-source electronics. She is a graduate of the 2015 Clarion Writing Workshop, and her work has recently appeared in Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, and The Year's Best Science Fiction.

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Jess Barber has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

Pan-Humanism: Hope and Pragmatics

FICTION by Jess Barber and Sara Saab in Issue 132 – September 2017

1: THE MOST HALLOWED OF OUR SPACES Amir Tarabi is scrubbing himself down in the misting rooms the first time he meets Mani Rizk. The mister in Beirut-4 is being upgraded, the zone’s residents using Beirut-3’s misting rooms on rotation, so it is especially crowded that day. Amir avoids making eye contact with the bathers […]
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