Margaret Ronald is the author of Spiral Hunt, Wild Hunt, and Soul Hunt, as well as a number of short stories. Originally from rural Indiana, she now lives outside Boston.

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Margaret Ronald has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

And Then, One Day, the Air was Full of Voices

FICTION by Margaret Ronald in Issue 117 – June 2016

It’s near the end of the first day of the conference when Randall shows up. I’m in the middle of the “End of a Zeitgeist” panel, waiting for one of the other panelists to wind up an interminable digression about SETI, when I see him at the back of the room, checking his glass. I […]

Sunlight Society

FICTION by Margaret Ronald in Issue 66 – March 2012

When the Fourth Street biolab went up, I didn’t think of Casey right away. I was working in the far side of the complex, which meant I was one of about four hundred people who got to see the entire dome rise up off its foundations, rotate counterclockwise ninety degrees, and shoot up into the […]

When the Gentlemen Go By

FICTION by Margaret Ronald in Issue 22 – July 2008

It wasn’t a sound that woke her this time, nor the soft slow lights that came dancing through the curtains. She thought in that first wakening haze that it might be a scent, like the “bad air” her mother had talked about, creeping in to announce their presence. Then full wakefulness and knowledge struck her, […]
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