Rachel Cordasco

Rachel Cordasco has a PhD in literary studies and currently works as a developmental editor. She also writes reviews for publications like World Literature Today and Strange Horizons and translates Italian speculative fiction. For all things related to speculative fiction in translation, visit her website: sfintranslation.com.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Magical Maps and Island Utopias: On G. Willow Wilson’s “The Bird King”
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