Janet Harriett is a writer and editor, random crafter, and lover of all things penguin. She had some crazy times as the senior editor of Apex Publications.

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"To Roam the Universe, Forgotten and Free" (in Weirdbook 35, available at Wildside Press, Amazon, and B&N) — She remains chained to the mortal world until she can free herself from the memory of the one compelling her to haunt him.

"What Goes Up Must Come Down" (in You, Human, published by Dark Regions Press; available at Amazon and B&N) — She engineered a way to have a future despite her malfunctioning body. Then she lived long enough to see it.

"Zucchini Season" (in Weirdbook 31; available at Wildside Press, Amazon, and B&N) — Most dying wishes are outside of Death's control. Most.

"The Repostory of All Our Potential" (in Not Our Kind: Tales of (Not) Belonging, published by Alliteration Ink; available at Alliteration Ink, Amazon, and B&N) — Interstellar space is vast and empty and boring; accidents happen. The crew of Ambassador named theirs Gaia, after a planet that she is tired of pretending is her home.

"Dawn of the Living Machines" (in Ravenwood: Stepson of Mystery, Volume 2, published by Airship 27; out of print) - Was the robot stolen, or did it run away? A sci-fi-tinged mystery in the old pulp style, featuring Ravenwood.



"Somewhere Between the Mundane and the Miraculous" (With Gary A. Braunbeck) — Chiral Mad 4 Introduction

Rebuttal contributor to For Exposure: The Life and Times of a Small Press Publisher by Jason Sizemore, published by Apex Book Company. Available at Amazon, B&N, and Apex Book Company.