Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women (Omnium Gatherum Media), Anthology, 2020
BIO: Geneve Flynn is a speculative fiction editor from Australia. She has two psychology degrees, and only uses them for nefarious purposes.
Her horror short stories have been published in various markets, including Flame Tree Publishing, Things in the Well, and the Tales to Terrify podcast. Along with author and editor Lee Murray, Geneve co-edited Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women, an anthology of Southeast Asian horror. The anthology has been listed on Tor Nightfire’s Works of Feminist Horror, and Locus magazine’s 2020 Recommended Reading List.
She was also on the editing team with Aiki Flinthart and Lauren Elise Daniels for Relics, Wrecks, and Ruins, a speculative fiction anthology which features authors such as Neil Gaiman, Ken Liu, and Mary Robinette Kowal. The anthology is in support of the Flinthart Writing Residency with the Queensland Writers Centre.
Geneve loves tales that unsettle, all things writerly, and B-grade action movies. If that sounds like you, check out her website at www.geneveflynn.com.au.