:: FEATURED RELEASES ::
:: NEWS ::
June 2021: At Breaking the Glass Slipper there’s a new podcast interview with me about revenge.
June 2021: The Literary Tarot Kickstarter is live! I’m tickled to announce that I’ve been invited by the nonprofit, Brink Literacy, to participate in a project pairing tarot cards with literary characters who embody the meaning of the arcana. My card is the Queen of Swords (Quills), paired with Grendel’s mother from Beowulf. You can read more about the project here.
September 2020: NPR Morning Edition chatted with me about my participation in the Fahrenheit 451 Read-a-Thon. You can listen to it here.
September 2020: Tachyon is publishing my first short-story collection: The Tangleroot Palace (June 2021). Sana Takeda, my collaborator on Monstress, created the gorgeous cover.
August 2020: I had the great honor of participating in a Read-a-Thon of Fahrenheit 451, in celebration of Ray Bradbury. Neil Gaiman, William Shatner, and many other lent their voices to this project. You can listen to it until September 5th.
August 2020: The entire Dirk & Steele series is now available on Audible!
July 2020: A podcast interview with the team at Straylight Literary Magazine.
June 2019: The Hero We Need – an essay published in Lithub about Keanu Reeves: “I don’t have a Keanu story. Not that kind. But I have a story adjacent to Keanu, maybe the same kind of story a lot of us have, and it starts with a Paula Abdul music video from 1991.”
:: ABOUT THE AUTHOR ::
Marjorie Liu is an attorney and New York Times bestselling novelist and comic book writer. Her work at Marvel includes X-23, Black Widow, Han Solo, Dark Wolverine and Astonishing X-Men, for which she was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award for outstanding media images of the LGBTQ community. She is also the co-creator of Monstress from Image Comics, which has won multiple Hugo Awards, British Fantasy Awards, the Harvey Award, and five Eisner Awards, making Liu the first-ever woman (and woman of color) to win an Eisner in the Best Writer category. She teaches comic book writing at MIT. (read more)