"Fascinatingly weird." —Mandelo at Work
About the Author
KJ Kabza walks among you. He eavesdrops on what you say, notices how you say it, and deduces what makes you tick. He likes your je ne sais quoi. He put some of it in a character once.
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KJ Kabza began selling short fiction in 2002, while earning his B.A. in Creative Writing from Antioch College. Since then, he has sold over 60 stories to places such as F&SF, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Daily Science Fiction, THE YEAR'S BEST DARK FANTASY AND HORROR 2014, THE BEST HORROR OF THE YEAR, VOLUME SIX, and more. His work has been called, "Intelligent and sublime—a powerful combination" (Tangent), "Fascinating, unique, imaginative" (SFRevu), and "Worthy of Edgar Allan Poe" (SFcrowsnest). Sign up for his mailing list to receive news and alerts on newly-released fiction or follow him on Twitter.
Once in a Blue Muse - "The Valley of Short Fiction" - November 2014
Skiffy and Fanty Show blog - "My Superpower" - October 2014
Forbidden Fiction - on my story "Heart of Brass" - January 2017
Fantasy Scroll Magazine - (general profile) - April 2014 Smashwords - (general profile) - September 2013 Life of a Dude in Publishing - (general profile) - June 2013 F&SF blog - on my story "The Ramshead Algorithm" - August 2011 New Myths - (general profile) - March 2011
What's the preferred orthography of your first name?
"KJ" and not "K. J." However, a lifetime of listening to mutilations of my last name ("Kazba? Kibbiz? Kabaz? Kabaza? Kadla? Kazaa? Kizba? Kazaba? Kabzaa?") has prepared me for the inevitability of people getting it wrong, sometimes.
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