About

Natania Barron is a word tinkerer with a lifelong love of the fantastic. She has a penchant for the speculative, and has written tales of invisible soul-eating birds, giant cephalopod goddesses, gunslinger girls, and killer kudzu, just to name a few. Her work has appeared in Weird Tales, EscapePod, Steampunk Tales, Crossed Genres, Bull Spec, and various anthologies.  She is also the founder of The Outer Alliance, a group dedicated to queer advocacy in speculative fiction. Her debut novel, Pilgrim of the Sky, released in December 2011 from Candlemark & Gleam. In addition, Natania is a founding editor and creative and web director at GeekMom.
When not venturing in imagined worlds, she can be found in North Carolina, where she lives with her family. Her website is http://www.nataniabarron.com and you can follow her babblings on Twitter: http://twitter.com/nataniabarron

Natania holds a BA in English/Writing from Loyola University Maryland and an MA in English with a concentration in medieval literature from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In her spare time she cooks, bakes, drinks coffee, crochets, plays music, and enjoys nature.

Published Short Fiction:

Novels:

Non-Fiction: 

Free Fiction

10 Comments on “About

  1. Hey, my name is also Netania! Any advice for this writer? I know what I want to write about but I can’t find the right words to say

    • Just get things roughly on paper, expand ideas and with time just revise and improve them.
      If you keep a white page in front of you for too long, it will intimidate you. I believe it’s called a writer’s block.

      If you’re writing on a computer, I recommend http://docs.google.com/ – it’s really awesome, easy to use, keeps revisions, safe as you won’t lose your data if your hdd crashes or so and you can even use it offline (with google gears enabled, the green arrow on the upper right), oh and free! You also don’t have to install the app and you can write from any computer, even share the document with people or work in collaboration.

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