Jordan Kurella

Jordan Kurella is a trans and disabled author who has lived all over the world (including Moscow and Manhattan). In his past lives, he was a photographer, radio DJ, and social worker. His work can be found in Apex, Glitter + Ashes, and Strange Horizons. His novella, I NEVER LIKED YOU ANYWAY, and his short story collection, WHEN I WAS LOST, are both expected in 2022. Jordan lives in Ohio with his perfect service dog and perfectly serviceable cat.

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