José Pablo Iriarte

José Pablo Iriarte is a Cuban-American writer and teacher who lives in Central Florida. Their fiction can be found in magazines such as Uncanny, Lightspeed, Strange Horizons, and others, and has been reprinted in numerous Year’s Best anthologies. Their novelette, “The Substance of My Lives, the Accidents of Our Births,” was a Nebula Award Finalist for 2018 and longlisted for the Otherwise (Tiptree) Award, while their short story “Proof by Induction” is a finalist for both the Nebula and Hugo awards for 2021. José is on the board of directors of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and their longer work is represented by the Donald Maass Literary Agency. Learn more at www.labyrinthrat.com, or follow José on Twitter @labyrinthrat.

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