About Linda Nagata

Linda Nagata is the author of many novels and short stories including the far-future novel Memory, a finalist for the John W. Campbell Memorial award, the novella “Goddesses,” the first online publication to receive a Nebula award, and the story "Nahiku West," a finalist for the 2013 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award. Though best known for science fiction, she writes fantasy too, exemplified by her “scoundrel lit” series Stories of the Puzzle Lands. Her newest novel is The Last Good Man, a near-future military thriller.


By Linda Nagata (cross-posted from Hahví.net) Over on twitter, Alma Alexander asks “What are the words that you’d banish from the Oxford English Dictionary?” The links lead on to an article on words that people would like to see dropped … Continue reading