Nalo's publications

PARTIAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

In Progress/Development

  • Novel, working title Once (under contract, Grand Central Publishing)
  • Young adult novel Taint (under contract, Simon & Schuster)
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    Forthcoming, 2008/2009

  • Novel Blackheart Man, Grand Central Publishing (formerly Warner Books), NY, USA.

  • 2007

  • Novel The New Moon's Arms, Warner Books, NY, USA.
  • Audiobook The New Moon's Arms, BBC Audiobooks USA. Narrated by Gin Hammond.
  • Essay “Genderquerulous,” in anthology First Person Queer, eds. Lawrence Schimel and Richard Labonté, Arsenal Pulp Press, Canada.
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    2006

  • Short story collection “Skin Folk” produced by Leonie Forbes and released as an audiobook from Caribbean Tales, Toronto, Ont. Canada.
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    2005

  • Short story “Blackberries,” in Wanderlust: Erotic Travel Tales, ed. Carole Taylor. Plume, USA.
  • Fiction anthology Tesseracts Nine, co-edited with Geoff Ryman; from Edge Press, Canada.
  • Short story “Men Sell Not Such in Any Town,” in “Nature” Journal, U.K.
  • Short story “Snow Day,” in audio, for CBC Radio, Canada Reads.
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    2004

  • Fiction anthology So Long Been Dreaming: Postcolonial Visions of the Future, co-edited with Uppinder Mehan, Emerson College, MA.; from Arsenal Pulp Press, Canada
  • Short story "The Smile on the Face," in anthology Girls Who Bite Back: Witches, Mutants, Slayers and Freaks, ed. Emily Pohl-Weary; from Sumach Press, Canada
  • Radio fiction anthology "Six Impossible Things," for Richardson's Round-up, CBC Radio, Canada (curator/editor)
  • Short story “Message in a Bottle,” in anthology Futureways, published by New York’s Whitney Museum and Canada's Arsenal Pulp Press; ed, Glen Rubsamen
  • Essay “Sometimes it Might be True,” in “Foundation” Journal, Summer 2004, U.K.
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    2003

  • Novel The Salt Roads, from Warner Books, USA (November 2003)
  • Fiction anthology Mojo: Conjure Stories (editor) from Warner Aspect Books, USA
  • Short story "Whose Upward Flight I Love” reprinted in digital journal "Horizon Zero," issue 7, Feb/Mar. 2003 (Banff, Alberta, Canada)
  • “Looking for Clues,” Wiscon Guest of Honour Speech, in “Extrapolation” Journal, March 2003, U.S.
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    2002

  • Polish translation of novel Midnight Robber, Zysk I S-Ka Press, Poland.
  • Polish translation of novel Brown Girl in the Ring, Zysk i S-Ka Press, Poland.
  • Short story "Delicious Monster," in anthology Queer Fear II, ed. Michael Rowe. From Arsenal Pulp Press, Canada.
  • Short story "Shift," in journal "Conjunctions: the New Wave Fabulists." Bard College, USA.
  • Short story "Herbal," in The Bakkanthology, ed. John Rose. From Bakka Books, Canada.
  • Novel Ladrona de Medianoche (Spanish translation of novel Midnight Robber) from Factoria des Ideas, Spain.
  • Finnish translation of short story "Greedy Choke Puppy," in "Tähtivaeltaja" Magazine, Finland.
  • Short story “Ganger (Ball Lightning)” reprinted in Best American Erotica 2002, Touchstone, USA; ed. Susie Bright.
  • Biography of writer Terence M. Green, in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 251: Canadian Fantasy and Science-Fiction Writers, ed. Douglas Ivison. Bruccoli, Clark, Layman, USA.
  • Excerpt from novel Griffonne, in journal "Macomère," USA.
  • Excerpt from novel Griffonne, in anthology Bent on Writing: Contemporary Queer Tales, ed. Elizabeth Ruth. From Women's Press, Canada.
  • Commentary: "Science Fiction and the World," in Nebula Awards Showcase 2002, ed. Kim Stanley Robinson. From ROC Books, USA.
  • Short story "Whose Upward Flight I Love," reprinted in African Voices, USA, ed. Sheree R. Thomas.
  • "Making the Impossible Possible:" an Interview with Nalo Hopkinson, conducted by Alondra Nelson, in "Social Text," Summer 2002, Afrofuturism issue, ed. Alondra Nelson. From Duke University Press, USA.
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    2001

  • Short story collection Skin Folk, Warner Aspect Books: December 2001.
  • Short story "Midnight Robber" (excerpt from novel) reprinted in Young Bloods: Stories from "Exile" 1972-2001, Exile Editions, Canada. Edited by Barry Callaghan.
  • La Ronde des Esprits (French translation of novel Brown Girl in the Ring), from Éditions J’ai Lu, France.
  • Excerpt from novel Griffonne, in “Obsidian III—Catch Afire: New Jamaican Writing,” Vol. 2 No. 2, Fall/Winter 2000-2001.
  • Unabridged audiocassette recording of novel Brown Girl in the Ring, From Recorded Books, Inc.
  • Short story “Greedy Choke Puppy” reprinted in Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling.
  • Short story “Greedy Choke Puppy” reprinted in Year’s Best Fantasy, ed. David Hartwell.
  • Short story "Slow Cold Chick" reprinted in Wild Things Live Here: The Best of Northern Frights, ed. Don Hutchison. Mosaic Press, Canada.
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    2000

  • Novel Midnight Robber, Warner Books, U.S.A.: March 2000. In second printing. New York Times Notable Book of the Year.
  • Whispers From the Cotton Tree Root: Caribbean Fabulist Fiction (editor). Invisible Cities Press, Vermont, USA. One of the "Best Books of 2000", voted on by the Vermont Book Professionals' Association.
  • Short story "The Glass Bottle Trick" in anthology Whispers From the Cotton Tree Root: Caribbean Fabulist Fiction (editor Nalo Hopkinson). Invisible Cities Press, Vermont, USA.
  • Short stories "Greedy Choke Puppy" and "Ganger: Ball Lightning" in anthology Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction From the African Diaspora, Sheree R. Thomas, ed. Warner Books, USA.
  • "Greedy Choke Puppy," audioplay version, full production for Seeing Ear Theatre by Brian Smith: http://www.scifi.com/set/playhouse/puppy/
  • Short story "Riding the Red" produced by CBC Radio. Performed by author to original score by William Sperandei. http://www.davidbraid.com/sperandei.html Producer Barbara Worthy. Radio play "Indicator Species" broadcast on "Outlook," CBC Radio. Producer Glen Sinclair.
  • "Red Rider" (Nation language version of "Riding the Red") a monologue for the stage, in anthology Tellin' It Like It Is, a chapbook of monologues by Africanadian playwrights published by the Playwrights' Union of Canada.
  • "Bitter," a monologue commissioned for the stage by the Toronto World Stage Festival, read at event "Kabaret Erotica" by actor Sandi Ross.
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    1999

  • Short story "Slow Cold Chick" in anthology Northern Frights 5, ed. Don Hutchison. Mosaic Press, Canada.
  • Short story "A Habit of Waste," in anthology Women of Other Worlds: Excursions through science fiction and feminism, eds. Helen Merrick & Tess Williams. UWA Press, University of Western Australia.
  • Short story "A Habit of Waste," in anthology Northern Suns, eds. David Hartwell & Glenn Grant. Tor, U.S.A.
  • Short story "Precious" in anthology Silver Birch, Blood Moon, Avon Eos Press, U.S.A. Eds. Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling.
  • Author reading excerpt from Brown Girl in the Ring, digital broadcast in Real Audio on Seeing Ear Theatre: http://www.scifi.com/set/readings/hopkinson/index.html
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    1998

  • Short story "Slow Cold Chick," commissioned for and broadcast on CBC Radio One's Festival of Fiction, May & August 1998. Producer Ann Jansen, performer Karen Robinson.
  • Novel Brown Girl in the Ring, Warner Aspect Books, July 1998. In 5th printing.
  • Untitled article on science fiction writing and government support of the arts in Sep/Oct. "Culture" issue of "This" magazine.
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    1997

  • Short story "Money Tree" in anthology Tesseracts 6, eds. Robert Sawyer & Carolyn Clink, Tesseract Books, Canada.
  • Short story "Riding the Red" in anthology Black Swan, White Raven, eds Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, Avon/Nova Publishers, U.S.A.
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    1996

  • Short story "A Habit of Waste," Fireweed Magazine, Toronto, Late Spring 1996 issue (Volume 53).
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    1995

  • Short story "Midnight Robber" in Exile Magazine, Toronto (vol. 18 #4).
  • "Dropping Science: Black Science Fiction in the 90's;" article in summer edition of Possibilitiis Magazine, Ottawa, Canada.
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