Auston Habershaw is a science fiction and fantasy author whose stories have been published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Galaxy’s Edge, Analog, and other places. The Far Far Better Thing, the fourth and final book in his fantasy series The Saga of the Redeemed, released in March of this year from Harper Voyager. He lives and works in Boston, MA and spends his days teaching composition and writing to college students. Find him on his website at aahabershaw.com or on Goodreads, Amazon, or Twitter at @AustonHab.
In addition to The Far Far Better Thing, he is the author of the novels The Oldest Trick (Harper Voyager, 2016), No Good Deed (Harper Voyager, 2016), and Dead But Once (Harper Voyager, 2018). His short stories includ “Mercy, Killer” in Analog Science Fiction and Fact (November 2014), “A Revolutionary’s Guide to Practical Conjuration” in L Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future, Vol 31 (May 2015; Winner, Writers of the Future Award, 1st Quarter 2014, 2nd Place), “Adaptation and Predation” in Escape Pod (December 2015), “Lord of the Cul-de-sac” in Galaxy’s Edge (May 2016; included in Best of Galaxy’s Edge 2015-2017 anthology), “The Day It All Went Sideways” in Time Travel Tales (November 2016), “The Masochist’s Assistant” in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (July 2017), “A Crystal Dipped in Dreams” in Analog Science Fiction and Fact (July 2018), and “Applied Linguistics” Analog Science Fiction and Fact (January 2019).