Barbara Krasnoff is the author of the new short story collection/mosaic novel The History of Soul 2065, just released by Mythic Delirium Books. It includes the 2016 Nebula finalist short story "Sabbath Wine," which originally appeared in Clockwork Phoenix 5 (Allen, ed.), and was featured as a podcast on Kaleidocast.
Her stories have appeared in the anthologies Memories and Visions (Sturgis, ed.), Such A Pretty Face (Martindale, ed.), Escape Velocity: The Anthology (Nelder and Blevins, eds.), Descended From Darkness (Sizemore and Ainsworth, eds.), Clockwork Phoenix 2 (Allen, ed.), Crossed Genres: Year Two (Holt, Jennings, and Leib, eds.), Broken Time Blues (Holt and Gates, eds.), Subversion (Leib, ed.), Fat Girl in a Strange Land (Holt and Leib, eds.), Menial (Jennings and Darrach, eds.), Clockwork Phoenix 4 (Allen, ed.) and Resist Fascism (Leib and Holt, eds.). Her stories have also appeared in the publications Amazing Stories, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, Descant, Weird Tales, Sybil's Garage, Escape Velocity, Behind the Wainscot, Doorways, Apex, Electric Velocipede, Space and Time, Crossed Genres, Atomic Avarice, Cosmos, Voluted Dreams, Triptych Tales, Perihelion, Abyss & Apex, and Andromeda Spaceways Magazine.
Barbara is also the author of a YA non-fiction book, Robots: Reel to Real (Arco, 1982), and is currently Reviews Editor for The Verge. Every weekday morning, she investigates what the animals and objects in our world are really thinking in her daily Backstories series on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (#theirbackstories). She is a member of the NYC writers group Tabula Rasa, lives in Brooklyn, NY, with her partner Jim Freund, and can be reached via her website Brooklynwriter.com; her Twitter handle is @barbk.