Sunny Moraine is—among many other things—the author of the novella Your Shadow Half Remains (Tor Nightfire, 2024). Their debut short fiction collection Singing With All My Skin and Bone was released in 2016 (Undertow Publications) and their short stories have been published in, Uncanny, Apex, Clarkesworld, Strange Horizons, Shimmer, Lightspeed, and Nightmare. Their story “A Heap of Broken Images” was reprinted in The Year’s Best Science Fiction 31 (2014, Gardner Dozois ed; St. Martin's Griffin), and “Event Horizon” was reprinted in The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror 2014 (Paula Guran ed; Prime Books). “So Sharp That Blood Must Flow” reappeared in Year’s Best Weird Fiction Vol. 2 (2015, Kathe Koja and Michael Kelly eds; Undertow) They have been featured in the anthologies Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History (2014, Rose Fox and Daniel José Older, eds; Crossed Genres) and Looming Low Vol. 1 (2017, Justin Steele and Sam Cowan, eds; Dim Shores). An occasional podcaster/narrator/voice actor, they are the writer, producer, and narrator of the serial horror drama podcast Gone, which wrapped up its first season in January 2018 and released a second season in 2022. They also worked on the writing team of the dark fantasy audio series The Shadow Files of Morgan Knox (Realm, 2021). They have written very many words of fanfiction, most particularly for the shows Harsh Realm and The Walking Dead, as well as the Dishonored game series. These can be read on Archive of Our Own, under the pseudonym "dynamicsymmetry". Sunny holds a PhD in sociology from the University of Maryland-College Park, and their doctoral dissertation focused on the philosophy of physical space and systematized dehumanization in the context of three specific Holocaust death camps. It’s always interesting when this comes up at social occasions.