Jerome Stueart is a writer of science fiction, fantasy, and memoir. He is a Milton Center fellow, Lambda Literary Workshop for Emerging LGBT Voices fellow, and graduate of the Clarion Writers Workshop, San Diego. Jerome’s work has appeared in Fantasy, Strange Horizons, Geist, Queers Destroy Science Fiction (from Lightspeed), On Spec, Joyland, Geez, Queerwolf, Evolve, as well as three of the Tesseracts anthology series of Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy and was a runner up to the Fountain Award. He was the co-editor of Tesseracts 18: Wrestling with Gods—a collection of scifi/fantasy stories where characters wrestle with faith—as well as Imaginarium 4, with Sandra Kasturi. He has written 5 radio series for CBC North, one of which, Leaving America, was heard round the world on Radio Canada International. His sketches of his train trip across Canada can be found in Geist in 2015. His collection of stories, The Angels of Our Better Beasts, was published in 2016, and his first novel, One Nation Under Gods, will be published soon by ChiZine Publications. He is a dual citizen of Canada and the U.S.
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“[E]asily one of the best collections by a single author I have ever read.”
“Throughout the book, I appreciated Stueart’s dry, often dark, situational humor, and his skillful, sympathetic characterizations. The stories were remarkably varied, more so than I typically find with single-author short story collections. Some Christian readers will be uncomfortable with some of the material; but if you didn’t think anything in the Mysterion anthology went too far, you’re unlikely to feel overly alarmed by anything here (the reverse is probably true as well). And, although few of the selections deal explicitly with Christian or Biblical themes, those that do make Stueart an author well worth following for those interested in contemporary speculative fiction in this area.”
—Kristin Janz, Mysterion