Katherine Crighton is a genre writer with over 20 years of experience in SF/F publishing. They have, among other things, read slush for Tor Books, written reviews for Publishers Weekly, and worked as a production editor of environmental nonfiction and STEM textbooks.
Their first book was Salt and Silver (Tor, 2009), coauthored with Anna Genoese under the pseudonym Anna Katherine, and they are currently writing an interactive-fiction Regency romance for Heart's Choice, an imprint of Choice of Games. Their short fiction has been published by Apex Magazine, Lightspeed Magazine, Nightmare Magazine, Strange Horizons, and a variety of other markets; their most recent work is "DEMON FIGHTER SUCKS," in Apex Magazine (May, 2021).
They are one fourth of the sibling cabal behind the No Story Is Sacred podcast, where they take apart and put stories back together again. As of October 2020, they are also a full, active member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA).
They spend their days working for Worcester Polytechnic Institute's Robotics Engineering department (with very many robots). For a full bibliography, visit www.katherinecrighton.com; they can be reached there or via twitter @c_katherine.