José Pablo Iriarte is the author of nearly three dozen professionally published short stories. Their work has appeared in periodicals such as Uncanny Magazine, Lightspeed Magazine, and Strange Horizons, and has been reprinted in various Year's Best compilations. Their novelette "The Substance of My Lives, the Accidents of Our Births" was a Nebula Award finalist in 2018 and longlisted for the Otherwise Award. Their short story "Life in Stone, Glass, and Plastic," won first place in the 2016 Strange Horizons Readers' Poll. Their most recent publication is "Proof by Induction," in the May-June 2021 issue of Uncanny Magazine. José is a member of SFWA, SCBWI, the Florida Writers Association, and the Codex Writers Group, and currently serves as Director at Large for Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Their novel-length fiction is represented by the Donald Maass Literary Agency. When not writing, José is a high school mathematics teacher. José lives in EPCOT— Ahem, in Celebration, Florida, with their spouse Lisa, a published novelist in her own right, along with two dogs and up to two daughters, depending on what college semester it is and whether or not laundry needs doing.