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About Diana M. Pho

Diana M. Pho has always had a deep-seated love for writing science fiction & fantasy ever since she wrote her first Animorphs fanfic years ago as a teenager. She has dual degrees in English & Russian Literature and Culture from Mount Holyoke College. In the steampunk community, she also moonlights as Ay-leen the Peacemaker, speaking about steampunk and social issues at various conventions across the United States, and runs the multicultural steampunk blog Beyond Victoriana. Her non-fiction writing has appeared on science fiction and pop culture blogs such as Racialicious, Tor.com and Steampunk Magazine, and the books Steampunk Reloaded II and Fashion Talks: Undressing the Power of Style (forthcoming, SUNY Press). She currently lives and works in New York City.

Analog Science Fiction and Fact April 2011

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Asimov’s Science Fiction February 2011

Sci-fi shorts, I admit, are not my best subject, but I took the reviewer position to familiarize myself more with today’s up and coming science fiction authors. Asimov’s Science Fiction is one of the leading science fiction magazines in the … Continue reading

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