Siri Paulson loves nothing more than mixing up genres to see what will happen. She also wears the hats of non-fiction editor by day and chief editor of micro-publisher Turtleduck Press by night. Her other passion is contra (folk) dancing. Thankfully, her long-suffering spouse is good at keeping himself occupied. After growing up in Alberta, Canada, she moved to Toronto and achieved her lifelong dream of buying an old house, dubbed the TARDIS because it's bigger on the inside. Other lifelong dreams include publishing novels (one and counting), travelling the world (so far, so good), and becoming an astronaut (still waiting on that one).
Siri's latest release is two short stories (one steampunk-Gothic-in-space and one Thai-inspired fantasy) in The Best of Turtleduck Press, Volume II. Her first novel, City of Hope and Ruin, a queer fantasy co-written with Kit Campbell, is also available through Turtleduck Press. She has also published short fiction and edited several anthologies, which can be found on her Turtleduck Press bio. More of her short SF&F fiction has been published in the 2017 "A Holiday to Remember" collection from Mischief Corner Books, in the e-zine Daily Science Fiction, and in Queer Sci Fi's flash fiction anthologies Migration and Renewal.