Kameron Hurley is a SFF author perhaps most widely know for her Hugo-winning essay “We Have Always Fought: Challenging the ‘Women, Cattle and Slaves’ Narrative” and for treating her characters more brutally than George R.R. Martin and Joe Abercrombie combined. She writes both science fiction and fantasy and her bibliography includes the bugpunk trilogy The Bel Dame Apocrypha, fantasy series Worldbreaker Saga and the forthcoming space opera The Stars Are Legion.
She has also recently published The Geek Feminist Revolution, a collection of essays about feminism, fantasy, science fiction and geek culture.
We have always fought
Where Have All the Women Gone? Reclaiming the Future of Fiction
Historical Worldbuilding: A Conversation with Kameron Hurley and Ken Liu
I Don’t Care About Your MFA: On Writing vs. Storytelling