Kameron Hurley is the author of The Geek Feminist Revolution, the God's War Trilogy, and the Worldbreaker Saga. She has won the Hugo Award twice, and been shortlisted for the Arthur C. Clarke Award and Nebula Award.
Kameron Hurley is an award-winning author and advertising copywriter. Hurley grew up in Washington State, and has lived in Fairbanks, Alaska; Durban, South Africa; and Chicago. She has a degree in historical studies from the University of Alaska and a Master's in History from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, specializing in the history of South African resistance movements. Her essay on the history of women in conflict "We Have Always Fought" was the first article to ever win a Hugo Award. It was also nominated for Best Non-Fiction work by the British Fantasy Society.
Hurley is the author of God's War, Infidel, and Rapture, a science-fantasy noir series which earned her the Sydney J. Bounds Award for Best Newcomer and the Kitschy Award for Best Debut Novel. Her Worldbreaker Saga series is comprised of the novels The Mirror Empire(2014), Empire Ascendant(2015), and The Broken Heavens (April 2017). Her first space opera, The Stars are Legion, will be published from Simon and Schuster's Saga imprint in October 2016. She has won the Hugo Award twice, and been a finalist for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, Nebula Award, the Locus Award and the BSFA Award for Best Novel. Additionally, her work has been included on the Tiptree Award Honor List and been nominated for the Gemmell Morningstar Award.
Hurley's short fiction has appeared in magazines such as Popular Science Magazine, Lightspeed, Vice Magazine's Terraform, EscapePod, and Strange Horizons, as well as anthologies such as The Lowest Heaven, The Mammoth Book of SF Stories by Women,Year's Best SF and Meeting Infinity. Her work has been translated into Romanian, Swedish, German, Hebrew, Chinese, Spanish and Russian. She is also a graduate of Clarion West. Her nonfiction has appeared in The Atlantic, and she writes a regular column for Locus Magazine. A collection of her essays The Geek Feminist Revolution, will be out from Tor Books in May 2016.
In addition to her writing, Hurley has been a Stollee guest lecturer at Buena Vista University and taught copywriting at the School of Advertising Art. Hurley currently lives in Ohio, where she's cultivating an urban homestead.