Theodore McCombs in conversation with Sanjena Sathian
Please join us on Zoom for a virtual event with Theodore McCombs, who will read from and talk about his new short stories, Uranians, with Sanjena Sathian. "McCombs draws worlds--past, present, and future--in which capitalism-assisted technologies and patriarchy-induced paranormalities have taken control, rendering us unrecognizable to one another. These are extraordinary tales of anti-heroes in post-apocalyptic and macabre landscapes who must battle systems to find their liberation and in the process illuminate our own. McCombs has written an absorbing and thought-provoking debut collection." --Alejandro Varela
Theodore McCombs's stories have appeared in Guernica, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, and the anthology Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy. McCombs is a graduate of UCSD, UC Berkeley School of Law, and the Clarion Writers Workshop. He lives in San Diego with his partner and their surly old cat and practices environmental law, with a focus on climate change.
Sanjena Sathian is the author of the critically acclaimed novel Gold Diggers, which was named a Top 10 Best Book of 2021 by the Washington Post, a Best Book of 2021 by NPR and Electric Literature, longlisted for the Center for Fiction’s First Novel Prize, and it won Georgia’s 2023 Townsend Prize for Fiction. She is working on the TV adaptation with Mindy Kaling’s production company, Kaling International. She’s a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop and currently teaches fiction at Emory University in Atlanta.