Kij Johnson is an author, editor, and publishing production manager.
Her latest novel, Fudoki, has been nominated for the World Fantasy Award. She's the author of The Fox
Woman, a fantasy novel set in Heian-era Japan, and Dragon's Honor, a Star Trek: The Next Generation novel cowritten with Greg Cox.
Her short stories have appeared in major science fiction magazines and in her collection Tales for the Long Rains. Her short story, "Fox Magic," won the Sturgeon Award for best short story of 1993, and she was also the winner of the 2001 IAFA-Crawford Award for best new fantasist. Since 1996, she has been one of the final judges for the Sturgeon Awards, along with Gunn and Frederik Pohl. She lives in Lawrence, Kansas with writer Chris McKitterick, a dog (Sid), a cat, a frog, four motorcycles and three cars.
Learn more at Kij Johnson's website.