Ari Goelman has published about a dozen short stories, most recently in Strange Horizons, Daily SF, and Fantasy Magazine. He is a past winner of the Writers of the Future competition, and a graduate of the Clarion West writers workshop. Publisher’s Weekly has described his work as “outstanding” and “lovingly constructed,” while The Harvard Crimson has described him as a master of “sci-fi, fairies, and the urban ghetto.” His latest short stories are forthcoming in Shimmer Magazine and Daily SF.
His academic work has been published in the Journal of Architecture, Planning and Research as well as Environment and Planning A, and has been covered in places as diverse as the Brookings Institute and The New York Times. He lives in Vancouver with his family and the rain.
His first novel, The Path of Names, is scheduled to be published by Arthur A. Levine in June, 2013.