Marian Womack is a writer and a PhD student at the Anglia Ruskin Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy. Her writing is concerned with loss, nostalgia, and nature, and her research explores the connections between the weird and ecological fiction. She works as a teaching librarian for Cambridge University and co-runs a small press. Marian has published translations and fiction in both Spanish and English in a variety of venues.
Strange Details Accrete: Marian Womack’s Weird Tales of Slow Catastrophe
In Marian Womack’s collection “Lost Objects,” climatic change is not figured as dramatic upheaval, but slow creep....