In 2013, Stephen Graham Jones will have published thirteen books in the last thirteen years. His short fiction has appeared in Cemetary Dance, Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, Weird Tales, and a variety of best-of-the-year compilations. He has been an NEA Fellow, a Texas Writers League Fellow, and has won the Texas Institute of Letters Award for Fiction and the Independent Publishers Multicultural Award. Jones earned a PhD from Florida State University and currently teaches at University of Boulder, Colorado.
“If you could somehow live off light, cut it up on your plate and put a fork it in, that’s what I would want to do, I think. Not because it would taste good or be filling, but because a little girl, watching her father do that, she wouldn’t say anything, would just watch, her eyes wide with wonder, and she would never forget for however long she’d live. Which would maybe be forever.”