Tina S. Zhu
Tina Zhu is a writer of (mostly) speculative fiction based in California and is a member of Codex Writers' Group. She is a book reviewer for Strange Horizons, a Fiction Reader for Split Lip Magazine, and a First Reader for Flash Fiction Online. When she’s not hiding in the pages of a book, she can be found on Twitter at @tinaszhu.
Her newsletter/blog, with mostly reading updates and occasional writing ones, is http://thebookcave.substack.com.
July 7 - Lost Balloon (Forthcoming)
Dumpster Diving Triptych - The Fabulist (Forthcoming)
Four Self-Care Secrets for a Long and Happy Life - Lightspeed (Forthcoming)
A Rose for Jun - Frivolous Comma (Forthcoming)
Kabuki Masks - The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts (Forthcoming)
Chinese School Cinderella - Pidgeonholes
Before she flew away, she was one of us in Chinese school.
The One Where Our Neighborhood Demon Twirled His Sign by the Red Light - Bullshit Lit
We spotted our neighborhood demon while driving to Santa Monica for our tenth high school reunion.
How I ________ Your Mother - The /temz/ Review
I was traveling through a dangerous ________ when I came across a ________ defended by an angry, treacherous ________.
Inbox (4783) - Twin Pies Literary
My past online selves keep sending me emails.
QED - X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine
I know what everyone’s saying, but I was not scammed by a psychic.
Recipe - Fireside Magazine
Makes one reluctant vampire hunter.- Reviewed by Aigner Loren Wilson in Tor Nightfire
The Long Way Home - Cossmass Infinities
Dearest Ying, I’m in San Francisco, on the exact block you live on—just a few decades too early.
2022 in Review: Part Three - Strange Horizons
Review of Real Sugar is Hard to Find by Sim Kern - Strange Horizons
Who’s Telling the Truth? Uncovering History in Nghi Vo’s When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain - Tor.com
Review of Lesser-Known Monsters of the 21st Century by Kim Fu - Strange Horizons