Wren Wallis is a writer of speculative fiction who lives in eastern Massachusetts. Her short fiction has appeared in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Daily Science Fiction, Lackington’s, and the Alliteration Ink anthology No Shit, There I Was. She is a member of Codex and a 2016 graduate of the Viable Paradise writing workshop.
She is currently at work on a novel set in the Marethi Ordinary of the Two Rivers world, the setting for her stories “After Burning” and “The Red Cord” (both in Beneath Ceaseless Skies). The novel mashes up many of her favorite subjects, including the legend of Prester John, Joan of Arc, the Tunguska event, Cossacks, Nephilim, medieval heresies, badass women, and tea.
Other interests include (but are not limited to): MMOs and persistent synthetic worlds, crosswords and other sorts of puzzles, medieval mysticism and sainthood, dead languages, invented languages, languages generally, distance running, knitting, plagues, space, cooking, and having more time.