Miss Karami’s Academy for Time-Warping Ladies is now available in Spanish translation at El Nombre del Mundo es Cuento.
I have a new story out in Kaleidotrope this month: Miss Karami’s Academy For Time-Warping Ladies. It’s a fantasy of manners involving twins, time travel, and tons of mischief.
Ryksa and I are not quite identical twins. That’s how I got caught doubling myself—warping time in a manner that was, as Mother phrased it, “unbecoming for a lady in proper Society.”
“Remember, Remember” is an historical tale of time travel hijinx. Normally, we write time travel tales about modern people going back in time to change the past (or historical people coming forward to the present and finding it vastly superior), but why wouldn’t someone from the 17th century want to use time travel the same way we would – to change history for the better?
And if anyone had good cause to try to change her own past, it was Elizabeth Stuart, Winter Queen of Bohemia…
UPDATE: This story is currently available to read for free at http://factorfourmag.com/remember-remember-by-kat-otis/
My newest story, “Letters from Goodyear,” a tale of time travel gone awry, is out from Daily Science Fiction.