Rich Larson was born in Galmi, Niger, has lived in Spain and Czech Republic, and currently writes from Grande Prairie, Canada. He is the author of the novels Ymir and Annex, as well as over 150 short stories -- some the best of which can be found in the collection Tomorrow Factory.
His fiction has appeared in over a dozen languages, including Polish, Italian, Romanian, and Japanese, and his translated collection La Fabrique des lendemains won the 2020 Grand Prix de L'Imaginaire. His first screen adaptation, "Ice," won the 2021 Emmy Award for Outstanding Short Form Animated Program.
Find free reads and support his work at patreon.com/richlarson.