Mary Turzillo's 1999 Nebula-winner,"Mars Is no Place for Children" and her Analog novel, An Old-Fashioned Martian Girl, are read on the International Space Station. Her fiction publication credits range from Asimov's, Interzone, Analog, F&SF, Weird Tales, to many small press zines and anthologies, including ones edited by Ellen Datlow, Charles Sheffield, Stephen Jones and Jane Yolen. She also has a work-for-hire novelette set in the world of Philip José Farmer's Image of the Beast. Her poetry collection, Lovers & Killers, won the 2013 Elgin Award. She has been a finalist on the British Science Fiction Association, Pushcart, Stoker, Dwarf Stars and Rhysling ballots. Sweet Poison, her Dark Renaissance collaboration with Marge Simon, was a Stoker finalist and won the 2015 Elgin Award. Her novel Mars Girls, will be coming out in 2017 from Apex.