Writer & Editor of Speculative Fiction
Aleksandra Hill is a Polish-Canadian writer of stories, including fantasy, sci-fi, and horror. She won the Grand Prize in the 2019 Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards for her short story, “A Life Measured in Moons.” Her work has been published by, or is forthcoming in, Analog, Writer’s Digest, Uncharted, and others. An alumna of Odyssey Writing Workshop, Aleksandra is pursuing an MFA in fiction and non-fiction at the New School. She is also the founder and editor-in-chief of khōréō, a new magazine of speculative fiction by immigrant and diaspora writers.
In her previous life, Aleksandra earned a Ph.D. in Computational Biology at Columbia University, where she also completed a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and English Literature. She currently lives in New York City and is perpetually in need of more bookshelves.