Although Cassandra primarily writes speculative fiction, she also sometimes writes poetry, essays, and reviews. Updates forthcoming about novels, but a select list of other projects appears below.
“Grass Fire.” Kettle Blue Review.
“The First Jews of San Antonio.” Forthcoming in 2019, 30 Poems for the Tricentennial.
“Notes on a Modern Cinderella.” concīs.
“Dirge for Pronghorns Poisoned in the Harsh Winter.” Cirque, p. 77.
- A Map of Belonging: China Mieville’s The City & the City
- Humor and Moralizing in The Wasp Factory by Iain Banks
- The Role of the Outsider in Min Jin Lee’s Pachinko
- The Beasts of Kenzaburo Oe’s Nip the Buds, Shoot the Kids
- Loving the Stranger Beside You: Han Kang’s The Vegetarian
- From the Ghosts’ Point of View: A Brief History of Seven Killings
- Disgust and Tenderness in Garth Greenwell’s What Belongs to You
- Louise Erdrich’s Literary Children
- Iconography of a Disaster: Svetlana Alexievich’s Voice from Chernobyl