Rebecca Campbell is a Canadian writer of weird speculative fiction. Her work has appeared in magazines and anthologies, including many that promise to collect the year’s best science fiction or fantasy. Her story, “The Fourth Trimester is the Strangest,” won the Sunburst award for short fiction in 2020. In 2021, her novelette “An Important Failure” won the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award. In 2022 she published two novellas, THE TALOSITE (Undertow Publications) and ARBOREALITY (Stelliform Press). ARBOREALITY was nominated for the Philip K. Dick Award and won the 2023 Ursula K. Le Guin Prize. Her next book will be a collection of short fiction from Stelliform Press, in autumn 2025. She’s at work on a novel that explores memory, early computer networks, and climate change.

Transatlantic is also thrilled to announce that German translation rights to ARBOREALITY have sold to Hannes Riffel at Carcosa in association with Leonie Kress at Liepman Agency, and English audio rights have sold to Tantor Media. 

ARBOREALITY is an astonishing speculative cli-fi novella illuminating the intimate, interconnected moments that can unite us through dramatic global upheavals, and hold the power to echo through the generations.

Rebecca is represented by Evan Brown.

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