Pauline Chow is a speculative fiction writer. She explores the inaudible parts of history and disgruntled characters. Her works are inspired by her experiences as a legal aid attorney, data scientist in tech, and trudging through the wilderness for the next best climb. Her first love was with books.
I am currently editing and querying a horror novel, Not Everyone Can be Saved. In the book, Rhee must severe the attachments with a shadow by the end of Chinese American Ghost Month or more of her loved ones will die. Readers of Alma Katsu’s The Fervor and Grady Hendrix’s My Best Friend’s Exorcism will enjoy the themes and pacing of this story.