Welcome. This is the author page for me, Harmony Neal. I am a storytelling, intersectional feminist witch who’s been working triple time to decolonize themself, their stories, their teaching, and their website. I’m not so great with web design, so it’s a process. This website is a reflection of me and my journey as a person, a reader, and writer, and is also a space where I’m amplifying other voices I wish more people would hear amidst the din of the usual voices saying the usual awful and incorrect things. I welcome any and all feedback!
Friends! You want to read The Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells, starting with All Systems Red. Here’s the back blurb: “In a corporate-dominated spacefaring future, planetary missions must be approved and supplied by the Company. Exploratory teams are accompanied by Company-supplied security androids, for their own safety. “But in a society where contracts are awarded … Continue reading Recommended Reading: The Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells
Fuck Neoliberalism… And Then Some! by Simon Springer is a short pamphlet that is currently free to download. Get a brief overview of how hierarchies destroy us and the planet and how we have the power to enact networks of mutual aid and cooperation where we do everything different. I highly recommend reading Springer’s brief … Continue reading Recommended Reading: Fuck Neoliberalism… And Then Some! by Simon Springer
This story is available in WSQ’s Together Issue out from Feminist Press. Much love to everyone at Feminist Press & WSQ for letting me post this story now, when we really need it. This story is the direct result of funding from the 2018 Minnesota Artist Initiative grant I was awarded to develop new models … Continue reading My Original Fiction: Dear Reader
“The Triplets” originally appeared in Shadows & Tall Trees, Vol. 7 (March 2017) The Triplets Their mothers had been careful to conceive the girls under the same blue moon. Kaylee’s mother had heard from her sister-in-law, who had heard from her tennis partner, who had heard from her hairdresser that there was an old Chinese or … Continue reading My Original Fiction: The Triplets