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The Curious Evolution of Jennifer K. Oliver

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Created on 2010-09-02 18:40:26 (#569684), last updated 2017-03-23 (30 weeks ago)

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Name:Jennifer K. Oliver
I'm a graphic designer, web designer, and speculative fiction writer based in the UK. My blog posts are usually about design or writing, with a smattering of everyday life thrown into the mix. I also post about TV, movies, gaming and shoes.

If you're looking for something specific, check out the tags. I'm friendly and open to visitors, so please do come and say hi if you want!

I sometimes blog at Storyslingers.

My graphic design and web design portfolio is J. Oliver Designs. I'm particularly interested in designing for fellow writers and creative types, so drop me a line if you're interested.

Available Short Fiction

"The Machinists' Boy," in Youth Imagination Magazine, August 2016. Science fiction horror about two young boys crash landed on a wasteland planet who find out they are not alone. 4,200 words.

"Shuffle," in Kaleidotrope, June 2015. Post-apocalyptic horror about a dead thing that reclaims its life and realises perhaps death is better. 3,300 words.

"Death Car Alley," in Jersey Devil Press issue 27, February 2012. Speculative, dark fantasy with hints of a monster-apocalypse and a dash of tongue-in-cheek. 3,900 words.

"Dust City," (forthcoming) from Darwin's Evolutions, TBA. Dark, urban fantasy, with elements of mild horror. Includes stunning cover art by Karl A. Nordman. 10,900 words.

Micro Fiction

"The Clockmaker's Heart," @Nanoism, December 2012. Bittersweet and steampunky, in 140 characters.

"Robogrrrl," @onefortyfiction, March 2012. Sci-fi, light-hearted.

"Grey Matter," @onefortyfiction, August 2011. Twitter fic. Contains zombies.

"The Thinning," in 50 Word Stories, December 2012. Ghost story.

"Patio," @trapezemag, October 2011. Tongue-in-cheek horror.

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