Bibliography (My Published Stories)

My debut novel, Elatsoe, is coming FALL 2020!!!

AAAA The cover of Elatsoe has been REVEALED! View the full cover and an excerpt from chapter 3 at Tor!


Preorder Elatsoe: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, IndieBound


Nick Thomas at Levine Querido has acquired a debut novel by Darcie Little Badger (l.), Elatsoe, a ghostly YA set in a contemporary America shaped by the ancestral magics and knowledge of its Indigenous and immigrant peoples. When Elatsoe's beloved older cousin dies under mysterious circumstances, Elatsoe must track down his murderer in a town none too willing to give up its dark secrets. The book will be illustrated by Rovina Cai, illustrator of And the Ocean Was Our Sky; publication is set for fall 2020. Michael Curry at Donald Maass Literary Agency represented the author and sold world rights in a preempt; the artist was unagented.

Comic Series!

STRANGELANDS (published by Humanoids) 


Description: “Opposites attract? Elakshi and Adam Land aren’t married. In fact, a month ago, they were perfect strangers, dwelling in lands foreign to one another. But now, they’re forced to remain by one another’s side, for their separation could mean the planet’s demise. Their greatest challenge is to stay together — even if they have to tear the world apart to do so.”

Behold: strange short fiction by DLB!

  1. Story for a Bottle” (Upcoming)
  2. Unlike Most Tides” in Drabblecast 425 (2020) Listen/read online here!
  3. Litmus Flowers” in Moonshot: The Indigenous Comics Collection, Volume Three
  4. “Grace” and “Homecoming” (Take the Mic: Fictional Stories of Everyday Resistance, ed. Bethany C. Morrow, Scholastic).
  5. Robo-Liopleurodon!” ROBOT DINOSAURS (2018)!!! Read online here!
  6. Kelsey and the Burdened Breath” New Suns. Check it out!
  7. The Whalebone Parrot” in The Dark Magazine (October 2017). Read online here!
  8. Worst Bargain in Town” in Moonshot: The Indigenous Comics Collection, Volume Two. Check it out!
  9. Owl vs. The Neighborhood Watch”  in Strange Horizons (2017). Read online here!
  10. “The Famine King” in Mythic Delirium 3.3 (2017) Warning: Horror! Read online here!
  11. “Black, Their Regalia” in Lightspeed Magazine’s POC Destroy Fantasy! (2016) Read online here! SIPPY AWARD WINNER! 😀
  12. “Skinwalker, Fast-Talker” in No Sh!t, There I Was, an anthology of short speculative fiction. (2017) Goodreads page!
  13. “Their Laughing Gale” in Spirit’s Tincture Inaugural Issue (2016)
  14. “Né łe!” in Love Beyond Body, Space, and Time (2016) – Order anthology here!
  15. “When Whales Fall” The Colored Lens (2016) – Read online here
  16. “The Girl Turns West” Mirror Dance Magazine (2015)
  17. “The Sea Under Texas” Quantum Fairy Tales Issue #11 (2015) –
  18. “Nkásht íí” in Strange Horizons (2014) – Read online here, or listen to the podcast!
  19. “Siren Song” in Dark Eclipse #34 (2014)
  20. “First Ride of the Day” in Vignettes from the End of the World (2013)
  21. To Sleep in Fiction 365 (2012) – Read online here!

Behold: Nonfiction by DLB!

  1. When Danger is Announced (Nightmare Magazine, August 2019)
  2. Decolonizing Science Fiction And Imagining Futures: An Indigenous Futurisms Roundtable In Strange Horizons (Issue 30, January 2017) with Rebecca Roanhorse, Elizabeth LaPensee, and Johnnie Jae
  3.  Writer’s Manifesto: Interview With Darcie Little Badger In Cicada Magazine (July/August 2017)
  4. HopefulBright to the Rescue!: A Review of Arigon Starr’s Super Indian In Fantastic Stories of the Imagination (POC Take Over FSI, 2017, edited by Nisi Shawl).

5 thoughts on “Bibliography (My Published Stories)

  1. * Bogi Takács » Campbell award recommendations 2015

  2. Strange Horizons - Decolonizing Science Fiction And Imagining Futures: An Indigenous Futurisms Roundtable By: Rebecca Roanhorse, By: Darcie Little Badger, By: Elizabeth LaPensee, By: Johnnie Jae

  3. Hi Darcy just read some of your fabulous stories as I lay in bed waiting for the temperature to drop so I can sleep ( its 30 Celsius here in Townsville). Indea sent me links to them and I found them to be so fresh and genuine and filled with wonderful imagery. Thank you Robbi (Indea’s mum)

  4. REVIEW: August 8, 2018 | Elliott Baye

  5. Indigenous People’s Day in the USA – Crystal Huff

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