K. C. Alexander
K. C. Alexander
taking on the world one bullshit rule at a time


When outright murder just isn't enough


Street thug Riko has some serious issues—memories wiped, reputation tanked, girlfriend turned into a tech-fueled zombie. And the only people who can help are the mercenaries who think she screwed them over...


Being a mercenary isn't all it's cracked up to be. Especially when Riko's hard-won reputation has taken a hard dive into fucked. Now she's fair game for every Tom, Dick and Blow looking to score some cred...

Mass Effect: Nexus Uprising

the krogan still can't catch a break

Jason M. Hough and K. C. Alexander collaborate on this tie-in novel that leads readers right up to the start of the game. Relatively spoiler-free, flexible enough to be read before or after gameplay, Nexus Uprising adds detail and subtle ripples throughout Andromeda's galaxy.

They slept for hundreds of years, dreaming of a new home in the Andromeda Galaxy. When finally they awake, their dreams of peace are shattered. These colonists—turian, salarian, asari, human, and more—face an uncharted galaxy and threats beyond understanding. The Nexus is the core from which the colonists will explore their new home. Yet even before the arks arrive, the massive space station sustains critical damage...

Short Stories & Anthologies

And With the Lamps We Are Multitudes of Light //   art by Likhain

And With the Lamps We Are Multitudes of Light // art by Likhain

We Are Not Your Backstories

Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction/Uncanny Magazine

Destroy. That’s the brief of this issue. Destroy science fiction. Why? Because disabled people have been discarded from the narrative, cured, rejected, villainized. We’ve been given few options for our imaginations to run wild within the parameters of an endless sky.

This issue destroys those narratives and more.

Elsa Sjunneson-Henry & Dominik Parisien

A continuation of the Destroy series in which disabled members of the science fiction community put ourselves where we belong: at the center of the story.

We Are Not Your Backstories is K. C. Alexander's personal accounting of growing up bipolar without a hero. Poignant and angry, this is a call to action.


Four Tons Too Late


Frank Mooney gave up everything for his service—his wife, his freedom, his humanity. A tale about transhumanism, and the forgotten souls sacrificed along the way... 

art by  Galen Dara  for  Fireside Fiction/Four Tons Too Late

art by Galen Dara for Fireside Fiction/Four Tons Too Late