State Tectonics, Tor.com Publishing, September 2018
Named among the best science-fiction and fantasy of 2018 by Kirkus.
Null States, Tor.com Publishing, September 2017
Infomocracy, Tor.com Publishing, June 2016
Named among the best books of 2016: Kirkus’ Best Fiction of 2016, Barnes and Noble Best Science Fiction & Fantasy of 2016, The Washington Post Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of 2016, BookRiot Best Books of 2016.
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Read the first five chapters at Tor.com
Creator and Lead Writer: Malka Older
Writers: Fran Wilde, Curtis Chen, Jacqueline Koyanagi
Years of disaster and conflict have left Tokyo split between great powers. In the city of drone-enforced borders, bodymod black markets, and desperate resistance movements, US peacekeeper Emma Higashi is assigned to partner with Tokyo Metropolitan Police Detective Miyako Koreda. Together, they must race to solve a series of murders that test their relationship and threaten to overturn the balance of global power. And amid the chaos, they each need to decide what they are willing to do for peace.
Youth. Ambition. Power. Oda no Michiko and Kris Denn have much of the first two, and crave the last. To get it, all they must do is survive.
“Chapter 5: Disruption and Continuity [excerpted]” A People’s Future of the United States, One World, 2019
“The End of the Incarnation” Who Will Speak for America?, Temple University Press, 2018
“Disaster Tourism” Twelve Tomorrows, The MIT Press, 2018
“Narrative Disorder” Fireside Fiction, 2017
“Fire Wire” Futurescapes: Cities of Empowerment, 2017
“The Black Box” WIRED, 2016
“The E-Mail Heiress” Reservoir Lit, 2016
“The Rupture” Capricious, 2016
“The Ethnographer’s Tale” an excerpt from the novel The Islanders, Bengal Lights, The Unnamed Press 2015.
“Inside” Rogue Agent, No Walls Issue 25, 2017
“Muse” Rogue Agent, Issue 19, 2016
“Alien Baby” Inkscrawl, Issue 10, 2016
“The Unseen Line: 東北” Sundog Lit, Issue 10, 2016
“War Poem” Sundog Lit, Issue 10, 2016 *Nominated for Best of the Net*
“Sonnets Google-Translated from the Japanese I” Sundog Lit, Issue 10, 2016
“Reverse Engineering” My Cruel Invention, Meerkat Press 2015
“Traveler’s Lament” Leveler, 2011
“Why I’m Pro-secession for Anyone who Wants It” PRI’s The World, 2017
“Our Other Futures” The Center For Fiction, 2017
“The Narrative Spectrum” in Fireside Fiction, 2017
“Microdemocracy is the Next Logical Step for the United States” in Ars Technica, 2016
“Thirsty for New” in People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction, Lightspeed Magazine, 2016
“Accepting Thanks” in Chasing Misery, 2014
Older, Malka. “Disaster Response as Secondary Hazard” in Disaster Research and the Second Environmental Crisis: Assessing the Challenges Ahead. Kendra, James, Knowles, Scott G., Wachtendorf, Tricia (Eds.) Springer, 2019.
Older, Malka. “Changing stakes: resilience, reconstruction, and participatory practices after the 2011 Japan tsunami” in Governing for Resilience in Vulnerable Places. Trell, Restemeyer, Bakema, van Hoven (Eds). Routledge, 2017.
Older, Malka. “Securitization of Disaster Response in the United States: The Case of Hurricane Katrina” Revue Interdiciplinaire de Travaux sur les Amériques No. 9, July 2016
Older, Malka. “Concourir dans un régime d’abondance : le cas du tsunami de 2004” Gaëlle Dakan, Trans. Faire la concurrence. Patrick Castel, Léonie Hénaut, Emmanuelle Marchal, Eds. Presses des Mines de Paris, 2016.
Older, Malka. “When Is Too Much Money Worse Than Too Little? Giving, Aid, and Impact After the Indian Ocean Tsunami of 2004” Recovery from Indian Ocean Tsunami: Ten Years Journey. Rajib Shaw, Ed. Springer, 2014.