Short stories by Alyssa Wong

Alyssa Wong writes fiction, comics, and games. Her stories have won the Nebula Award, the World Fantasy Award, and the Locus Award. She was a finalist for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, and her fiction has been shortlisted for the Hugo, Bram Stoker, and Shirley Jackson Awards. Her comics credits include Marvel, Star Wars, and Adventure Time. She has also written for Overwatch, and Story and Franchise Development at Blizzard Entertainment.
Alyssa lives in California and can be found on Twitter as @crashwong. Alyssa’s work is represented by DongWon Song at the Howard Morhaim Literary Agency. Queries related to rights and potential projects should be directed to them.

Listing 4 stories.

After her sister dies, an actress in New York uses her supernatural powers to manipulate time and try to save her sister, but each attempt causes uncontrollable side effects that threaten to destroy the world.

Ruriko visits robot versions of her former bandmates, who are kept in a sex hotel. Through talking with them, she revisits the day all of them died, leaving her the sole survivor.

A woman who is able to read people's minds feeds on people's ugly thoughts and craves the taste of horrible, despicable people. After meeting others who also feed on thoughts, the woman tries unsuccessfully to protect a woman she has fallen in love with from becoming a victim.

On a days-long fishing trip with her father and his crew, a 15-year-old girl learns her mother’s secret identity from a mermaid caught in the ship’s nets. After discovering the truth, she must fight to keep her and her sisters safe.