I'm a computational linguist whose short fiction has appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, including Analog, Strange Horizons, and Fantasy Magazine. Right now I'm developing a game for Choice of Games where you play as a cyborg whose mind is copied from interstellar outlaw Ypsilanti Rowe's—and whose attempts to get a much-needed replacement part are thwarted by Ypsilanti's many, many enemies. And exes. Don't forget the exes. (Want to read a novelette set in the same universe? Salvage ran in Giganotosaurus, and you can read it online for free.)
My story "Starship Down" won the Analytical Laboratory Award for best short story appearing in Analog, and my story "The Seal of Sulaymaan" was a Million Writers Award Notable Story. Several of my other stories have been Honorable Mentions in Gardner Dozois's annual Year's Best anthologies.