Amanda Downum. Her Necromancer Chronicles do brilliant things with necromancy, moving away from it as a "dark" magical art, and making her heroine, Isyllt, a magic forensic pathologist of sorts. Part spy, part investigator, all awesome. Start with The Drowning City.
Stina Leicht. Her two Fey and the Fallen are lyrical and poetic yet STILL hit like a hammer to the chest. Fair warning, the third chapter of Of Blood and Honey is rough, but it isn't pulling any punches. And I'm deeply looking forward to her space opera gender-flipped Magnificent Seven coming out next year, Persephone Station.
Rowenna Miller. My co-host for Worldbuilding for Masochists has two books out so far in her Unraveled Kingdom series: Torn and Fray, and I highly recommend you get those and delight in them.
That's all from me: I've got miles to cover and words to mine. See you out there.