Red at left: Annalee Newitz. Pink at right: Charlie Jane Anders. Photo credit: Sarah Deragon

Red at left: Annalee Newitz. Pink at right: Charlie Jane Anders. Photo credit: Sarah Deragon


Annalee Newitz

Annalee writes science fiction and nonfiction. They’re the author of the Lambda Award-winning novel Autonomous, and the LA Times Book Prize-nominated book Scatter, Adapt, and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction. They are a contributing opinion writer at the New York Times, and their science journalism has appeared in Slate, the New Yorker, the Washington Post, the Atlantic, New Scientist, Science Friday, and elsewhere. They’re the co-founder of io9, and an editor-at-large for Ars Technica. They were the recipient of a Knight Science Journalism Fellowship at MIT, and have a Ph.D. in English and American Studies from UC Berkeley.

Their next novel is The Future of Another Timeline, coming from Tor in September 2019. They’re also hard at work on a nonfiction book about ancient lost cities for W.W. Norton.

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Charlie Jane Anders

Charlie Jane Anders is the author of All the Birds in the Sky, which won the Nebula, Crawford and Locus awards. She also wrote a novella called Rock Manning Goes For Broke and a short story collection called Six Months, Three Days, Five Others. Her short fiction has appeared in, Boston Review, Tin House, Conjunctions, the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Wired Magazine, Slate, Asimov's Science Fiction, Lightspeed Magazine, ZYZZYVA, Catamaran Literary Review, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and tons of anthologies. Her story "Six Months, Three Days" won a Hugo Award. She hosts the long-running Writers With Drinks reading series in San Francisco.

Her next novel is The City in the Middle of the Night, which comes out in February 2019. She's also hard at work on a young-adult trilogy.

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