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Annalee Newitz is a science journalist and author. Their novel Autonomous won the Lambda Literary Award, and their nonfiction book Four Lost Cities: A Secret History of the Urban Age was a national bestseller. The Washington Post called their latest novel, The Terraformers, “a dazzling look at the distant future.” They are also the co-host of the Hugo Award-winning podcast Our Opinions Are Correct. With a focus on the social and political implications of technological change, Newitz has become one of the leading voices in contemporary science fiction.
Becky Chambers is a Hugo-Award winning science fiction author of the Wayfarers series and the Monk and Robot novellas. Her writing is characterized by a deep empathy for her characters and a keen sensitivity to the ways in which our relationships with others shape who we are. Through her novels, Chambers has crafted richly imagined worlds that challenge our assumptions about gender, race, and sexuality, and explore the possibilities and perils of technological progress.
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