Author: Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Childish Joy

I write a bimonthly column for Eric Flint’s Grantville Gazette. I was getting ready to write the next column, and so I reread the previous column because—y’know—don’t want to repeat myself, and realized that it’s pertinent here. The column discusses…

A Title!

After much deliberation, we have a title for the women in sf anthology that’ll come out of Baen next year. The title is…(drum roll please)…Women of Futures Past: Classic Stories. I think we went through 50 different titles before finding…

Guest Blog by Linda Nagata

Linda Nagata wrote some well-received short stories in the late 1980s, but she really caught the field’s attention with her Nanotech Succession series, which first appeared in 1995. In 2000, her novella “Goddesses” became the first story published online to…

Found Quotes 2

Discovered in my research: “If any woman believes that science fiction and fantasy publishers are closed to women, she is either gravely misinformed, or she is making excuses for her own incompetence by attributing her failure to editorial prejudice.” —Marion…

Sisters of the Revolution

Most of the women in sf anthologies were published in the 20th century. As I embarked on this project, I saw a lot of magazine work—Lightspeed’s women-only issues come to mind—but few anthologies. I didn’t realize that Ann and Jeff…