Thanks to Cat Rambo for asking me excellent questions in an interview over on the Science Fictions Writers of America Site. I don’t actually see Cat nearly as often as I like, but by coincidence we met for coffee yesterday, and I got to pick her brain to add to a guest post I did for SF Signal (the post is scheduled to come out on Thursday). I also get to do a podcast for/with SF Signal on Thursday. I’ll post more details on that when I learn any, or you can catch info @brendacooper on Twitter.
Speaking of podcasts, I listened to a great Robert Reed story over at Clarkesworld yesterday called “The Cull” narrated by Kate Baker. Sometimes you just know you are in the hands of a master storyteller. More proof, IMHO, that Clarkesworld deserved the Hugo they just took home. Congratulations to Neil Clarke and Sean Wallace.
I am a writer, public speaker, and a futurist. I’m interested in how new technologies might change us and our world, particularly for the better.
I’m excited about my most recent book series, a duology called “Ruby’s Song” which includes the books The Creative Fire and The Diamond Deep, both published by Pyr. I’m also doing a non-fiction blog series, Backing into Eden, which comes out roughly twice a month and explores ways to care for the world, now and in the future.