There’s a fabulous mind meld over on SF Signal today. Kristin Centorcelli gathered up a bunch of us and asked us about positive futures. So David Brin, Charles Stross, Julie Czernada, Jestse deVries, Guy Haley, Paul Weimer, Neal Asher, Stephen Euinn Cobb, Sharon Lynn Fisher, me, and Andrea of Little Red Reviewer all pitched our thoughts into the ring. That’s a pretty powerful and diverse set of people. Drop on by. I think it’s convinced me to spend much of my Thanksgiving thankfulness on the idea that the world might just become highly better. Not for free, but with effort. And once again, SF Signal demonstrates why they won the 2012 Hugo.
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.