Published September 16, 2014
Kathryn Cramer is the editor of the Hieroglyph Project, an effort by Arizona State University's Center for Science and the Imagination inspired by Neal Stephenson. She is a writer, critic, and anthologist, including the Year's Best Fantasy and Year's Best Science Fiction anthologies, and serves on the board of The New York Review Of Science Fiction. Her story, "Am I Free To Go?", was published by Tor in 2012. She previously worked as a consultant for L.W. Currey, Inc., an antiquarian bookseller, and for Wolfram Research, a mathematical software company. A bibliography of her work can be found on the Internet Speculative Fiction Database. She first visited with us on episode 105 - Hieroglyphs Of The Future (published 9/16/2014).