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).