Charlie Jane Anders is the former editor-in-chief of io9.com, the extraordinarily popular Gawker Media site devoted to science fiction and fantasy. Her debut novel, the mainstream “Choir Boy,” won the 2006 Lambda Literary Award and was shortlisted for the Edmund White Award. Her Tor.com story, “Six Months, Three Days,” won the 2013 Hugo Award and was subsequently picked up for development into a NBC television series. She has also had fiction published by McSweeney’s, Lightspeed and ZYZZYVA. Her journalism has appeared in Salon, the Wall Street Journal, Mother Jones and many other outlets. Her most recent novel, “All the Birds in the Sky,” won the 2017 Nebula Award for Best Novel.
News and Reviews:
Tor authors Charlie Jane Anders and Annalee Newitz talk science, magic, and storytelling (Nerdist)
27 female authors who rule sci-fi and fantasy right now (Entertainment Weekly)
io9 co-founder Charlie Jane Anders wins Best Novel at this year’s Nebula Awards (io9)
“All the Birds” overturns sci-fi and fantasy, gently (NPR)