I believe making progressive public policy is an act of science fiction and takes intense creativity; that’s why this incarnation of my blog is about San José politics or TechWomen. But if you’re looking for my more traditionally published creative writing, you can find a sampling here:
- Report: “Mythcon51,” MythPrint from the Mythopoeic Society (October 2021)
- Review: “A Color Theory of Good and Evil,” Galactic Journey (October 2021)
- Review: “Questioning Boldly Going,” Galactic Journey (October 2021)
- Review: “What makes Charlie X so frightening?” Galactic Journey (September 2021)
- Poetry Book: Poems from the Garden: A pandemic year in sonnets and sloppier forms (April 2021)
- Short Story: “The Heart That Kills,” The Oakland Review (Summer 2020)
- Creative Nonfiction: “Blue Angels,” The Oakland Review (Spring 2019)
- Poetry: “Spawn,” “The Garden of Arden,” Imagoes Anthology (Spring 2019)
- Short Story: “To Free A Genie,” Geek Out! (Fall 2018)
- Poem: “The Garden of Arden,” RFD Magazine (Fall 2018, #175)
- Poem: “The Mountains We Avoid,” RFD Magazine (Fall 2018, #175)
- Poem: “Instructions to a Newly Dead Merwoman,” Hashtag Queer Anthology (Summer 2018)
- Nonfiction Essay: “Colusa County,” The Oakland Review (Spring 2018)
- Nonfiction Essay: “Biking in the Rain,” Dossier (2010).
- Poem: “Haiku” Dossier (2010).
- Nonfiction Essay: “High School Politics,” She’s Such a Geek: Women Write About Science, Technology, and Other Nerdy Stuff, ed Annalee Newitz (former editor-in-chief of Gizmodo and io9, current Cultural Editor for Ars Technica) and Hugo winner Charlie Jane Anders, (2006).
More on my tech conference presentation here.