Karen Burnham is a physicist and electrical engineer working in the aerospace industry, and a book reviewer and critic on the side. Her writing has appeared in the New York Review of Science Fiction, Locus, Cascadia Subduction Zone, and Strange Horizons. In 2012 she was nominated for the British Science Fiction Award for Best Non-Fiction. Her book on the science fiction of Greg Egan is now available, published by the University of Illinois Press. She lives near Denver, Colorado.
Empire, Empathy, and Identity
MORE THAN ANYTHING, Dr. Andrea Hairston’s collection from Aqueduct Press reflects the force and influence of narrative, even cheesy narratives. ...