A humorous, sci-fi tale from the award-winning author of All the Birds in the Sky, Charlie Jane Anders's "The Fermi Paradox," a Tor.com Original
Jon and Toku travel the universe suspended in Interdream, only waking up to check up on certain business ventures. Simple. Until one of the business ventures, something called "Earth," objects.
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About the Author
Charlie Jane Anders is an American journalist, editor, and fiction writer. Her science fiction has appeared in Strange Horizons, in Rudy Rucker's webzine Flurb, and in Rich Horton's Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2009. Her novel Choir Boy (Soft Skull, 2005) won a Lambda Literary Award in 2005. Her journalism and other writing has appeared in, among other venues, Salon, the Bay Guardian, the New York Press, Mother Jones, McSweeney's, and the Wall Street Journal. With Annalee Newitz, she edited the anthology She's Such a Geek: Women Write about Science, Technology, and Other Nerdy Stuff (Seal Press, 2006). She lives in the San Francisco Bay area, where she is the managing editor of the science fiction website io9.
Charlie Jane Anders is the author of All the Birds in the Sky, which won the Nebula, Locus and Crawford awards and was on Time Magazine's list of the 10 best novels of 2016. Her Tor.com story "Six Months, Three Days" won a Hugo Award and appears in the short story collection called Six Months, Three Days, Five Others. Her short fiction has appeared in Tor.com, Wired Magazine, Slate, Tin House, Conjunctions, Boston Review, Asimov's Science Fiction, The Magazine of Fantasy&Science Fiction, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, ZYZZYVA, and several anthologies. She was a founding editor of io9.com, a site about science fiction, science and futurism, and she organizes the monthly Writers With Drinks reading series. Her first novel, Choir Boy, won a Lambda Literary Award.