Diane Turnshek is an astronomer who’s been published in Analog and elsewhere. She served as Eastern Regional Director and ran the 2007 Nebulas in NYC.
In 2049, nobody can have kids. Well, almost nobody. And nobody knows why. So I’m a real rarity. A real girl. Most kids are just robots. Good enough to fool the maternal instinct. Good enough to stop the riots. Good enough to play with. Sometimes.
Alma Alexander is a novelist, anthologist and short story writer who currently shares her life between the Pacific
Northwest of the USA (where she lives with her husband and a cat) and the wonderful fantasy worlds of her own imagination.