Christine Sandquist

MRK in The Washington Post: If space is the future, that future needs to include everyone.

Long, long ago, years ago, perhaps decades ago, in the distant past of 2019… I was given the opportunity to opportunity to write an opinion piece for The Washington Post. It was a chance for me to highlight some of the challenges faced by women in space. Many of these challenges are institutional and rooted …

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Where to (Virtually) Find Mary Robinette in April

As you may have guessed, all of my events will continue to be online for the time being. I have two writing dates, an Ask An Expert interview with Katie Mack, and a class on how to structure a heist coming up this month for my Patreon Supporters. I hope to see you there!

Tor.com Reviews THE RELENTLESS MOON

While past Lady Astronaut novels have explored the political challenges of resettling the human race, The Relentless Moon best embodies these obstacles in the tenacious Nicole, who would rather be showing people how to float-walk in zero-G but instead squeezes herself into high heels and grounds herself with Earth’s gravity in order to meet her peers where …

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Where to (Virtually) Find Mary Robinette in March

As you may have guessed, all of my events will continue to be online for the time being. I have two writing dates, an Ask An Expert interview with Katie Mack, and a class on how to structure a heist coming up this month for my Patreon Supporters. I hope to see you there!

The New York Times Reviews THE CALCULATING STARS

If you’ve followed my writing career even slightly, it’s almost certain that you’re familiar with THE CALCULATING STARS. Last month, it was featured at Tor.com in an article by Sylvain Neuvel as part of post focused on alternative histories, WWII, and the space race.

Hugo Award Eligibility

In the circular way time tends to move these days, Hugo Award nomination season has once again come upon us. I am perhaps a little late with this announcement – but given said circular nature of time and this year in particular, these kinds of things happen. I’m here now! I’m announcing it now! And …

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Updates on THE SPARE MAN, a Sort-Of Social Media Hiatus, and a New Assistant!

In good news, The Spare Man is coming along well. There’s a completed draft and I’m in edits right now. Hurrah! In bad news, this means that I actually need to buckle down and edit – which further means that I will be taking a brief hiatus from social media. However, in one MORE speck …

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Locus Magazine Reviews THE RELENTLESS MOON

If you’ve followed my writing career even slightly, it’s almost certain that you’re familiar with THE CALCULATING STARS. Last month, it was featured at Tor.com in an article by Sylvain Neuvel as part of post focused on alternative histories, WWII, and the space race.

Tor.com Reviews THE CALCULATING STARS

If you’ve followed my writing career even slightly, it’s almost certain that you’re familiar with THE CALCULATING STARS. Last month, it was featured at Tor.com in an article by Sylvain Neuvel as part of post focused on alternative histories, WWII, and the space race.

Where to (Virtually) Find Mary Robinette in February

As you may have guessed, all of my events will continue to be online for the time being. I have two writing dates, an Ask An Expert interview with Katie Mack, and a class on how to structure a heist coming up this month for my Patreon Supporters. I hope to see you there!

Physics World Reviews “A Little Wisdom”

“My favourite story in the collection though is undoubtedly Mary Robinette Kowal’s “A Little Wisdom”, a lovely and sweet story that highlights the many ways in which AI could truly benefit humankind, while also realistically pointing out some potential issues. The slice-of-life story follows an elderly art historian and her robot support dog (she suffers …

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Where to (Virtually) Find Mary Robinette in January

As you may have guessed, all of my events will continue to be online for the time being. I have two writing dates, an Ask An Expert interview with Katie Mack, and a class on how to structure a heist coming up this month for my Patreon Supporters. I hope to see you there!

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