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The Barnes & Noble SF Blog Reviews THE CALCULATING STARS

It’s a fiercely compassionate, clear-eyes, and clever novel, exploring mental health through the lens of one of the most buttoned up periods of western history, the consequences of grief and loss on people of faith, and its even greater fallout on those faithful who work in the sciences. It picks at the mindset that kept …

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Molly on the Moon, Written by Mary Robinette Kowal and Illustrated by Diana Mayo – Cover Reveal!

A big sister finds that even in a place as lonely as the moon, all you need is a little creativity—and someone to play with—in Molly on the Moon, the debut picture book from award winning sci fi author Mary Robinette Kowal. I am delighted to share the cover of my upcoming children’s book, Molly on …

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Interviewing Experts with Astronaut Cady Coleman – This Tuesday, April 20th!

My newest Patreon series, Interviewing Experts, continues on Tuesday, April 20th at 7PM CST (8PM Eastern) with astronaut Cady Coleman. I’ll be conducting an interview with her as if I’m preparing to feature her job in a novel. You get to ask questions, too! Live captioning is provided for accessibility, and recordings are available for those …

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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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