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Charlie Jane Anders’ “The Minnesota Diet” Is Not A Cookbook Charlie Jane Anders’ “The Minnesota Diet” Is Not A Cookbook

Charlie Jane Anders has a new short story “The Minnesota Diet” posted over on Slate. As she puts it, she “wrote about a high-tech city that’s hit by severe food shortages. Because I really don’t think you can think about the future without thinking about hunger.”

If You Have Missed Charlie Jane Anders' io9 Posts If You Have Missed Charlie Jane Anders' io9 Posts

CJA has a new post up over at Tor.com, “Growing Up, Wonder Woman Was the Hero I Really Wanted To Be.” If her posts were one of the things that you enjoyed about io9 then this is worth the read.

Disappointment? Anger? Sadness? I Dunno. Just a Rant... Disappointment? Anger? Sadness? I Dunno. Just a Rant...

So recently, my favorite sc-fi blog did an announcement about a new sci-fi show... The whole article was a junior-high school-level snark-fest about how the show’s title was similar to another show’s title. No big deal, just a throw-away little article like on so very many other similar blogs...

Charlie Jane came up with one hell of a Game of Thrones theory Charlie Jane came up with one hell of a Game of Thrones theory

Spoilers for the latest Game of Thrones episode and potentially the upcoming season after the jump.

Charlie Jane is leaving io9; Rob Bricken taking over Charlie Jane is leaving io9; Rob Bricken taking over

CJA announced on Twitter that she’s stepping down as editor of io9 to work on her next novel and that Rob Bricken is taking over.

Read the First Two Chapters of Charlie Jane Anders' New Book Now Read the First Two Chapters of Charlie Jane Anders' New Book Now

[UPDATED] The first chapter of CJA’s book All the Birds in the Sky, due out next year, is posted over at Tor.com to read. The second chapter has now been posted here introducing the other main character.

I believe in supporting those who've made a difference to me.

To that end, I have just purchased Charlie Jane's novel, Six Months, Three Days.

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