Who run the galaxy?

Women have been taking sci-fi by storm in recent years—just take a look at the last several years of Hugo, Nebula, and other awards—but our voices have been present in this space since the beginning. Just look at Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, considered to be one of the earliest works of both sci-fi and horror. In celebration of the 200-year anniversary of the publication of that classic, last year, I set out on a mission to uncover the founding mothers of our favorite stories, and the modern-day women shepherding us into the bright future of sci-fi & horror.

Spotlight: Classic Sci-Fi Masters

Spotlight: Exciting Contemporary Voices