Kathleen Ann Goonan is the author of seven science fiction novels. Her sixth, In War Times (Tor, 2007), was a Campbell Memorial winner, was named by the American Library Association as the year's best sf novel, and was selected by Damien Broderick and Paul Di Filippo for Science Fiction: The 101 Best Novels 1985-2010. Her latest, This Shared Dream (Tor, 2011), is also a Campbell finalist and explores a theme first presented in In War Times: how enhanced understanding of the human brain and our increasing connectivity might lead to a world without war. Her Nanotech Quartet consists of Queen City Jazz (Tor, 1994), Locus first novel and British SF finalist and New York Times Notable Book; Mississippi Blues (Tor, 1998), Dal Coger Memorial Hall of Fame Award winner; and series prequel Crescent City Rhapsody (HarperCollins, 2000) and finale Light Music (HarperCollins, 2002), both Nebula finalists. The Bones of Time (Tor, 1996) was an Arthur C. Clarke finalist.

Angels and You Dogs, a short story collection, is just out from PS; it includes 1995 Nebula short story finalist "The String," 1995 British SF short fiction finalist "Sunflowers," and 2008 Sturgeon runner-up "Memory Dog," as well as "The Bride of Elvis" from the 2nd Year's Best SF (Hartwell, ed.) and "The Bridge" from the 13th (Hartwell and Cramer, eds.). Uncollected short fiction is in Tombs (Kramer and Crowther, eds.), Destination Unknown (Crowther, ed.), Engineering Infinity (Strahan, ed.), Asimov's, Strange Plasma, Flurb, Omni Online, Tomorrow, Amazing, and Interzone. "A Love Supreme" will appear in Discover in October, and "Bootstrap" in the 2012 issue of MIT Technology Review.

Kathleen's academic papers have appeared in Iowa Review and many other venues. She has been an invited speaker at Kosmopolis (Barcelona), Utopiales (Nantes), the Banff Center, the Eton Conference, Georgia Institute of Technology, RIT, the University of South Carolina, the Library of Congress, Idaho State University, the Center for Fiction, the Global Competitiveness Forum in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and other institutes, universities, and literary festivals. She is a Professor of the Practice at Georgia Institute of Technology, where she teaches writing and courses of her own design that illuminate the connections between culture, science, history, and technology. She is working on a novel that takes place in the Florida Keys.