Eileen Gunn is the author of a three collections of short fiction. Her most recent book, Night Shift, a collection of stories and essays, is part of PM Press’s excellent Outspoken Authors series, and was short listed for the Locus award this year. Her work has received the Nebula Award in the United States and the Sense of Gender Award in Japan, and has been nominated for the Hugo, Nebula, Philip K. Dick, Locus, and Tiptree awards. Gunn has taught the Clarion West summer workshop twice and was editor and publisher of the pioneering webzine The Infinite Matrix.  She served on the Clarion West board of directors for 22 years, and is currently on the board of the Locus Foundation.