Kathleen Ann Goonan is a writer, critic, and, presently, a Visiting Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology, where she teaches Creative Writing and Literature.
Her 2007 novel In War Times won the prestigious Campbell Award for Best Novel of 2007. Her first novel, Queen City Jazz, was a New York Times Notable Book and a British Science Fiction Award finalist, and her second, The Bones of Time, was an Arthur C. Clarke Award finalist. Crescent City Rhapsody and Light Music were Nebula Award finalists.
Well-known for her Nanotech Quartet, Goonan's speaking engagements include appearances at Utopiales in Nantes, Kosmopolis in Barcelona, and at many universities. She has published over forty short stories, some of which are collected in Angels and You Dogs, which was released from PS Publishing in the fall of 2011.
Kathleen Ann Goonan can be found online at goonan.com.