Laura J. Mixon
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Who is Laura J. Mixon?
Laura J. Mixon is a chemical and environmental engineer better known as a science fiction writer. She writes about the impact of technology and environmental changes on personal identity and social structures. Her work has been the focus of academic studies on the intersection of technology, feminism, and gender. She has also experimented with interactive storytelling, in collaboration with renowned game designer Chris Crawford. She is married to SF writer Steven Gould, with whom she collaborated on the novel Greenwar. In 2011, she began publishing under the pen name Morgan J. Locke. Under that name, she is one of the writers for the group blog Eat Our Brains.
- also known as Laura Mixon
- born on (58 years ago)
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Author
- Marriage with Steven Gould
- written works: "Burning the ice", "Proxies", "Astro Pilots", "Greenwar", "Glass Houses"
- nomination: - nominated to Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel - "Glass Houses"
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Rethinking Women + Cyberculture by Mary Flanagan, Austin Booth
Laura J. Mixon is a chemical engineer by training and an environmental engineer by profession, a former Peace Corps volunteer, an occasional computer and multimedia designer, and a progeny development manager (a mom). A native New ...
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