Short stories by Naomi Kritzer

I am a science fiction and fantasy writer living in St. Paul, Minnesota. I’ve been writing science fiction and fantasy for twenty years. My short story “Cat Pictures Please” won the 2016 Hugo and Locus Awards and was nominated for the Nebula Award. My book CATFISHING ON CATNET came out on November 19th, 2019 from Tor Teen, and you can see the cover and read an excerpt here. It has won the Minnesota Book Award, the Edgar Award, and the Lodestar “Not a Hugo” award! It was a finalist for the Nebula Award, the Locus Award, and the ITW Thriller Award, and as of the middle of August 2020 it is a finalist for the Dragon Award and the Anthony Award. My next book, CHAOS ON CATNET, is coming out from Tor Teen in April of 2021! I also write about politics (mainly elections) in Minneapolis and Saint Paul. The main thing I do is to write an election guide with an in-depth guide to the candidates in local races, especially races that tend to not get a lot of coverage. I have been doing this since 2007 or 2008 — I started out just typing up my ballot research into my LiveJournal so that my local friends could benefit from my Googling, and they passed along the link to friends and neighbors, and now thousands of people check out one or more of my posts each year. I write this guide as a hobby and as a form of public service.

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When a search engine becomes artificially intelligent, it decides to try to help people...starting with the users who upload the best cat photos.