I have spent the past few years working on the Hieroglyph anthology with the Center for Science and the Imagination. The book came out in September and the response has been amazing. Hieroglyph brought science fiction writers together with scientists and engineers to produce optimistic visions of our future.Read more
This year, I have been working with ASU CSI on the reboot of the WorldBank's URGENT EVOKE, a combination of graphic novel and game intended to inspire college-age people in a variety of countries to take the lead in innovation in their communities.
EVOKE was developed by the World Bank Institute, the learning and knowledge arm of the World Bank Group; the 2015 relaunch is a collaboration between ASU's Center for Science & the Imagination, The World Bank, and other non-profits.Read more
And, with director Edward Cornell, I am working on a feature-length film adaptation of my story "You, in Emulation." We have completed what I think is an excellent script and we are currently circulating it among actors we would like for the leads and potential backers.
I am in discussions with a publisher to do an original anthology I have been thinking about for 10 years. The publisher will soon be doing a Kickstarter to cover the costs of production paying the writers.