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The Editor’s Word, by Mike Resnick
From the Moment I Laid Eggs in You, by Josh Vogt
Kill Me, by Sabina Theo
Out of Africa, by David Drake
Elizabethtown, by Eric Cline
Wait ’Til Next Year, by Jody Lynn Nye
The First Duty, by Eric Reynolds
The Mood Room, by Paul Di Filippo
The Rose is Obsolete, by Alvaro Zinos-Amaro
Winter of the Scavengers, by David Blake
The Power and the Passion, by Pat Cadigan
Fugue in a Minor Key, by Stuart C. Baker
Book Reviews, by Bill Fawcett and Jody Lynn Nye
Living on the Lesser Light That Rules the Night, by Gregory
From the Heart’s Basement #17, by Barry N. Malzberg
Joy Ward interviews Terry Brooks
Reboots (Part 4), by Mercedes Lackey and Cody Martin
- University of California, Santa CruzLecturer, presentLecturing on the intersection between art and code at UCSC's Baskin School of Engineering as a part of their Master's degree program in Games and Playable Media.
- Bushi-go, Inc.CEO, present
Kimberly attended both the University of California at Davis (ENG ‘92), and the Art Center College of Design (Ill ’98/Honors). She has written two textbooks on mobile game design, “Game Development Essentials: Mobile Game Development” and “The Official Game Salad Guide to Game Development” both designed to serve as an entry point for new developers. She is currently the CEO/Founder of Bushi-go, Inc. and serves as an adviser with the Harvard Business School start-up partners program. She also lectures at UCSC’s Baskin School of Engineering as part of their Games and Playable Media Master’s degree program and in her remaining time writes science-fiction.
- Art Center College of DesignIll, 1995 - 1998Graduated Cum Laude with a degree in Illustration and a specialization in Digital Media (back when the Digital Department was still being envisioned).
- University of California, DavisEnglish, 1988 - 1992Graduated with a Major in English Literature and a Minor in Writing. Discovered later on that the symbolic languages of literature have a direct parallel in video-games and modern media.