Andrew Dana Hudson is an award-winning speculative fiction writer. He studies at Arizona State University in the School of Sustainability and is a fellow in the Center for Science and the Imagination’s Imaginary College. His fiction seeks to envision the lived experiences just around the corner in our climate-changed world, and the struggle to make good choices that can navigate our civilization through the sustainability crisis. His research explores how scholars, designers and creatives can collaborate to tell useful stories about our post-normal world.

Andrew has previously worked in journalism, political consulting, and driving healthcare innovation in the nonprofit sector. His nonfiction writing has appeared in Slate, among others. He also serves as an associate editor at Holum Press, which publishes Oasis, a Phoenix-based journal of anticapitalist thought.