Amy Sundberg

Amy Sundberg is a speculative fiction writer. Her short fiction has appeared in Redstone Science Fiction, Daily Science Fiction, and Buzzy Magazine, among others. She writes the newsletter Notes from the Emerald City, covering Seattle and Washington state politics with a particular focus on issues around public safety and criminal justice, and serves on the steering committee of People Power Washington – Police Accountability. She lives with an adorable little dog, and when not writing, she’s either enjoying her extensive board game collection, singing musical theater songs, or trying to add more pins to locations visited on her world map. She’s represented by Leslie Varney of Prentis Literary.

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Writing Speculative Justice (sponsored by L.E. grabowski)

June 5, 2021 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm

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Authors discuss what we can and should be thinking about while building systems of justice into our speculative worlds.

Exploring Possibilities with Legal Systems in SFF

May 13, 2023 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

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Panelists: Amy Sundberg, Sarena Straus, Julia Vee and J.R.H. Lawless (moderator)

Exploring with authors who are also legal professionals what the choices are when it comes to legal systems, how crucial these are to worldbuilding, and how they are a major tool in exploring new speculative possibilities in terms of social organization.

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