Author, Crosstalk, Blackout, All Clear
Connie Willis is the Nebula- and Hugo-winning science-fiction author of Doomsday Book, To Say Nothing of the Dog, and the two-volume Blackout and All Clear. She has won an unprecedented total of seven Nebula Awards and eleven Hugos for her novels and short stories, has been named to the Science Fiction Hall of Fame, and is a SFWA Grand Master of Science Fiction. Her work ranges from laugh-out-loud funny to deadly serious and encompasses time travel, aliens, fads, near-death experiences, and everything in between. Her most recent novel is Crosstalk, a romantic comedy about telepathy.