The Future of Another Timeline is stunning new stand-alone science fiction novel from Annalee Newitz, a founding editor of io9 and Lambda Award-winning author of Autonomous.
"Do you remember when we had the vote?"
In a world that's just a step away from our own, time travel is possible. But war is brewing - a secret group is trying to destroy women's rights, and their access to the timeline. If they succeed, only a small elite will have the power to shape the past, present, and future.
Our only hope lies with an unlikely group of allies, from riot grrls to suffragettes, their lives separated by centuries, battling for a world where anyone can change the future. A final confrontation is coming.
The Future of Another Timeline is a breathtakingly original novel from Annalee Newitz, founding editor of io9, about the lengths we'll go to make history.
'A revolution is happening in speculative fiction, and Annalee Newitz is leading the vanguard' Wil Wheaton, actor Star Trek and Big Bang Theory
'Clever, compelling and utterly original' Laurie Penny
"Smart and profound on every level, this is a deeply satisfying novel' Publishers Weekly, STARRED review
'A glorious tale of hope in the face of outrage, an anthem of timeless resistance against the powers that would lead us to our worst futures' Ken Liu
'A page-turner and an ambitious feminist lens on the time-traveler story' Kelly Sue DeConnick, screenwriter for Captain Marvel
'Exciting and urgent in the here and now' Saladin Ahmed
'Secret history becomes a thrilling secret war' Nicola Griffith
Glorious . . . an anthem of timeless resistance
Autonomous is to biotech and AI what Neuromancer was to the internet
Something genuinely and thrillingly new
Holy hell. Autonomous is remarkable
Annalee Newitz is an American journalist, editor and author of both fiction and non-fiction. She is the recipient of a Knight Science Journalism Fellowship from MIT, and has written for Popular Science, Wired and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. She co-founded the science fiction website io9 and served as editor-in-chief from 2008-2015, and subsequently edited Gizmodo. As of 2016, she is tech culture editor at the technology site Ars Technica.