Nivair H. Gabriel has whiled away her twenty-eight years of life on Earth as a writer, feminist, engineer, photographer, and fangirl. She is a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop and has contributed to io9.com, Fantasy Magazine, Pittsburgh Magazine, MIT’s The Tech, and the Hugo Award-winning Weird Tales. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and lives in Boston, Massachusetts, where she works as a technical writer by day and sometimes sleeps by night. Full bio…

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19 December 2013

So for the past few years my life has been a whirlwind of activity, and my online life has suffered. Recently, however, I secured the services of one D. Leys, web goddess extraordinaire and purveyor of sassy CSS. Between the time zones of chaotic America and pastoral France, we built this place to catalog my … read more

From Science Fiction to Shakespeare with Sean Maher

1 September 2012

“Firefly and Serenity fans know Sean Maher as Dr. Simon Tam, the most devoted brother and best-dressed surgeon in hundreds of worlds. Next week, Maher will premiere his performance of Don John in Joss Whedon’s adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing. Grinning and freshly caffeinated for his second Dragon*Con, Maher sat down with the Daily … read more

Ladies of the Guild

4 September 2011

Four years ago, Felicia Day stood handing out bookmarks at Comic-Con International, hoping that the promotion for her tiny new web series The Guild wouldn’t get lost in the shuffle of the many scraps of paper thrust at every con-goer. This Saturday, she and her Guild costars Amy Okuda and Robin Thorsen stepped onstage in … read more