“Cat Pictures Please” is a finalist for the Nebula Award, the Locus Award, and (most recently) the Hugo Award for Best Short Story!
To celebrate I put my two short story collections on sale:
Comrade Grandmother and Other Stories kindle | nook
Gift of the Winter King and Other Stories kindle | nook
(Neither of these collections has “Cat Pictures Please” in it, but you can go read that online at Clarkesworld!)
When I run into someone in the Twin Cities who says “oh my gosh, Naomi Kritzer? I am a huge fan of your work!” they always, every single time, mean my political blogging. This is true even when I’m at a Science Fiction convention.
Outside the Twin Cities they mean my SF/F. (Not that this happens all that often! But it has happened at least a few times.)
Fundamentally, I ought to have two blogs for people to follow: one that’s all the SF/F stuff, one that’s all the political blogging. Despite the fact that blogging sites recognize this as a thing people want to do, and try to make it easy, I totally don’t have the logistical and organizational wherewithal to do two blogs. I don’t know how my friends with multiple pen names pull it off.