The new work is Six Months, Three Days, Five Others, and it's a collection: the story Six Months, Three Days and, er, a number of others. Start with it. The title story is a useful corrective if you think you know where your love life is going, and it's a paradox-free way of getting your hands on the Fermi Paradox story. The book is available on Kindle and in hardback, and Charlie Jane Anders is published by Tor Books - there's a whole lot of entertaining blogging going on at tor.com, by the way. Worth a visit.
Charlie Jane Anders writes: "I’m probably the only person to have become a fictional character in a Star Trek novel and in one of Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City books." Probably, she says. Love to see her CV. Charlie Jane Anders won the Emperor Norton Award, apparently, which is new to us, for “extraordinary invention and creativity unhindered by the constraints of paltry reason”. Oh yes, we definitely read this woman.