This month, io9 read If Then by Matthew De Abaitua. Today, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. (Eastern time), he’ll be joining us to answer questions about near future science fiction, writing about war, repeating histories, and anything else you want to know.
Start asking your questions about If Then in the comments now and he’ll answer as many as he can while he’s here. Please be polite!
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Also! This book is sort of about a marriage, as much as anything else. Was it important to you to explore what happens to a marriage when one person changes drastically? The whole notion that if your husband crosses certain lines, it will be difficult to keep loving him is super powerful and terrible. Was that a big focus for you? Did that just emerge in thinking about the society and the weird situation?