Women at Warp is a twice-monthly podcast where four women talk about Star Trek, its representations of women, contributions of women behind the scenes, and other fun Trek topics.
Andi went through most of her adult life sadly unaware of the Star Trek universe until she launched @FirstTimeTrek, a Twitter account dedicated to live-tweeting her first impressions of Star Trek.
Since then, she has appeared on podcasts like Earl Grey, Standard Orbit, All Things Trek, and The Ready Room, sharing her fresh perspective on the shenanigans of Starfleet.
She lives in Chicago, IL devoting her time to drop-kicking the Patriarchy and cuddling Mary Cat and Jerry Cat.
Grace Moore is a contributing blogger for Mythcreants. She attended the Evergreen State College and was a co-host for All Things Trek on Trek Radio.
She has been asked not to return to any Tim Hortons location under threat of legal action.
Jarrah Hodge fell in love with Star Trek watching TNG with her dad and older siblings. She blogs about feminism and women’s issues in Star Trek at trekkiefeminist.tumblr.com and also runs the blog gender-focus.com.
She has spoken on women in Star Trek at Star Trek Las Vegas and Geek Girl Con and appeared on podcasts like Subspace Transmissions, Trekabout and All Things Trek.
She lives in Ottawa, Canada with her cats Odo and Sandwiches.
Sue is a life-long Star Trek fan, and has been a member of the online fan community since the days of usenet, before AOL was everywhere. She was probably much too young to be on usenet…
She is the co-host of Anomaly Supplemental (part of the Anomaly Podcast) and blogs for Anomalous Musings from time to time, and has appeared on All Things Trek, Take Him With You, and Tales from the Mouse House, among others.
She loves Disney World and her cats, Oswin and Catalina.
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