Mailee Hung is a writer, editor, and cultural critic based out of San Francisco, California. She earned her MA in Visual and Critical Studies at California College of the Arts in 2016, where she wrote her thesis on prosthetics in Western contemporary pop culture. Her work focuses on the discursive and material intersections of technology and the human body. In 2015 she received the All College Honors Graduate Award from CCA in Critical Nonfiction for her essay “Decolonizing the Future: The Black Cyborg in Art and Culture.” She has presented her work at the 2015 Science Fiction Research Association Symposium, the 2015 Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design Symposium—Exploring Science in the Studio, and was the 2017 Bitch Media Writing—Technology Fellow. Her published writing can be found in Bitch, Utne Reader, Art Practical, Daily Serving, and Alpinist Magazine. When she's not reading or watching sci-fi, she can usually be found climbing somewhere in or near the Sierras.