Ryan Britt has contributed to Inverse since 2016 and has served as an editor, critic, and reporter. He writes about popular science fiction and the history of science fiction with special emphases on Star Wars, Dune, and Star Trek. Ryan has been writing professionally about science fiction since 2010, beginning by selling essays to the Hugo-Award-winning magazine Clarkesworld. In 2011, he became the first staff writer for the Locus and Hugo Award-winning science fiction publishing blog, Tor.com. Following that, Ryan’s writing has been published with SyFy Wire, Den of Geek!, Vulture, VICE, the New York Times, and StarTrek.com. Currently, he is the entertainment editor at Fatherly. In addition, Ryan is also the author of two non-fiction books: "Luke Skywalker Can’t Read and Other Geeky Truths," an essay collection published in 2015 by Plume Books (Penguin Random House), and the forthcoming hardcover, "Phasers On Stun! How the Making and Remaking of Star Trek Changed the World," coming in May 2022, also from Plume Books. Ryan is represented by the Fischer-Harbage Literary Agency.
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