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ROBERT J. SAWYER
Best Novel Hugo and Nebula Award Winner
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HarperCollins/Eos) “Finisterra” by David Moles (F&SF Dec. 2007) Best Short Story “Last Contact” by Stephen Baxter (The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction, ed. George Mann, Solaris Books)
Eos)69 Kiln People by David Brin (Tor)— final ballot complete —56 Dance for the Ivory Madonna by Don Sakers (Speed of C)55 Ruled Britannia by Harry Turtledove NAL43 Night Watch by Terry Pratchett
Rob is The Terminal Experiment (Avon Eos, May 1995, 0-061-05310-4). hand-picking books for their new SF imprint, Robert J. Nebula Award winner! TENTH Sawyer Books, which does three hardcovers a year.
The World Before by Karen Traviss (Eos) • Spin by Robert Charles Wilson (Tor) Baxter, McAuley, Traviss, and Ian MacLeod are British; Cash, Gerrold, McDevitt, and Marusek are Americans; Ken MacLeod
The World Before by Karen Traviss (Eos) Spin by Robert Charles Wilson (Tor) Baxter, McAuley, Traviss, and Ian MacLeod are British; Cash, Gerrold, McDevitt, and Marusek are Americans; Ken MacLeod and
Hugo nominee! The Terminal Experiment (Avon Eos, May 1995, 0-061-05310-4). Nebula winner! SF’s Most Select Group of Writers TRADE PAPERBACKS: With his Hugo win for Hominids and his 1996 win of
Avon Brin and McDevitt Praise HUMANS Eos, May 1995, 0-061-05310-4). Nebula winner! “The biggest job of science fiction is to portray the Other; to help us imagine the strange and see the familiar
to be published in June by Avon Eos. This story, • Calculating God (Tor, June 2000, commissioned by The Globe and Mail: Canada’s ISBN 0-312-86713-1). National Newspaper, explains what really