His first published novel, Rite of Passage (1968), won the Nebula Award for Best Novel in 1969. Other SF novels include Star Well (1968), The Thurb Revolution (1968), and Masque World (1969).
His critical works include Heinlein in Dimension (1968), SF in Dimension (1976), and The World Beyond the Hill (1989), written with his wife Cory. A collection of his short fiction is Farewell to Yesterday's Tomorrow (1975). He was GoH at Prunecon in 1978.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1967 -- Best Fan Writer Hugo
- 1968 -- Best Fan Writer Hugo nominee
- 1969 -- Best Novel Hugo nominee, Nebula
- 1990 -- Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo for The World Beyond the Hill
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