Orson Scott Card

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(1951 --)

Orson Scott Card is an American pro writer living in North Carolina, probably best known for Ender's Game and its sequels.

Awards, Honors and GoHships:


Person Website(IA) Search: Fanac, Fan, Pro, SFE, Wikipedia, Reasonator 1951

Also involved: - 1978 Best Novelette Hugo - 1979 Best Novelette Hugo - 1980 Best Novella Hugo - 1980 Best Short Story Hugo - 1986 Best Novelette Hugo - 1987 Best Novelette Hugo - 1988 Best Novel Hugo - 1989 Best Novel Hugo - 1990 Best Novel Hugo - 1990 Best Novelette Hugo - 1990 Best Short Story Hugo - 1992 Best Novel Hugo - Ad Astra 8 - Campbell Award - Con*Stellation XXXIII - DeepSouthCon 25 - Discovery 1 - Flowers for Algernon - Hillcon II - Hugh B. Cave - ICon (NZ) - Michael R. Collings - Noncon (Canada) 6 - Omni - Parcon 2010 - Science Fiction Chronicle Reader Award - Short Form - StellarCon XIII - Trinoc*coN 2002

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Also- 1978 Best Novelette Hugo - 1979 Best Novelette Hugo - 1980 Best Novella Hugo - 1980 Best Short Story Hugo - 1986 Best Novelette Hugo - 1987 Best Novelette Hugo - 1988 Best Novel Hugo - 1989 Best Novel Hugo - 1990 Best Novel Hugo - 1990 Best Novelette Hugo - 1990 Best Short Story Hugo - 1992 Best Novel Hugo Also- Campbell Award - Science Fiction Chronicle Reader Award