Barry B. Longyear

(b. 1942)

An American pro writer living in Maine who is probably best known for his award-winning novella "Enemy Mine", which was made into a move with a novelization by Longyear and David Gerrold. The original novella helped Longyear to become the only writer to received a Hugo, the Campbell Award, and a Nebula Award in the same year.

Recently, he has been writing mysteries.

1979 Campbell Award
1980 Campbell Award <winner>
1980 Best Novelette Hugo
1980 Best Novella Hugo <winner> for "Enemy Mine"
1981 Best Novelette Hugo

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