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A prolific [[SF]] and [[fantasy]] short story writer, he is also the author of two solo novels, ''Good News From Outer Space'' (1989) and ''Corrupting Dr. Nice'' (1997); and one novel, ''Freedom Beach'' (1985), in collaboration with [[James Patrick Kelly]].  A collection of Kessel's SF stories is ''Meeting in Infinity'' (1992).
 
A prolific [[SF]] and [[fantasy]] short story writer, he is also the author of two solo novels, ''Good News From Outer Space'' (1989) and ''Corrupting Dr. Nice'' (1997); and one novel, ''Freedom Beach'' (1985), in collaboration with [[James Patrick Kelly]].  A collection of Kessel's SF stories is ''Meeting in Infinity'' (1992).
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Revision as of 11:38, 23 May 2020

(1950 --)

John Joseph Vincent Kessel was born in Buffalo, New York. He was a member of the University of Rochester Science Fiction Society and edited Uranian for a time.

A prolific SF and fantasy short story writer, he is also the author of two solo novels, Good News From Outer Space (1989) and Corrupting Dr. Nice (1997); and one novel, Freedom Beach (1985), in collaboration with James Patrick Kelly. A collection of Kessel's SF stories is Meeting in Infinity (1992). Kessel is married to author Therese Anne Fowler.

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Also involved with: Nebula Awards - Trinoc*coN 2000 - Trinoc*coN 2001 - Trinoc*coN 2002 - Trinoc*coN 2004 - Trinoc*coN 2007
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