Spider Robinson

(b. 1948)

American pro writing living in Canada who was married to the late Jeanne Robinson.

He wrote novels and short sf (mostly for Analog). Robinson made his first short-story sale in 1972 to Analog Science Fiction magazine. His longest series is a group of stories set in Callahan's Place a bar with many puns. He was a book reviewer for Galaxy and then for Destinies.

He won the 1974 Campbell Award, the 1977 Best Novella Hugo, the 1978 Best Novella Hugo, and the 1983 Best Short Story Hugo.

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His website: http://www.spiderrobinson.com/

For more on his writing see: http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/robinson_spider


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