Barry B. Longyear
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.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1979 -- Campbell Award nominee
- 1980 -- Nebula, Campbell Award, Best Novelette Hugo nominee, Best Novella Hugo for "Enemy Mine"
- 1981 -- Best Novelette Hugo nominee
- 1980 -- Locus Award, Nebula Award
- 1981 -- Nine Billion Names of ConFusion
- 1987 -- Keycon 4, Baycon '87
- 1989 -- Minicon 24, Windycon XVI, toastmaster at Con-Version VI
- 1990 -- Loscon 17, Con*Cept '90, Genericon VI
- 1993 -- Windycon XX
- 1994 -- ConAdian Marcon 29
- 1996 -- MidSouthCon 15, WindyCon XXIII
- 1999 -- DucKon VIII, WindyCon XXVI
- 2003 -- MileHiCon 35
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