Brian Stableford

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(July 25, 1948 –)

Brian Michael Stableford, a British SF writer with a Ph.D. in Sociology, published more than 70 novels and more than a hundred shorter works beginning in the 60s. He occasionally used the pseudonym Brian Craig.

Besides his own SF, he has done a large amount of translation from French. He won the Pilgrim Award in 1999.

In the ’60s he co-edited the fanzine Proteus.

Awards, Honors and GoHships:

Entry in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction

Person Website 1948
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