(August 21, 1947 -- March 18, 2014)
SF/fantasy/horror author who also wrote in other genres who lived in Portland, Oregon. He began publishing in 1983; and his first novel, Green Eyes, appeared in 1984. At the time, he was considered part of the cyberpunk movement.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1986 -- Nebula Award
- 1988 -- OryCon 10, World Fantasy Award, Rhysling Award
- 1989 -- Disclave 33, Necon 9
- 1990 -- Kurd Lasswitz Award
- 1992 -- World Fantasy Award
- 1993 -- I-Con XII, Best Novella Hugo for "Barnacle Bill the Spacer"
- 1995 -- 1995 World Fantasy Convention
- 2003 -- Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award
- 2007 -- Readercon 18
- 7 other Hugo nominations
- several Locus Awards
- several Science Fiction Chronicle Awards
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