Maureen F. McHugh
Maureen F. McHugh is a SF and fantasy writer. Her first published story was published in Twilight Zone under a male pseudonym in 1988, followed quickly by a pair of publications under her own name in Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in 1989.
To date she has written four novels and over twenty short stories. Her first novel, China Mountain Zhang (1992), was nominated for both the Hugo and the Nebula Award, and won the James Tiptree, Jr. Award.
She is currently a partner at No Mimes Media, an Alternate Reality Game company which she co-founded in 2009.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1992 -- James Tiptree, Jr. Award
- 1993 -- Campbell Award, Best Novella Hugo, Best Novel Hugo nominee
- 1996 -- Diversicon 4, Best Short Story Hugo for "The Lincoln Train"
- 1997 -- Best Novella Hugo nominee
- 2000 -- ConFusion 19100, Minicon 35
- 2002 -- Millennicon 16
- 2003 -- Best Novelette Hugo nominee
- 2006 -- Context 19
- 2008 -- WisCon 32
- 2013 -- Readercon 24
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