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Steven Barnes


USA flag (b.1952)
Husband of Tananarive Due

Steven Barnes is a novelist, and a short story writer, television script writer, screenplay writer, lecturer, creative consultant, and martial arts authority. A Los Angeles native and later resident of Vancouver, Washington, Steven Emory Barnes is the third African American author after 1960 to have chosen science fiction and fantasy writing as his primary profession. Barnes established himself through the 1980s as a determined and disciplined writer, one who had followed a cherished childhood dream to become a commercially successful professional writer.Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/steven-barnes#ixzz1EFfLBUwU

Genres: Science Fiction, Horror
 
Series
Dream Park (with Larry Niven)
   1. Dreampark (1981)
   2. The Barsoom Project (1989)
   3. The California Voodoo Game (1991)
     aka The Voodoo Game
   4. The Moon Maze Game (2011)
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Tennyson Hardwick
   1. Casanegra (2007) (with Tananarive Due and Blair Underwood)
   2. In the Night of the Heat (2008) (with Tananarive Due and Blair Underwood)
   3. From Cape Town with Love (2010) (with Tananarive Due and Blair Underwood)
   4. South by Southeast (2012) (with Tananarive Due and Blair Underwood)
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Novels
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Collections
   Assassin and Other Stories (2010)
   Whose Future Is It? (2018) (with Alex de Campi, Tananarive Due, Brian Evenson, Porpentine Charity Heartscape, Richard Larson, Sarah Pinsker, Shweta Taneja and David Wellington)
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Novellas
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Series contributed to
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Anthologies containing stories by Steven Barnes
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Short stories
The Locusts (1979) (with Larry Niven)Hugo (nominee)
Sand Man (1995)


Awards
Hugo Best Novellette nominee (1980) : The Locusts
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2003) : Lion's Blood: A Novel of Slavery and Freedom in an Alternate America