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Paul Di Filippo


USA flag (1954 - )

aka Philip Lawson

Paul Di Filippo is the author of Ribofunk, Fractal Paisleys, and The Steampunk Trilogy. He was a two-time finalist for the Nebula Award and a finalist for the Philip K. Dick Award. He lives in Providence, Rhode Island.
 
Series
Steampunk
The Steampunk Trilogy (omnibus) (1995)
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Will Keats (as by Philip Lawson)
1. Would It Kill You to Smile? (1998)
2. Muskrat Courage (2000)
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Novels
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Novellas
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Anthologies edited
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Non fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by Paul Di Filippo
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Short stories
Rescuing Andy (1985)
Kid Charlemagne (1987)Nebula Awards (nominee)
Any Major Dude (1991)
Lennon Spex (1992)Nebula Awards (nominee)
World Wars III (1992)
Mama Told Me Not to Come (1993)
McGregor (1994)
Plumage from Pegasus: Have Gun, Will Edit (1996)
Singing Each to Each (2000)


Awards
Nebula Awards Best Short Story nominee (1988) : Kid Charlemagne
Nebula Awards Best Short Story nominee (1993) : Lennon Spex
Philip K Dick Award Best Book nominee (1998) : Lost Pages
World Fantasy Best Collection nominee (1998) : Fractal Paisleys


Paul Di Filippo recommends
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Old House of Fear (1961)
Russell Kirk
"Plainly modelled on the thrillers of John Buchan... no paranormal events actually occur."
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Masque of Dreams (2001)
Bruce Boston
"...turns out short meticulously assembled stories informed by a poet's precision and clarity of image"
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Flats / Quake (2009)
Rudolph Wurlitzer
"If you can legitimately judge a writer by fellow scribes who honestly extol his work, and count on his inhabiting a plane of popularity and celebrity similar to the one where his endorsers dwell, then Rudolph Wurlitzer should be a name on the lips of sage critics and fans of zesty, transgressive postmodernist fiction everywhere. Wurlitzer might be the closest thing we have to an actual cult author, a highly talented fiction writer."


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