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Greg Egan


Australia (b.1961)

Greg Egan lives in Perth, Western Australia.
He has won the John W. Campbell award for Best Novel and has been short listed for the Hugo three times.

Genres: Science Fiction
 
New and upcoming books
April 2024

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Morphotrophic
 
Series
Subjective Cosmology Cycle
   1. Quarantine (1992)
   2. Permutation City (1994)
   3. Distress (1995)
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Orthogonal
   1. The Clockwork Rocket (2011)
   2. The Eternal Flame (2012)
   3. The Arrows of Time (2013)
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Novels
   An Unusual Angle (1983)
   Diaspora (1997)
   Blood Sisters (1998)
   Teranesia (1999)
   Schild's Ladder (2002)
   Incandescence (2008)
   Zendegi (2010)
   Dichronauts (2017)
   The Book of All Skies (2021)
   Scale (2022)
   Morphotrophic (2024)
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Collections
   Axiomatic (1982)
   Our Lady of Chernobyl (1993)
   Luminous (1998)
   Dark Integers and Other Stories (2008)
   Oceanic (2009)
   Crystal Nights and Other Stories (2009)
   The Best of Greg Egan (2019)
   Instantiation (2020)
   Sleep and the Soul (2023)
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Novellas and Short Stories
   The Four Thousand, the Eight Hundred (2016)
   Uncanny Valley (2017)
   Phoresis (2018)
   The Nearest (2018)
   Perihelion Summer (2019)
   Zeitgeber (2019)
   Dispersion (2020)
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Series contributed to
Twelve Tomorrows
   Twelve Tomorrows 2013 (2013) (with others)
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Anthologies containing stories by Greg Egan
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The Year's Top Tales of Space and Time 2 (2022)
(Year's Top Tales of Space and Time, book 2)
edited by
Allan Kaster
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Tomorrow's Parties (2022)
Life in the Anthropocene
edited by
Jonathan Strahan

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Awards
Hugo Best Novellette nominee (1995) : Cocoon
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel winner (1995) : Permutation City
Philip K Dick Award Best Book nominee (1995) : Permutation City
Hugo Best Novellette nominee (1996) : Luminous [short story]
Hugo Best Novellette nominee (1996) : TAP
British Fantasy Society Best Collection nominee (1999) : Luminous
Hugo Best Novella winner (1999) : Oceanic [short story]
Hugo Best Novellette nominee (1999) : The Planck Dive
Hugo Best Novellette nominee (2000) : Border Guards
Prometheus Award Best Novel nominee (2003) : Schild's Ladder


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