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Steven Gould

(Steven C Gould)
USA flag (1955 - )
Husband of Laura J Mixon

Steven Gould is the author of the New York Times Bestseller, Jumper, as well as, Wildside, Helm, Blind Waves, Reflex, Jumper: Griffin's Story, 7th Sigma, and Impulse as well as several short stories published in Analog, Asimov's, and Amazing, and other magazines and anthologies. Wildside won the Hal Clement Young Adult Award for Science Fiction and was nominated for the Prometheus Award. He has been on the Hugo ballot twice and the Nebula ballot once for his short fiction. Jumper was made into the 2008 feature film of the same name with Samuel L. Jackson, Jamie Bell, Rachel Bilson, and Hayden Christensen. Steve lives in New Mexico with his wife, writer Laura J. Mixon (aka M. J. Locke) and their two daughters, where he keeps chickens and studies and teaches Aikido and Iaido. In 2012 he traveled to Doha, Qatar where he discussed writing and science fiction with Qatari college students. He is working with James Cameron on the next Avatar movies and will write four books each corresponding to Avatar 1 through 4.
Anthologies containing stories by Steven Gould
Short stories
Rory (1984)Hugo (nominee)
Peaches for Mad Molly (1988)Hugo (nominee)
Nebula Awards (nominee)
The Session (1995)

Hugo Best Short Story nominee (1985) : Rory
Hugo Best Novellette nominee (1989) : Peaches for Mad Molly
Nebula Awards Best Novellette nominee (1989) : Peaches for Mad Molly
Prometheus Award Best Novel nominee (1997) : Wildside

Steven Gould recommends
Dragon Coast (2015)
(California Bones, book 3)
Greg Van Eekhout
"L.A. noir as dark as Le Brea meets magic drawn from ancient bones."
Game of Shadows (2017)
Erika Lewis
"Riveting from the start."
The Last Good Man (2017)
Linda Nagata
"I asked to see an advanced copy of The Last Good Man with the caveat that I was very busy and might not get to it. I was just going to glance at the first few pages but looked up to find myself halfway through the book in the wee hours of the morning."

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