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Paul Levinson


(1947 - )

Paul Levinson is Editor of the Journal of Social and Evolutionary Systems. He has spoken on NPR, CSPAN, the BBC, CBC, and more than 50 radio and television shows. He is President and founder of Connected Education -- offering courses on the Internet since 1985 -- and is Visiting Professor at Fordham University. He is also President of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.
 
Series
Jeff Harris / Loose Ends
2. Little Differences (2015)
3. Late Lessons (2015)
4. Last Calls (2015)
Loose Ends (1997)
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Exo-Genetic Engineers
The Suspended Fourth (2000)
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Exo-Biologists
1. The Orchard (2015)
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Double Realities
1. The Other Car (2015)
2. Extra Credit (2017)
3. The Wallet (2017)
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Anthologies edited
Touching the Face of the Cosmos (2016) (with Michael Waltemathe)
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Non fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by Paul Levinson
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Short stories
The Harmony (1995)
The Copyright Notice Case (1997)Nebula Awards (nominee)
The Mendelian Lamp Case (1997)
Smart Weapon (2000)


Awards
Nebula Awards Best Novellette nominee (1997) : The Chronology Protection Case
Hugo Best Novella nominee (1998) : Loose Ends
Nebula Awards Best Novellette nominee (1998) : The Copyright Notice Case
Nebula Awards Best Novella nominee (1998) : Loose Ends
Prometheus Award Best Novel nominee (2004) : The Pixel Eye


Paul Levinson recommends
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Red Moon (2000)
Daniel Brenton and David S Michaels
"This is not just among the best first novels I've read in years, it's among the best novels period. Red Moon is a masterpiece."
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The Risen Empire (2003)
(Succession, book 1)
Scott Westerfeld
"Far-future, military science fiction--with a deft hand, a conscience, a wry look back at us, and poetic flair. I know this may seem like a stretch, but think Wells."

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