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Charles Stross


UK (1964 - )

Charles Stross is a full-time writer who was born in Leeds, England in 1964. He studied in London and Bradford, gaining degrees in pharmacy and computer science, and has worked in a variety of jobs, including pharmacist, technical author, software engineer, and freelance journalist.
 
Series
Dark State
Approaching Xanadu (1989)
     aka Dark State
 
Singularity Sky
1. Singularity Sky (2003)
2. Iron Sunrise (2004)
Timelike Diplomacy (omnibus) (2004)
 
 



 
Halting State
1. Halting State (2007)
2. Rule 34 (2011)
 
 
Empire Games
1. Empire Games (2017)
 
Novels
 
Collections
 
Chapbooks
 
Novellas

 
Non fiction
 
Awards
Hugo Best Novel nominee (2004) : Singularity Sky
British Science Fiction Association Best Novel nominee (2005) : Accelerando
Hugo Best Novel nominee (2005) : Iron Sunrise
Arthur C. Clarke Award Best Book nominee (2006) : Accelerando
Hugo Best Novel nominee (2006) : Accelerando
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2006) : Accelerando
Prometheus Award Best Novel nominee (2006) : The Hidden Family
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2007) : Glasshouse
Prometheus Award Best Novel winner (2007) : Glasshouse
Hugo Best Novel nominee (2008) : Halting State
Hugo Best Novel nominee (2009) : Saturn's Children
Prometheus Award Best Book nominee (2009) : Saturn's Children
Arthur C. Clarke Award Best Book nominee (2012) : Rule 34
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2013) : The Rapture of the Nerds
Hugo Best Novel nominee (2014) : Neptune's Brood
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2014) : Neptune's Brood


Charles Stross recommends
The Zenith Angle
The Zenith Angle (2004)
Bruce Sterling
"A Catch-22 for the slashdot generation: a wry, cynical, informed peek at the paranoid world of the post-9/11 cyberspookerati. Buy it, read it, be very afraid."
Lady of Mazes
Lady of Mazes (2005)
Karl Schroeder
"The most thought provoking and interesting work of hard SF that I've read in the past year."

Moxyland (2008)
Lauren Beukes
"Full of spiky originality, a new kind of SF munching its way out of the intestines of the wasp-paralysed caterpillar of cyberpunk."

The Green Leopard Plague and Other Stories (2010)
Walter Jon Williams
"Walter Jon Williams really knows how to play power chords in the key of 'sense of wonder'!"

The Quantum Thief (2010)
(Quantum Thief, book 1)
Hannu Rajaniemi
"The best first SF novel I've read in years. Hard to admit, but I think he's better at this stuff than I am."

Pyramid of Blood (2015)
(Swords Versus Tanks, book 3)
M Harold Page
"Holy ****."



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