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Stanley Schmidt


USA flag (b.1944)

Stanley Schmidt is a physicist and has been the editor of Analog magazine since 1978. He is a perennial nominee for the Best Editor Hugo Award and the author of five novels. He lives in upstate New York.

Genres: Science Fiction
 
Series
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   1. The Sins of the Fathers (1976)
   2. Lifeboat Earth (1978)
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Novels
   Newton and the Quasi-Apple (1975)
   Tweedlioop (1986)
   Argonaut (2002)
   Night Ride and Sunrise (2017)
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Collections
   Generation Gap (2002)
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Anthologies edited
   War and Peace (1983)
   From Mind to Mind (1984)
   Unknown (1988)
   Unknown Worlds (1988)
   Roads Not Taken (1998) (with Gardner Dozois)
   Into the New Millennium (2011)
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Non fiction show
 
Stanley Schmidt recommends
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Primary Inversion (1995)
(Skolian Empire, book 1)
Catherine Asaro
"An impressive first novel... Really new science that just might be possible."
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The Leaves of October (1988)
(Scattered Worlds)
Don Sakers
"Uniquely striking and beautifully handled."
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David's Sling (1988)
Marc Stiegler
"Should be required reading for all politicians."

Books containing stories by Stanley Schmidt
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Universal Enigma Anthology (2017)
Science Fiction Mystery
edited by
Ben Parris
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Into the New Millennium (2011)
Trailblazing Tales From Analog Science Fiction and Fact, 2000 - 2010
edited by
Stanley Schmidt

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Award nominations
2000 Nebula Award for Best Novelette (nominee) : Generation Gap [short story]
1999 Nebula Award for Best Novelette (nominee) : Good Intentions


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