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Robert Charles Wilson


Canada (1953 - )

Robert Charles Wilson lives in Toronto, Canada. His Darwinia was a Hugo finalist and won the Canadian national SF award for novel of the year; his latest novel, The Chronoliths, was a New York Times Notable Book.
 
Series
Spin
1. Spin (2005)
2. Axis (2007)
3. Vortex (2011)
 
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Anthologies containing stories by Robert Charles Wilson
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Short stories
Equinocturne (1975)
The Blue Gularis (1985)
Boulevard Life (1985)
State of the Art (1985)
A Knight of Antiquity (1986)
Ballads in 3/4 Time (1987)
Extras (1987)
The Perseids [short story] (1995)World Fantasy (nominee)
Nebula Awards (nominee)
The Inner Inner City (1997)World Fantasy (nominee)
Protocols of Consumption (1997)
Divided by Infinity (1998)Hugo (nominee)
The Observer (1998)
The Dryad's Wedding (2000)


Awards
Philip K Dick Award Best Book nominee (1986) : A Hidden Place
Philip K Dick Award Best Book nominee (1991) : A Bridge of Years
Philip K Dick Award Best Book winner (1994) : Mysterium
World Fantasy Best Short Story nominee (1996) : The Perseids [short story]
Nebula Awards Best Novellette nominee (1997) : The Perseids [short story]
World Fantasy Best Short Story nominee (1998) : The Inner Inner City
Hugo Best Novel nominee (1999) : Darwinia: A Novel of a Very Different Twentieth Century
Hugo Best Novellette nominee (1999) : Divided by Infinity
World Fantasy Best Collection nominee (2001) : The Perseids: And Other Stories
Hugo Best Novel nominee (2002) : The Chronoliths
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel winner (2002) : The Chronoliths
Hugo Best Novel nominee (2004) : Blind Lake
Hugo Best Novel nominee (2006) : Spin
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2006) : Spin
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2008) : Axis
Hugo Best Novel nominee (2010) : Julian Comstock: A Story of 22nd-century America
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2010) : Julian Comstock: A Story of 22nd-century America



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