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Robert J. Sawyer

Robert J. Sawyer is a full-time science-fiction writer living in Toronto. His The Terminal Experiment won the Nebula Award for Best Novel of 1995; his Starplex was the only novel to be nominated for the Hugo and Nebula Awards for Best Novel of 1996; he was 1998's only double Hugo Award nominee (best novel for Frameshift and best short story for "The Hand You're Dealt"); and his Hominids won the Hugo Award for Best Novel of 2003 (making him one of only 16 people who have won both a Best-Novel Hugo and a Best-Novel Nebula). In addition, Rob has won more Aurora Awards than any other English-language author, an Arthur Ellis Award from the Crime Writers of Canada, and the top SF awards in Japan (the Seiun), France (Le Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire), and Spain (Premio UPC de Ciencia Ficcion). Rob's most recent novels are Illegal Alien, Factoring Humanity, Flash-Forward, Calculating God, Humans, and Hybrids.

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