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Spider Robinson

Spider Robinson is an American-born Canadian Hugo and Nebula award winning science-fiction author. Robinson’s writing career began in 1972 with a sale to Analog Science Fiction magazine: a story entitled The Guy with the Eyes. His writing proved popular, and his first novel, Telempath, saw print in 1976.

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Stardance: A dated double-award winner

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Stardance by Spider Robinson & Jeanne Robinson

Spider & Jeanne Robinson’s Stardance was first published in Analog in 1977 and won both the Hugo and the Nebula Awards for Best Novella. It was up against Vonda N. McIntyre’s Aztecs, John Varley’s In the Hall of the Martian Kings, Gregory Benford’s A Snark in the Night and Keith Laumer’s The Wonderful Secret. In 1978, Analog published a sequel called Read More