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Michael Flynn


(Michael Francis Flynn)
USA (1947 - )

Michael Flynn, sometimes published as Michael F. Flynn, works full time as a statistician and writes science fiction as a sideline. Nearly all of Flynn's work falls under the category of hard science fiction, although his treatment of it can be unusual since he has applied the rigor of hard science fiction to "softer" sciences such as sociology in works such as In the Country of the Blind. Much of his short fiction has appeared in Analog Science Fiction and Fact.
 
Anthologies containing stories by Michael Flynn

 
Short stories
Slan Libh (1984)
Eifelheim [short story] (1986)Hugo (nominee)
The Forest of Time [short story] (1987)Hugo (nominee)
Remembered Kisses (1988)
Mammy Morgan Played the Organ; Her Daddy Beat the Drum (1990)
Werehouse (1990)
Melodies of the Heart (1994)Hugo (nominee)
The Promise of God (1995)
Rules of Engagement (1998)


Awards
Hugo Best Novella nominee (1987) : Eifelheim [short story]
Hugo Best Novella nominee (1988) : The Forest of Time [short story]
Prometheus Award Best Novel winner (1991) : In the Country of the Blind
Prometheus Award Best Novel winner (1992) : Fallen Angels
Hugo Best Novella nominee (1995) : Melodies of the Heart
Prometheus Award Best Novel nominee (1997) : Firestar
Prometheus Award Best Novel nominee (1999) : Rogue Star
Prometheus Award Best Novel nominee (2001) : Lodestar
Prometheus Award Best Novel nominee (2002) : Falling Stars
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2004) : Wreck of the River of Stars
Prometheus Award Best Book nominee (2009) : The January Dancer



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