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Joe Haldeman


(Joe William Haldeman)
USA (1943 - )
Brother of Jack C Haldeman II

aka Robert Graham

Joe Haldeman has served twice as president of the Science Fiction Writers of America and is currently an adjunct professor teaching writing at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
 
Series contributed to
 
 
Anthologies edited

 
Non fiction
 
Anthologies containing stories by Joe Haldeman
Best SF: 1972 (1973)
     aka The Year's Best Science Fiction 6
The Best Science Fiction of the Year 2 (1973)
The Best from Galaxy, Volume III (1975)
Best SF: 1974 (1975)
     aka The Year's Best Science Fiction 8
Frights: New Stories of Suspense and Supernatural Terror (1976)
Nebula Award Stories 11 (1976)
Nebula Winners 12 (1978)
Frights 1 (1979)
The Best of Analog (1979)
Best Science Fiction Stories of the Year 1979 (1980)
Dark Forces (1980)
Random Access Messages of the Computer Age (1984)
Countdown to Midnight: Twelve Great Stories About Nuclear War (1984)
Nebula Awards 20 (1985)
The Year's Best Science Fiction Third Annual Collection (1986)
Masters of Darkness (1986)
Cutting Edge (1986)
A Century of Horror 1970-1979: The Greatest Stories of the Decade (1987)
Nebula Awards 21 (1987)
Space Wars (1988)
The Year's Best Fantasy First Annual Collection (1988)
Nebula Awards 23 (1989)
A Century of Fantasy 1980-1989 (1990)
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror Third Annual Collection (1990)
Nebula Awards 26 (1992)
Nebula Awards 27 (1993)
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror Sixth Annual Collection (1993)
The Norton Book of Science Fiction (1993)
The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: A 40th Anniversary Anthology (1994)
Universe 3 (1994)
The Year's Best Science Fiction Eleventh Annual Collection (1994)
Commando Brigade 3000 (1994)
Nebula Awards 29 (1995)
Excalibur (1995)
The Year's Best Science Fiction Twelfth Annual Collection (1995)
Far Futures (1995)
Wheel of Fortune (1995)
Space Soldiers (1996)
Off Limits: Tales of Alien Sex (1996)
Monster Brigade 3000 (1996)
Nebula Awards 30 (1996)
Year's Best SF (1996)
The Year's Best Science Fiction Thirteenth Annual Collection (1996)
Cybersex (1996)
Timegates (1997)
Cyber-Killers (1997)
Dancing with the Dark (1997)
UFOs: The Greatest Stories (1997)
The Playboy Book of Science Fiction (1998)
A Magic-Lover's Treasury of the Fantastic (1998)
Far Horizons (1999)
Future War (1999)
Nebula Awards Showcase 2000: The Year's Best SF and Fantasy Chosen by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (2000)
The Furthest Horizon (2000)












 
Short stories
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26 Days, on Earth (1972)
Counterpoint (1972)
Hero (1972)Hugo (nominee)
We Are Very Happy Here (1973)
Juryrigged (1974)
The Mazel Tov Revolution (1974)
A Mind of His Own (1974)
The Private War of Private Jacob (1974)
Summer's Lease (1974)
A Time to Live (1974)
To Howard Hughes: A Modest Proposal (1974)
Anniversary Project (1975)
End Game (1975)
You Can Never Go Back (1975)
Armaja Das (1976)
Tricentennial (1976)Nebula Awards (nominee)
Hugo
All the Universe in a Mason Jar (1977)
Blood Brothers (1979)
Blood Sisters (1979)
No Future in It (1979)
The Pilot (1979)
Lindsay and the Red City Blues (1980)
Seven and the Stars (1981)
A Tangled Web (1981)
Manifest Destiny (1983)
Saul's Death: Two Sestinas (1983)
More than the Sum of His Parts (1985)Nebula Awards (nominee)
Seasons (1985)
The Monster (1986)
DX (1987)
Time Lapse (1989)
The Hemingway Hoax [short story] (1990)World Fantasy (nominee)
Hugo
Nebula Awards
Homecoming (1990)
Passages (1990)
Beachhead (1991)
Eighteen Years Old, October Eleventh (1991)
If I Had the Wings of an Angel (1991)
Images (1991)
Graves (1992)World Fantasy
Nebula Awards
Job Security (1992)
Feedback (1993)
The Cure (1994)
Fire, Ice (1994)
None So Blind [short story] (1994)Nebula Awards (nominee)
Hugo
Atlantic City Blues (1995)
For White Hill (1995)
lines composed on a noisy plane to Atlantic City (1995)
Literary Cubism Saves the Universe (1995)
Come, talk (1996)
Sex on the Planet of the Trees (1996)
Sextraterrestrials (1996) (with Jane Yolen)
To the marriage of two kinds (1996)
From Forever Peace (excerpt) (1997)
Never Say Die (1997)


Awards
Hugo Best Novella nominee (1973) : Hero
Hugo Best Novel winner (1976) : The Forever War
Nebula Awards Best Novel winner (1976) : The Forever War
Hugo Best Novel nominee (1977) : Mindbridge
Hugo Best Short Story winner (1977) : Tricentennial
Nebula Awards Best Short Story nominee (1977) : Tricentennial
Nebula Awards Best Short Story nominee (1986) : More than the Sum of His Parts
Hugo Best Novella winner (1991) : The Hemingway Hoax [short story]
Nebula Awards Best Novella winner (1991) : The Hemingway Hoax [short story]
World Fantasy Best Novella nominee (1991) : The Hemingway Hoax [short story]
World Fantasy Best Short Story winner (1993) : Graves
Nebula Awards Best Short Story winner (1994) : Graves
Hugo Best Short Story winner (1995) : None So Blind [short story]
Nebula Awards Best Short Story nominee (1995) : None So Blind [short story]
Hugo Best Novel winner (1998) : Forever Peace
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel winner (1998) : Forever Peace
Nebula Awards Best Novel winner (1999) : Forever Peace
James Tiptree, Jr. Award Best Book winner (2004) : Camouflage
Nebula Awards Best Novel winner (2006) : Camouflage
Nebula Awards Best Novel nominee (2008) : The Accidental Time Machine


Joe Haldeman recommends
Crystal Phoenix
Crystal Phoenix (1980)
Michael Berlyn
"Grabs you by the throat and doesn't let go until the last page."
Drowning Towers
Drowning Towers (1987)
George Turner
"The best didactic novel since the dispossessed."
The Silk Code
The Silk Code (1999)
(Dr Phil D'Amato, book 1)
Paul Levinson
"Mixes up-to-the-minute biotechnology with ancient myth, science fiction with police procedure, and prehistory with the near future. It's an impressive debut."
Circle of Five
Circle of Five (2003)
(Cass Shipton, book 1)
Dolores Stewart Riccio
"Witty and fast-paced."

Overkill (2011)
(Orphan's Legacy, book 1)
Robert Buettner
"Buettner goes well beyond . . . military science fiction . . . he understands . . . living as a soldier - the boredom punctuated by terror, the constant anxiety and self-doubt, the random chaos that battle always is, and the emotional glue that holds together people who may have nothing in common except absolute responsibility for one another's lives."



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