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Robert Reed


USA (1956 - )

Robert Reed was born in Omaha, Nebraska on October 9, 1956. He attended Benson High there, and then Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, Nebraska, where he received a B.S. in Biology in 1987. Bob worked as a lab technician at NWU from 1979 to 1980, and at Mapes Industries in Lincoln from 1978 to 1987. Since 1987, he has been prolific enough to make his living as a full-time science fiction writer.
 
Anthologies containing stories by Robert Reed
Universe 16New Destinies, Vol. VIIIThe Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: A 40th Anniversary AnthologyThe Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: The 50th Anniversary Anthology
The Year's Best Science Fiction Eleventh Annual CollectionThe Year's Best Science Fiction Twelfth Annual CollectionThe Year's Best Science Fiction Thirteenth Annual CollectionThe Year's Best Fantasy and Horror Ninth Annual Collection
The Mammoth Book of Best New Science Fiction 11th Annual CollectionThe Year's Best Science Fiction Fourteenth Annual CollectionYear's Best SF 2Isaac Asimov's Moons
Dying for ItThe Year's Best Science Fiction Sixteenth Annual CollectionThe Year's Best Science Fiction Fifteenth Annual CollectionThe Good New Stuff
Isaac Asimov's ValentinesYear's Best SF 4Bangs and Whimpers: Stories About the End of the WorldThe Furthest Horizon
Aliens Among UsThe Year's Best Science Fiction Seventeenth Annual Collection
 
Short stories
Treading in the Afterglow (1985)
Totipotent (1989)
The Utility Man (1990)Hugo (nominee)
Burger Love (1992)
Coffins (1992)
Guest of Honor [short story] (1993)
Sister Alice [short story] (1993)
The Remoras (1994)
Mrs Greasy (1995)
A Place with Shade (1995)
Waging Good (1995)
Chrysalis (1996)Nebula (nominee)
Decency (1996)Hugo (nominee)
First Tuesday (1996)
Killing the Morrow (1996)
Goo Fish (1997)
Marrow [short story] (1997)Hugo (nominee)
The Cuckoo's Boys [short story] (1998)
Mother Death (1998)
Savior (1998)
Whiptail (1998)Hugo (nominee)
Winemaster (1999)


Awards
Hugo Best Short story nominee (1991) : The Utility Man
Hugo Best Short story nominee (1997) : Decency
Hugo nominee (1998) : Marrow [short story]
Nebula nominee (1998) : Chrysalis
Hugo Best Short story nominee (1999) : Whiptail



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