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Harry Turtledove


(Harry Norman Turtledove)
USA (1949 - )

aka Dan Chernenko, Eric G Iverson, H N Turteltaub

Harry Turtledove was born in Los Angeles in 1949. He has taught ancient and medieval history at UCLA, Cal State Fullerton, and Cal State L.A., and has published a translation of a ninth-century Byzantine chronicle, as well as several scholarly articles. He is also an award-winning full-time writer of science fiction and fantasy. His alternate history works have included several short stories and novels, including The Guns of the South, How Few Remain (winner of the Sidewise Award for Best Novel), the Great War epics: American Front and Walk in Hell, the Colonization books: Second Contact and Down to Earth, and American Empire: Blood and Iron. He is married to fellow novelist Laura Frankos. They have three daughters: Alison, Rachel, and Rebecca.
 
Series
Gerin the Fox
1. Were Blood (1979) (as by Eric G Iverson)
2. Werenight (1979) (as by Eric G Iverson)
3. Prince of the North (1994)
4. King of the North (1996)
5. Fox and Empire (1997)

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Hot War
1. Bombs Away (2015)
 
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Anthologies containing stories by Harry Turtledove




 
Short stories
Report of the Special Committee on the Quality of Life (1980) (as by Eric G Iverson)
Herbig-Haro (1984) (as by Eric G Iverson)
Hindsight (1984) (as by Eric G Iverson)
Archetypes (1985)
Bluff (1985) (as by Eric G Iverson)
Bluff (1985)
Hatching Season (1985)
Les Mortes d'Arthur (1985) (as by Eric G Iverson)
Noninterference (1985) (as by Eric G Iverson)
The R Strain (1985) (as by Eric G Iverson)
The Road Not Taken (1985)
Vilest Beast (1985) (as by Eric G Iverson)
And So to Bed (1986)
After the Last Elf Is Dead (1988)
Gentlemen of the Shade (1988)
The Last Article (1988)
Mebodes' Fly (1992)
Down in the Bottomlands [short story] (1993)Hugo
They'd Never - (1994)
Goddess for a Day (1995)
Must and Shall (1995)Hugo (nominee)
Nebula Awards (nominee)
Drang Von Osten (1999)
Forty, Counting Down (1999)Hugo (nominee)
Myth Manners' Guide to Greek Missology #1 (1999)
The Catcher in the Rhine (2000)
The Last Word (2000)


Awards
Hugo Best Novella winner (1994) : Down in the Bottomlands [short story]
Hugo Best Novella nominee (1996) : Must and Shall
Nebula Awards Best Novellette nominee (1997) : Must and Shall
Nebula Awards Best Novel nominee (1999) : How Few Remain
Hugo Best Novella nominee (2000) : Forty, Counting Down
Prometheus Award Best Book winner (2008) : The Gladiator
Prometheus Award Best Book nominee (2009) : Opening Atlantis
Prometheus Award Best Book nominee (2010) : Liberating Atlantis
Prometheus Award Best Book nominee (2010) : The United States of Atlantis


Harry Turtledove recommends
The Wild Blue and the Gray
The Wild Blue and the Gray (1991)
William Sanders
"THE WILD BLUE AND THE GRAY is a tragicomic alternate look at the first great catastrophe of the twentieth century. Laughter is often the only way to shield ourselves from pain that would otherwise be intolerable. Sanders understands this well--and also that, the more things change, the more they sometimes look the same."
Against the Tide of Years
Against the Tide of Years (1999)
(Island in the Sea of Time, book 2)
S M Stirling
"Amazingly real. The research is impeccable, the writing excellent"
Honoured Enemy
Honoured Enemy (2001)
(Legends of the Riftwar, book 1)
Raymond E Feist and William R Forstchen
"One of the most intriguing writers today in the field of historical and military science fiction"
Lion's Blood: A Novel of Slavery and Freedom in an Alternate America
Lion's Blood: A Novel of Slavery and Freedom in an Alternate America (2002)
(Lion's Blood, book 1)
Steven Barnes
"...goes to the heart of the human condition...one of the important novels of the year, and not to be missed."
Long Walks, Last Flights: And Other Strange Journeys
Long Walks, Last Flights: And Other Strange Journeys (2008)
Ken Scholes
"A hot new voice to watch for... Grab on now, because he's going places."
Lamentation
Lamentation (2009)
(Psalms of Isaak, book 1)
Ken Scholes
"Ken Scholes is a hot new voice to watch for on the interesting frontier between science fiction and fantasy. He has a keen eye for action and a keen ear for the sounds of the human heart. Grab on now, because he's going places."

36 (2012)
Martin Berman-Gorvine
"Read 36 as a well-written, scarily plausible if-this-goes-on novel. Or read it as a highly intelligent philosophical meditation. But whatever you do, read it."



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