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Kate Wilhelm


USA (1928 - )
Wife of Damon Knight

Kate Wilhelm is the author of more than thirty novels, including Defence for the Devil and No Defence and her fiction has been translated into many languages. She lives in Eugene, Oregon.
 
Series contributed to
Nebula Award Stories 9
 
Anthologies edited
Clarion
 
Non fiction
The Hills Are Dancing (1986) (with Richard Wilhelm)
Storyteller (2005)
The Hills Are DancingStoryteller
 
Anthologies containing stories by Kate Wilhelm
The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction 12th SeriesOrbit 2Rod Serling's Devils and DemonsNebula Award Stories 4
Nebula Award Stories 7Again Dangerous Visions Book 1The Golden RoadThe Science Fiction Hall of Fame Volume Four
The Road to Science Fiction 4: From Here to ForeverCountdown to Midnight: Twelve Great Stories About Nuclear WarNebula Awards 22Masters of Darkness 2
The Great SF Stories 19: 1957Nebula Awards 23Best New Horror 4The Norton Book of Science Fiction
The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: The 50th Anniversary AnthologyThe Giant Book of TerrorModern Classic Short Novels of Science FictionThe Ascent of Wonder
New Eves: Science Fiction About the Extraordinary Women of Today and TomorrowWomen of WonderThe Penguin Book of Modern Fantasy by WomenAngels!
Nebula Awards 30Visions of WonderWild WomenYear's Best SF 2
 
Short stories
The Mile-Long Spaceship [short story] (1957)
The Last Days of the Captain (1962)
The Man Without a Planet (1962)
A Time to Keep (1962)
Jenny with Wings (1963)
Baby, You Were Great (1967)Nebula (nominee)
Countdown (1968)
The Planners (1968)Nebula
The Hounds (1969)
April Fool's Day Forever (1970)Nebula (nominee)
A Cold Night Dark With Snow (1970)Nebula (nominee)
The Encounter (1970)Nebula (nominee)
The Infinity Box [short story] (1971)Nebula (nominee)
The Plastic Abyss (1971)Nebula (nominee)
The Funeral (1972)Nebula (nominee)
A Brother to Dragons, a Companion of Owls (1974)Hugo (nominee)
Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang [short story] (1974)
The Winter Beach [short story] (1981)Nebula (nominee)
With Thimbles, with Forks and Hope (1981)Hugo (nominee)
Sister Angel (1983)
The Dragon Seed (1985)
The Gorgon Field (1985)Nebula (nominee)
World Fantasy (nominee)
The Girl Who Fell into the Sky [short story] (1986)Nebula
Forever Yours, Anna (1987)Hugo (nominee)
Nebula
And the Angels Sing [short story] (1990)
The Day of the Sharks (1992)
Naming the Flowers [short story] (1993)Nebula (nominee)
I Know What You're Thinking (1994)Hugo (nominee)
Nebula (nominee)
All for One (1995)
Torch Song (1995)
Forget Luck (1996)
Merry Widow (1996)


Awards
Nebula Best Novel nominee (1966) : The Clone
Nebula Best Short story nominee (1968) : Baby, You Were Great
Nebula Best Short story winner (1969) : The Planners
Nebula nominee (1971) : April Fool's Day Forever
Nebula Best Short story nominee (1971) : A Cold Night Dark With Snow
Nebula nominee (1972) : The Encounter
Nebula nominee (1972) : The Infinity Box [short story]
Nebula Best Novel nominee (1972) : Margaret and I
Nebula nominee (1972) : The Plastic Abyss
Nebula nominee (1973) : The Funeral
Hugo nominee (1975) : A Brother to Dragons, a Companion of Owls
Hugo Best Novel winner (1977) : Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (1977) : Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang
Nebula Best Novel nominee (1977) : Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang
Nebula Best Novel nominee (1980) : Juniper Time
Hugo nominee (1982) : With Thimbles, with Forks and Hope
Nebula nominee (1982) : The Winter Beach [short story]
Nebula nominee (1986) : The Gorgon Field
World Fantasy nominee (1986) : The Gorgon Field
Nebula winner (1987) : The Girl Who Fell into the Sky [short story]
Hugo Best Short story nominee (1988) : Forever Yours, Anna
Nebula Best Short story winner (1988) : Forever Yours, Anna
Nebula nominee (1994) : Naming the Flowers [short story]
Hugo Best Short story nominee (1995) : I Know What You're Thinking
Nebula Best Short story nominee (1995) : I Know What You're Thinking


Kate Wilhelm recommends
Meet Me in the Moon Room
Meet Me in the Moon Room (2001)
Ray Vukcevich
"These stories cannot be compared to anyone else's. There is no one in the same class as Ray Vukcevich. The stories are uniquely, splendidly, brilliantly original, a surprise in each and every one, and brimming with wit and laugh-out-loud humor. A stunning collection."



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