HUGO AWARD-WINNING SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY MAGAZINE
2011 Hugo Award Nominee, 2010 BSFA Award Finalist, 2010 Shirley Jackson Award Nominee, 2010 Parsec Award Finalist for Best Speculative Fiction Story, 2011 Finalist: the Locus Award for Best Short Story, 2011 Theodore Sturgeon Award Nominee
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Peter Watts--author of Blindsight, Echopraxia, and the Rifters Trilogy, among other things--seems especially popular among people who don't know him. At least, he wins most of his awards overseas except for a Hugo (won thanks to fan outrage over an altercation with Homeland Security) a Jackson (won thanks to fan sympathy over nearly dying from flesh-eating disease), and a couple of dick-ass Canadian awards you've probably never heard of. Blindsight is a core text for university courses ranging from Philosophy to Neuropsychology, despite an unhealthy focus on space vampires. Watts's work is available in eighteen languages.
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