About Kelly:

James Patrick Kelly (born 1951 in Mineola, New York) is a Hugo- and Nebula-award winning American science fiction author who began publishing in the 1970s and remains to this day an important figure in the SF field. Kelly made his first fiction sale in 1975, and has since been a major force in the science fiction field. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame in 1972, with a B.A. in English Literature. After graduating college, he worked as a full-time proposal writer until 1977. He attended the science fiction workshop, Clarion, twice; once in 1974 and again in 1976. Throughout the 1980s, he and friend John Kessel became involved in the humanist/cyberpunk debate. While Kessel and Kelly were both humanists, Kelly also wrote several cyberpunk-like stories, such as “The Prisoner of Chillon” (1985) and “Rat” (1986). His story “Solstice” (1985) was published in Bruce Sterling’s seminal anthology MirrorShades: The Cyberpunk Anthology. Kelly has been awarded several of science fiction’s highest honors. He won the Hugo Award for his novelette “Think Like a Dinosaur” (1995) and again for his novelette “10^16 to 1” (1999). His 2005 novella, “Burn,” won the 2006 Nebula Award. Other stories by him have won the Asimov’s Reader’s Poll and the SF Chronicle Award. He is frequently on the final ballot for the Nebula Award, the Locus Poll Award and the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award. He frequently teaches and participates in science fiction workshops, such as Clarion and The Sycamore Hill Writer’s Workshop. He has served on the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts since 1998 and chaired the council in 2004. He is a frequent contributor to Asimov’s Science Fiction, and for the past several years has contributed a non-fiction column to Asimov’s, “On the Net.” He has had a story in the June issue of Asimov’s for the past twenty years. Most recently, his stand-alone novella, Burn, published by Tachyon Publications, won the 2006 Nebula Award for Best Novella. Source: Wikipedia

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