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|March 31, 2008

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2009 Aurora Award nominee A sense of wonder that hasn't prevailed in American SF since the days of Heinlein." -Books in Canada This new collection by the man Anne McCaffrey calls "an absolutely marvelous writer" includes Hugo Award nominee "Shed Skin, Nebula…
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|July 1, 2020

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Robert J. Sawyer was born in Ottawa on April 29, 1960, but raised in Toronto. In 1980, while still in high school, Sawyer submitted a short story to the the Rochester Museum and Science Center, which was running a contest for light show ideas. Sawyer didn't win,…
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|December 1, 2020

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Robert J. Sawyer was born in Ottawa on April 29, 1960, but raised in Toronto. In 1980, while still in high school, Sawyer submitted a short story to the the Rochester Museum and Science Center, which was running a contest for light show ideas. Sawyer didn't win,…
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|March 25, 2014

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?Robert J. Sawyer is an absolute master of science fiction, and Red Planet Blues just adds more luster to his already towering reputation.? ?Mike Resnick, Hugo Award?winning coauthor of The Cassandra Project The name's Lomax?Alex Lomax. I?m the one and only…
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|October 1, 2013

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A spaceship lands outside the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. An alien being emerges and says, in perfect English, ?Take me to a paleontologist.? Hollus is traveling from star to star on a quest to scientifically prove that God exists. Tom Jericho, the human…

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Rereleased for Star Trek: The Original Series ’ 50th Anniversary, this in-depth analysis of the groundbreaking TV show features an updated introduction by Robert J. Sawyer and foreword by David Gerrold Trekkies and Trekkers alike will get starry-eyed over this…