Letter From The Editor - Issue 69 - June 2019

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Interviews With The Fantastic
InterGalactic Interview With Michael Flynn
    by Darrell Schweitzer

Michael Flynn's work falls squarely within the category of "hard-SF," which means he pays attention to the science. Much of his short fiction has, unsurprisingly, appeared in Analog. His 1986 novella "Eifelheim," about an extra-terrestrial contact in 14th century Germany, was a Hugo finalist, as was the novel version of the novella's backstory in 2006. In translation, Eifelheim won the Priz Julie Verlanger (France) and the Seiun Award (Japan). His other work includes the Firestar series and the Spiral Arm series, as well as the stand-alone novels In the Country of the Blind and The Wreck of "The River of Stars," and three story collections. He has been nominated for the Hugo five times, and won the Prometheus Award and the Theodore Sturgeon Award. He collaborated with Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle on Fallen Angels, which won a Seiun Award. He was the first author to win the Robert Heinlein Medal, which is a lifetime achievement award given by the Heinlein Society for encouraging the development of human space travel.

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