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Kim Stanley Robinson

Born: 23-Mar-1952
Birthplace: Waukegan, IL

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Mars Trilogy

Wife: Lisa Howland Nowell (chemist, m. 1982, two sons)

    University: BA Literature, University of California at San Diego (1974)
    University: MA English, Boston University (1975)
    University: PhD English, University of California at San Diego (1982)

    World Fantasy Award 1983 for Black Air
    Hugo 1994 for Green Mars (novel)
    Hugo 1997 for Blue Mars (novel)
    Nebula 1986 for The Blind Geometer (novella)
    Nebula 1993 for Red Mars (novel)

Author of books:
Icehenge (1984, novel)
The Wild Shore (1984, novel, Three Californias)
The Memory of Whiteness (1985, novel)
The Gold Coast (1988, novel, Three Californias)
Pacific Edge (1990, novel, Three Californias)
A Short, Sharp Shock (1990, novel)
Red Mars (1993, novel, Mars Trilogy)
Green Mars (1994, novel, Mars Trilogy)
Blue Mars (1995, novel, Mars Trilogy)
Antarctica (1997, novel)
The Martians (1999, short stories, Mars Trilogy universe)
The Years of Rice and Salt (2002, novel)
Forty Signs of Rain (2004, novel, Science in the Capital)
Fifty Degrees Below (2005, novel, Science in the Capital)
Sixty Days and Counting (2007, novel, Science in the Capital)



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