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Kate Wilhelm
Born in 1928, Kate Wilhelm the author of more than thirty novels including Where Late the Sweet Bird Sang and The Unbidden Truth. Her work has been adapted for TV and film and translated into twenty languages. She has been awarded the Prix Apollo, Kurd Lasswitz, Hugo, Nebula, and Locus Awards. In... show more



Born in 1928, Kate Wilhelm the author of more than thirty novels including Where Late the Sweet Bird Sang and The Unbidden Truth. Her work has been adapted for TV and film and translated into twenty languages. She has been awarded the Prix Apollo, Kurd Lasswitz, Hugo, Nebula, and Locus Awards. In 2003, she was inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame. Her short fiction appeared in landmark anthologies such as Again Dangerous Visions, Orbit, The Penguin Book of Modern Fantasy by Women, and The Norton Book of Science Fiction. A cofounder of the Clarion Writers' Workhops, she continues to host monthly writing workshops in Eugene, Oregon.

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Birth date: June 08, 1928
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Tolle Lege!.
Tolle Lege!. rated it 4 years ago
The author only had a part of a story in her. She just can't get out of the confines of reality and write a full blown time travel story. You can tell she wanted to with this story but won't take the story where it should be going. Or maybe, she just wrote this story to fulfill a contract obligat...
Mining the Depths
Mining the Depths rated it 5 years ago
I almost wonder if there's something about audio-books that just don't work for me, but listening to A Wrinkle in Time is going perfectly well. So I'm going to just go with this book just doesn't work.
Book Trauma
Book Trauma rated it 6 years ago
My Mom passed this audio book to me thinking I might like it because it said it was fantasy, so it was with some trepidation that I started listening to it when I saw it was Reader's Digest production. I'm glad to say there were some great stories and most of the angels weren't happily flitting thin...
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it 6 years ago
Jean's father is a visionary, and he cajoles and convinces humanity to fund an international space station. But before the station is even finished, strange and tragic accidents start killing the astronauts and delaying the project. Jean's father is the last to die--after that, the station is moth...
Marvin's Bookish Blog
Marvin's Bookish Blog rated it 6 years ago
Sometimes the worst thing that can happen is to be successful. Because your next thing has to surpass your first success. Just ask the guy who came up with the idea of pet rocks.Ellison probably knows what I am talking about. Dangerous Vision was a raging success. It is still the definitive sci-fi a...
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