Alexis A. Gilliland

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Alexis Arnaldus Gilliland (born August 10, 1931 in Bangor, Maine) is an American science fiction writer and cartoonist. He resides in Arlington, Virginia.

Gilliland won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in 1982, notably beating David Brin and Michael Swanwick for the honor. Gilliland has also won four Hugo Awards for Best Fan Artist (1980, 1983, 1984, 1985),[1] the Rotsler Award (Lifetime Achievement in Fan Cartooning) in 2006, and the Tucker Award (for Excellence in Partying) in 1988.

He and his first wife, Dolly (died 1991) hosted meetings of the Washington Science Fiction Association in his home approximately once a month from November 1967 until July 2006. In 1993 he married Lee Uba (née Elisabeth Swanson).[2]

  • Rosinante
    • Revolution from Rosinante (1981)
    • Long Shot for Rosinante (1981)
    • The Pirates of Rosinante (1982)
  • The End of the Empire (1983)
  • Wizenbeak (a fantasy trilogy)
    • Wizenbeak (1986)
    • The Shadow Shaia (1990)
    • The Lord of the Troll-Bats (1992)

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  1. ^ Hugo Award winners by year. Accessed 27 October 2008.
  2. ^ Alexis Gilliland's personal Web site. Accessed 16 November 2008.

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