Bill Johnson (author)

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Bill Johnson (born in the late 1950s in South Dakota) is a science fiction writer whose works often have a "regional" tone influenced by his South Dakota origins. This is particularly true of his story "We Will Drink a Fish Together," which in 1998 won the Hugo Award for Best Novelette. His 1999 collection is called Dakota Dreamin.

Outside of science fiction he has a wife, two kids: Kim and Michael, and is a business intelligence specialist in Illinois.

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  • Dozois, Gardner. The Year's Best Science Fiction: Fifteenth Annual Edition, St. Martin's Press, page 122

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