Edward M. Lerner
As of 2012 he has fifteen published books: seven solo novels, three collections, and five novels co-authored with Larry Niven in the Known Space universe. The majority of Lerner's shorter works were originally published in Analog and (until it ceased publication) in Jim Baen's Universe.
His 2001 short story "Grandpa?" was made into a short film, The Grandfather Paradox, and shown at the 2006 Balticon Science Fiction convention where it won the Best Film Award. It was also a semifinalist at the 2006 Science Fiction Short Film Festival.
For over thirty years Edward M. Lerner worked in the aerospace and information technology industries while writing science fiction part time. He held positions at numerous companies such as Bell Labs, Hughes Aircraft, Honeywell, and Northrop Grumman. In February 2004, after receiving a book deal for Moonstruck, he decided to write science fiction full time.
- Probe, 1991.
- Moonstruck, 2005.
- Fleet of Worlds (with Larry Niven), 2007.
- Juggler of Worlds (with Larry Niven), 2008.
- Fools' Experiments, 2008.
- Destroyer of Worlds (with Larry Niven), 2009.
- Small Miracles, 2009.
- InterstellarNet: Origins, 2010.
- InterstellarNet: New Order, 2010.
- Betrayer of Worlds (with Larry Niven), 2010.
- Energized, 2012
- Fate of Worlds (with Larry Niven), 2012.
- "What a Piece of Work Is Man", Analog, February 1991.
- "Unplanned-for Flying Object", Analog, September 1994.
- "Settlement", Analog, January 2001.
- "Grandpa?", Analog, July/August 2001.
- "Presence of Mind", Analog, February 2002.
- "Iniquitous Computing", Analog, July/August 2002. Also contained in the collection Creative Destruction.
- "Survival Instinct", Analog, October/November 2002. Also contained in the collection Creative Destruction. This story is a sequel to Presence of Mind.
- "By the Rules", Analog, June 2003.
- "A Matter of Perspective", Artemis, Winter 2003.
- "Moonstruck", Analog, September - December 2003. Published in book form in 2005.
- "A Stranger in Paradise", Jim Baen's Universe, February 2007.
- "Inside the Box", Asimov's, February 2008.
- "Where Credit is Due". Analog 128 (10): 74–75. October 2008.
- "Small Business". Analog 129 (1&2): 84–95. January/February 2009.
- "A Time for Heroes". Analog 130 (6): 73–77. June 2010.
- "Blessed Are the Bleak", Analog, April 2011.
- "Energized", Analog, June - October 2011. Published in book form in 2012.
- "Time Out", Analog, January/February 2013.
- "Unplanned Obsolescence", Analog, January/February 2013.
- "Dark Secret", Analog, April - July/August 2013.
(Following are the original short-fiction and serial appearances; see above for subsequent novelizations.)
- "The Science Behind the Story: InterstellarNet", non-fiction piece.
- "Dangling Conversations", Analog, November 2000.
- "Creative Destruction", Analog, March 2001. Also contained in the collection Creative Destruction.
- "Hostile Takeover", Analog, May 2001.
- "Strange Bedfellows", Artemis, Science and Fiction for a Space-Faring Age, Winter 2001.
- "A New Order of Things", Analog, May–September 2006.
- "Calculating Minds", Jim Baen's Universe, April 2009.
- "The Matthews Conundrum", Analog, November 2013.
- Creative Destruction, published 2006, Wildside Press.
- The Day of the RFIDs
- Survival Instinct
- What a Piece of Work Is Man
- By the Rules
- Iniquitous Computing
- Catch a Falling Star
- Creative Destruction
- Countdown to Armageddon / A Stranger in Paradise, published 2010, Wildside Press.
- Frontiers of Space, Time, and Thought: Essays and Stories on The Big Questions, published 2012, FoxAcre Press.
- "Follow the Nanobrick Road". Analog 128 (9): 38–48. September 2008.
- Lerner, Edward (2006). Creative Destruction. Wildside Press. ISBN 9780809557486.
- Edward M. Lerner's page at Macmillan.com
- Bibliography at SciFan
- Edward M. Lerner's website
- Edward M. Lerner at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
- SF and Nonsense Edward M. Lerner's weblog
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