Eric James Stone

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Eric James Stone
Eric James Stone at CONduit 2007.png
Stone at CONduit 17 in 2007.
Born 1967 (age 46–47)
Occupation Author, editor
Genre Science fiction, fantasy, horror
Notable works "That Leviathan, Whom Thou Hast Made"
Notable awards Nebula Award for Best Novelette (2010)
Website
http://www.ericjamesstone.com/

Eric James Stone (born 1967) is an American science fiction, fantasy, and horror author. He won the 2004 Writers of the Future contest,[1] and has published in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, InterGalactic Medicine Show, and Jim Baen's Universe. His 2010 novelette, "That Leviathan, Whom Thou Hast Made," won the Nebula Award for Best Novelette[2] and was a finalist for the Hugo Award.[3]

He became the assistant editor for Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show in 2009.[4] He received a degree in political science at Brigham Young University[5] and went on to graduate from Baylor Law School. Stone currently lives in Eagle Mountain, Utah.

On November 21, 2012, Mr. Stone announced his engagement to Miss Darci Rhoades.[6]

Bibliography[edit]

2012

  • "Lobstersaurus", Analog Science Fiction and Fact (May 2012)

2011

  • “Girl Who Asks Too Much”, Daily Science Fiction (March 24, 2011)
  • “Rejiggering the Thingamajig” (audio & reprint), Escape Pod (January 27, 2011)
  • “Waiting for Raymond”, Daily Science Fiction (January 6, 2011)

2010

  • "Buy You a Mockingbird", Daily Science Fiction (December 14, 2010)
  • "The Greatest Science Fiction Story Ever Written", Nature (October 28)
  • "American Banshee", Blood Lite 2: Overbite anthology (September 2010)
  • "Bird-Dropping and Sunday", The Immersion Book of Science Fiction (September 2010)
  • "That Leviathan, Whom Thou Hast Made", Analog Science Fiction and Fact (September 2010)
  • "Attitude Adjustment" (Russian translation), ESLI (June 2010)
  • An Early Ford Mustang", Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show (June 2010)
  • "Attitude Adjustment" (reprint), The Year’s Best SF 15 (May 2010)
  • "Rejiggering the Thingamajig", Analog Science Fiction and Fact (January/February 2010)

2009

  • "Accounting for Dragons" (audio), PodCastle (October 2009)
  • "Attitude Adjustment", Analog Science Fiction and Fact (September 2009)
  • "P.R. Problems", Blood Lite anthology mass market paperback (October 2008)
  • "Like Diamond Tears From Emerald Eyes", Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show (July 2009)
  • "The Final Element", Analog Science Fiction and Fact (April 2009)
  • "In Memory" (reprint), Apex Magazine (January 2009)

2008

  • "The Robot Sorcerer", Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show (December 2008)
  • "Taint of Treason" (audio) & "Tabloid Reporter to the Stars" (audio), Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show anthology audiobook (November 2008)
  • "P.R. Problems", Blood Lite anthology trade paperback (October 2008)
  • "Taint of Treason” & "Tabloid Reporter to the Stars", Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show anthology (August 2008)
  • "The Ashes of His Fathers", Analog Science Fiction and Fact (May 2008)
  • "Accounting for Dragons", Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show (April 2008)
  • "Premature Emergence", Jim Baen’s Universe (February 2008)

2007

  • "Salt of Judas" (reprint), Prime Codex (May 2007)
  • "Tabloid Reporter to the Stars", Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show (February 2007)

2006

  • "Upgrade", Analog Science Fiction and Fact (December 2006)
  • “Loophole”, Warp & Weave (May 2006)
  • “Salt of Judas”, Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show (March 2006)

2005

  • “Taint of Treason”, Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show (October 2005)
  • “Resonance”, Analog Science Fiction and Fact (September 2005)
  • “Betrayer of Trees”, L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Volume XXI (August 2005)

2004

  • “The Man Who Moved the Moon”, All the Rage This Year: The Phobos Science Fiction Anthology 3 (September 2004)
  • “In Memory”, L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Volume XX (August 2004)

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