Paul Di Filippo

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Paul Di Filippo
Paul Di Filippo 2009.jpg
Born October 29, 1954
Woonsocket, Rhode Island[1]
Occupation Writer
Nationality American
Genre Science fiction

Paul Di Filippo (born October 29, 1954 in Woonsocket, Rhode Island) is an American science fiction writer.[2] He has been published in Postscripts. He is also a regular reviewer for print magazines Asimov's Science Fiction, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Science Fiction Eye, The New York Review of Science Fiction, Interzone, and Nova Express, as well as online at Science Fiction Weekly. He is a member of the Turkey City Writer's Workshop. Along with Michael Bishop, Di Filippo has published a series of novels under the pseudonym Philip Lawson.

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Ciphers: A Post-Shannon Rock 'N' Roll Mystery (1997)
  • Would It Kill You to Smile? (as Philip Lawson, with Michael Bishop) (1998)
  • Joe's Liver (2000)
  • Muskrat Courage (as Philip Lawson, with Michael Bishop) (2000)
  • A Mouthful of Tongues: Her Totipotent Tropicanalia (2002) (erotica)
  • A Year in the Linear City (2002) (novella)
  • Fuzzy Dice (2003)
  • Spondulix (2004)
  • Harp, Pipe, And Symphony (2004)
  • Creature from the Black Lagoon: Time's Black Lagoon (2006)
  • Cosmocopia (2008)
  • Roadside Bodhisattva (2010)
  • A Princess of the Linear Jungle (2011)

Collections[edit]

  • The Steampunk Trilogy (1995)
  • Destroy All Brains! (1996)
  • Ribofunk (1996)
  • Fractal Paisleys (1997)
  • Lost Pages (1998)
  • Strange Trades (2001)
  • Little Doors (2002)
  • Babylon Sisters (2002)
  • Neutrino Drag (2004)
  • The Emperor of Gondwanaland (2005)
  • Shuteye for the Timebroker (2006)
  • Plumage From Pegasus (2006)
  • Harsh Oases (2009)
  • After the Collapse (2011)
  • WikiWorld (2013)[3]

Comic book series[edit]

Essays[edit]

  • How to Write Science Fiction, 40k, ebook edition (2011)
  • Science Fiction: The 101 Best Novels 1985-2010, co-authored with Damien Broderick (2012)

Selected short stories[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Silver, Steven (2014-09-10). "An Interview with Paul di Filippo, Early Steampunk Adopter". Amazing Stories. Retrieved 2014-09-10. 
  2. ^ "Paul Di Filippo, 1954-". Contemporary Authors. Autobiography Series. V. 29. 1998. pp. 79–99. 
  3. ^ "Paul Di Filippo - WikiWorld cover art and synopsis reveal". Upcoming4.me. Retrieved 2013-06-13. 

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