Tom Purdom

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Tom Purdom
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Tom Purdom in 2008, (photograph by Kyle Cassidy)
Born 19 April 1936
New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Occupation Novelist, Short-story Writer, Essayist
Genre Science fiction
Spouse Sara Wescoat Purdom

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Thomas Edward Purdom (born 1936) is a US writer best known for science fiction and nonfiction. His story Fossil Game was a nominee for the Hugo Award for Best Novelette in 2000. He has also done music criticism since 1988. His works have been translated into German, Chinese, Burmese, Russian, and Czech. He lives in Philadelphia.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

  • I Want the Stars (1964)
  • The Tree Lord of Imeten (1966)
  • Five Against Arlane (1967)
  • Reduction in Arms (1967)
  • The Barons of Behavior (1972)
  • Lovers & Fighters, Starships & Dragons, short fiction, forthcoming 2014

References[edit]

  1. ^ bio

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