Wil McCarthy

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Wil McCarthy
Born (1966-09-16) September 16, 1966 (age 47)
Princeton, New Jersey
Occupation President, RavenBrick LLC
Language English
Nationality American
Genres Science fiction
Subjects Science and technology

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Wil McCarthy (born September 16, 1966, Princeton, New Jersey) is a science fiction novelist, president and co-founder of RavenBrick (a solar technology company),[1] and the science columnist for Syfy. He currently resides in Colorado.[2]

Wil McCarthy popularized the Wellstone, or Programmable matter concept.

Books[edit]

Non-fiction[edit]

Novels[edit]

The Waisters[edit]

The Queendom of Sol[edit]

For more details on this topic, see The Queendom of Sol.

Short works[edit]

  • "Amerikano Hiaika", Aboriginal SF, May/June 1991.
  • "Dirtyside Down", Universe 3, 1994.
  • "The Dream of Houses", Analog, November 1995. Locus recommended reading list.
  • "The Dream of Castles", Analog, April 1997.
  • "The Dream of Nations", Analog, October 1998. Locus recommended reading list.
  • "Once Upon a Matter Crushed", Science Fiction Age, May 1999. Theodore Sturgeon Award Nominee. Locus recommended reading list. Became the first portion of The Collapsium.
  • "No Job Too Small", Aboriginal SF, Spring 2001.
  • "Pavement Birds", Analog, July/August 2002.
  • "Garbage Day", Analog, December 2002. Became part of The Wellstone.

Radio plays[edit]

Non-fiction[edit]

Print[edit]

Radio appearances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ RavenBrick management team, RavenBrick LLC, retrieved 2012-04-16 
  2. ^ 'Bloom' author biography. Random House. Retrieved 2008-03-23. 
  3. ^ Sean Stewart, I love bees information page, retrieved 2012-04-18 
  4. ^ Wil McCarthy at the Internet Movie Database
  5. ^ Programmable Matter, Coast to Coast AM, April 18, 2003 
  6. ^ Quantum Dots, Coast to Coast AM, April 26, 2004 

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