Carl Frederick

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Carlton Frederick, better known as Carl Frederick, is a science fiction author living in Ithaca, New York.[1] He has written numerous short stories that have appeared in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight, Asimov's Science Fiction, Flash Fiction Online, Jim Baen's Universe, Space and Time, and other publications.[2][3] Frederick has been nominated for the Anlab, Analog's Reader's Choice Award, award six times.[4] Carl Frederick is a graduate of Odyssey Writing Workshop and a first-place winner of Writers of the Future.[5][6] Carl has a website where one can read about his physics endeavors, his bio, The Omnivor Robot, and etc: http://www.darkzoo.net/

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

Carl Frederick is the author of several independently published novels, some based on his Analog stories.

Short fiction[edit]

  • Frederick, Carl (Nov 2006). "Man, descendant". Analog. 
  • "Double helix, downward gyre" Analog 127/1&2 (Jan/Feb 2007)
  • "A higher level of misunderstanding" Analog 127/5 (May 2007)
  • "A zoo in the jungle" Analog 127/6 (Jun 2007)
  • "Yearning for the White Avenger" Analog 127/11 (Nov 2007)
  • "The engulfed cathedral" Analog 128/1&2 (Jan/Feb 2008)
  • "The Exoanthropic Principle" Analog 128/7&8 (Jul/Aug 2008)
  • "Vita longa" Analog 128/10 (Oct 2008)
  • "Greenwich Nasty Time" Analog 128/11 (Nov 2008)
  • "Lifespeed" Analog 129/3 (Mar 2009)
  • "Teddy Bear Toys" Analog 129/10 (Oct 2009)
  • "The universe beneath our feet" Analog 129/12 (Dec 2009)
  • "Narrow world" Analog 130/3 (Mar 2010)
  • "A sound basis for misunderstanding" Analog 130/4 (Apr 2010)
  • — (Sep 2011). "Helix of friends". Analog. 131 (9). 
  • — (Apr 2013). "The Lost Bloodhound Sonata". Analog. 133 (4): 69–81. 
  • — (Oct 2013). "Fear of heights in the Tower of Babel". Analog. 133 (10): 42–50. 

Non-fiction[edit]

  • Frederick, Carl (Jul–Aug 2008). "The challenge of the anthropic universe". Analog. 128 (7&8). 

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bio". Darkzoo.net. Retrieved 2010-08-26. 
  2. ^ "Carl Frederick - Summary Bibliography". Isfdb.org. Retrieved 2010-08-26. 
  3. ^ "Fiction". Darkzoo.net. Retrieved 2010-08-26. 
  4. ^ "The Locus Index to SF Awards: AnLab Poll Nominees List". Locusmag.com. Retrieved 2010-08-26. 
  5. ^ "Odyssey '00 Graduates". Sff.net. 2006-04-02. Retrieved 2010-08-26. 
  6. ^ "Writers of the Future Winners". 2005-03-15. Retrieved 2010-08-26. [dead link]

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