Carter Scholz (né Robert Carter Scholz, born 1953) is a speculative fiction author and composer of music. He has published several works of short fiction (collected in The Amount to Carry, 2003) and two novels (Palimpsests 1984, with Glenn Harcourt; Radiance: A Novel 2002). He has been nominated for the Hugo and Nebula Award for Best Novelette. He also co-wrote The New Twilight Zone episode "A Small Talent for War" and contributed stories to Kafka Americana.
He is married and lives in California.
- Carter Scholz at the Internet Movie Database
- Carter Scholz at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
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