Capobianco served as President of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) from 1996–1998 and again from 2007-2008. He received the Service to SFWA Award in 2004.
He was married to the late science fiction author, Ann C. Crispin.
- Burster; July 1990. (ISBN 0-553-28543-2). Young man on colony ship sent back to Earth after mysterious radio silence.
By William Barton and Capobianco
- Iris, February 1990 (ISBN 0-385-26727-4) SF novel of colonists’ lives on a wandering gas giant.
- Fellow Traveler, July 1991 (ISBN 0-553-29115-7). SF novel of U.S./Soviet conflict over space travel.
- Alpha Centauri, July 1997 (ISBN 0-380-79282-6). Terrorists plague a colony ship that is mankind’s last hope.
- White Light, October 1998 (ISBN 0-380-79516-7). Two families travel to the heart of the universe and find a Tipleresque heaven.
- Official website
- Michael Capobianco at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
- Michael Capobianco at Library of Congress Authorities, with 5 catalog records
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