Nathan Lowell

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Nathan Lowell
BornNathan Lowell
(1952-10-12) October 12, 1952 (age 66)
Portland, Maine, United States
OccupationNovelist
GenreScience fiction
Notable worksThe Golden Age of the Solar Clipper
Website
nathanlowell.com

Nathan Lowell is a science fiction writer mostly known for his The Golden Age of the Solar Clipper series.

Dr. Nathan Lowell holds a Ph.D. in Educational Technology with specializations in Distance Education and Instructional Design. He also holds an M.A. in Educational Technology and a BS in Business Administration. He grew up on the south coast of Maine and is strongly rooted in the maritime heritage of the sea-farer. He served in the USCG from 1970 to 1975, seeing duty aboard a cutter on hurricane patrol in the North Atlantic and at a communications station in Kodiak, Alaska. He currently lives in the plains east of the Rocky Mountains with his wife and two daughters.[1][2]

In an interview with Lindsay Buroker, he explains that he started his publishing as a self-published author at podiobooks in 2007, but later signed with Ridan Publishing.[3]

Lowell has won the PARSEC Awards two times, in 2010 for the Captain's Share and 2011 for Owner's Share.

Bibliography[edit]

Trader's Tales From the Golden Age Of The Solar Clipper[edit]

  1. Quarter Share
  2. Half Share
  3. Full Share
  4. Double Share
  5. Captain's Share
  6. Owner's Share

Tanyth Fairport Adventures[edit]

  1. Ravenwood
  2. Zypheria's Call
  3. The Hermit of Lammas Wood

Tales From The Deep Dark[edit]

  • A Light In The Dark

Tales From The Archives Short Stories[edit]

  • The Astonishing Amulet of Amenartas

Shaman’s Tales From the Golden Age Of The Solar Clipper[edit]

  1. South Coast

Seeker’s Tales From The Golden Age Of The Solar Clipper[edit]

  1. In Ashes Born
  2. To Fire Called
  3. By Darkness Forged (coming soon)

Smuggler's Tales from the Golden Age of the Solar Clipper[edit]

  1. Milk Run
  2. Suicide Run
  3. Home Run

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Space Opera Without Explosions: Nathan Lowell's Solar Clipper Series". Wired.
  2. ^ "Amazon.com: Nathan Lowell: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle". Amazon.com.
  3. ^ "How Full-time Ebook Author Nathan Lowell Got Start with Podiobooks - Lindsay Buroker" – via www.lindsayburoker.com.

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