|Stephen Allen Robinett|
July 13, 1941|
Long Beach, California
|Died||February 16, 2004
Los Angeles, California
|Pen name||Steve Hahn, Tak Hallus|
|Occupation||Novelist, Journalist, Lawyer|
Robinett's first publication appeared in the March 1969 edition of the magazine Analog Science Fiction and Fact: the novelette "Minitalent", which was published with his most-used pseudonym, Tak Hallus (which he claimed was Persian for "pseudonym"). By the mid-1970s, however, he had begun using his own name. He published two novels, Stargate and The Man Responsible during the mid-1970s, and continued to publish novels and short fiction until the early 1990s.
He also wrote extensively in the area of business journalism and was a lawyer licensed in the State of California.
- Mindwipe! (1976) (as Steve Hahn)
- Stargate (1976)
- The Man Responsible (1978)
- Final Option (1990)
- Unfinished Business (1990)
- Projections (1979)
- Silver, Steven H. "Obituary: Stephen Robinett". SF Site.