Warren Norwood

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Warren Carl Norwood
Born 1945
Died June 3, 2005
Weatherford, Texas
Occupation Science Fiction Writer, Soldier, Teacher
Nationality United States
Genre Science Fiction

Warren Carl Norwood (1945 – June 3, 2005) was an American science fiction novelist, teacher, and musician.

Norwood was a member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and was the author of 14 science fiction novels, most of them written during the 1980s.

When not writing, he was a longtime employee of Craig's Music in Weatherford, Texas. Norwood also taught writing at Weatherford College and Tarrant County College.

Military service and citations[edit]

A veteran of the Vietnam War, Warren received the Purple Heart, Bronze Star, and Army Commendation Medal.


Upon his untimely death, his manuscripts and papers, consisting of 53 boxes of material, were transferred to the University of North Texas Special Collections department in Denton.[1]


Norwood died of liver disease and kidney failure in Weatherford, Texas on Friday, June 3, 2005 at the age of 59.


  • 1982 An Image of Voices
  • 1983 Fize of the Gabriel Ratchets
  • 1983 Flexing the Warp
  • 1983 The Seren Cenacles (with Ralph Mylius)
  • 1984 Midway Between
  • 1984 Planet of Flowers
  • 1985 Polar Fleet
  • 1986 Final Command
  • 1987 Shudderchild
  • 1988 Trapped
  • 1988 True Jaguar
  • 1988 Vanished
  • 1989 Stranded
  • 1989 Refugee


The Double-Spiral War[edit]

  • Midway Between
  • Polar Fleet
  • Final Command

Time Police[edit]

  • Vanished
  • Trapped
  • Stranded
  • Refugee

The Windhover Tapes[edit]

  • An Image of Voices
  • Flexing the Warp
  • Fize of the Gabriel Ratchets
  • Planet of Flowers


  1. ^ Norwood archives at University of North Texas

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