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.

Legacy[edit]

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]

Death[edit]

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

Bibliography[edit]

  • 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

Series[edit]

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

References[edit]

  1. ^ Norwood archives at University of North Texas

External links[edit]