Alexei Panshin

Alexei Panshin est un écrivain de langue anglaise et critique de littérature de science-fiction, né en 1940 à Lansing (Michigan, États-Unis).

Il obtient le prix Hugo du meilleur écrivain amateur en 1967 pour Heinlein in Dimension, une étude sur Robert Heinlein avec lequel il entretiendra toute se vie des relations orageuses ; le prix Nebula du meilleur roman en 1967 avec Rite de passage ; et le prix Hugo du meilleur essai en 1990 pour The World Beyond The Hill (1989), coécrit avec son épouse Cory Panshin (comme SF in Dimension, 1976).


Non traduits :

  • Heinlein in Dimension, Advent, Chicago, 1967.
  • SF in Dimension, Advent, Chicago, 1979.
  • The World Beyond The Hill, Tarcher, Los Angeles, 1989.

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