William F. Wu
William F. Wu has been a five-time nominee for the Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy Awards. He is the author of the six-volume young adult science fiction series Isaac Asimov's Robots in Time and the rollicking, satiric cyber-western Hong on the Range, among many other books. He is best known for his contemporary fantasy stories, such as "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium," a multiple-award nominee that was adapted into an episode of the Twilight Zone, and reprinted for the ninth time in A Century of Fantasy: Best Stories of the Decade, 1980-1989, edited by Robert Silverberg. ScorpiusDigital publishes A Temple of Forgotten Spirits, a collection of his Jack Hong stories, and his Wild West cybernovel, Hong on the Range.
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