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Tony Daniel

Tony Daniel has been an academic (M.A. in English after dropping out of philosophy), a world traveler, a guru dispensing wisdom from his wilderness home in a derelict '49 Crown Supercoach bus, and, of course, a hell of a writer. Raised in Alabama and still in possession of his Southern-gentleman's accent, he's lived in Praha, Czechoslavakia; Vashon Island in Washington State; and St. Louis, and currently resides in New York. He's had multiple stories in Gardner Dozois' "Year's Best" anthologies, one of which, "Life on the Moon," won the Asimov's Reader's Poll Award for year's best story and was nominated for a Hugo. His new novel Metaplanetary, an expansion of his novella "Grist," came out in spring of 2001, and it will soon be followed by the sequel Superluminary.

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A Dry, Quiet War
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Genre: Science Fiction
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All Henry Bone wanted was what his service in the war had earned him: the chance to go home. But when the glims arrive, he's forced to choose: let those he loves be destroyed, or, in saving them, relive his own terrible, ineluctable future. More



The Robot's Twilight Companion
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Tony Daniel
Genre: Science Fiction
Word Count: 123,000
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A hero returns home from the end of time, and must ignore a savage band of outlaws or risk everything for which he's struggled. A derelict man-god holds the only hope against a tyrant whose influence reaches the molecular level of the solar system. And at the twilight of the millennium, the pressurized geology and politics of Washington state build toward eruption as a mining robot gains human understanding. These are just a few of the excellent, idiosyncratic stories presented here by one of the very best new professionals in science fiction. More