Edward M. Lerner
A physicist and computer engineer, Edward M. Lerner toiled in the vineyards of high tech for thirty years, as everything from engineer to senior vice president. Then, suitably intoxicated, he began writing full time. His novels range from near-future technothrillers, like Small Miracles and Energized, to futuristic mysteries, like The Company Man, to such traditional SF-adventure fare as Dark Secret, Deja Doomed, and his InterstellarNet series. Collaborating with Larry Niven, Lerner also wrote the space-opera epic Fleet of Worlds series. But Ed doesn't limit himself to novels. His writings on science and technology centerpiece Frontiers of Space, Time, and Thought: Essays and Stories on The Big Questions. In Trope-ing the Light Fantastic, he examines the science *behind* the fiction. Finally, much of Ed's short fiction has been collected in Creative Destruction, Countdown to Armageddon / A Stranger in Paradise, Muses & Musings, and -- most recently -- in The Sherlock Chronicles & The Paradise Quartet. Lerner's 2015 novel, InterstellarNet: Enigma, won the inaugural Canopus Award for interstellar-themed fiction. His writing has also been nominated for Hugo, Locus, and Prometheus awards.Read more Read less
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