Short Stories

Short Stories

Greg Egan

Language: English


Published: Aug 15, 2003

Words: 897705
Pages: 3312


Greg Egan was born in Perth, Australia, in 1961. He has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of Western Australia. He has worked as a computer programmer in medical research and is currently writing full-time. He has published over fifty short stories in magazines and anthologies, six novels, and three collections of stories. His novella "Oceanic" won the Hugo Award, the Locus Award, and the Asimov's Readers Award for best novella of 1998. His novel "Permutation City" won the 1995 John W. Campbell Memorial Award. Computer-generated illustrations for some of his work can be found on the internet at Volume 2 of "Greg Egan: Short Stories" contains Locus Poll Award nominees "Reasons to be Cheerful" and "Our Lady of Chernobyl" and more excellent short works, in the science fiction genre.