Effinger, George Alec
|Birthname||George Alec Effinger|
|born on||10 January 1947 at 15:48 (= 3:48 PM )|
|Place||Cleveland, Ohio, 41n30, 81w42|
|Timezone||EST h5w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||19°47' 10°04 Asc. 02°11'|
American writer of fiction and science-fiction, he wrote for Marvel Comics beginning in 1971. He produced his first novel in 1972, "What Entropy Means to Me." His body of work included novels, mysteries, thrillers and six short story collections in addition to his science-fiction and comic book writing. His novelette "Shrodinger's Kitten" earned him a Nebula Award in 1988 and a Hugo Award in 1989.
Efffinger suffered from ill health including a significant hearing loss for most of his life. He died April 27, 2002.
- Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1972 (First novel)
- Work : Prize 1988 (Nebula Award for best novelette)
- Work : Prize 1989 (Hugo award for best novelette)
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- Vocation : Writers : Fiction (Novelist, and short-story writer)
- Vocation : Writers : Sci-Fi/ Fantasy/ Horror (Sci-fi author)