Burstein, Michael A

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(1970-    ) US author, science teacher (with a Harvard degree and Boston University Master's in Physics) and science textbook editor who began to publish fiction of genre interest with "TeleAbsence" for Analog in July 1995, a Hugo finalist. He contributed several squibs to the same magazine's Probability Zero department (see Flash Fiction), beginning with "Sentimental Value" (October 1995 Analog). Further short work, chiefly Hard SF, has appeared in SF Magazine and Original Anthology venues ever since. Burstein won the John W Campbell Award for best new writer in 1997, and his stories – including two original to the collection – were assembled as I Remember the Future: The Award-Nominated Stories of Michael A. Burstein (coll 2008). The author has yet to publish a novel. [DRL]

Michael A Burstein

born New York: 27 February 1970

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