Über den Autor
Bud Sparhawk has been a three-time novella finalist for the Nebula award: Primrose and Thorn (Analog, May 1996), Magic's Price (Analog, March 2001), and Clay's Pride (Analog, July/August 2004). His work has appeared in two Year's Best anthologies: Year's Best SF #11 (EOS), David Harwell-Editor) and The Years Best Science Fiction, Fourteenth Annual Collection, (St Martins Press, Garner Dozois - Editor.)
His novel Distant Seas (Fantastic Books) is available from Amazon and other booksellers as trade paperback and eBook. He has a mass market paperback novel: Vixen (Cosmos) and two print collections: Sam Boone: Front To Back (Foxacre Press, 2001) and Dancing with Dragons (Wildside Press, 2008). He has three e-Novels available through Amazon and other channels.
Bud's short stories have appeared frequently in Analog Fact/Fiction, less so in Asimov's, as well as in five Defending the Future and other anthologies, publications and audio books. He has put out several collections of some of his published works in ebook format.
A complete bibliography can be found at: http://budsparhawk.com. He also writes an occasional blog on the pain of writing at http://budsparhawk.blogspot.com.
Collection of related science fiction stories, most of which were originally published in ANALOG magazines, plus one original written for this volume. The stories are set among independent space pilots traveling between the moons and planets of our solar system, using believable near-future technology.