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Michael Diamond Resnick (born Chicago, March 5, 1942), better known by his published name Mike Resnick, is a popular and prolific American science fiction author. He has 5 Hugo Awards and other awards in the USA, France, Japan, Spain, Croatia and Poland. As of 2007, he is first on the Locus list of all-time award winners, living or dead, for short fiction, and 4th on the Locus list of science fiction's all-time top award winners in all fiction categories. He is also a long-time participant in science fiction fandom. Resnick has been the Guest of Honor at some 35 science fiction conventions, and Toastmaster at a dozen others.




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