Robert Charles Wilson

Robert Charles Wilson is one of Canada’s most respected science fiction writers, with fourteen novels, numerous short stories, and several non-fiction pieces to his credit. Among his many honours are Aurora Awards for Darwinia, Blind Lake, and “The Perseids”; the Philip K Dick award for Mysterium; the John W Campbell Memorial Award for The Chronoliths; and the Hugo Award for Spin. Stephen King identifies him as “probably the finest science-fiction author now writing.” His new novel, Julian Comstock: A Story of 22nd-Century America (Tor), grew out of the novella Julian: A Christmas Story, a finalist for the 2007 Hugo Award. Wilson lives in Concord ON.