Robert J. Sawyer

Hugo and Nebula Award-Winning Science Fiction Writer

RJS Decade in Review

by Rob - December 23rd, 2008.
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I had a need to pull together a document covering my professional achievements over the last 10 years. If anyone’s interested, that document is here as a PDF.

A few highlights:

In March 2008, Canada’s publishing trade journal Quill & Quire names Robert J. Sawyer one of the 30 “most influential, innovative, and just plain powerful people in Canadian publishing.”

Photo: Rob receiving the Galaxy Award — China’s top honour in SF — for “Most Popular Foreign Author,” August 2007.

Photo: Rob receives an Honorary Doctorate from Laurentian University, June 2007.

Photo: Rob receives the $2,500 Toronto Public Library Celebrates Reading Award at the black-tie Book Lovers’ Ball in February 2007.

Rob named editor of Robert J. Sawyer Books, the science-fiction imprint of Calgary’s Red Deer Press, September 2003.

Photo: Rob receives the Best Novel Hugo Award for Hominids, August 2003.

Robert J. Sawyer’s novel Flashforward, which goes on to become a series pilot for ABC TV, is published, June 1999.

The Robert J. Sawyer Web Site

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