Nebraska Center for Writers
ROBERT REED


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ROBERT REED is a science fiction writer living in Lincoln, Nebraska. A graduate of Omaha's Benson High and Nebraska Wesleyan University, where he majored in biology, he worked at several jobs before becoming successful, including as a lab technician and a factory worker. He is the author of over ten novels and over 110 shorter works of fiction. He won the L Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest in 1986 (under the pen name Robert Touzalin) and has been nominated many times for the Nebula and Hugo Awards. In 2007 he won the Hugo Award for his novella A Billion Eves. His short story "Eight Episodes" won third place for the Hugo in the short story category.



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