Norman Spinrad

Norman Spinrad

Norman Spinrad (born 1940) is a science fiction icon and the author of more than twenty novels which have been translated into over a dozen languages. His 1969 novel, Bug Jack Barron, was nominated for the Hugo and Nebula Awards and his short fiction collection, The Star-Spangled Future, was a National Book Award finalist. He has also written screenplays for American television series, including the original Star Trek. He lives in New York.

Updated September 14, 2022




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Speculative Fiction Books

2017 | fantasy, mainstream
2010 | science fiction
1999 | science fiction
1995 | science fiction
1993 | science fiction, cyberpunk
1991 | science fiction
1991 | science fiction
1988 | science fiction, short stories
1987 | science fiction
1985 | science fiction
1983 | science fiction
1980 | science fiction
1980 | science fiction
1979 | science fiction
1979 | science fiction, short stories
1978 | science fiction
1975 | science fiction, short stories
1972 | science fiction, alternate history
1970 | science fiction, short stories
1969 | science fiction
1967 | science fiction
1967 | science fiction
1966 | science fiction

Comics and Anthology

1971 | science fiction, anthology

Fictions and Others

2005 | historical, mainstream
2003 | historical, mainstream
1994 | thriller
1975 | mainstream