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.

Links

Norman Spinrad's official website.
Norman Spinrad. Wikipedia.

Photo source: Wikimedia Commons.


Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee August 21, 2009
Book Covers
The Solarians
Agent of Chaos
The Men in the Jungle
Bug Jack Barron5.76
The Last Hurrah of the Golden Horde
The New Tomorrows
The Iron Dream6.46
No Direction Home
Passing Through the Flame
Riding the Torch
The Star-Spangled Future
A World Between
The Mind Game
Songs from the Stars
The Void Captain's Tale6.46
Child of Fortune
Little Heroes
Other Americas
Russian Spring
The Children of Hamelin
Deus X5.66
Pictures at 11
Journals of the Plague Years
Greenhouse Summer
The Druid King
Mexica
He Walked Among Us
The People's Police

Speculative Fiction Novels (23)


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 (1)


1971 | science fiction, anthology

Others non-spefi books (4)


2005 | history, mainstream

2003 | history, mainstream

1994 | thriller

1975 | mainstream