James P. Hogan
James P. Hogan (1941-2010) was born in London in 1941. After studying electrical and mechanical engineering at the Royal Aircraft Establishment College, Farnborough, UK, he graduated as an electronics engineer specializing in digital systems. Later he became a sales executive with such companies as ITT and Honeywell, and eventually a Sales Training Consultant with Digital Equipment Corporation's scientific computing group at Marlborough, Massachusetts.
He wrote his first novel in the mid 1970's and produced over 30 works of hard science fiction and nonfiction. In 1979 he became a full-time writer, moving to Florida, California, and finally to Ireland, where he died in 2010.
Code of the Lifemaker Series
Cradle of Saturn Series
Fiction and Nonfiction
TRUTH UNDER TYRANNY: SCIENCE'S IMPERMISSIBLE THOUGHTS
Prometheus Award from the Libertarian Futurist Society, VOYAGE FROM YESTERYEAR
Prometheus Award from the Libertarian Futurist Society, THE MULTIPLEX MA
Seiunn-sho Award (Japan), INHERIT THE STARS
Seiunn-sho Award (Japan), THE GENESIS MACHINE
Seiunn-sho Award (Japan), ENTOVERSE