Michael Flynn began selling science fiction in 1984, rapidly becoming a mainstay of Analog SF. His stories have also appeared in Asimov’s, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, and Weird Tales.
Author of eight novels and two story collections, Flynn is best known for the four-book Firestar series and the critically praised The Wreck of The River of Stars.
Flynn holds a master’s degrees in mathematics. (His first publication was an original theorem in general topology.) After several years as a quality engineer, he joined STAT-A-MATRIX, Edison, NJ, as a consultant in quality management, working with clients on five continents. He lives in Easton, PA, with his wife Margie. He has two grown children and three grandchildren.
FALLEN ANGELS with Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle
Tales of the Spiral Arm Series
Compton Crook Award, Best First Novel, IN THE COUNTRY OF THE BLIND
Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award, "House of Dreams"
Seiun Award (Japan), 1998, FALLEN ANGELS
The Heinlein Award, encouraging space exploration through novel