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William H. Patterson, Jr.


William H. Patterson, Jr. was a writer and independent scholar chosen by Virginia Heinlein to write the formal biography of Robert A. Heinlein, a six-year project published by Tor Books in two volumes. Patterson is the winner of the 2000 James Branch Cabell Prize, co-author of The Martian Named Smith: Critical Perspectives on Robert Heinlein's Stranger In a Strange Land, co-author of an article re-visioning Heinlein's career in light of For Us, the Living, in the Summer 2006 issue of Foundation and author of numerous papers and studies for The Heinlein Journal as well as a board member of the Heinlein Centennial celebration in Kansas City over the July 7th weekend in Kansas City.



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  • Hugo and Locus Award Nominated

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