Blue Champagne

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Aliases: Herb Boehm American science fiction writer John Varley was born and raised in Texas. After college, where John studied physics and English, he, by his own admission, changed four different jobs, but he did not stay in any of them for more than three months, because the only thing he really wanted was to write. John Varley is undoubtedly one of the most talented American science fiction writers, but alas, far from the most famous of them. Varley`s first novel [Ophiuchi Hotline] was published in 1977, although it was nominated for a number of fantastic awards (including Hugo and Nebula), but did not receive one. This later became the hallmark of his books. They were damn good, but too often they came across brilliant works as rivals. "I have lost more Hugo and Nebula awards than anyone else, with the possible exception of Robert Silverberg," the writer notes ironically. However, The Persistence of Vision and Press Enter were honored with Hugo and Nebula, and The Pusher was also awarded to Hugo.

Varley is a recipient of the French Apollo Prize and is the author of the novels "Titan", "Wizard" and "Demon", which make up the famous trilogy "Gaea", as well as a number of amazing stories and stories.

Unfortunately, the work of John Varley somehow mysteriously escapes the field of view of Russian publishers, so in Russia he is known primarily to Internet users, and, perhaps, to loyal subscribers of NF periodicals.

John Vreeli is married, he has three children, and also - loves his pets, including a dog, three cats and seahorses.

There was also a possum and an octopus, but the latter, alas, died.

As Varley himself says, he likes to write, read and, when he can afford it, travel He lived in Portland for a while, and then Together with his wife Enet he moved to the town of Eugene, where it rains incessantly in winter. © fantastika.by.ru

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Aliases: Herb Boehm American science fiction writer John Varley was born and raised in Texas. After college, where John studied physics and English, he, by his own admission, changed four different jobs, but he did not stay in any of them for more than three months, because the only thing he really wanted was to write. John Varley is undoubtedly one of the most talented American science fiction writers, but alas, far from the most famous of them. Varley`s first novel [Ophiuchi Hotline] was published in 1977, although it was nominated for a number of fantastic awards (including Hugo and Nebula), but did not receive one. This later became the hallmark of his books. They were damn good, but too often they came across brilliant works as rivals. "I have lost more Hugo and Nebula awards than anyone else, with the possible exception of Robert Silverberg," the writer notes ironically. However, The Persistence of Vision and Press Enter were honored with Hugo and Nebula, and The Pusher was also awarded to Hugo. Varley is a recipient of the French Apollo Prize and is the author of the novels "Titan", "Wizard" and "Demon", which make up the famous trilogy "Gaea", as well as a number of amazing stories and stories. Unfortunately, the work of John Varley somehow mysteriously escapes the field of view of Russian publishers, so in Russia he is known primarily to Internet users, and, perhaps, to loyal subscribers of NF periodicals. John Vreeli is married, he has three children, and also - loves his pets, including a dog, three cats and seahorses. There was also a possum and an octopus, but the latter, alas, died. As Varley himself says, he likes to write, read and, when he can afford it, travel He lived in Portland for a while, and then Together with his wife Enet he moved to the town of Eugene, where it rains incessantly in winter. © fantastika.by.ru