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William Wu

A book by William Wu

William F.

Wu (born 1951 in Kansas City, Missouri) is a Chinese-American science fiction writer. He wrote his first story in 1977. Since then, Wu has published thirteen novels, one scholarly work, and a collection of short stories. His more than fifty published short stories have been nominated twice for the Hugo Prize: individually and once as a contributor to the Writers` Anthology; his work has been nominated for the Nebula Award twice and once for the World Fantasy Award. He wrote novels using the Three Laws of Robotics, invented by Isaac Asimov.  Wikipedia ...

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William F. Wu (born 1951 in Kansas City, Missouri) is a Chinese-American science fiction writer. He wrote his first story in 1977. Since then, Wu has published thirteen novels, one scholarly work, and a collection of short stories. His more than fifty published short stories have been nominated twice for the Hugo Prize: individually and once as a contributor to the Writers` Anthology; his work has been nominated for the Nebula Award twice and once for the World Fantasy Award. He wrote novels using the Three Laws of Robotics, invented by Isaac Asimov.  Wikipedia