In Other Worlds

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American writer Alfred Angelo Attanasio was born in 1951 in Newark, New Jersey and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a degree in philology. After defending his dissertation at Columbia University in New York, Attanasio completely switched to literary activity. In science fiction, he made his debut with the short story "Loop Garou" (1975). Since then, the writer, many of whose works - both sci-fi and fantasy - are characterized by critics as "magical realism" in the spirit of Borges and Marquez, has published more than two dozen short stories and novellas. They have compiled two collections - Signs of the Beast (1984) and Twice Dead (2006). In addition, Attanasio penned seven novels: "Kingdom of the Grail" (1992), "Wife of the Moon" (1993) and others; trilogy "Irt Dominions" and two tetralogies - "Artor" and "Source". Attanasio was nominated for the Nebula Prize for his sci-fi novel The Source (1981) and the World Fantasy Prize for The Hunt for the Dancing Ghost (...

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American writer Alfred Angelo Attanasio was born in 1951 in Newark, New Jersey and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a degree in philology. After defending his dissertation at Columbia University in New York, Attanasio completely switched to literary activity. In science fiction, he made his debut with the short story "Loop Garou" (1975). Since then, the writer, many of whose works - both sci-fi and fantasy - are characterized by critics as "magical realism" in the spirit of Borges and Marquez, has published more than two dozen short stories and novellas. They have compiled two collections - Signs of the Beast (1984) and Twice Dead (2006). In addition, Attanasio penned seven novels: "Kingdom of the Grail" (1992), "Wife of the Moon" (1993) and others; trilogy "Irt Dominions" and two tetralogies - "Artor" and "Source". Attanasio was nominated for the Nebula Prize for his sci-fi novel The Source (1981) and the World Fantasy Prize for The Hunt for the Dancing Ghost (1991). In recent years, the writer has lived permanently in Honolulu (Hawaii).