Robert Reed

Robert Reed has had fifteen novels published. Since winning the first annual L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest in 1986 and being a finalist for the John W. Campbell Award for best new writer in 1987, he has had approximately 300 shorter works published in a variety of magazines and anthologies. Bob has had stories appear in at least one of the annual "Year's Best" anthologies in every year since 1992. Bob has received nominations for both the Nebula Award and the Hugo Award as well as numerous other literary awards. In 2007, he won his first Hugo Award for the 2006 novella "A Billion Eves".