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martes, julio 10, 2007

Premio Cordwainer Smith para Daniel F. Galouye

La Cordwainer Smith Foundation ha anunciado que ha concedido el premio Redescurimiento Cordwainer Smith al escritor Daniel F. Galouye. Este galardón se otorga a autores del género de valía y reconocidos en su época, pero que con el paso del tiempo han sido olvidados.
Desde 2001, fecha de instauración del premio se ha galardonado a Olaf Stapledon, RA Lafferty, Edgar Pangborn, Henry Kuttner y CL Moore, Leigh Brackett y Willian Hope Hogdson.
Daniel F. Galouye (1920-1976) publicó varias novelas y más de 60 relatos. Sus obras más celebres son Mundo Tenebroso, por la que quedó finalista del Hugo, y Mundo simulado, de la que se hizo una versión cinematográfica hace unos años con el título de Nivel 13, y otra televisiva en los años 70 dirigida por Fassbinder. Otras novelas suyas son: La percepción perdida y Después de la 3ª Guerra Mundial.
Para más información sobre su bibliografía:
(Fuente: SF Wire)

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