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Gordon Rupert Dickson

Gordon Dickson lecturing
Born November 1, 1923(1923-11-01)
Died January 31, 2001 (aged 77)
Occupation Novelist, short story author
Genres Science fiction, Fantasy
Notable work(s) Childe Cycle

Gordon Rupert Dickson (November 1, 1923 – January 31, 2001) was an American science fiction author. He was born in Canada, then moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, as a teenager. He is probably most famous for his Childe Cycle and the Dragon Knight series. He won three Hugo awards and one Nebula award.

For a great part of his life, Dickson suffered from the effects of asthma.

Contents

Biographical timeline

Selected bibliography

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Childe Cycle

Dragon Knight series

Hoka series

Novels

  • Alien from Arcturus (1956) (expanded as Arcturus Landing)
  • Mankind on the Run (1956) (variant title: On the Run, 1979)
  • Time to Teleport (1960)
  • Naked to the Stars (1961)
  • Spacial Delivery (1961)
  • Delusion World (1961)
  • The Alien Way (1965)
  • The Space Winners (1965)
  • Mission to Universe (1965) (rev. 1977)
  • The Space Swimmers (1967)
  • Planet Run (1967) (with Keith Laumer)
  • Spacepaw (1969)
  • Wolfling (1969)
  • None But Man (1969)
  • Hour of the Horde (1970)
  • Sleepwalkers’ World (1971)
  • The Outposter (1982)
  • The Pritcher Mass (1972)
  • Alien Art (1973)
  • The R-Master (1973) (rev. as The Last Master, 1984)
  • Gremlins, Go Home (1974) (with Ben Bova)
  • The Lifeship (variant title: Lifeboat) (1977) (with Harry Harrison)
  • Time Storm (1977)
  • The Far Call (1978)
  • Home from the Shore (1978)
  • Pro (1978)
  • Masters of Everon (1980)
  • The Last Master (1984)
  • Jamie the Red (1984) (with Roland Green)
  • Steel Brother (1985)
  • The Forever Man (1986)
  • Way of the Pilgrim (1987)
  • The Earth Lords (1989)
  • Wolf and Iron (1990)
  • The Magnificent Wilf (1995)
  • The Right to Arm Bears (2000) omnibus of Spacial Delivery, Spacepaw, etc.

Short story collections

Children's books

  • Secret under the Sea (1960)
  • Secret under Antarctica (1963)
  • Secret under the Caribbean (1964)
  • Secrets of the Deep (1985) omnibus of the three above

Awards

Hugo Awards
  • "Soldier, Ask Not" for best short story, 1965
  • Lost Dorsai for best novella, 1981
  • "The Cloak and the Staff" for best novelette, 1981
Nebula Award
  • "Call Him Lord" for best novelette, 1966

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