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George Zebrowski

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George Zebrowski
Born (1945-12-28) December 28, 1945 (age 75)

George Zebrowski (born December 28, 1945) is an American science fiction author and editor who has written and edited a number of books, and is a former editor of The Bulletin of the Science Fiction Writers of America. He lives with author Pamela Sargent, with whom he has co-written a number of novels, including Star Trek novels.

Zebrowski won the John W. Campbell Memorial Award in 1999 for his novel Brute Orbits.[1] Three of his short stories, "Heathen God," "The Eichmann Variations," and "Wound the Wind," have been nominated for the Nebula Award, and "The Idea Trap" was nominated for the Theodore Sturgeon Award.



  • The Omega Point (1972) [Omega Point #2]
  • The Star Web (1975)
  • Ashes and Stars (1977) [Omega Point #1
  • Sunspacer (1978)
  • Macrolife (1979)
  • A Silent Shout (1979)
  • Mirror of Minds (1983) [Omega Point #3]
  • The Omega Point Trilogy (1983)
  • The Stars Will Speak (1985)
  • Stranger Suns (1989)
  • Behind the Stars (1996)
  • Sunspacers Trilogy (1996)
  • The Killing Star (1996) with Charles Pellegrino
  • Brute Orbits (1998)
  • Cave of Stars (1999)
  • Empties (2009)

Star Trek novels


  • The Monadic Universe (1977)
  • Swift Thoughts (2002)
  • In the Distance, and Ahead in Time (2002)
  • Black Pockets: And Other Dark Thoughts (2006)

Anthologies edited

  • Human Machines: An Anthology of Stories About Cyborgs (1975) with Thomas Scortia
  • Tomorrow Today: No. 1 (1975)
  • Faster than Light (1976) with Jack Dann
  • Three in Space (1981) with Jack Dann and Pamela Sargent
  • Creations: The Quest for Origins in Story and Science (1983) with Isaac Asimov and Martin Greenberg
  • Nebula Awards 20 (1985)
  • Nebula Awards 21 (1986)
  • Synergy: New Science Fiction, Volume 1 (1987)
  • Nebula Awards 22 (1988)
  • Synergy: New Science Fiction, Volume 2 (1988)
  • Synergy: New Science Fiction, Volume 3 (1988)
  • Synergy: New Science Fiction, Volume 4 (1989)
  • Three in Time (1997) with Jack Dann and Pamela Sargent
  • Synergy SF: New Science Fiction (2004)


  • Beneath the Red Star: Studies on International Science Fiction (1996)
  • Skylife: Space Habitats in Story and Science (2000) with Gregory Benford



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