Author Stepan Chapman (b.1951) died on January 27. Chapman began publishing short fiction in 1969 when his story “Testing…One, Two, Three, Four” appeared in Analog. He continued to publish short fiction and an occasional poem throughout his career, collected in Danger Music and Dossier. Chapman published his only novel, the Philip K. Dick Award winning The Troika, in 1997.
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