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Free Fiction Friday: Paolo Bacigalupi

Paolo Bacigalupi is a frequent contributor to F&SF. His story “The Calorie Man” (Oct/Nov 2005) won the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award and was nominated for the Hugo Award. “The People of Sand and Slag,” which first appeared in our February 2004 issue, was a finalist for both the Hugo and Nebula Awards. A collection of Bacigalupi’s short fiction, Pump Six and Other Stories, was just published by Night Shade Books.

Paolo recently posted several of his stories online: “The Tamarisk Hunter,” “The People of Sand and Slag,” and “The Fluted Girl.” You can also listen to a podcast of Paolo reading “The People of Sand and Slag,” which was recorded recently at the SF in SF reading series in San Francisco.


One Response to “Free Fiction Friday: Paolo Bacigalupi”

  1. Science Fiction Short Stories 2007 « Auxiliary Memory on March 8th, 2008

    […] at the new F&SF blog John Joseph Adams has an entry “Free Fiction Friday:  Paolo Bacigalupi” that I hope becomes a regular feature of the blog.  So far JJA has three authors listed […]

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