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Kim Stanley Robinson

Kim Stanley Robinson (b. 1952) is an American writer who began writing science fiction stories with "Coming Back to Dixieland" and "In Pierson's Orchestra", both published in Orbit 18 (anth 1975) edited by Damon Knight. He initially published solely in shorter forms, releasing about ten stories before gaining his PhD in English at the University of California in 1982.

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