Bishop, Michael

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BISHOP, Michael

BISHOP, Michael. Also writes as Philip Lawson. American, b. 1945. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Science fiction/Fantasy, Plays/Screenplays, Poetry. Career: University of Georgia, Athens, instructor of English, 1972-74; freelance writer, 1974-. Publications: NOVELS: A Funeral for the Eyes of Fire, 1975, as Eyes of Fire, 1980; And Strange at Ecbatan the Trees, 1976, as Beneath the Shattered Moons, 1977; Stolen Faces, 1977; A Little Knowledge, 1977; Catacomb Years, 1979; Transfigurations, 1979; (with I. Watson) Under Heaven's Bridge, 1981; No Enemy but Time, 1982; Who Made Stevie Crye?, 1984; Ancient of Days, 1985; Philip K. Dick Is Dead, Alas, 1987; Unicorn Mountain, 1988; Count Geiger's Blues, 1992; Brittle Innings, 1994. NOVELS AS PHILIP LAWSON (with P. Di Filippo): Would It Kill You to Smile?, 1998; Muskrat Courage, 2000. POETRY: Windows & Mirrors, 1977; Time Pieces, 1998. STORIES: Blooded on Arachne 1980; One Winter in Eden, 1984; Close Encounters with the Deity, 1986; Emphatically Not SF, Almost, 1990; At the City Limits of Fate, 1996; Brighten to Incandescence, 2003. NOVELLAS: Apartheid, Superstrings, and Mordecai Thubana, 1989; Blue Kansas Sky, 2000. OTHER: Within the Walls of Tyre (screenplay), 1989. EDITOR: (with I. Watson) Changes (anthology), 1983; Light Years and Dark (anthology), 1984; Nebula Awards (anthologies), vols. 23-25, 1989-91. Address: Box 646, Pine Mountain, GA 31822, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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