Cassutt, Michael (Joseph)
CASSUTT, Michael (Joseph)
CASSUTT, Michael (Joseph). American, b. 1954. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Air/Space topics, Biography, Reference, Science fiction/Fantasy. Career: KHYT Radio, Tucson, AZ, disc jockey and operations manager, 1975-78; CBS Television, Los Angeles, CA, positions included children's programming executive, 1979-85; freelance writer and television producer, 1985-. Scifi.com, columnist, 2000-. Publications: TELEPLAYS: Love, Sidney, 1982; Gloria, 1982; It's Not Easy, 1983; Alice, 1983-84; Dungeons and Dragons, 1985; Rocky Road, (syndicated), 1985; Misfits of Science, 1985; The Twilight Zone, 1985-87; CBS Storybreak, 1985; Centurions, (syndicated), 1986; Simon and Simon, 1986; The Wizard, 1987; Max Headroom, 1987-88; Beauty and the Beast, 1988; TV 101, 1988-89; WIOU, 1990; Eerie, Indiana, 1992; Sirens, 1993; Sea Quest, 1993; Strange Luck, 1995-96; Beverly Hills, 90210, 1997-98; Seven Days, 1999; Farscape, 2000; Stargate SG-1, 2000. OTHER: The Star Country (science fiction), 1986; Who's Who in Space (reference), 1987, 3rd ed., 1999; (author of intro) Valentin Lebedev, Diary of a Cosmonaut: Two Hundred Eleven Days in Space, 1988; Dragon Season (fantasy), 1991; (ed. with A. Greeley and M.H. Greenberg) Sacred Visions (science fiction anthology), 1991; (with D.K. Slayton) Deke! U.S. Manned Space: Mercury to the Shuttle, 1994; Missing Man (novel), 1998; Red Moon (novel), 2001. Contributor of short stories to periodicals and anthologies; contributor of nonfiction articles to periodicals and online sites. Address: 12241 Hillslope St., Studio City, CA 91604-3604, U.S.A.
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