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C Stuart Hardwick is a winner of Writers of the Future and other awards whose work has been called “Robert Heinlein meets Homer Hickam.”

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C Stuart Hardwick is a winner of the prestigious Writers of the Future contest and other awards whose work has appeared in Analog, Galaxy’s Edge, Andromeda Spaceways In Flight Magazine, Forbes.com and Mental Floss, among others. A southerner from South Dakota, he grew up writing radio plays and has been known to wear a cape.

Short Bio (100 words)

C Stuart Hardwick is a Writers of the Future winner and three-time Jim Baen Award finalist who’s been published in Analog, Galaxy’s Edge, Forbes.com and Mental Floss, among others. A southerner from South Dakota, Stuart grew up creating radio dramas and animated shorts before moving on to robots and ill-conceived flying machines. He’s worked with the creators of the video game Doom, married an aquanaut, and trained his dog to pull a sled.

Stuart studied writing at U.C. Berkeley, lives in Houston, and has been known to wear a cape. For more information and a free signed e-sampler, visit www.cStuartHardwick.com.

Longish Bio (200 words)
C Stuart Hardwick is a winner of the prestigious Writers of the Future Contest, the most prestigious short scifi and fantasy contest in the world. He’s also a two-time Jim Baen Memorial Award finalist, and a James White Award semi-finalist.

Stuart loves curries and Greek food, and is a real southerner — from South Dakota. Weaned on Black Hills treasure hunts and family lore like pages from a Steinbeck novel, Stuart spent his youth creating “radio shows” on antique recording tape, making stop-animated scifi films, and building ill-conceived flying machines. A science fair robot led to a career in software and technical writing, including a stint with the creators of the video game, Doom. Along the way, he married an aquanaut, got hugged by a manatee, and trained his Aussie dog to pull a sled.

Stuart’s work has been called “Bradbury meets Heinlein, with the poetry of Ursula K Le Guin.” He leans toward hard science fiction, but also writes fantasy and YA and champions all variations of genre.

Stuart studied writing at U.C. Berkeley, lives in Houston Texas, and has been known to wear a cape. For more information and a free signed e-story, visit www.cStuartHardwick.com.


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