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C Stuart Hardwick is a Writers of the Future and a regular in Analog Science Fiction & Fact

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C Stuart Hardwick has won Writers of the Future and the Jim Baen Award, and is a regular in Analog, with appearances in 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.

Long Blurb (71 words)

C Stuart Hardwick is an L Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future winner, a Jim Baen Memorial Award winner, and a regular in Analog Science Fiction & Fact. He grew up traipsing the gullies and ghost towns of South Dakota and performing “radio dramas” on antique recording tape. He married an aquanaut, has built the odd flying machine, and has been known to wear a cape. Free stories available at cStuartHardwick.com

Short Bio (100 words)

C Stuart Hardwick is an Analog regular who’s won the Writers of the Future contest and the Jim Baen Memorial award as well as the Analab poll for his novelette, “For All Mankind.” An Air Force brat from South Dakota, he grew up on Black Hills treasure hunts and family stories like pages from a Steinbeck novel, making “radio shows” on an old tape recorder and animated shorts using Star Wars miniatures. He worked with the creators of the video game Doom, married an aquanaut, and has been known to wear a cape. For more 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 Jim Baen Memorial Award winner and numerous other honors. A regular in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, he’s 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.

A southerner from South Dakota, Stuart was weaned on Black Hills treasure hunts and family lore like pages from a Steinbeck novel. He spent his youth creating “radio shows” on antique recording tape, making stop-animated scifi films, and building ill-conceived flying machines. He worked for a while with the creators of the video game, Doom, married an aquanaut, and has been known to wear a cape.

Get more information and free, signed e-stories at cStuartHardwick.com.


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