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Bear, Greg, 1951-

LC control no.n 82118842
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPS3552.E157
Personal name headingBear, Greg, 1951-
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Variant(s)בר, גרג, 1951-
LocatedWashington (State)
Birth date19510820
Death date2022-11-19
Place of birthSan Diego (Calif.)
Field of activityScience fiction Fantasy fiction Writing
AffiliationAssociation of Science Fiction Artists
San Diego Comic-Con
Profession or occupationAuthors Illustrators
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Found inHis The wind from a burning woman, c1983: CIP t.p. (Greg Bear) data sheet (b. 8/20/51)
Wikipedia, WWW, Jan. 26, 2011: (b. in San Diego, California; lives outside of Seattle, Washington)
Greg Bear, WWW, Mar. 5, 2012: (an illustrator; founding member of the Association of Science Fiction Artists; does very little artwork now; writes science fiction novels and short stories, freelance journalist; helped to found San Diego Comic-Con; edited the Forum magazine; lectures and consults on various science subjects)
Silentium, 2013: page [331] (author of more than thirty books of hard science fiction, and fantasy; married with two sons; has been awarded two Hugos and five Nebulas for his fiction; has served on action committees and has advised government agencies and corporations), November 21, 2022 (Greg Bear, a Seattle science-fiction author who played a leading role in defining how global audiences saw future final frontiers, died Saturday [November 19, 2022] of complications following heart surgery. Born in San Diego, Greg Bear had his first short story published in 1967 and began writing full time in 1975. He wrote more than 50 books - including multiple award-winning series, a Star Trek novel and a Star Wars novel, plus a trilogy set in the Halo video-game universe. His final novel, “The Unfinished Land,” was published last year.)
Associated languageeng