Michael F. Flynn
Michael Flynn is the author of ten novels and two story collections, including the critically praised The Wreck of the River of Stars and the Hugo-nominated Eifelheim. His Spiral Arm space opera that began with The January Dancer and Up Jim River will continue with In the Lion's Mouth and On the Razor's Edge.
His short fiction has appeared in Analog, Asimov's, F&SF, and elsewhere. An alternate history, "The Iron Shirts," appeared at Tor.com. His stories have been nominated five times for the Hugo, and have won a number of awards, including the Robert A. Heinlein Award for his "body of work."
Flynn took a BA and an MS in Mathematics, and so far they have not made him give them back. His first publication was an original theorem in general topology. (“Universal Range Spaces and Function Space Topologies,” for those who follow such things.) After several years as a quality engineer in industry, he became a consultant in quality management and applied statistics, working with clients on five continents and in industries ranging from parts manufacturing to nuclear inspections.
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