Richard A. Lovett
Richard A. Lovett is one of the most prolific writers in the history of Analog magazine. A writer of both fact and fiction, he's won seven of the magazine's AnLab (reader's choice) awards. His short stories have also appeared in Nature, Abyss & Apex, Running Times, Marathon & Beyond, and been translated into Polish, Portuguese, and Russian (where his novella "Brittney's Labyrinth" was voted best translated short work of 2008). Many can be found at Fictionwise. A full-time writer, he is a regular contributor to Nature, National Geographic News, Cosmos and many others. He is also a sports writer and coach of Portland, Oregon's 300-member Team Red Lizard running club, and of individual athletes, ranging from local age-group competitors to contestants in the upcoming U.S. Olympic Trials. A former law professor, he also holds a degree in astrophysics and a Ph.D. in economics.
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