Robert Buettnerís best-selling debut novel, Orphanage, 2004 Quill Award nominee for Best SF/Fantasy/Horror novel, was called the Post-9/11 generationís Starship Troopers and has been adapted for film by Olatunde Osunsanmi (The Fourth Kind) for Davis Entertainment (Predator, I Robot, Eragon). Orphanage and other books in Robertís Jason Wander series have been translated into Chinese, Czech, French, Russian, and Spanish. Robert was a 2005 Quill nominee for Best New Writer.
In March, 2011 Baen books released Overkill, his sixth novel, and in July, 2011 his seventh, Undercurrents. A long-time Heinlein Society member, he wrote the Afterword for Baenís recent re-issue of Heinleinís Green Hills of Earth/Menace From Earth short story collection. His own first original short story will appear in the forthcoming anthology, Armored, edited by John Joseph Adams.
Robert is a former U.S. Army intelligence officer and National Science Foundation Fellow in Paleontology. As attorney of record in more than three thousand cases, he practiced in the U.S. federal courts, before courts and administrative tribunals in no fewer than thirteen states, and in five foreign countries. Six, if you count Louisiana.
He lives in Georgia with his family and more bicycles than a grownup needs.
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