James Patrick Kelly
James Patrick Kelly has had an eclectic writing career. He has written novels, short stories, essays, reviews, poetry, plays and planetarium shows. His fiction has been translated into 16 languages. In 2007, he won the Nebula Award, given by the Science Fiction Writers of America, for his novella Burn, and the World Science Fiction Society’s Hugo Award twice; in 1996 for his novelette Think Like a Dinosaur, and in 2000 for his novelette, Ten to the Sixteenth to One. He writes a column on the Internet for Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine and has two podcasts: Free Reads and James Patrick Kelly’s StoryPod.
Listen to the radio special featuring interviews with Kelly and Norwich chair of English and communications, Dr. Brett Cox, also a writer of popular fiction. (Produced by Jacque Day at the WNUB studios.)