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Julie Czerneda

Author / editor Julie E. Czerneda has been a finalist for both the John W. Campbell (Best New Writer) and Philip K. Dick Awards, twice on the preliminary ballot for a Nebula, and has won three Prix Aurora Awards, Canadaís Hugo, one for her standalone novel In the Company of Others, one for short story, "Left Foot on a Blind Man," published in Silicon Dreams, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Larry Segriff, DAW Books, and most recently for editing Space Inc. Julie has published several biology-based SF novels with DAW, including ongoing series, the Trade Pact Universe and the Web Shifters. Her work moved into hardcover with her new series: Species Imperative: Survival. Next will be Species Imperative: Migration, (DAW, May 2005).

As editor, Julieís Space Inc. explored daily life off this planet and, with Dr. Isaac Szpindel, she is co-editor of the alternate science history anthology ReVisions, both from DAW. Julie is the editor of the original Y/A SF anthology series based on science curriculum topics, Tales from the Wonder Zone, winner of the 2002 Special Award for Science and Technology Education from the Golden Duck Committee, as well as the new Realms of Wonder Y/A fantasy anthology series linked to language arts, both from Trifolium Books, an imprint of Fitzhenry and Whiteside.

Author of the acclaimed teacher resource, No Limits: Developing Scientific Literacy Using SF, Julie pursues her passion for using science fiction in the classroom through workshops for teachers. SF consultant to Science News, she also coordinated the SF in the Classroom Educatorís Program for the 61st World Science Fiction Convention, Torcon3.

In her spare time, thereís wilderness camping and rockets.

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