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George Zebrowski (born 28 December 1945; age 73) is a science fiction writer of over seventy short stories and forty books. He has authored a few Star Trek novels with his writing partner, Pamela Sargent.
He was born Jerzy Tadeus Zebrowski in Villach, Austria, of Polish descent and has lived in the USA since 1951. He continues to be interested in his Eastern European heritage, as evidence by his Beneath the Red Star: Studies on International Science Fiction, which collected his writings on SF behind the Iron Curtain.
He was part of the part of the earlier Clarion Science Fiction Writers' Workshops. He has been nominated for the Theodore Sturgeon and Nebula awards, and won the John W. Campbell Memorial Award in 1999.
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Writing credits Edit
- Star Trek novels
- TOS: Garth of Izar
- TOS #83: Heart of the Sun
- TOS #88: Across the Universe
- TNG #43: A Fury Scorned
- TNG #50: Dyson Sphere with Charles Pellegrino
- Some non-Star Trek novels
- Macrolife: A Mobile Utopia
- The Shores of Another Sea (with Chad Oliver)
- The Omega Point Trilogy
- Stranger Suns
- Brute Orbits
- John W. Campbell Memorial Award – Brute Orbits