G. David Nordley was honored last weekend as Science Author Guest of Honor at MarsCon.
The 15th MarsCon was held in Bloomington, Minnesota March 1-3.
Gerald David Nordley did panels on:
- The Care and Feeding of Alternate History with Harry Turtledove, Eric M. Heideman, and Kimberly Long-Ewing
- Space Exploration Without NASA with Harry Turtledove, David Buth, and Peter Kokh
- Working as a Collaborator in Speculative Fiction with Roy C. Booth, and Eric M. Heideman; Artificial Magnetospheres with David Buth
- Clone Rights, and Those of Other Genetically Engineered People with Prof Tom Gardner, Naomi Kritzer, Kimberly Long-Ewing, and Lyda Morehouse
- Heinlein’s Revolt in 2100 with Harry Turtledove and Deb Houdek Rule
- The Suburban Survivalist with Rob Callahan, Haddayr Copley-Woods, Prof. Tom Gardner, and Rebecca Marjesdatter
- Are We Ready for Robots? with Rob Callahan, William Crolley, Prof Tom Gardner, and Baron Dave Romm
G. David Nordley was born and raised in Minneapolis and Golden Valley, Minnesota. His main interest as a writer is the future of human exploration and settlement of space, and his stories typically focus on the dramatic aspects of individual lives within the broad sweep of a plausible human future. He is a four-time winner of the AnLab, the Analog reader’s award for best story or article of the year, and has also been a Hugo and Nebula award nominee.
Variations on a Theme titles by G. David Nordley: