Michael A. Burstein

burstein michael aMichael A. Burstein, winner of the 1997 Campbell Award for Best New Writer, has earned ten Hugo nominations and four Nebula nominations for his short fiction, collected in I Remember the Future.

Burstein lives with his wife Nomi and their twin daughters in the town of Brookline, Massachusetts, where he is an elected Town Meeting Member and Library Trustee.

When not writing, he edits middle and high school Science textbooks. He has two degrees in Physics and attended the Clarion Workshop.

Michael, along with his wife also writes a parenting column for the Brookline Patch.

More information on Burstein and his work can be found on his webpage.

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