Science Fair Project Encyclopedia
Ted Chiang (born 1967) is an American science fiction writer. He was born in Port Jefferson, New York and graduated from Brown University with a Computer Sciences degree, and has attended Clarion. Today he resides in Bellevue, near Seattle, Washington.
He has won Nebula Awards for his short stories "Story of Your Life" (1999) and "Tower of Babylon" (1990), and both a Nebula and a Hugo Award for his novellette "Hell Is the Absence of God" (2001). He turned down a Hugo nomination for "Liking What You See: A Documentary". His story "Seventy-Two Letters" received the Sidewise Award for Alternate History.
List of works
- "Tower of Babylon"
- "Division by Zero" 
- "Story of Your Life"
- "Catching Crumbs from the Table" (a.k.a. "The Evolution of Human Science")
- "Seventy-Two Letters"
- "Hell Is the Absence of God"
- "Liking What You See: A Documentary"
- Interview conducted by Rani Graff.
- Interview conducted by Lou Anders.
- Interview conducted by Kevin J. Grant.
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