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William Barton (writer)

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William Renald Barton III (born September 28, 1950) is an American science fiction writer. In addition to his standalone novels, he is also known for collaborations with Michael Capobianco. Many of their novels deal with themes such as the Cold War, space travel, and space opera. Barton also has written short stories that put an emphasis on sexuality and human morality in otherwise traditional science fiction. His short fiction has appeared in Asimov's and Sci Fiction, and has been nominated for the Hugo Award, the Theodore Sturgeon Award, the Sidewise Award, and the HOMer Award, and three of his novels (The Transmigration of Souls, Acts of Conscience, and When We Were Real) were finalists for the Philip K. Dick Award with Acts of Conscience winning a special citation in 1998. Barton has recently begun to self-publish his fiction for the Kindle. Bibliography *Hunting on Kunderer; August 1973, On a jungle world populated by dinosaur-like predators, a group of hunters must
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