Books by James Patrick Kelly

NEBULA AWARDS SHOWCASE 2012 by James Patrick Kelly
Released: May 1, 2012

"Not a banner year, all things considered, with greatest likely appeal to the younger section of the audience (but is it the audience that's getting younger, or the writers, or the voters?), and too often pallid, especially—perhaps unfairly—contrasted with a true heavyweight champion like Tiptree."
The 2010 Nebula Award winners, as voted in 2011 by members of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (after a preliminary sieving), finally served up in 2012. Read full book review >
REWIRED by James Patrick Kelly
Released: Nov. 15, 2007

"Much ado, little going on."
Cyberpunk is dead. Long live post-cyberpunk! The editors attempt to foment, or at least describe, a new revolution, in contrast with classic 1980s cyberpunk as exemplified by Bruce Sterling's innovative anthology Mirrorshades. Read full book review >
THINK LIKE A DINOSAUR by James Patrick Kelly
Released: Aug. 18, 1997

"An admirably diverse set of themes: readers attuned to Kelly's singular attitude and approach should find much to appreciate."
From the author of Look into the Sun (1989), etc., a first story collection of 14 tales, 198497, including the Hugo Awardwinning title piece about the moral and ethical complications that ensue when intelligent space-traveling dinosaurs introduce a teleportation device to Earth. Read full book review >
LOOK INTO THE SUN by James Patrick Kelly
Released: April 18, 1989

Expansion of a story, "The Glass Cloud," and sequel to Planet of Whispers (1984)—another in Kelly's far-future series about the "messengers," star-traveling aliens bringing immortality and galactic secrets to various civilizations (including Earth). Read full book review >