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Publication Order of Patrick Hayden Short Stories/Novellas

by Teresa Nielsen Hayden

Publication Order of Anthologies

Xanadu(1993)Description / Buy at Amazon
Starlight 1(1996)Description / Buy at Amazon
Alternate Skiffy(1997)Description / Buy at Amazon
Starlight 2(1998)Description / Buy at Amazon
Starlight 3(2001)Description / Buy at Amazon
New Skies: An Anthology of Today's Science Fiction(2003)Description / Buy at Amazon
New Magics(2004)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy for Teens(2005)Description / Buy at Amazon
Some of the Best from, 2011 edition(2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Some of the Best from, 2012 edition(2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Twenty-First Century Science Fiction(2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Some of the Best from, 2013(2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Some of the Best from, 2014 edition(2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
Some of the Best from, 2015 edition(2016)Description / Buy at Amazon

Patrick Nielsen Hayden is an American published author and editor of fiction.

The author’s full name is Patrick James Nielsen Hayden. Born with the name Patrick James Hayden on January 2, 1959, Hayden has carved out himself a unique post in the fictional world. He is an editor of American science fiction in addition to being a fan and a fanzine publisher. He is also a blogger, essayist, a reviewer, an anthologist, and a teacher.

He has won several awards for his work, including a Hugo Award and a World Fantasy Award. He has been nominated several times for a Hugo Award. He serves as an editor at Tor Books in addition to being their Manager of Science Fiction.

Patrick was born in Lansing, Michigan. It was when he was residing in Toronto in the early seventies that he first began to get into science fiction fandom. That only continued to grow as he moved to live in Seattle. In the eighties, he moved to the New York area so that he could work in publishing professionally.

Once in New York, Patrick worked at the Literary Guild in the function of an editorial assistant. He would also work at Chelsea House as their associate editor.

He would get married in 1979 to Teresa Nielsen and they both took on each other’s last names. She became Teresa Nielsen Hayden while he changed his name to Patrick Nielsen Hayden, taking her last name as well.

Patrick decided to join Tor Books in the middle of eighties working there as an assistant. Ever since then, he’s been on the staff of Tor Books.

In addition to being a teacher and writer, Nielsen Hayden is also a musician. He belongs to a rock back in New York that goes by the name of “Whisperado”. In the band, he plays guitar and sometimes even sings.

The writer currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.

Patrick Nielsen Hayden has had a variety of essays and reviews published. He has also sent his contributions to several publications where they were showcased, including The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and The Map: Rediscovering Rock and Roll.

Readers can also find him acting as a teacher, instructing those in the art of writing science fiction as part of Viable Paradise, a workshop on science fiction writing that is held in Martha’s Vineyard. He also has taught at Clarion workshops on writing in the United States.

He has been active in the blogging world, too. Nielsen Hayden was writing his own blog Electrolite since July 2000. In May 2005. it was incorporated into Teresa’s blog Making Light. Now he writes there and posts blogs with other posters James D. Macdonald, a science fiction writer, and science fiction fans Abi Sutherland and Avram Grumer.

He has been nominated for several Hugo awards. In 1984, he was co-nominated along with his wife for a Hugo Award for Best Fanzine for their fanzine Izzard. In 1986, he was a nominee for the Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer. In 1989, Nielsen Hayden was a co-nominee for The New York Review of Science fiction for Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine.

He was nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Professional Editor in 1997, 1999, 2000, and 2002. He would win the Hugo Award for Best Editor Long Form for 2007, 2010, and 2013.

He has also served as a small press publisher, magazine editor, and Fanzine editor. He ran the science fiction fanzine “Izzard” for many years with his wife. Starting in 1982 and going until 1987, he served as the writer and publisher for the fanzine. He has since worked on several more fanzines and lent them his expertise over the years. including Zed, Flash Point, Tweek, Ecce Fanno, Thangrodrim, and Twibbet.

He also rums Ansatz Press along with his wife Teresa Neilsen Hayden. Their small press allowed them to publish “Wagner/Artaud: A Play of 19th and 20th Century Critical Fictions” by Samuel R. Delany.

Patrick Nielsen Hayden served on a poetry magazine’s editorial board for The Little Magazine from 1985 to 1989. He also was one of the founding editors in 1988 for The New York Review of Science Fiction. He also contributed to the basic design that is still used today. After many issues, Nielsen Hayden left the magazine.

Patrick Nielsen Hayden served as editor for the Starlight series. The first Starlight came out in 1996, with the second Starlight installment coming out in 1998, and the third Starlight coming out in 2001.

He has also edited anthologies that include Alternate Skiffy, published in 1997 along with Mike Resnick. He also edited 2003’s New Skies and 2004’s New Magics. Along with Jane Yolen, he was editor for the 2005 release of The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy for Teens. In 2013, along with David G. Hartwell, he was the editor for 21st Century Science Fiction.

New Skies is a compilation of some of the best science fiction storytelling that you’ll find out there. If you love science fiction, you’ll find a variety of stories to enjoy in this anthology.

Science fiction is taken to a new generation of fans that appreciate intelligence and is curious and experimental. Patrick Nielsen Hayden has picked these stories for them out of countless thousands of stories that have been released by science fiction writers from the past two decades.

Jane Yolen comes together along with Orson Scott Card, Philip K. Dick, Kim Stanley Robinson. Greg Bear, Spider Robinson, Connie Willis, Steven Gould, and more. Whether it’s the story of surviving on the Moon or a tower that looms miles over the ground, a story where kids get divorced from their parents, or the story of a boy that occupies four dimensions in a three-dimensional world, you can find something here.

Check out New Skies to get great stories from the whimsical to the magical to nightmarish and more and experience all of the great science fiction stories that this collection has to offer!

New Magics is a compilation of short stories edited by Patrick Nielsen Hayden. Check out this anthology and check out stories written by Nail Gaiman, Robin McKinley. Ursula K. LeGuin, and Orson Scott Card.

Want to read about princesses, or battles and enchantments? Are you a fan of Emma Bull, Charles de Lint, Harry Turtledove, or Jane Yolen? Then check out this book and catch all of it for yourself!

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