David D. Levine

David D. Levine is a science fiction and fantasy writer who’s published over fifty stories in markets including Asimov’s, Analog, F&SF, and Realms of Fantasy. He has won the Hugo Award for Best Short Story, Endeavour Award, Writers of the Future Contest, James White Award, People’s Choice Award for Best Drabblecast Story of the Year, and Phobos Fiction Contest, and he has been nominated or shortlisted for the Nebula Award, Theodore Sturgeon Award, Parsec Award, Aeon Award, Jim Baen Memorial Writing Contest, an earlier Hugo Award, and the John W. Campbell Award. His stories have appeared in four Year’s Best volumes and have been translated into French, Czech, Hebrew, Swedish, Romanian, Finnish, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Russian, and Chinese. He has been an instructor at the Alpha Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Workshop for Young Writers; the Cascade Writers Workshop; Rainforest Writers Village; and numerous science fiction convention writers’ workshops. He is a member of the Wild Cards consortium, Book View Café, and the Science Fiction Writers of America, the latter of which he coordinates the SFWA Northwest Reading Series for.


David lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife Kate Yule, with whom he co-edits the fanzine Bento.
You can find David online at davidedlevine.com and on Twitter @daviddlevine.