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  1. Dark as Day by Charles Sheffield, 2003-04-14
  2. Thor's Hammer (The Future at War Series Volume 1) by Robert A. Heinlein, Gregory Benford, et all 1988-03-01
  3. Man on Earth by Charles Sheffield, 1983-09
  4. Earthwatch, a Survey of the World from Space by Charles Sheffield, 1981-09
  5. Higher Education (Jupiter Novel) by Charles Sheffield, Jerry Pournelle, 1997-04-15
  6. The Billion Dollar Boy , A Jupiter Novel by Charles Sheffield, 1998
  7. Aftermath by Charles Sheffield, 1999-08-03
  8. The Cyborg From Earth by Charles Sheffield, 2003-11-17
  9. The Ganymede Club by Charles Sheffield, 1996-10
  10. Resurgence (Heritage Universe) by Charles Sheffield, 2004-03-30
  11. Cold As Ice by Charles Sheffield, 1993-06-15
  12. Tomorrow and Tomorrow (Bantam Spectra Book) by Charles Sheffield, 1996-12-01
  13. Between the Strokes of Night by Charles Sheffield, 2004-04-27
  14. The Heritage Universe, Summertide, Divergence, Transcendence by Charles Sheffield, 1992

1. Release Information - Dark As Day By Sheffield Charles
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2. Ecrivain - Sheffield Charles
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3. SHEFFIELD Charles
Translate this page Accueil Biblios S Retour sheffield charles Charles SheffieldGrande Bretagne (25 juin 1935 - ) Physicien et écrivain.
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  • La toile entre les mondes (1979, The web between the worlds)
      Laffont, Ailleurs et Demain (~86), 1984
  • Erasmus Magister (1982, Erasmus Magister)
  • Les chroniques de McAndrew (1983, The McAndrew chronicles)
      Laffont, Ailleurs et Demain (~92), 1985
  • (1992, Brother of worlds)
      Laffont, Ailleurs et Demain (~145), 1994
    • Le Deimos malade de la peste (1978, The deimos plague)
    • (1985, Tunicate, wild thou be mine)
    • Terrain de chasse (1986, Hotel hunting)
    • Les cours de Xanadu (1987, The courts of Xanadu)
    • Trapalanda (1987, Trapalanda)
    • Destructeur de mondes (1989, Destroyer of worlds)
    • La route de Stockholm (1990, A braver thing)
    • Safari pour une belle endormie (1992, Deep safari)
    • Georgia on my mind (1993, Georgia on my mind)

4. Sheffield Charles (1935 - )
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5. - Charles Sheffield
Charles Sheffield, About Author. Charles Sheffield, a mathematician andphysicist, is a past president of both the American Astronautical

6. Hennepin County Library - Online Catalog
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7. Fictionwise EBooks: Charles Sheffield
Charles Sheffield, Bio Charles Sheffield wrote, I had no intention of writingscience fiction, or indeed fiction of any kind, until I was close to forty.
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Family/Relationships General ... True Crime Browse Authors Award-Winners Bestsellers Big Bargains ... Under a Dollar Miscellany About Us Affiliate Program Author Info Buywise Club ... Tell a Friend Charles Sheffield Alert me when new Charles Sheffield titles are added Bio: Charles Sheffield wrote, "I had no intention of writing science fiction, or indeed fiction of any kind, until I was close to forty. And then the writing came more or less by accident." Charles became reaquainted with science fiction (he was an avid reader as a teenager) after coming across a copy of Larry Niven's Ringworld . After collecting a large number of rejection slips, he sold his first story, "What Song the Sirens Sang," to Galaxy magazine. Sales to Analog followed. When the editor of Galaxy moved on to Ace Books, he asked Charles to submit a novel, which was published as Sight of Proteus in 1978. A second novel

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9. Helge's Notebook - Neat Authors: Charles Sheffield
Charles Sheffield tells yarns of fantastic futures as competentlyas only a real scientist can. Charles Sheffield. Godspeed (1993
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Godspeed Treasure Island set a few centuries in the future, but complete with the entire cast. Well, Ben Gunn is a bit better looking, and there's more than one of him. The book appears to be aimed at younger readers. Because Sheffield does his job so well, I wonder if this book is the reason why he's been signed on for Tor Book's "Jupiter Novels". (You can actually download Treasure Island from the net. It is part of Project Gutenberg The Ganymede Club Higher Education (1996) - with Jerry Pournelle Convergence (1997) - the universe isn't what we thought it was, and someone has been making plans. The Billion Dollar Boy (1997) - spoiled rich brat gets marooned in the sticks where he gets to prove to everyone that he's not so bad, after all. A "Jupiter Novel", in which Sheffield tries to teach a bit about the real universe, as well as making up some fanciful scenery. As was Godspeed , this novel is based on a revered classic, as anyone who has read Captains Courageous will recognize. I read

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12. Charles Sheffield
Charles Sheffield. Books Reviewed Between the Strokes of MidnightPaperback Inferno, Jun 1988 by Alan Fraser The Cyborg from Earth,Charl

13. Charles Sheffield - Wikipedia
Charles Sheffield. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Charles Sheffield ( 1935 November 2, 2002), English born physicist and science fiction author.
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Charles Sheffield
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Charles Sheffield November 2 ), English born physicist and science fiction author. He had been a President of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and of the American Astronomical Society. His novel The Web Between the Worlds , featuring the construction of a space elevator was published almost simultanenously with Arthur C. Clarke 's novel about that very same subject, The Fountains of Paradise , a coincidence that amused both of them. For some years he was the chief scientist of Earth Satellite Corp., a company analysing satellite data. Besides many technical papers, a spin off of this was two notable and popular non-fiction books, Earthwatch and Man on Earth ; collections of false colour and enhanced images of Earth from space.

14. Charles Sheffield
Charles Sheffield by Kim Stanley Robinson. I got to know Charles Sheffieldwhen I was living in the Washington, DC area, and he and
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Now Charles writes hard SF, which as you know is science fiction played with the net up and with a handy portable device that will shrink any balls actually hit at the net so that they will pass through without impediment. This of course makes for a great game, in which anything is possible but everything seems real. Charles is one of the best currently working this game, extending its limits and testing the possibilities. Once he entered a utopian novel contest by submitting a dystopia, and though the book did not win the utopia contest it did win an unrelated award for literary excellence. As a result the prize changed from half a million dollars to a trip to Kansas, but I am sure Charles enjoyed the trip to Kansas very much. Since then he has made other trips to collect other awards, given for other stories that have tested boundaries and charted new ground. Once in conversation he observed to me that one could quantize SF aesthetics by creating a two-axis grid in which literary quality was charted along the x axis, while scientific understanding and originality were plotted along the y axis. We both sat stunned as we contemplated the awesome power of this graphing, its clarity such that neither one of us dared to suggest the location on the grid of even a single fellow sf writer, but only hoped that we could both hanglide out there into the northeast quadrant as far as we could go, for a few more passes. You will enjoy him as toastmaster.

15. Charles Sheffield
Charles Sheffield. Another question Charles Sheffield's books (particularly theHeritage Universe series) seem well suited for BIGV, but aren't present.
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Follow Ups Post Followup Big Ideas, Grand Vision Web Forum FAQ Posted by Trey Palmer on December 28, 1999 at 00:26:18: Another question - Charles Sheffield's books (particularly the Heritage Universe series) seem well suited for BIGV, but aren't present. Any reasons why? Thanks again,
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16. Charles R. Sheffield
Charles R. Sheffield, MD. Sumter Regional Medical Services. 100 WheatleyDrive. Americus, GA 31709. OFC 229.924.6011. FAX 229.931.1222.
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17. B L U E J A C K ~ Charles Sheffield
Charles Sheffield. Charles Sheffield, then a physicist, held a job that soundspretty exciting exploring for earth resources using satelite images.
record writing reading features ... contact Charles Sheffield Charles Sheffield, then a physicist, held a job that sounds pretty exciting: exploring for earth resources using satelite images. But he had been a sci-fi fan as a kid, and picked up a Ringworld book in an airport and the bug caught him up. He is vocally anti-new-wave, describing it as "occasionally well-written but mostly content-free." Having picked up some of this stuff, he thought he "could probably write something as bad as this." When his wife, Sarah, was dying of colon cancer, he took refuge in his imagination. He wrote, and wrote.
He did not meet with initial success, but Jim Baen at Galaxy started "buying" his material (although he did not actually have authority from the publisher to pay for it). This paid off later, however, when Baen went to work for Ace and wanted novels.
Sheffield was clearly an outspoken old coot, and had strong opinions about what science fiction is, what it should be, where it is going, and he delivered what some might call old-fashioned hard-sci-fi space opera. In addition to opinions on science fiction itself, there are many amusing stories of his encounters with sci fi celebrities on his lengthy and delightful autobiography
After Sarah died, Sheffield underwent a second marriage which ended in the more usual way. His third marriage was to fellow sci-fi writer

18. Philadelphia Fantastic - Charles Sheffield
Charles Sheffield Nancy Kress January 26, 2001@730 pm Borders Book Shop1727 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA. Books by Charles Sheffield.
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Philadelphia, PA Scientist and author Charles Sheffield has published forty books, a hundred and some short stories, and a couple of hundred science papers and articles. As a renowned popularizer of science, he writes a weekly syndicated science column, "The Borderlands of Science." Sheffield has won the Nebula, Hugo, John W. Campbell Memorial awards as well as the Japanese Sei-un science fiction award, and has had best-sellers of both fact and fiction. He is married to fellow-writer Nancy Kress and lives in Maryland. Books by Charles Sheffield THE SPHERES OF HEAVEN, Baen Books, 2001
MY BROTHER'S KEEPER, Baen Books, June, 2000
THE COMPLEAT MCANDREW, Baen Books, April, 2000
BORDERLANDS OF SCIENCE, Baen Books, November, 1999
TRANSVERGENCE, Baen Books, November, 1999 STARFIRE, Bantam Books, October, 1999

19. Charles Sheffield, Science Fiction Writer
June 25, 1935 (Hull, England) November 2, 2002 (Silver Spring, Maryland). Novels. sheffield, charles . Cold as Ice,
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June 25, 1935 (Hull, England) - November 2, 2002 (Silver Spring, Maryland)
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Cold as Ice,
The Ganymede Club,
Tor, New York, 1993. ISBN: 0-312-85317-3
The Mind Pool, Baen, New York, 1993. ISBN: 0-671-72165-8
The Billion Dollar Boy, TOR, New York, 1997. ISBN: 0-312-86204
Danger in Limbo,
The Spheres of Heaven,
Original Short Fiction
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Sheffield, Charles, Vectors, Hidden Variables, Erasmus Magister, The Amazing Dr. Darwin,
Sources of Biographical and Bibliographical Information
Charles Sheffield, in Locus, #503, December, 2002. (obituary) Charles Sheffield, in #326, March, 2003. (obituary)

20. Sheffield Archaeology - Staff - Dr M Charles
sheffield Archaeology Staff - Dr M charles E-Mail Dr M charles is a lecturer in Archaeology.
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Dr M Charles is a lecturer in Archaeology. His research interests include palaeoethnobotany in south-west Asia and he has conducted field projects in Turkmenistan , Jordan and Spain. Among his publications are:
  • Charles, M., Harris, D. and Limbrey, S. "Examples for radiocarbon analysis by accelerating mass spectroscopy method". In Masson V. M. New research at the Jeitun settlement
    p 28-56. Ashkabad: Academy of Sciences of Turkmenia [in Russian]. Charles, M. & Hillman. G.C. "Crop husbandry in a desert environment: evidence from the charred plant macro remains". In Masson V. M. New research at the Jeitun settlement
    p 28-56. Ashkabad: Academy of Sciences of Turkmenia [in Russian]. Harris et al "Investigating early agriculture in Central Asia: new research at Jeitun, Turkmenistan". Antiquity 67 p 324-38 Charles, M. "Botanical remains" in

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