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Thomas Michael Disch (February 2, 1940 – July 4, 2008) was an American science fiction author and poet.
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Thomas M Disch was an American author of science fiction Strangeness: A Collection of Curious Tales (1977). Torturing Mr. Amberwell (1985)
Thomas M Disch was an American author of science fiction. He has won the Hugo Award (best related book), the John W Campbell Memorial Award, two Seiun Awards and a Rhysling Award. He has been nominated for many more including 9 Nebula'a. Many of his science fiction novels have been critically acclaimed were are seen as major contributions to the New Wave science fiction movement in the 1960's. Strangeness: A Collection of Curious Tales (1977). Amberwell (1985). The Silver Pillow: A Tale of Witchcraft (1988).
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Thomas M. Disch is a long-time F&SF contributor whose stories have been included in several of these collections.
His assignment was to get things done; he definitely did so. Not quite the things intended, perhaps, but definitely done. Thomas M. His latest story (which made the final Hugo and Nebula ballot as best novella of 1980) is about the adventures of five electrical appliances. They are minor appliances, which implies a degree of innocence, loyalty, and dependability often missing from, say, a TV or a washing machine.
Thomas M. Disch, Charles Naylor. Charles Scribner's Sons.
Disch, Thomas M. Tagged: Author. Strangeness: A Collection of Curious Tales (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1977) with Charles Naylor. With the exception of the book awards mentioned, two of them for one nonfiction work, Disch went relatively unhonoured by a subculture awash in awards for the bestowing. His death, at his own hand, on the Fourth of July, did constitute, however, an act of defiance over issues broader than his failure to be soothed by a shoal of kudos.
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