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A past president of the Science Fiction Writers of America, a Hugo and Nebula Award nominee for his short fiction, and the author of several distinguished scholarly works in the field of media studies, Paul Levinson has already demonstrated a unique perspective on the future in such novels as The Silk Code, Borrowed Tides, and The Consciousness Plague. Now, in his wisest, most important novel yet, he reminds us that the future is always shaped by the present.
Paul Levinson lives in White Plains, New York.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Police New York (State) New York Fiction, Telecommunication equipment industry Fiction, Central Park (New York, N, Y, ) Fiction, New York (N, Y, ) Fiction, Squirrels Fiction