Richard Chwedyk (blessed 1955) is normally a science fiction author. In 2003, he gained the 2002 Nebula Prize for Greatest Novella for his tale “Brontë’s Egg.” Chwedyk’s initial published tale was “Finding Along with Larga,” that was the initial winner from the ISFiC Writer’s competition in 1986. In 1988, he gained the competition again along with his tale “A GUY Makes a Machine,” which continued to be released as Chwedyk’s first professional sale in Amazing Tales in November, 1990. Furthermore to writing fiction, Chwedyk in addition has published several poems and has coordinated poetry slams in Chicago, where he makes his house. In 2000, Chwedyk oversaw the writer’s workshop at Chicon 2000, the Worldcon, and has overseen other writers workshops at science fiction conventions over time, often jogging the workshop at Windycon. Richard Chwedyk is normally wedded to Chicago poet, Pamela Miller Chwedyk. In ’09 2009, he donated his archive towards the section of Rare Books and Particular Collections at North Illinois University.
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"Auteur theory" F&SF 95/1  (Jul 1998) "The Way of measuring EVERYTHING" F&SF, January 2001 "Brontë's Egg" F&SF, August 2002 "In Tibor's Cardboard Castle" F&SF, Oct/November, 2004 "Orfy" F&SF, Sept/Oct, 2010
"Several kind words to get a E truck Vogt" (2002). Released in Tales from the Unanticipated 23 (2002) and in Year's Greatest SF 8 "Affluent and Pam Head to Fermilab and Afterwards See a Useless Man", Unusual Horizons, 17 March 2003