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 (hīn′līn, -lĭn), Robert Anson 1907-1988.
American writer of science fiction whose works include Stranger in a Strange Land (1961) and The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress (1966).
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Noun1.Heinlein - United States writer of science fiction (1907-1988)
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"Destination Moon," based on Robert Heinlein's tale, got there in 1950, and won an Oscar for special effects.
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In an endlessly entertaining group biography by the same name, science fiction author Alec Nevala-Lee focuses on Campbell and the three writers he nurtured who wore the biggest grooves into American culture: Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, and L.
Essays collected range from classics like Robert Heinlein's "On the Writing of Speculative Fiction" and Joanna Russ's "The Image of Women in Science Fiction" to more recent notables like Wendy Pearson's "Alien Cryptographies: The View from Queer" and Stephen Hong Sohn's "Alien/Asian: Imagining the Racialized Future." The gender breakdown of contributors is 2:1 male-female, which if not altogether equable is at least less disparate than many other such volumes (and a notable contrast from a recent reader I looked at that included only two pieces by women scholars).
I discovered Asimov and Heinlein during my high school days.
Writers discussed including Olaf Stapledon, Zenna Henderson, Robert Heinlein, Jack Vance, Poul Anderson, Katherine MacLean, and Connie Willis.
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Robert Heinlein said, "A man should put his clothes and weapons where he can find them in the dark." Let's see how dark it gets.
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Much in the manner of Robert Heinlein's young adult adventure sci-fi, Martians Abroad creates a compelling story for new adults and adults alike, about a girl on the cusp of exploring a world that seems too familiar, but which is a strange new world indeed.
Caption: Corcoran's Brian Meier, Zachary Rothstein and Jamie Heinlein have just brought the townhouse at 416 West 51st Street to market at $14 million.