Geoff Ryman (born 1951) is a writer of science fiction, fantasy and "slipstream" fiction. Ryman has written and published seven novels, including an early example of a hypertext novel, 253, or Tube Theatre. He has won multiple awards, including the World Fantasy Award.

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  • Geoff Ryman (born 1951) is a writer of science fiction, fantasy and "slipstream" fiction. Ryman has written and published seven novels, including an early example of a hypertext novel, 253, or Tube Theatre. He has won multiple awards, including the World Fantasy Award. (en)
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  • 978-0-00-223931-8
  • 0-04-440393-3
  • 978-0-04-823266-3
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  • Geoff_Ryman
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  • Geoff Ryman
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  • 1985 (xsd:integer)
  • 1989 (xsd:integer)
  • 1992 (xsd:integer)
  • 1998 (xsd:integer)
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  • Harper Collins
  • Unwin Hyman
  • Grafton
  • first published ashypertextfiction onryman-novel.com
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  • Geoff Ryman (born 1951) is a writer of science fiction, fantasy and "slipstream" fiction. Ryman has written and published seven novels, including an early example of a hypertext novel, 253, or Tube Theatre. He has won multiple awards, including the World Fantasy Award. (en)
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  • Geoff Ryman bibliography (en)
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  • Lust (en)
  • Was (en)
  • The Child Garden (en)
  • The King's Last Song (en)
  • Air: Or, Have Not Have (en)
  • 253, or Tube Theatre, (en)
  • The Warrior Who Carried Life (en)
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