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Catherine Asaro (1955 – )

Nationality: American Periods: American: 20th Century

physicist and author, best known for her ‘romantic’ science fiction

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The Books of Catherine Asaro: Space Adventure and Near Future Suspense
Asaro’s page on SFF contains biographical information, excerpts from her texts, and information on her work as a physicist.
Contains: Extensive Bio, Pictures, Commentary
Author: Catherine Asaro
From: SFF Net
Catherine Asaro: Space Opera = Physics + Romance
“Catherine Asaro’s faster-than-light (FTL) space drive really works — at least on paper. The physicist and science fiction writer has based the ‘inversion engine’ of her Skolian Empire space opera series on her own thought experiments about new forms of space travel”
Contains: Criticism, Commentary, Pictures
Author: Chris Aylott
From: Space.Com 06 February 2000
Keywords: physics, science and literature

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