Orson Scott Card is the first writer to be awarded both the Hugo and the Nebula in two consecutive years for science fiction novels. He is thus far the recipient of four Hugo Awards, two Nebula Awards, one World Fantasy Award, and four Locus Awards, among others. He is best known for Ender's Game, a 1985 military science fiction novel set at an unspecified date in Earth's future.
In addition, a dozen of his plays have been produced in regional theatre, his novel Saints has been an underground hit for several years, and he has written hundreds of audio plays and a dozen scripts for animated video plays for the family market. Card has conducted writing courses at several universities and a number of renowned workshops. In addition, Card is a partner in Fresco Pictures, a movie production company. He lives in Greensboro, N.C., with his family.
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