Brad Linaweaver

Brad Linaweaver is an award-winning science fiction writer whose novel Moon of Ice was endorsed by Robert A. Heinlein, Ray Bradbury, William F. Buckley Jr. and Isaac Asimov. Before collaborating with Richard Hatch on three “Battlestar Galactica” novels, he hit the bestseller lists as co-author (with Dafydd ab Hugh) of four novels based on the Doom video game—the game that inspired the movie starring the Rock. Linaweaver also wrote the “Sliders” novel based on the Universal television series and is a prolific writer of short stories and articles. He has original story credits on some films as well as two nonfiction books to his credit, co-edited a major science fiction anthology Free Space with Ed Kramer, and also publishes a magazine, Mondo Cult.

Essays by Brad Linaweaver

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