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Kathleen Ann Goonan burst into prominence with "Queen City Jazz," the start of her Nanotech Quartet. "The Bones of Time," her widely acclaimed second novel, was a finalist for the Arthur C. Clarke Award in 2000. "Crescent""""City"" Rhapsody" (third in the Quartet) was a Nebula nominee, while "Light Music," the conclusion of the series, was described by Booklist as the "brilliant conclusion to a tetralogy as consequential in sf as Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars trilogy." She and her husband divide their time between homes in Tennessee and in the Florida Keys.
"Kathleen Goonan is one of the very few writers of science fiction, today, willing to work with the unfettered vistas of abject weirdness presented by the apocalyptic potential of really new technologies."--William Gibson"Goonan is one of the most imaginative authors in the literature of the imagination."--David Brin"In the hands of Kathleen Ann Goonan, the science of science fiction becomes something lyrical and vividly human, and the intricately imagined future she presents is thus rendered completely plausible and poignant in the extreme." --Lucius Shepard"Only Kathleen Goonan could have created this complex interweaving of jazz, physics, love, and war."--Joe Haldeman on "In War Times"