Robert Reed -- April 2007, Wayne, NE

Robert Reed -- April 2007 [Photo by Carrie Knapp]

Order Bob's latest full-length novel -- The Trials of Quentin Maurus -- released in four parts -- exclusively as Kindle eBooks through

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Order Bob's 2014 print books!
The Memory of Sky (Trade Paperback and eBook)
and The Greatship (eBook and print-on-demand).

Ordering links on each individual novel's page.

You can now order eBook versions of four of Bob's early novels - The Hormone Jungle, Black Milk, Beyond the Veil of Stars and Beneath the Gated Sky, for $2.99 each from DiversionBooks.

This site last updated on October 9, 2016

Important information from Robert Reed to his fans!

Visit Bob's new blog — The Difficult Art of Tomorrow [last update: January 5, 2016]
Visit Bob's other new film commentary blog — Reshaping Light [last update: November 2, 2015]

THE LATEST NEWS: [see the News page for older news...]

  • September - November 2015 — Bob has serialized the publication of his newest novella - Steel Dog - in his writing blog, Reshaping Light. Following the final installment, we've added an index to all 52 parts here on Bob's website: Steel Dog.
  • August 2015 — Bob's story "The Principles" was a finalist for the Sidewise Award, given out at Sasquan, the Spokane WorldCon, although it did not win.
  • May 2015 — Bob was Author Guest-of-Honor at ConStellation 6, held May 8-10, 2015 at the Holiday Inn Downtown, in Lincoln, Nebraska.
  • December 2014 — Four of Bob's early novels are now available as eBooks for the first time, from Diversion Publishing: Hormone Jungle, Black Milk, Beyond the Veil of Stars and Beneath the Gated Sky. Bob has a new short story - "Every Hill Ends With Sky" - in Carbide Tipped Pens, a new hard SF anthology edited by Eric Choi and Ben Bova, from Tor Books. Bob's newest novella, "GW in the Afterlife" appears in Postscripts #32/33: Far Voyager. The IndieGoGo fundraising campaign for the film "Prisoner X", based on Bob's Hugo-nominated novella "Truth", greatly surpassed its $15,000 goal, ultimately ending its campaign with $20,550 raised.
  • November 2014 — Bob's Hugo-nominated novella "Truth", from the Oct/Nov 2007 Asimov's, has been optioned for a film under the title "Prisoner X", and the producers have set up an IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds for its production. Bob's newest story, "Pernicious Romance", appears in the November 2014 Clarkesworld online magazine. Bob's new novella, "The Cryptic Age", appears in the December 2014 Asimov's. Also: Bob's latest Reshaping Light story blog entry - The Red Suit Man - is an all-new short story -- another of Bob's responses to recent popular films.
  • October 2014 — An interview with Bob appears in the October 2014 Clarkesworld online magazine.
  • September 2014 — Destiny -- the videogame that Bob has been working on with Bungie for several years, premieres this month, via the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One gaming platforms. Bob's new short story "Will He?" appears in the Sep/Oct 2014 issue of F&SF.
  • August 2014 — Bob appeared this month at LonCon 3, the 2014 WorldCon, in London England - August 14th through 17th [see his schedule on the Appearances page]. Also: Bob's latest Reshaping Light story blog entry - One City - is an all-new short story -- another of Bob's responses to recent popular films. This month, Bob had two new stories appear in two brand-new anthologies: "Aether" in the British anthology Paradox, and "Sarcophagus" in the US anthology Upgraded.

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