Richard Paul Russo
Richard Paul Russo (born 1954) is an American science fiction writer.
He attended the Clarion Workshop in 1983; his first story, "Firebird Suite", appeared in Amazing Stories in 1981 and his first novel, Inner Eclipse, was published in 1988. His second novel, Subterranean Gallery, won the Philip K. Dick Award for 1989. He won that award again in 2001 for Ship of Fools. Subterranean Gallery was also a finalist for the Arthur C. Clarke Award.
As of 2010 he lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife Candace, four cats and a dog.
Novels about Lt. Frank CarlucciEdit
An omnibus of the three was published in 2003 as Carlucci.
- Inner Eclipse (1988)
- Subterranean Gallery (1989)
- Ship of Fools (2001)
- Entitled as Unto Leviathan in the United Kingdom.
- The Rosetta Codex (2005)
- Terminal Visions (2000)
- Sci-Fiction biography segment
- Richard Paul Russo at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
- Golden Gryphon Press official site - About Terminal Visions