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Damien Broderick

Australian writer

1944   -  

country of citizenship: Australia
educated at: Deakin University
occupation: novelist, writer, science fiction writer
award received: Aurealis Award for best science fiction novel

Damien Francis Broderick (born 22 April 1944) is an Australian science fiction and popular science writer and editor of some 74 books. His science fiction novel The Dreaming Dragons (1980) introduced the trope of the generation time machine, his The Judas Mandala (1982) contains the first appearance of the term "virtual reality" in science fiction, and his 1997 popular science book The Spike was the first to investigate the technological singularity in detail.
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Works

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K-Machines

book by Damien Broderick

author: Damien Broderick

2006

Stuck in Fast Forward

book by Damien Broderick

author: Damien Broderick, Rory Barnes

1999

The Spike

book by Damien Broderick

author: Damien Broderick

1997

The White Abacus

book by Damien Broderick

author: Damien Broderick

1997

Transcension

book by Damien Broderick

author: Damien Broderick

2002

Zones

book by Damien Broderick

author: Damien Broderick, Rory Barnes

1997

Under the Moons of Venus

short story by Damien Broderick

author: Damien Broderick

2010

The Qualia Engine

short story by Damien Broderick

author: Damien Broderick

2009

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