Ben H. Winters is the author, most recently, of the novel Golden State (Mulholland/Little Brown, 2018); as well the New York Times bestselling Underground Airlines (Mulholland/Little Brown, 2016); The Last Policeman and its two sequels (Quirk); the horror novel Bedbugs (Quirk); and several works for young readers. Among other recognition, Ben’s books have received the Edgar Award for mystery writing, the Philip K. Dick award in science fiction, the Sidewise Award for alternate history, and France’s Grand Prix de L’Imaginaire. Ben’s writing has appeared in Slate and in the New York Times Book Review. He also writes for film and television, and was a producer on the FX show Legion. A film version of Bedbugs is currently in the works at MGM, with a script by the mystery writer Sara Gran. Ben lives in Los Angeles with his wife, three children, dog, and fish.
Stuff in the ‘Philip K. Dick Award’ Category
14 April, 2020