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RevolutionSF Remembers Jack Haldeman
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The SFWA's online bulletin reports that SF writer Jack C. Haldeman II died of cancer January 1, 2002. He was born in 1941. Survivors include wife Barbara Delaplace and brother Joe Haldeman.

Some of Haldeman's works are Bill, the Galactic Hero on the Planet of Zombie Vampires (with Harry Harrison), The Fall of Winter, Vector Analysis, and There Is No Darkness. His story "High Steel" with Jack Dann was a Nebula nominee.

The SFWA bulletin says, "His outside careers were impressively eclectic, including stints as a medical technologist and research scientist, as an Artificial Intelligence specialist on a federal research team, and as a cetologist studying whales in the Canadian Arctic. Several scientific journals carried his articles."



 
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