James Patrick Kelly is one of science fiction's modern masters. Kelly has been awarded several of science fiction's highest honors. He won the Hugo Award for his novelette "Think Like a Dinosaur" (1995) and again for his novelette "10-16 to 1" (1999). Other stories have won the Asimov's Reader Poll and the SF Chronicle Award.
Masters of Science Fiction is a new series collecting the essential and award-winning stories of classic science fiction writers in a single, easy to read book. With covers by noted artists Jim and Ruth Keegan, and edited by John Pelan, each book averages over six hundred pages.