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Adjunct Professor of Writing, MIT
Joe Haldeman is a four-time Nebula Award winner for his science fiction, which includes The Forever War, "Old Twentieth and many other books. He was a Visiting Professor in MIT's Writing Department in 1983-84, and has also taught at the University of Iowa, Michigan State (Clarion), Clarion West Seattle, SUNY Buffalo, Princeton, University of North Dakota, Kent State, and the University of North Florida.
Haldeman has a B. S. in Astronomy from the University of Maryland and did graduate work there in math/computer science. He earned an M.F.A. at the Iowa Writers Workshop in 1975.
His next novel, The Accidental Time Machine, will come out from Ace in 2007.
The Craft of Science Fiction
as author at MIT Communications Forum,