Harlan Ellison has written or edited 75 books; more than 1700 stories, essays, articles, and newspaper columns; two dozen teleplays, for which he received the Writers Guild of America most outstanding teleplay award for solo work an unprecedented four times; and a dozen movies. He won the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Allan Poe award twice, the Horror Writers Association Bram Stoker award six times (including The Lifetime Achievement Award in 1996), the Nebula three times, the Hugo times, and received the Silver Pen for Journalism from P.E.N. Not to mention The World Fantasy Award, the British Fantasy Award, the American Mystery Award, two Audie Awards, the Ray Bradbury Award, and a Grammy nomination for Spoken Word recordings. He created great fantasies for The Twilight Zone (including Danny Kaye's final performance) and The Outer Limits; was credited as creative consultant on Babylon 5; sued Paramount and ABC-TV for plagiarism and won $337,000--and probably is the most contentious person now walking the Earth.
"Ferociously intelligent and extremely ambitious..."--Publishers Weekly
Praise for Harlan Ellison: "[Ellison has] the spellbinding
quality of a great nonstop talker, with a cultural warehouse for a
mind."--The New York Times Book Review "It's long past time
for Harlan Ellison to be awarded the title: 20th century Lewis
Carroll."--Los Angeles Times
"One of the great living American short story writers."--Washington Post Book World "One thing's for sure: the man can write."--Booklist