Saturday, September 24, 2011

Sarah Hoyt accepting her Prometheus Award

Apart from any intrinsic interest, Sarah Hoyt is an interesting person. English is her third language, after Portuguese and French. She read Robert Heinlein in translation. Apparently Heinlein made a lasting impression on her; the book she won the award for, Darkship Thieves, is dedicated to Heinlein, and she named one of her sons "Robert Anson."

Robert Shea's Prometheus acceptance speech is here.

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