Film, Video Catherine Asaro

About this Item


  • Catherine Asaro

Event Date

  • October 09, 2004


  • -  Catherine Asaro is acclaimed for her Skolian Empire series, which combines adventure, hard science, romance and fast-paced action. Her stand-alone novel, "The Quantum Rose," won the Nebula Award. She is also a three-time winner of the Romantic Times Book Club award for Best Science Fiction Novel. Her latest novel is "Sunrise Alley." She has a Ph.D. in chemical physics, is president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and lives with her family in Columbia, Md.

Running Time

  • 37 minutes 55 seconds

Online Format

  • video
  • image

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