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United States writer of science fiction (1907-1988)

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He currently is serving on the Board of Directors of The Heinlein Society.
Heinlein's Glory Road, claims essentially the same relation of idea to story: Heinlein loved ideas but he mainly wanted to tell stories.
Heinlein and Larry Niven, was among a group of writers signing a pro-Vietnam War advertisement in the June 1968 issue of Galaxy Science Fiction.
While offered annually, the Heinlein Prize has only been awarded three times in its history.
As a young teenager, it was science fiction, such as Heinlein, Asimov, Clarke, Dick and Moorcock.
Heinlein wrote a number of science fiction novels for young people over a 16-year period from the late 1940s to the early 1960s.
Heinlein, one of the most popular science fiction authors and winner of the 1975 Grand Master Award for lifetime achievement.
Two decades after the death of the trailblazing author Robert Heinlein, the connection between science fiction and libertarianism remains strong, continuing to yield fascinating results.
I had nothing to read, and my dad recommended Double Star by Robert Heinlein.
Widely considered one of the four great science fiction writers of our time, Heinlein too encountered general semantics at a formative stage of his career and in his case, what he learned informed his writing and thinking for the rest of his life.
This lifestyle is predicated upon the assumption espoused by Humanist science fiction writer Robert Heinlein that "love doesn't subtract; it multiplies" It is perhaps most melodically expressed in Humanist Malvina Reynolds' beloved song:
Clarke, Robert Heinlein, Spider Robinson's Callahan series and Margaret Weis' and Don Perrin's Mag Force 7 series will enjoy this space adventure involving eclectic, humorous characters.
Heinlein, the original "Starship Troopers" polarized auds with its crazy-quilt mix of gruesome mayhem and overstated self-parody, along with its frequent use of fascistic imagery as a wink-wink running gag.
To Heinlein, "the beauty of a powered suit [is that] you don't have to think about it.