Michael Paul Kube-McDowell, also known as Michael P. McDowell, is an American SF and non-fiction author.
He was nominated for the 1991 Best Novel Hugo.
He co-authored The Trigger (1999) with Arthur C. Clarke. He is known for his The Trigon Disunity series.
Other Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1985 — ConTact 85
- 1986 — Convergence I
- 1987 — Marcon XXI, Phoenixcon 2
- 1990 — InConJunction X, Chattacon XV, Toastmaster at State of ConFusion
- 1992 — ConQuesT 23, Millennicon -9
- 1994 — Off-Key Contraption
- 1995 — Confabulation 7
- 1996 — Toastmaster at Deviant ConFusion
- 2003 — Conclave XXVIII
- 2015 — Chambanacon 45
- Nomination for the Philip K. Dick award
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