Bio: Nancy Kress is one of the leading science fiction writers of the 1990's, with three Nebula awards and one Hugo award to her credit. Her most famous short work is "Beggars in Spain," (now available at Fictionwise). This story won both the Hugo and Nebula and inspired the "Beggars" trilogy. Nancy prefers writing novella length works, and she is one of only a few science fiction writers to adopt a literary style which combines science and human emotion resulting in rich stories of great impact. To hear an interview with Nancy Kress, click here.