David D. Levine is a lifelong SF reader who made his first professional sale in 2001, won the Writers of the Future Contest in 2002, was nominated for the John W. Campbell award for Best New Writer in 2003, was nominated for the Hugo Award and the Campbell again in 2004, and won a Hugo in 2006 (Best Short Story, for “Tk’Tk’Tk”). A collection of his short stories, Space Magic, from Wheatland Press , won the Endeavour Award in 2009. In January of 2010 he spent two weeks at a simulated Mars base in the Utah desert, and you can read about that at www.bentopress.com/mars/. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife, Kate Yule, with whom he edits the fanzine Bento, and their website is at www.BentoPress.com.
- “Liaisons Galantes: A Scientific Romance” — Issue #108, November 15, 2012
- “Sun Magic, Earth Magic” — Issue #1, October 9, 2008
"Quite charming. The galanteries are a happy creation, very French, as is the solution." —Lois Tilton, Locus online
Honorable Mention, Year's Best SF 26, ed. Gardner Dozois