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June 4th, 2004

Interview with John Robert Marlow

Abstract:
John Robert Marlow is a novelist, freelance journalist, nanotechnology columnist, and screenwriter. His first novel Nano was published in hardcover by Forge/St. Martin's Press in February 2004 ("Marlow's debut is a real page-turner"-Kirkus Reviews), and was immediately honored with the Nanotechnology Now Editor's Choice Award ("Plausible, scientifically accurate, and timely ... the most important piece of fiction written to date") and declared Book of the Month by the World Transhumanist Association.

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