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Paolo Bacigalupi

Legal name:  Bacigalupi, Paolo

Birth place:  Paonia, CO, USA

Birth date:  6 August 1972

Language:  English

Bibliographic comments:  Only Paolo Bacigalupi's genre titles related to Asia are listed here.

Biographic comments:  


The Windup Girl


Library edition: September 2009, 1st edition, 3rd printing

Night Shade Books

ISBN 978-1-59780-157-7

Hardcover, 359 pages



  •  A 'Windup Universe' story, set in Thailand.

  •  Winner of the 2010 Hugo Award for Best Novel, 2010 Nebula Award for Best Novel, 2010 John W. Campbell

     Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel, 2010 Compton Crook Award for Best 1st Novel, 2010 Locus Award

     for Best 1st Novel, 2012 Seiun Award for Best Translated Novel, 2012 Kurd-Lasswitz Prize for Best Foreign

     Work, 2012 Premio Ignotus Award for Best Foreign Novel, 2013 Imaginaire Awards for Best Foreign Novel and Best



Pump Six and Other Stories


Library edition: February 2008, 1st edition, 1st printing

Night Shade Books

ISBN 978-1-59780-133-1

Hardcover, 239 pages



  •  Contains two 'Windup Universe' stories, 'The Calorie Man' and 'Yellow Card Man', the latter set in Thailand.

  •  Contains genre and non-genre fiction, contents relevant to this library are highlighted in white.

  •  Library copy signed by the author on the first title page.

Fiction: Pocketful of Dharma  //  The Fluted Girl  //  The People of Sand and Slag  //  The Pasho  //  The Calorie Man  //  

The Tamarisk Hunter  //  Pop Squad  //  Yellow Card Man  //  Softer  //  Pump Six

Omnibus editions

The Windup Girl


<  May 2015 edition

Night Shade Books

ISBN 978-1-59780-821-7

Trade paperback, 464 pages



  •  Omnibus edition of the 'Windup Universe' stories plus an interview.

  •  Interior art by Vincent Chong.

Fiction: The Windup Girl (2006)  //  The Calorie Man (2005)  //  Yellow Card Man (2006)

Interview: Extrapolations: A Conversation with Paolo Bacigalupi