Donald Kingsbury’s novels are Courtship Rite (Timescape hc/pb, 1982; Hugo finalist) and, set earlier in the same history, The Moon Goddess and the Son (Baen, 1985, expansion of Hugo finalist novella which first appeared in Analog and was reprinted in The Mammoth Book of Fantasy and SF (Asimov, Waugh and Greenberg, eds.); and two novels set in Larry Niven’s Known Space, The Survivor in Man-Kzin Wars IV (Baen, 1991, reprinted by Tor, 2006, in The Space Opera Renaissance (Hartwell and Cramer, eds.) and The Heroic Myth of Lieutenant Nora Argamentine in Man-Kzin Wars VI (Baen, 1994). Stories have also appeared in Northern Stars (Hartwell and Grant, eds.), and Far Futures (Benford, ed.). His 2001 novel from Tor is Psychohistorical Crisis, an expansion of “Historical Crisis” (the story that appeared in Far Futures). He is currently writing for Tor The Finger Pointing Solward, a continuation of his Courtship Rite world. His short fiction and science fact essays have appeared in Analog and Astounding. He lives in Montréal.