Orson Scott Card

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Orson Scott Card
Card at a science fiction and fantasy symposium at Brigham Young University in 2008.
Born August 4, 1951 (1951-08-04) (age 66)
United States Richland, Washington
Occupation Novelist, English Professor
Genres Science fiction, Fantasy, Horror, LDS fiction
Notable work(s) Ender's Game series


Orson Scott Card (born August 24, 1951)[1] is a popular American writer, a critic, political writer, and speaker. He is best known for his science fiction books. His novel Ender's Game and its sequel Speaker for the Dead both won the Hugo Award and the Nebula Award,[2][3][4] making Card the only writer (as of 2007) to win both of science fiction's top prizes two years in a row.[4]

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