John E. Stith Website
Science-fiction author John E. Stith's works include REDSHIFT RENDEZVOUS (Nebula Award nominee), MANHATTAN TRANSFER (Hugo Award Honorable Mention), REUNION ON NEVEREND, and RECKONING INFINITY (on Science Fiction Chronicle's Best Science Fiction Novels list for its publication year, on the Nebula Award preliminary ballot).
His other novels are SCAPESCOPE, MEMORY BLANK, DEATH TOLLS, and DEEP QUARRY.
He's the author of ALL FOR NAUGHT, which collects "Naught for Hire," and "Naught Again" both first appearing in ANALOG. If you hear about "Naught for Hire" verbally, you might think the title is "Not for Hire" but it's not. Check out the Naught for Hire website for even more info on the upcoming webisode series starring Ben Browder.
There's also a bit of NAUGHT FOR HIRE info here.
In addition to the original hardcover and paperback publications, MANHATTAN TRANSFER, REDSHIFT RENDEZVOUS, DEATH TOLLS, and DEEP QUARRY are available in a variety of electronic formats (Adobe Acrobat, Palm doc, Rocketbook, Microsoft Reader, Franklin ebookMan, hiebook, iSilo, and MobiPocket) at Fictionwise. REDSHIFT RENDEZVOUS, DEATH TOLLS, and DEEP QUARRY have been reprinted in trade paperback by Wildside Press. ALL FOR NAUGHT is available at Wildside Press and Fictionwise also. Amazon Kindle released most most titles in 2008.
About some of the links
E-books. Download a $2.00US electronic version (ASCII, HTML, Newton, PDF, RocketBook) of MANHATTAN TRANSFER, or to send the author payments using check or credit card,.MANHATTAN TRANSFER, REDSHIFT RENDEZVOUS, DEEP QUARRY, REUNION ON NEVEREND,, MEMORY BLANK, DEATH TOLLS, ALL FOR NAUGHT and THE EARLY STITH are for sale in Palm/WinCE/PocketPC format at eReader.
The Stith Store merchandising page lets you order t-shirts, mugs, and mousepads with graphics from your favorite John E. Stith novels and science-fiction art.
This is the free WALLPAPER page.
A few less-than-serious words from the author. (mp3 audio)
(Audio clip revised 8/4/98, depends on Adobe Flash being installed.)
Headline from Naught for Hire's Dysfunctional Future
- Robocaller Ignores List and Keeps Calling People with "Soothing Voices"