Joel Rosenberg

Born in Winnipeg, Canada in 1954, Joel Rosenberg grew up in eastern North Dakota and northern Connecticut. He attended the University of Connecticut, where he met his future wife, Felicia Herman. Joel's past occupations include driving a truck, caring for the institutionalized retarded, bookkeeping, gambling, clerking at a motel front desk, and passing himself off as a head chef for two weeks.

Joel's first sale, an op-ed piece favoring nuclear power, was published in The New York Times. His stories have appeared in Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Perpetual Light, Amazing Science Fiction Stories and TSR's The Dragon. Joel's hobbies include backgammon, poker, bridge, and several other sorts of gaming, as well as cooking, His broiled butterfly leg of lamb has to be tasted to be believed. He now lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with one wife, two computers, and three cats.

Joel Rosenberg has his own home page.

An incomplete bibliography for Joel Rosenberg is available in the Lysator archive in Sweden.

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