Jerry Oltion's novella, Abandon In Place, won the Nebula Award
for Best Novella of 1997. Jerry has been a gardener, stone mason,
carpenter, oilfield worker, forester, land surveyor, rock 'n' roll deejay,
printer, proofreader, editor, publisher, computer consultant, movie
extra, corporate secretary, and garbage truck driver.
For the last
22 years he has also been a writer, with 13 novels and over 100
stories published so far. Jerry and his wife, Kathy, live in Eugene,
Oregon, with the obligatory writer's cat, Ginger.
Twenty Questions collects twenty of his finest stories from the past decade.