I'm Mike Resnick, and I am, according to Locus, the trade paper of the science fiction field, the all-time leading award winner, living or dead, for short science fiction. I find this surprising, because I have always considered myself a novelist; at least, writing novels is how I pay my bills.
To date I've sold 62 science fiction novels (plus one mystery, and nine non-fiction books (all of them about writing or science fiction or both). I've sold upward of 250 stories, and even a couple of screenplays. I've edited more than 40 anthologies, and served stints as the consulting science fiction editor for BenBella Books, and the executive editor for Jim Baen's Universe. I've won 5 Hugos, and been nominated a record 34 times; I've also won a Nebula and other major awards in the USA, France, Poland, Croatia, Spain and Japan, and have been shortlisted for major awards in England, Italy, and Australia. My work has been translated into 26 languages so far.
My daughter, Laura, is also a science fiction and fantasy (and romance, and travel) writer, and won the Campell Award (for Best New Science Fiction Writer) in 1993. I met my wife Carol at the University of Chicago in 1960, married her in 1961, and next year we celebrate our 50th anniversary.
My 2010 books include BLASHPHEMY, a hardcover from Golden Gryphon Press; THE BUSINESS OF SCIENCE FICTION, a trade paperback co-authored with Barry N. Malzberg, from McFarland; and coming in December, THE BUNTLINE SPECIAL, a trade paperback from Pyr. I also created five e-books in 2010, collections of my Hugo-winning and Hugo-nominated stories. I'd tell you what I do in my spare time, but I don't seem to have any. :-)