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  Timothy Zahn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Timothy Zahn (born September 1, 1951) is a science fiction novelist.
Zahn's characters are noteworthy for taking various pieces of information, putting together a picture of events, and planning a course of action around it.
Zahn tends to focus more on the logic of his characters rather than their feelings and has characters from the original trilogy re-use some of their distinctive dialogue.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Timothy_Zahn   (621 words)

 Timothy Zahn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Zahn was born and raised in the Chicago area.
Zahn's books are known primarily for two things: 1) Zippy, well constructed plots and 2) believable technology.
The Timothy Zahn Page - I'm not sure if this is an official web site, but it is the best Zahn site that I have been able to find.
www.futurefiction.com /timothy_zahn.htm   (426 words)

 Doorly.com: Timothy Zahn Interview
Timothy Zahn: The four writers I specifically tried to emulate when I began writing were Larry Niven for hard science, Theodore Sturgeon for characterization, Keith Laumer for plot twists and humor, and the adventure writer Alistair MacLean for really twisty plots and suspense.
Timothy Zahn: I did a couple of backstories for her, one in THE ADVENTURE JOURNAL and one in the TALES OF JABBA'S PALACE.
Timothy Zahn: What happened as near as I've been able to learn is that in 1988, Lou Aronica, head of Bantam Spectra, contacted LucasFilm and suggested a three-book saga to continue the series.
www.doorly.com /writing/timothy_zahn.htm   (2468 words)

 Timothy Zahn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Zahn is different not only because he was the first to create the post-Return of the Jedi world, but because he has done it such justice.
Soon after, Zahn's first science fiction story was published and with the support of his wife, he decided to quit graduate school to become a full-time writer.
Zahn's editor almost didn't submit him for consideration because he was new to Bantam and she wanted him to focus on a book he owed her.
www.starhaven1.net /zahn.htm   (422 words)

 Science Fiction Weekly Interview
Timothy Zahn entered the book market with a militaristic space opera about cyborg soldiers in the 25th century in his novel Cobra and its sequels Cobra Strike and Cobra Bargain.
Zahn: I used to like making up SF scenarios in my mind when I was in high school and college, usually while relaxing with colored pencil drawings, but I'd never gone any farther and actually written anything down.
Zahn: Actually, I had rather hoped all along that Luke and Mara would eventually get together, but the end of the Thrawn trilogy was way too soon for a relationship like that to work and be plausible.
www.scifi.com /sfw/issue407/interview.html   (2066 words)

 Book Signing: Timothy Zahn
Timothy Zahn was to make an appearance at Borders Books on State Street to sign autographs, from action figures to his latest book, Outbound Flight, along with answering fans’ questions from all around.
Zahn to sign for me. The event was taking place on the third floor, and when I got there, there was already a group of about fifteen waiting patiently.
Zahn was very personable while signing my copy, and I was truly glad I made the trek to see this man, as he is very fun to listen to.
www.sandtroopers.com /events/timothy_zahn/20060223   (472 words)

 Timothy Zahn
Zahn later wrote two additional Star Wars novels, collectively called The Hand of Thrawn series, and contributed to several Star Wars short story collections.
Zahn's work isn't limited to Star Wars, though.
He has also written the widely popular Conqueror's Series, which tell the story of a war between humans and a race of aliens that have indestructable spaceships and never die (well, they die, but they stick around...).
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ti/Timothy_Zahn.html   (148 words)

 Dragon*Con Biography: [Timothy Zahn]
Timothy Zahn was born in Chicago in 1951 and grew up in the western suburb of Lombard.
From then on it was less a question of whether he could eventually earn a living writing as it was when that point would be reached.
Since then Zahn has published nearly seventy short stories and novelettes, nineteen novels and three short fiction collections.
www.dragoncon.org /people/zahnt.html   (437 words)

 Star Wars by Timothy Zahn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Timothy Zahn did a brilliant job of rekindling interest in the Star Wars universe.
Zahn deftly weaves the various sub-plots closer together in anticipation of their eventual convergence in the third volume.
Although Zahn mainly focuses on plot and action in these books, there is some fine character development of Luke and Mara presented in the second volume.
www.futurefiction.com /star_wars_by_timothy_zahn.htm   (2161 words)

 Amazon.ca: Star Wars: Survivor's Quest: Books: Timothy Zahn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Timothy Zahn wrote the Thrawn trilogy, which triggered this current wave of Star Wars novels.
Timothy Zahn's Survivor's Ghost is one of those, and it's quite thrilling.
Unlike Zahn's previous books, which were were trilogies or duologies, this is a standalone book and the pacing of the book reflects that.
www.amazon.ca /Star-Wars-Survivors-Timothy-Zahn/dp/0345459180   (2314 words)

 Timothy Zahn - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki - A Wikia wiki
Zahn later wrote two additional Star Wars novels, collectively called The Hand of Thrawn Duology, and later the stand-alone novel Survivor's Quest.
Zahn agreed to pose as his character, Talon Karrde, for the Star Wars Customizable Card Game—although hair extensions were needed.
Zahn has expressed an interest in writing more Star Wars novels, though he is not currently signed for anything beyond 2007's Allegiance.
starwars.wikia.com /wiki/Timothy_Zahn   (539 words)

 RandomHouse.ca | Author Spotlight: Timothy Zahn
Timothy Zahn is one of science fiction's most popular voices, known for pitting realistic human characters against a well-researched background of future science and technology.
Hugo Award-winning author Timothy Zahn brings his epic two-volume series The Hand of Thrawn to an explosive conclusion with a discovery that rocks the New Republic to its foundations--and threatens to resurrect the Empire.
From Hugo Award-winning author Timothy Zahn comes a dramatic new chapter in the greatest science fiction epic ever told.  Now Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo must battle to safeguard the fledgling New Republic from a dead Imperial warlord--and from itself.
www.randomhouse.ca /catalog/author.pperl?authorid=34041   (821 words)

 The SF Site Featured Review: Angelmass
Timothy Zahn's SF career began by selling SF stories to Analog magazine while he was a physics grad student at the University of Illinois.
Zahn is perhaps best-known as one of the original authors commissioned to write novels in the Star Wars realm.
Unfortunately, Zahn resolves most of his character problems before the end of the book, robbing the last few chapters of much potential punch.
www.sfsite.com /04b/am126.htm   (611 words)

 Echo Station: Interview With Tim Zahn
Tim Zahn is hands down the most widely acknowledged favorite author among fans in the STAR WARS Universe.
Since the release and wild success of his three Star Wars novels, Zahn has continued to be one of the most accomplished and respected science-fiction fantasy writers in the business.
Timothy Zahn has enjoyed an amazingly prosperous decade, and is showing no signs of slowing down.
www.echostation.com /interview/zahn.htm   (1494 words)

 Star Wars: Blogs | The Jedi Praxeum of Ossus | Timothy Zahn
Of all SW writers, Zahn is probably the most well-known of the many others out there.
Zahn (As most of you know) wrote the bestselling Thrawn Trilogy, which many fans are still divided over if it's good or bad.
Now, I'm normally a big Zahn freak and a devoted fan of his trilogy, but there was one thing that shattered my faith in him as a superb author and that thing was two words: Survivor's Quest.
blogs.starwars.com /1234567890/44   (307 words)

 Garrison Carida HONORARY MEMBER: Timothy Zahn!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Timothy Zahn's Star Wars novels have sold more than four million copies in print.
Flanked by members of the 501st, Timothy Zahn treated a sizeable group of fans at Olsson's Books in Arlington, VA to a short yet charming presentation on his experiences as a Star Wars author.
In the midst of the activity, Mr Zahn graciously agreed to pose for a photo with members of the DCSWCC.
www.garrisoncarida.com /zahn.html   (239 words)

 Star Wars: Blogs | Jedivan's Viewpoint | Timothy Zahn's Outbound Flight Worth the Wait
Some fans might be a little put out that Timothy Zahn has Anakin and Obi-Wan playing second fiddle to Jorus C'baoth, Thrawn, C'baoth's Padwan: Lorana Jinzler, smuggler Jorj Car'das, and Palpatine's aide: Kinman Doriana.
(For a Timothy Zahn Clone Wars adventure showcasing Anakin and Obi-Wan see "Changing Seasons", which can be found at http://www.starwars.com/hyperspace/member/fiction/f20040720/index.html.) His portrayal of both aspects of Darth Sidious' persona (the actual Sith Lord personality and his public, charismatic Palpatine personality) is also right on target.
In the end, Timothy Zahn once again sets the bar extremely high for all Star Wars authors, just like he did when Heir to the Empire was first published.
blogs.starwars.com /jedivans-viewpoint/13   (810 words)

 Zahn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Johann Zahn (1631-1707), German canon who wrote on the camera obscura and who invented an early camera.
Theodor Zahn (1838 - 1933), German biblical scholar
Zahn cup, viscosity measuring instrument common in paint industries.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Zahn   (118 words)

 Amazon.de: Survivor's Quest (Star Wars (Random House Hardcover)): English Books: Timothy Zahn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Hugo winner Zahn, author of five previous Star Wars novels (Heir to the Empire, etc.), serves up another G-rated crowd-pleaser in the bestselling franchise series.
Regulars will recognize the cast, but newcomers may raise an eyebrow to learn that Luke Skywalker, whom they lovingly left as a youth on a screen in a galaxy far away, is now a married man. His wife, Mara Jade, is, however, no simple suburbanite clutching little Skywalkers.
Timothy Zahn hat in den letzten zehn Jahren nicht nur bewiesen, dass er ein guter Autor ist, er hat auch nachhaltig das Star Wars Universum geprägt.
www.amazon.de /Survivors-Quest-Random-House-Hardcover/dp/0345459164   (1242 words)

 Star Wars: Hyperspace | Timothy Zahn Online Chat
His trilogy of novels -- Heir to the Empire, Dark Force Rising and The Last Command were incredibly successful, reviving a dormant Star Wars fan base with brand new adventures set in the galaxy far, far away.
He will soon start a booksigning tour to help promote this new book; see this list if he'll be in your area.
Timothy Zahn is scheduled to be online on Tuesday, February 3 at 2:30 p.m.
www.starwars.com /hyperspace/about/news/news20040130.html   (203 words)

 Staff Articles@SWI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In a recent letter from Zahn, it was confirmed that at this point he is indeed not scheduled to do any Star Wars novels for Del Ray.
Zahn said: "I decided that I wouldn't be able to do the best I could under the necessary constraints, and therefore declined their invitation to join the team."
Zahn said that if Lucas ever decided to go back and make the Sequels, the novels will presumably fall in the gap between ROTJ and Ep Now that the sequels seem unlikely to happen, the novels are just their own projected history.
home.netcom.com /~acedya/zahnarticle.html   (444 words)

 Timothy Zahn -- Recent and Upcoming Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Zahn is one of the most popular interpreters of the Star Wars universe with good reason.
In Conquerors' Pride, Timothy Zahn, Hugo Award-winning author of the Star Wars trilogy, unfurls a tale of drama and courage as the interstellar Commonwealth faces savage invasion by alien starships of unknown origin.
Timothy Zahn has created a universe in which mankind faces war against a newly discovered alien race.
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 Timothy Zahn
He is best known for a Star Wars trilogy that takes place several years after the end of Return of the Jedi.
He has also written the widely popular Conquerors' Trilogy, which tell the story of a war between humans and a race of aliens that have indestructible spaceships and can remain in spirit form after death.
While pursuing a doctorate in physics, his mentoring professor became ill and Zahn never completed the degree.
www.sfcrowsnest.com /scifinder/a/Timothy_Zahn.php   (398 words)

 Buy Survivor's Quest (Star Wars) -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Zahn's other Star Wars books certainly have an element of mystery to them, but in this book it is the principal genre.
Old-time Zahn fans, who have followed Luke and Mara from Heir to the Empire to Vision of the Future, probably won't have a problem coping with the new array of characters that Zahn invents; however, newcomers reading this book on its own might have a more difficult time.
Because it is a newer book Zahn does a good job tying the newly revealed events of the Clone Wars to later events, especially through talk of the Old Republic Jedi and Luke and Mara's humorous attempts to sneak past the old droideka.
www.psreporter.com /azn0345459180/survivors_wars.php   (1001 words)

 Books by Timothy Zahn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Timothy Zahn, in my opinion, is an author who will grow with time.
An epic tale of drama and courage as the interstallar Commonwealth faced savage invasion by alien starships of unknown origin.
In this follow-up to Conquerors' Pride, Zahn probes deeply into the world of the invaders themselves in one of the most powerful evocations of an alien society ever created.
free.prohosting.com /gnip/books/timothy_zahn.html   (367 words)

 Jedi Council Forums - The Official Timothy Zahn Discussion Thread
Timothy Zahn begun the revival of the Star Wars franchise with the release of the 'Thrawn Trilogy', beginning in 1991.
Zahn isn't my favorite Author but with his SW stuff it's remarkably true to the movies, which I really enjoyed.
Timothy Zahn, if you are reading this, it was your book: Dark Force Raising that got me into reading.
boards.theforce.net /message.asp?topic=5816925   (1151 words)

 Amazon.de: Star Wars: Specter of the Past (Star Wars): English Books: Timothy Zahn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Timothy Zahn is the master of the Star Wars novel.
Timothy Zahn proves he is a Jedi Master of s-f, 7.
Zahn's done it again in this novel, producing quality Star Wars stories consistent with the movies, other novels and general theme of Star Wars.
www.amazon.de /Star-Wars-Specter-Past/dp/0553504177   (1150 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Star Wars: Specter of the Past (Star Wars): Books: Timothy Zahn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Hugo Award-winning author Timothy Zahn makes his triumphant return to the Star Wars universe in this first of an epic two-volume series in which the New Republic must face its most dangerous enemy yet - a dead Imperial warlord.
Zahn brings his usual high-quality style to this book and it reads very much as a continuation of the original Thrawn trilogy.
Zahn wrote this book with strong links to Michael A. Stackpole's 'I, Jedi' and as such there are many familiar faces ranging from Corran Horn to Elegos A'kla.
www.amazon.co.uk /Star-Wars-Specter-Past/dp/0553504177   (1200 words)

 Jedi Council Forums - What makes the difference between Mark Twain and Timothy Zahn?
Zahn may not yet be one of those authors.
By contrast, Zahn is a Johnny come lately to the craft.
Twain was known for humor and satire, while Zahn is better known for his ability to construct complex, logical plotlines.
boards.theforce.net /Message.aspx?topic=5603576   (1741 words)

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