Karlheinz Steinmüller is a German physicist and science fiction author. Together with his wife Angela Steinmüller he has written science fiction short stories and novels that depict human development on a cosmic scale, grounded in an analysis of social structures and mechanisms. Angela and Karlheinz Steinmüller were not only among the most widely read authors in the GDR, ranking at the top of a 1989 poll of most popular science fiction authors in the GDR, but their works continue to be republished.
|Born:||November 4, 1950, Klingenthal|
|Alma mater:||Humboldt University|
About Karlheinz Steinmuller
German science fiction author and physicist who won the 2001 Germany Fantasy Prize. His best-known novels include Andymon: Eine Weltraum-Utopie (Andymon: A Space Utopia) and Der Traummeister (The Dream Master).
He was born and raised in Klingenthal, Germany. He studied physics at Humboldt University.
He ranked at the top of a 1989 poll of the most popular German science fiction authors.
He married fellow writer Angela Steinmuller, with whom he collaborated on his most famous literary works.
He is a contemporary of horror novelist Stephen King.
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