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Michael Moorcock
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    (December 18, 1939- )
    Born in London, United Kingdom
    British science fiction author
    Most well known for his Eternal Champion books
    Has also written and performed hard rock music
    Winner of the Nebula Award, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Grandmaster Award and four August Derleth Awards
    Has had over fifty novels published
    He uses multiple pen names.
    Almost all of his books are set in the same universe using the same hero, the 'Eternal Champion.'
    He dislikes the works of J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis and the Winnie-the-Pooh books.
    His last name makes for obvious jokes, for the record it's pronounced like Moore-cock and not More-cock.
    He frequently rewrites his works (sometimes very extensively) when they are reissued in later editions.
    His novel The Final Programme and his screenplay for The Land that Time Forgot are his only works to be filmed.
    He's very well liked by people in and out of the science fiction community.
    He was part of the British New Wave of science fiction concentrating on the effects of technology/change on people and society.
    He's worked with many rock bands like Spirits Burning, Hawkwind, and Blue Oyster Cult; inspiring them, writing lyrics, and even performing with them and has his own band The Deep Fix.
    He likes the work of Fritz Leiber.
    He allows other writers to use his universe.
    He edited the magazine Tarzan Adventures at age sixteen.
    He criticizes writers who inject politics into their work.

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