The Sad Passing of Science Fiction Author James P. Hogan

We at Discovery Enterprise would like to bid one last farewell to James P. Hogan, one of the twentieth century’s great science fiction authors who passed away last Monday, July 12, 2010. And, I know that my fellow writers at Discovery Enterprise – Dennis Chamberland, Ralph Buttigieg and Michael Lombardi share with me a great sadness at his sudden passing.


James P. Hogan was the author of “Inherit the Stars” and thirty other hard science fiction novels. Three of his highly acclaimed novels “Inherit the Stars”, “The Multiplex Man” and “The Two Faces of Tomorrow” are available at the Baen Free Library for download in various e-book formats.
All of us at Discovery Enterprise would like to express our heartfelt condolences to Hogan’s wife, Sheryl, and his six children.

In the great fandom of science fiction we all look forward to an epoch when humanity will indeed inherit the stars, due in part, to the guiding vision of James P. Hogan.

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2 Responses to “The Sad Passing of Science Fiction Author James P. Hogan”


  1. 1 Ralph Buttigieg July 15, 2010 at 9:37 am

    G'day,I liked his Giant series and Thrice Upon a Time was a great time travel novel. His "robots on Titan" novel was very good too, although I have forgotten the title. Shae he's gone.taRalph

  2. 2 Alex Michael Bonnici July 15, 2010 at 12:34 pm

    Hello Ralph, the name of the Robots on Titan novel was the "Code of the Life Maker" and its sequel was "The Immortality Option".I bought his latest book "Migration " which was published May, 2010 just a few short weeks ago. For the past few years I always began my summer holiday with a new James P. Hogan novel.He will be sadly missed.


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