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Greg Egan (born 20 August 1961) is an Australian science fiction writer and amateur mathematician, best known for his works of hard science fiction. Egan has won multiple awards including the John W. Campbell Memorial Award, the Hugo Award, and the Locus Award.

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by Egan, Greg, 1961-
London : Gollancz, 2013 , ©2013
BookBook [text, volume]
Uniform title: Diaspora. Greek
by Egan, Greg, 1961-
Ath ena : Ekdoseis Boukoumane, 1999
Uniform title: Luminous. Spanish
by Egan, Greg, 1961-
Madrid : Bibliopolis fántastica, ©2010
Uniform title: Distress. French
by Egan, Greg, 1961-
Paris : Librairie générale française ; Laffont, 2001
Uniform title: Oceanic. Italian
by Egan, Greg, 1961-
Milano : Delos Books, c2006
Uniform title: Permutation City. Polish
by Egan, Greg, 1961-
Stawiguda : Solaris, 2007
by Egan, Greg, 1961-
London : Gollancz, 2007, c2001
Inori no umi = Oceanic and other stories / Gureggu Īgan cho ; Yamagishi Makoto hen,yaku
祈りの海 = Oceanic and other stories / グレッグ・イ-ガン著; 山岸真編・訳
by Egan, Greg, 1961-
Tōkyō : Hayakawa Shobō, 2000
東京 : 早川書房, 2000.12
Uniform title: Teranesia. Spanish
by Egan, Greg, 1961-
Granada [Spain} : Grupo Editorial AJEC , 2003
by Egan, Greg, 1961-
London : Gollancz, 2008, c1995
Uniform title: Quarantine. Lithuanian
by Egan, Greg, 1961-
Kaunas: Naujasis Eridanas, [2002]
by Egan, Greg, 1961-
London ; Sydney : Legend, 1992
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