1974 Receives Jupiter Award for Best Short Story of 1973, for "A
Supplicant in Space." Birth of third child, Anya.
1975 Options is published.
1976 (through 1979) Lives in London. Guest Speaker at Institute of
1978 Futuropolis (nonfiction) and Crompton Divided are published. Birth
1979 The Wonderful World of Robert Sheckley is published. Travels in
1980 Returns to New York City. Serves as Fiction Editor for Omni
1981 Divorces Abby Schulman. Marries Jay Rothbell.
1982 The Robot Who Looked Like Me (collection) is published. Lives
1983 Dramocles is published. Appointed Visiting Scholar, Artificial
1984 Is That What People Do? (collection) is published. Lives in
1987 Victor Prime and Hunter/Victim is published.