Jerry Pournelle Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Jerry Pournelle Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Writer Jerry Pournelle including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Jerry Pournelle
Real Name  Jerry Pournelle
Profession Writers
Nick Name Wade Curtis, J. E. Pournelle, Ph.D., Jerry Eugene Pournelle, Jerry E. Pournelle, J. E. Pournelle, Pournelle
Famous as Fiction writer
Nationality American    Famous American Men
Personal life of Jerry Pournelle
Born on 07 August 1933 AD
Birthday 7th August    Famous 7th August Birthdays
Age 83 Years
Sun Sign Leo    Leo Men
Born in Shreveport
Education University of Washington
Awards 2001 – Prometheus Hall of Fame Award – The Survival of Freedom 2005 – Robert A. Heinlein Award

1992 – Prometheus Award for Best Novel – Fallen Angels

1973 – John W. Campbell Award for the Best New Writer

Personal Fact of  Jerry Pournelle

Jerry Eugene Pournelle is an American science-fiction writer, essayist and journalist. A lesser known fact about him is that he is a polymath too, with degrees in statistics, systems engineering, psychology and political science. He started writing non-science fiction work under the pseudonym of Wade Curtis or J. E. Pournelle. Critics believe that when it comes to writing, his stories always display a strong military theme and the progress of the people is depicted by, and depended upon, the advancement in technology.

Then certain complicated social issues, arising from the technology, are dealt with through politically incorrect ways. Another thing that makes him popular amongst the readers is the various laws that he published in his books, the most famous being his Iron Law of Bureaucracy.

As a journalist, he earned recognition in the computer industry for his monthly columns called the ‘Computing At Chaos Manor’ in  Byte  magazine. His columns were the industry’s first and the longest-running monthly column, running for a period of over 20 years. After the termination of his contract he moved the column to his own website. He thoroughly opposed the US strategy regarding the gulf war, as he was of the opinion that the money spent on the war could have been used for developing energy technologies

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