James Patrick Hogan (1941-2010) received popularity as a British science fiction writer. Hogan born in England and raised in Portobello Road west London played a key role in the writing environment. He also won a scholarship and joined the Royal Aircraft Establishment in Farnborough. His educational interests advanced in mechanical and electrical engineering. During the 1960s he worked as a sales engineer for Honeywell. Thereafter he accepted a position at the Digital Equipment Corporation’s Laboratory Data Processing Group in 1970. He also moved to Boston, Massachusetts. In 1970 he published his first novel named Inherit The Stars. He moved into a full-time book writing career in 1979 when he settled in Orlando, Florida. Some of his popular books include Inherit the Stars (1977), The Genesis Machine (1978), Moon Flower (2008) and Migration (2010).
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