Joe William Haldeman (1943) received popularity as an American Science Fiction book writer. Some of his best novels include The Hemingway Hoax (1991), The Forever War (1974) and Forever Peace (1997). Haldeman received a variety of recognitions, for example, the Nebula and Hugo Awards. He joined the United States Army and worked as a combat engineer in Vietnam. He integrated his war experiences in his books to describe the challenging environments they had during the war times. Haldeman received a qualification in creative writing at the University of Iowa in 1975 and continued his teaching career at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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