Ted Chiang was born in Port Jefferson, New York, and holds a degree in computer science. In 1989 he attended the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer’s Workshop. His fiction has won four Hugo, four Nebula, and four Locus awards, and he is the recipient of the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer and the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award. Stories of Your Life and Others has been translated into ten languages. He lives near Seattle, Washington. The New Yorker has published the most in-depth profile of Ted Chiang to date, starting with the 1990s when Chiang first began writing short stories, including “Story of Your Life” which was recently turned into the hit movie Arrival.