The 2014 Writer in Residence was critic and novelist Samuel R. Delany. Samuel Delany has won four Nebula Awards, two Hugo Awards, and the William Whitehead Memorial Award for lifetime achievement. He is an inductee into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame and has been honored with the David R. Kessler Award from the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies as well as the Lambda Literary Pioneer Award. His stories are available in Aye and Gomorrah and Other Stories and Atlantis: Three Tales. His novels include Nova, Dhalgren, Hogg, The Mad Man and the Stonewall Award-winning Dark Reflections. His nonfiction collections include Silent Interviews, Longer Views, Shorter Views and Times Square Red/Times Square Blue. His award-winning autobiography is The Motion of Light in Water. A judge for the 2010 National Book Awards, he was the subject of a 2007 documentary, The Polymath, and is the author of a popular creative writing textbook, About Writing. His most recent novel is Through the Valley of the Nest of Spiders. It and his interview in the Paris Review’s “Art of Fiction” series both appeared in the spring 2012. Delany lives in New York City and teaches creative writing at Temple University.