Michael Cassutt

Michael Joseph Cassutt (born April 13, 1954) is an American television producer, screenwriter, and author. His notable TV work includes producing or writing, or both, for ''The Outer Limits'', ''Eerie, Indiana'', ''Beverly Hills, 90210'', and ''The Twilight Zone''. In addition to his work in television, Cassutt has written over thirty short stories, predominately in the genres of science fiction and fantasy. He has also published novels, including the 1986 ''The Star Country'', the 1991 ''Dragon Season'', the 2001 ''Red Moon'' and the 2011 ''Heaven's Shadow,'' in collaboration with David S. Goyer. In addition, Cassutt contributes non-fiction articles to magazines and is the author of the non-fiction book, ''The Astronaut Maker,'' a biography of NASA legend George W. S. Abbey (2018). Provided by Wikipedia
by Cassutt, Michael,
Published 2018
...Cassutt, Michael. Astronaut maker. First edition....
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