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Kreicbergs, Toms, 1985-

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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1985
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        • Organization: (naf) Reed College (Portland, Or.)
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Rīga (Latvia)
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        (naf) Latvia
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        (naf) Oregon
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        (naf) New York (State)
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    • found: Dubultnieki un citi stāsti, 2011:t.p. (Toms Kreicbergs) back cover (a.k.a. Tom Crosshill; b. 1985)
    • found: Nebula Awards showcase 2016, 2016:contents (Tom Crossbill)
    • found:, accessed 15 May 2016:(Tom Crosshill's fiction has been nominated for the Nebula Award (thrice) as well as the Latvian Annual Literature Award. His stories have appeared in venues such as Clarkesworld, Beneath Ceaseless Skies and Lightspeed. In 2009, he won the Writers of the Future contest. After some years spent in Oregon and New York, he currently lives in his native Latvia. Tom's young adult novel The Cat King of Havana is forthcoming from Katherine Tegen Books (HarperCollins) in 2016. Tom grew up in Riga, Latvia ... He traveled to the U.S. to study physics at Reed College)
    • found:, accessed 15 May 2016:(Tom Crosshill, 2013 resident, is the author of the short story collection Dubultnieki un citi stāsti (2011). His fiction has won the Writers of the Future contest.)
    • found:, accessed 15 May 2016:(Toms Kreicbergs. Presentation, business negotiations and financial market consultant and science fiction author. He got his B.A. in Physics at Reed College (USA). Toms has devoted much of his time to individual studies of English conversation and business negotiations with the world famous specialist Sam Chwat. Toms is one of the founders of the CosaBuena Dance School and under the pseudonym Tom Crosshill, writes science fiction.)
    • found: His business website, viewed November 1, 2016:About Thomas Crosshill (In the 2000s, Tom worked as a commodities structurer for large investment banks UBS and Scotia Capital on Wall Street; he has acted as a consultant and trainer to executives at major companies in the Baltics and elsewhere; he is also an accomplished fiction writer) -
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    • PG9049.21.R44
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    • 2013-04-11: new
    • 2017-09-24: revised
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