ICFA Guest of Honor Address 2007 (GEOFF RYMAN IS KNOWN FOR BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN, POWERFULLY ENGAGING, genre-challenging fiction. He has won the Arthur C. Clarke Award twice, for The Child Garden (1989) and Air; or, Have Not Have (2005); the former was also given the Campbell Award and the latter the James Tiptree, Jr. Award, the Arthur C. Clarke Award, the British Science Fiction Association Award, and the Canadian Sunburst Award. His interactive novel 253, or Tube Theatre, can be read online at http://www.ryman-novel.com; the print version won the Philip K. Dick Award in 1998. He won a World Fantasy Award for The Unconquered Country in 1986 and was a finalist for the same award for Was (1992), an exploration of gender, race, childhood, and American history through the lens of L. Frank Baums The Wizard of Oz. His novel about Cambodia ancient and modern, The King's Last Song, is currently long-listed for the Impact Award.