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Charlie Jane AndersNotify me of new titles added by this author
Charlie Jane Anders is an American journalist, editor, and fiction writer. Her novel Choir Boy (Soft Skull, 2005) won a Lambda Literary Award in 2005, and her Tor.com story “Six Months, Three Days” won the 2012 Hugo Award for Best Novelette.
Her journalism and other writing has appeared in, among other venues, Salon, the Bay Guardian, the New York Press, Mother Jones, McSweeney’s, and the Wall Street Journal. With Annalee Newitz, she edited the anthology She’s Such a Geek: Women Write about Science, Technology, and Other Nerdy Stuff (Seal Press, 2006). She lives in the San Francisco Bay area, where she is the managing editor of the science fiction website io9.
James Alan GardnerNotify me of new titles added by this author
James Alan Gardner is the author of seven SF novels and one collection of short stories. Gardner lives in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.
Yoon Ha LeeNotify me of new titles added by this author
Yoon Ha Lee is an American science fiction writer born on January 26, 1979 in Houston, Texas. Her first published story, The Hundredth Question, appeared in Fantasy Science Fiction in 1999; since then, over two dozen further stories have appeared. She lives in Pasadena, California.
Nnedi OkoraforNotify me of new titles added by this author
Nnedi Okorafor was born in the United States to two Nigerian immigrant parents. She holds a Ph.D. in English and is a professor at Chicago State University. She has been the winner of and finalist for many awards.
Paul Park is the author of Celestis.
Matthew Sanborn SmithNotify me of new titles added by this author
Matthew Sanborn Smith is an American science fiction writer whose work has appeared at Chizine, Albedo One, GUD Magazine, and Challenging Destiny. He contributes to StarShipSofa and has his own podcast at BewareTheHairyMango.com
Michael SwanwickNotify me of new titles added by this author
Michael Swanwick is the winner of five Hugo Awards for his short fiction. His several novels include the Nebula-winning Stations of the Tide, the time-travel novel Bones of the Earth, and the "industrial fantasy" novels The Iron Dragon's Daughter and The Dragons of Babel. He lives in Philadelphia.
Harry TurtledoveNotify me of new titles added by this author
Harry Norman Turtledove is an American fantasy and science fiction writer, born in Los Angeles, CA on 14 June 1949. A Caltech dropout, he eventually attended UCLA and received a Ph.D. in Byzantine history in 1977. In the 1980s, Turtledove worked as a technical writer for the Los Angeles County Office of Education. In 1991, he left the LACOE and turned to writing full time. From 1986-1987, he served as the Treasurer for the Science Fiction Writers of America. He has written under several pseudonyms, including Eric G. Iverson, Mark Gordian, and H. N. Turtletaub. Turtledove has received numerous awards and distinctions, including the HOMer Award for Short Story in 1990 for “Designated Hitter,” the John Esthen Cook Award for Southern Fiction in 1993 for Guns of the South, and the Hugo Award for Novella in 1994 for Down in the Bottomlands. “Must and Shall” was nominated for the 1996 Hugo Award for Best Novelette and received an honorable mention for the 1995 Sidewise Award for Alternate History. The Two Georges also received an honorable mention for the 1995 Sidewise Award for Alternate History. The Worldwar series received a Sidewise Award for Alternate History Honorable Mention in 1996. Publishers Weekly called him the “Master of Alternate History.” He is married to mystery writer Laura Frankos and they have three daughters: Alison, Rachel, and Rebecca.
Patrick Nielsen HaydenNotify me of new titles added by this author
Patrick Nielsen Hayden is Senior Editor and Manager of Science Fiction for Tor Books. His original anthology series -- Starlight -- has won the World Fantasy Award, and individual stories from it have won the Hugo, Nebula, and other awards. The Washington Post has called him "one of the most literate and historically aware editors in science fiction." He lives with his wife and collaborator, Teresa Nielsen
Hayden, in Brooklyn, New York.
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