Profiles with Author Publishing Position

Steven Campbell

Hermosa Beach, California, 90254

Professional author and self-publisher of the Hard Luck Hank series. Melding genres of SF/Comedy/Detective/Superhero the series allowed Mr. Campbell to become a fulltime author with the first book. He handles […]

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Michael Capobianco

Hughesville, Maryland, 20637

Michael Capobianco has published one solo science fiction novel, Burster (Bantam). He is co-author, with William Barton, of the controversial hardcore sf books Iris (Doubleday, Bantam, reprinted by Avon Eos), […]

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Grant Carrington

Northampton, Massachusetts, 01061

Born 1938.  BA, math, NYU.  MA, math, Univ of Fla. Goddard Space Flight Center, 1962-68; Savannah River Ecology Lab 1977-1980 associate editor, Amazing/Fantastic, 1971-74; contributing editor, Eternity, 1977-79 Nebula finalist, […]

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Jeffrey A. Carver

Arlington, Massachusetts, 02474

Jeffrey A. Carver grew up on the Lake Erie shores of Huron, Ohio, but eventually settled in the Boston area, where he lives with his family. Currently he's writing a […]

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Michael Cassutt

Studio City, California, 91604

Michael Cassutt is currently in his third season as Co-Executive Producer/Writer for Z NATION — the SyFy Channel's highest-rated scripted series.  His prior credits in SF/fantasy television include THE TWILIGHT […]

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Beth Cato

Buckeye, Arizona, 85326

Beth Cato is the author of THE CLOCKWORK DAGGER steampunk fantasy series from Harper Voyager; her next book, BREATH OF EARTH, will be released in August. Her short fiction is […]

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Curtis C. Chen

Vancouver, Washington, 98664

Once a Silicon Valley software engineer, CURTIS C. CHEN (陳致宇) now writes speculative fiction and runs puzzle games near Portland, Oregon. His debut novel WAYPOINT KANGAROO (2017 Locus Awards Finalist […]

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Suzanne Church

Kitchener, Canada

Suzanne Church grew up in Toronto, moved to Waterloo to pursue mathematics, and never left. Her award-winning fiction has appeared in Clarkesworld, Cicada, and her 2014 collection Elements. Hellmaw 4: Soul Larcenist, from […]

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Richard Chwedyk

Chicago, Illinois, 60645

Richard Chwedyk is a Nebula Award-winning science fiction writer who teaches science fiction writing at Columbia College Chicago. He has also taught classes in short story writing for Oakton Community […]

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Gwendolyn Clare

Durham, North Carolina, 27704

Gwendolyn Clare's debut novel — Ink, Iron, and Glass — is the first in a steampunk duology about a young mad scientist with the ability to write new worlds into […]

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