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S. A. Chakraborty

Daniel A. Cohen

Gerrard Cowan

Gerrard Cowan is a writer and editor from Derry, in North West Ireland. He is the author of The Machinery and The Strategist, the first two books in The Machinery Trilogy. Gerrard studied History and English Literature at Trinity College and International Relations at King’s College. His first known work was a collection of poems on monsters, written when he was eight; it is sadly lost to civilisation. He lives in South East London with his wife Sarah and son...

Nick Cole

Nick Cole is a working actor living in Southern California. He has been writing for most of his life and acting in Hollywood after serving in the U.S. Army. His novel Soda Pop Soldier was published in 2015.

Louise Cooper

Chris Carter

Chris Carter is the creator of the television sensation of the 90s, ‘The X-Files’.

C. J. Cherryh

C.J. Cherryh attended the University of Oklahoma and received a BA in Latin in 1964 before moving on to Johns Hopkins for a MA in Classics. She is the award-winning author of many science fiction bestsellers, including Cyteen, Downbelow and Station. Fortress in the Eye of Time and Fortress of Eagles are the first two books in her long-awaited high fantasy series resulting from her study of ancient magic. She lives in...

Lindsay Clarke

Lindsay Clarke is one of Britain’s best known novelists. He has extensive knowledge of mythology and legend and runs workshops in the UK and abroad.

Marten Coombe

Pat Cadigan

Born in Kansas, Pat Cadigan has for many years been a visitor lecturing on creative writing and the genre at British universities. She has been twice the winner of the Arthur C Clarke Award. She is married with one son.

Richard Calder

Jack Colman

Jack Colman grew up one of five children on a rural smallholding in the middle of the North Yorkshire Moors. His first job was picking potatoes on the local farms and he has since been an antique furniture restorer, a grain tester (yes that’s a real thing), a plasterer’s mate, a football coach and a corporate lawyer. He is married and lives in...

Kylie Chan

Kylie Chan is the best-selling author of the Dark Heavens, Journey to Wudang and Celestial Battle trilogies, which tell the story of Emma, an ordinary Australian woman thrown into the world of Chinese Gods, martial arts, and magic. She lives in Brisbane with her two...

David Chandler

David Chandler was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1971. He attended Penn State and received an MFA in Creative Writing. The Ancient Blades trilogy is his first foray into fantasy.

Cinda Williams Chima

New York Times bestselling author Cinda Williams Chima grew up with talking animals and kick-butt Barbies. She began writing poetry and stories in third grade and novels in junior high school. These days she writes fantasy fiction for teens of all ages. Chima’s high fantasy Seven Realms series launched with The Demon King (2009), followed by The Exiled Queen (2010) The Gray Wolf Throne (2011) and The Crimson Crown...

Meg Cabot

Meg Cabot was born in Bloomington, Indiana. In addition to writing adult contemporary fiction, she is the author of the bestselling young adult fiction series The Princess Diaries. She lives in Key West, Florida, with her husband. www.megcabot.com

Blake Charlton

Severe dyslexia kept Blake Charlton from reading fluently until he was twelve. Because of this, everyone – including Blake – believed that he would never attend college. Ten years later he graduated summa cum laude from Yale University. Blake is currently studying at Stanford Medical School. Spellwright is his first...

Ramsey Campbell

John Ramsey Campbell is a British writer considered by a number of critics to be one of the great masters of horror fiction. Born and raised in Liverpool, Campbell has two children and continues to live in Merseyside.

Robert Carter

Robert Carter was born exactly five hundred years after the first battle of the Wars of the Roses. He was brought up in the Midlands and later on the shores of the Irish Sea where his forebears hail from. He was variously educated in Britain, Australia and the United States. As well as travelling extensively throughout the world, he has a degree in astrophysics, has worked as an oil driller in America, Saudi Arabia and Iraq and written computer software, been an editor for the BBC and even worked on the Blackpool trams. His interests have included astronomy, pole-arm fighting, canals, collecting armour, steam engines, composing music and enjoying the English countryside, and he has always maintained a keen interest in history. Today he lives in a ‘village’ that only sounds rural – Shepherd’s...

Arthur C. Clarke

Arthur C. Clarke was born in Somerset in 1917. He was a graduate of King’s College, London (where he obtained a First Class Honours in Physics and Mathematics), a past Chairman of the British Interplanetary Society, and a member of the Academy of Astronautics, the Royal Astronomical Society, and many other scientific organisations. He served in the RAF during the Second World War and was in charge of the first radar talk-down equipment during its experimental trials. He wrote a monograph for Wireless World in 1945 predicting satellite communications, and did it so well that when the first commercial satellites were launched twenty years later they could not be patented. He wrote over sixty books, among them the science fiction classics ‘Childhood’s End, The City and the Stars,’ and ‘Rendezvous With Rama’ (which was unique in winning all three major science fiction trophies, the Hugo, Nebula and John W. Campbell Memorial Awards). In 1968 he shared an Oscar nomination with Stanley Kubrick for ‘2001, A Space Odyssey’. He became widely known for his nonfiction work with the television series ‘Arthur C. Clarke’s Mysterious World.’ Arthur C. Clarke for many years made his home in Sri Lanka. He was chancellor of a university there and founder of the Arthur C. Clarke Centre for Advanced Technology. He was awarded the CBE in 1989 and was knighted in 1998. He passed away in March...