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Amy S. Foster

C. S. Friedman

C.S. Friedman is the author of ‘In Conquest Born’, ‘The Madness Season’, and the highly acclaimed ‘Coldfire’ trilogy – ‘Black Sun Rising, When True Night Falls’, and ‘Crown of Shadows’. Ms. Friedman shares her house with several large cats and an enviable range of antique...

Daniel Falconer

Daniel Falconer has been a designer at Weta Workshop for more than fifteen years, producing conceptual art as part of the design team on many of the company’s high profile projects including The Lord of The Rings, King Kong, The Chronicles of Narnia, Avatar, and now The Hobbit. Daniel has written a number of books for Weta: The World of Kong, The Crafting of Narnia, Weta: The Collector’s Guide and The Art of District 9, each showcasing the company’s creative works. He lives and works in Wellington with his wife Catherine and two...

Raymond E. Feist

Raymond E. Feist was born and raised in Southern California. He was educated at the University of California, San Diego, where he graduated with honours in Communication Arts. He is the author of the bestselling and critically acclaimed Riftwar Cycle among other books.

Lynn Flewelling

Lynn Flewelling was born in 1958, in Presque Isle, Maine, which – contrary to common assumption – is not an island, or anywhere near the ocean but deep in the North Maine Woods with lots of lakes, mountains, and potato farms. Her mother’s people were from the coast, however, and she spent a great deal of time on Frenchman’s Bay. She has travelled the world and found no more beautiful or inspiring place. She received her undergraduate from the University of Maine at Presque Isle, where she majored in English, minored in History, and received a teaching certificate she had no intention of ever using. She married Douglas Flewelling in 1981. Since then, she has studied literature, veterinary medicine, ancient Greek among other things, and worked as a necropsy technician, a house painter, an office worker, a freelance editor, a freelance journalist, and yes, even as a teacher now and then, an instructor of workshops – on creativity and fiction writing. Her article ‘The Complete Nobody’s Guide to Query Letters’ has recently been reprinted as a chapter in Moira Allen’s book, Writer’s Guide to Queries, Pitches &...

William Forstchen