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Tessa Gratton

Kester Grant

Jason Gurley

Stephen Graham Jones

Muriel Gray

Muriel Gray is a media personality, the hugely talented creator and presenter of numerous TV shows, including The Tube, The Media Show and The Snow Show.

Justin Gray

Ursula Guin

Jonathan Gunson

Ex-creative director of McCann Eriksson advertising agency, Jonathan Gunson is a highly successful children’s TV producer in his native New Zealand, creator of such classic series as ‘The Boy from Andromeda’.

Alison Goodman

Kathleen Ann Goonan

Kathleen Ann Goonan has published short fiction, principally in ‘Asimov’s SF’, and is now writing novels full-time, including three more novels in the same world as ‘Queen City Jazz. Kathleen Ann Goonan lives with her husband in Lakeland, Florida.

Charles Grant

Colin Greenland

Award winning Colin Greenland was born in Dover in 1954 and wrote his first book, about a fire-engine that laid an egg, at the age of five. Since then he has written ‘The Hour of the Thin Ox’, which the ‘Guardian’ said ‘could be a classic’; and its successor, ‘Other Voices’, written to a soundtrack of the Cure, Dead Can Dance, New Order and the Cocteau Twins, which was hailed as ‘a short, sharp and moving tale with an acrid and lingering...

Nicola Griffith

Neil Gaiman

Elio Garcia

Abigail Gibbs

Abigail Gibbs was born and raised in deepest, darkest Devon. She is currently studying for a BA in English at the University of Oxford and considers herself a professional student, as the real world is yet to catch up with her. Her greatest fear is blood and she is a great advocate of vegetarianism, which logically led to the writing of her first novel, Dinner With A Vampire. At age fifteen, she began posting serially online under the pseudonym Canse12, and after three years in the internet limelight, set her sights towards total world domination. She splits her time between her studies, stories and family, and uses coffee to survive all...

Steven Gould

Steven Charles Gould is an American science fiction author. His novels tend to have protagonists fighting to rid government of corrupt antagonists. The struggle against corruption is the focus, rather than the technology. He has written ten novels and is best known for his 1992 novel...

Alan Garner

Alan Garner was born in Congleton in Cheshire in October 1934. He was brought up on Alderley and now lives with his wife and family in a mediaeval timber-framed house near the Jodrell Bank Radio Telescope, between Congleton and Alderley. He says in his published biography that, while his ancestors on his father’s side were skilled and steady people, his mother’s side were ‘gifted cranks’. Alan Garner was educated at Alderley Edge Primary School, Manchester Grammar School, did two years National Service and then went to Magdalen College, Oxford. He left Oxford knowing that he had to be a writer and not a teacher as he had originally intended. Cheshire and its mythology have had a profound effect on Garner’s writing. His interest in history and archaeology, and his own local discoveries, have been the seed of many ideas he has worked out in his books. His first three books, The Wierdstone of Brisingamen, The Moon of Gomrath and Elidor have become children’s favourites. But it was his fourth book, ‘The Owl Service’ that undoubtedly brought Alan Garner to everyone’s attention. It won two important literary prizes – The Guardian Award and the Carnegie Medal – and was made into a serial by Granada Television. It has established itself as a classic and Alan Garner as a writer of great distinction. In 1995 ‘The Stone Book’ was awarded the Phoenix Award by the Childrens Literature Association in the...

William Gibson

William Gibson was born in the United States in 1948. In 1972 he moved to Vancouver, Canada, after four years spent in Toronto. He is married with two children.

Terry Goodkind

Terry Goodkind’s first novel, Wizard’s First Rule (1994), established him immediately as a major voice on the epic fantasy scene. Subsequent books in the Sword of Truth series have climbed steadily up the national best seller lists. The saga of The Sword of Truth started growing in Goodkind’s mind during the early 1990s, while he was building his house in the forests of the north-eastern U.S. ‘It started with the character of Kahlan, and grew from that seed,’ he recalls. ‘It really became a haunting experience. As soon as I started writing Wizard’s First Rule, I knew writing was my calling. I’ve found something to which I truly want to dedicate my life.’ Goodkind was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, where he also attended art school, one of his many interests on the way to becoming a writer. Besides a career in wildlife art, he has been a cabinet maker, violin maker, and he has done restoration work on rare and exotic artifacts from around the world – each with its own story to tell, he says. In 1983 Goodkind moved to the forested mountains he loves. There, in the woods near the ocean, he built the house where he and his wife, Jeri, live, and came at last to tell his own...