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Christi J. Whitney

Christi J. Whitney is the author of The Romany Outcasts Series. She’s a former high school theatre director with a love for the dramatic. Christi lives just outside of Atlanta with her husband and two sons. When not spending time with them or taking a ridiculous number of trips to Disney World, she is usually directing plays, geeking out over Doctor Who, making costumes for sci-fi/fantasy conventions, watching superhero movies, or pretending she’s a tad bit...

Connie Willis

Connie Willis was born in 1945 in Denver, Colorado. She is the author of many novels and short stories, including Doomsday Book, which won both the Nebula and Hugo Awards. She has won six Nebula Awards (more than any other science fiction writer) and six Hugo Awards, as well as the John W. Campbell Memorial Award. Connie lives in Greeley, Colorado, with her...

Douglas E. Winter

Jack Womack

Jack Womack is the author of six novels, among them ‘Random Acts of Senseless Violence’ which received widespread critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic. When not writing he occupies himself smoking, shopping, smoking, reading, drinking and smoking. If he’s not doing any of these things, it’s quite possible that he’s asleep, or in Russia, whichever seems more necessary at the...

Stephen Walker

Walter Jon Williams

Chet Williamson

Nancy K. Wallace

Nancy K. Wallace lives in Western PA where she has served as a Youth Services Librarian for the past 26 years. Among Wolves is the first in a fantasy trilogy titled The Wolves of Llise. It combines her passion for history and legend with her love of fantasy. Among Wolves is her debut...

T. H. White

T.H. White died in 1964, leaving a literary legacy that places him alongside J R.R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis and Mervyn Peake as one of the 20th Century’s greatest British fantasists. He has inspired generations of fantasy writers, from Neil Gaiman to JK Rowling. Born in India in 1906, White studied at Queens’ College, Cambridge, where he wrote a thesis on Thomas Malory’s Le Morte d’Arthur. He found success with his ‘preface to Malory’, The Sword in the Stone, a wonderfully imaginative retelling of King Arthur’s early life. He continued to explore the Arthurian mythos in four further volumes – The Witch in the Wood, The Ill-Made Knight, The Candle in the Wind and The Book of Merlyn – a sequence collectively known as The Once and Future King. The novels were famously adapted into the Disney film The Sword in the Stone in...

Janny Wurts

Janny Wurts is the author of fourteen novels and a short story collection, as well as the internationally best selling Empire trilogy, co authored with Raymond E. Feist. She illustrates her own covers. The seed idea for her current epic sereis, the Wars of Light and Shadow, occurred when, in the course of researching tactics and weapons, she viewed a documentary film on the Battle of Culloden Moor. This was the first time she had encountered the historical context of that brutal event, with the embroidery of romance stripped from it. The experience gave rise to an awakening, which became anger, that so often, our education, literature and entertainment slant history in a manner that equates winners and losers with moral right and wrong, and the prevalent attitude, that killing wars can be seen as justifiable solutions when only one side of the picture is presented. Beyond writing, Janny’s award winning paintings have been showcased in exhibitions of imaginative artwork, among them a commemorative exhibition for NASA’s 25th Anniversary; the Art of the Cosmos at Hayden Planetarium in New York; and two exhibits of fantasy art, at both the Delaware Art Museum, and Canton Art...

Jane Welch

Jane Welch was born in Derbyshire in 1964. For several years she and her husband taught skiiing in the Principality of Andorra. She is the author of the Runespell trilogy.

Robert Westall

Robert Westall was born October 1929, in Tynemouth, England. His first book, The Machine Gunners, was published in 1975, for which he won the Carnegie Medal. Amongst many more prizes and accolades, he won the Carnegie for the second time in 1980, with The Scarecrows. He died in 1993.

Megan Whalen Turner

Megan Whalen Turner travelled to Greece one summer and decided to use its landscape as the background for a book. It didn’t materialise, however, until she moved to California where the olive trees reminded her of the Greek mainland. The Thief won many awards and glowing reviews on publication in the USA, including the Newbery Medal, ALA Notable Children’s Book and ALA Best Book for Young Adults. For readers of...

Margaret Weis

Margaret Weis was born and raised in Independence, Missouri. She attended the University of Missouri, Columbia, graduating in 1970 with a BA degree in Literature and Creative Writing. She’s written numerous novels and short stories set in the world of Krynn, as well as series in other, original worlds. These include: Darksword, Rose of the Prophet, Star of the Guardians, DeathGate, Dragonvarld, Sovereign Stone, Dragonships, and the Dragon Brigade. She resides in Wisconsin with her three...