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Michel Faber
Faber, Michel

Michel Faber (born 1960) is a Dutch writer of fiction. He writes in English.

Chris Fabry
Fabry, Chris

Chris Fabry has written more than 50 books for adults and children, including the Red Rock Mysteries series with Jerry B. Jenkins and the Left Behind: The Kids series with Jerry B. Jenkins and Dr. Tim LaHaye.

Glenn Fabry
Fabry, Glenn

Glenn Fabry is a British comics artist known for his detailed, realistic work in both ink and painted colour.

 

Peter Facinelli
Facinelli, Peter

Peter Facinelli has appeared in films such as Riding in Cars with Boys and Can't Hardly Wait, and more recently as Dr. Carlisle Cullen in the Twilight Saga films.

Femi Fadugba
Fadugba, Femi

Femi Fadugba has a Master's degree from Oxford University where he published in Quantum Physics and subsequently studied as a Thouron Scholar at University of Pennsylvania. Femi has worked in solar energy and in consulting, and has written for the Financial Times and the Huffington Post. He currently lives between Peckham, London and Baltimore, USA. The Upper World is his first book.

Jenni Fagan
Fagan, Jenni

Jenni Fagan was born in Livingston, Scotland, and lives in London. She graduated from Greenwich University with the highest possible mark for a student of Creative Writing and won a scholarship to the Royal Holloway MFA. A published poet, she has won awards from Arts Council England, Dewar Arts, and Scottish Screen among others. She has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize twice and shortlisted for the Dundee International Book Prize. Jenni works as a writer in residence in hospitals and prisons.

J. G. Faherty
Faherty, J. G.

A life-long resident of New York's haunted Hudson Valley, JG Faherty is the author of 7 novels, 10 novellas, and more than 75 short stories, and he’s been a finalist for both the Bram Stoker Award® (The Cure, Ghosts of Coronado Bay) and ITW Thriller Award (The Burning Time). His latest novels are Hellrider and Sins of the Father. He writes adult and YA horror, science fiction, dark fantasy, and paranormal romance, and his works range from quiet, dark suspense to over-the-top comic gruesomeness.

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Todd Fahnestock
Fahnestock, Todd

Todd Fahnestock and Giles Carwyn met in high school nineteen years ago. Within an hour of meeting, they started a philosophical conversation they haven't been able to finish yet. Their nomadic lifepaths have crisscrossed again and again. Through the years they have dated the same women, been best man at each other's weddings, and attended the births of each other's children. They currently live twenty-five blocks from each other in Littlewood, Colorado, with their stunning wives, Lara and Tanya, and their freakishly well-named children: Liefke, Elowyn, Luna, and the Dash-man.

Hafsah Faizal
Faizal, Hafsah

Hafsah Faizal is an American Muslim and brand designer. She’s the founder of IceyDesigns, where she creates websites for authors and beauteous goodies for everyone else. When she’s not writing, she can be found dreaming up her next design, deciding between Assassin’s Creed and Skyrim, or traversing the world. Born in Florida and raised in California, she now resides in Texas with her family and a library of books waiting to be devoured. We Hunt the Flame is her first novel.

K.R. Fajardo
Fajardo, K.R.

K.R. Fajardo (Kelli) is a married mother of three children who lives in deep in the piney woods of East Texas. She loves chocolate, Dr. Pepper, 80's music, and anything paranormal. Her favorite way to unwind after a long, hard day is to kick up her feet and immerse herself into the fantastical world of a good book. It is this passion for reading that eventually lead Kelli to pursue her longtime dream of writing and in 2013, after a year of hard work, she self-published her first book K The Awakening. The following year its sequel Linked was released by Anchor Group Publishing. Spurred on by the out pouring of support she has received from friends, family, and complete strangers, Kelli looks forward to continuing to share her fantastical stories with readers around the world.

Deborah Falaye
Falaye, Deborah

Deborah Falaye is a Nigerian-Canadian young adult author. She grew up in Lagos, Nigeria, where she spent her time devouring African literature, pestering her grandma for folktales and tricking her grandfather into watching Passions every night. When she's not writing about fierce Black girls with bad-ass magic, she can be found obsessing over all things reality tv.

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Colin Falconer
Falconer, Colin

Multi-bestselling Amazon author Colin Falconer writes historical adventure thrillers, sweeping action epics drawn from many periods of history. 

His passion for stories was sparked at a young age, devouring the Classics Illustrated comics given to him by his Aunty Ivy after her trips to Pimlico Markets. By ten, Colin had read everything from Homer's Odyssey to the entire works of Dumas and H. Rider Haggard as graphic novels. 

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Kim Falconer
Falconer, Kim

Kim Falconer lives in Byron Bay with two gorgeous black cats. As well as her author website‚ she runs an astrology forum and alternative science site‚ trains with a sword and is completing a Masters Degree. Her novel writing is done early every morning.

Kim Falconer also writes under the pseudonym of A. K. Wilder.

Knut Faldbakken
Faldbakken, Knut

Knut Faldbakken (born 1941) is a Norwegian novelist.

Brian Falkner
Falkner, Brian

Brian Falkner is the award-winning author of several novels for children and young adults, including The Tomorrow Code, which was shortlisted for the New Zealand Post Book Award and the Esther Glen Award at the LIANZA Awards. His book Brainjack won the New Zealand Post Book Award and the 2010 Sir Julius Vogel Award. He lives in Auckland, New Zealand.

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G. D. Falksen
Falksen, G. D.

Geoffrey D. Falksen (born 1982) is an American fiction writer and essayist known for his work in the steampunk genre.

Jennifer Fallon
Fallon, Jennifer

Jennifer Fallon is an Australian fantasy and science fiction author.

Her first series, The Demon Child Trilogy, was released in August 2000 in Australia and hit the bestseller list the first week it was released and was shortlisted for the 2000 Aurealis Awards as the best Fantasy of 2000.

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Leigh Fallon
Fallon, Leigh

Leigh Fallon was born in South Africa, raised in Dublin, Ireland and moved to Cork in my 20’s. While living in beautiful Kinsale, Co Cork she discovered a love of writing. She writes mainly for the young adult market. Her current book, The Carrier of the Mark, prompted her to abandon my ‘riveting’ career in corporate treasury and she has been writing ever since. Her family and she now share our time between Ireland and the US.

Kat Falls
Falls, Kat

Kat Falls grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland and now teaches at NU, where she is continually inspired by her students' creativity. She started writing DARK LIFE as a writing exercise. Knowing that her 12-year-old son loved reading about the ocean, Wild West pioneers and, of course, the X-Men, she combined his interests and created the premise for a story that kept her up nights plotting and world-building. Kat lives in Evanston, Illinois with her husband, theatre director Robert Falls, their three lively children, two cats, two guinea pigs and a snake named Poncho.

Elizabeth Fama
Fama, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Fama is a young-adult author, best known for her book Overboard (Cricket Books, 2002), a novel for ages 11 and up, set in Indonesia. It was named a 2003 Best Book for Young Adults by the American Library Association (one of only eleven books selected unanimously by the committee that year), it received the 2002-2003 honor award for children's fiction from the Society of Midland Authors, and it was nominated for five state readers' choice awards (New Hampshire, Texas, Illinois, Utah, and Florida).

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Mary Fan
Fan, Mary

Mary fan is the author of several novels including Artificial Absolutes and Starswept, both of which have received praise from Publishers Weekly and Kirkus. She is also the co-editor of the independently published Brave New Girls anthologies, which are aimed at encouraging girls to explore STEM fields. She lives in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Nancy Yi Fan
Fan, Nancy Yi

Nancy Yi Fan is the New York Times bestselling author of Swordbird. Her Chinese translation of Swordbird was published in a bilingual edition. Nancy spent the first part of her childhood in China, where she was born in 1993. Birds, a lifelong passion of the author's, provided the inspiration for her novels. When she isn't talking and writing to readers worldwide, Nancy gets straight A's in school, practices martial arts, and takes very good care of her pet lovebirds, Ever-sky, Pandora, and Dippler. She lives in Florida with her parents.

Jane S. Fancher
Fancher, Jane S.

Jane S. Fancher (born 1952) is a science fiction and fantasy author and artist.

 

Bron Fane
Fane, Bron

Bron Fane is a pseudonym of R. L. Fanthorpe.

Beth Fantaskey
Fantaskey, Beth

Beth Fantaskey lives in rural Pennsylvania with her husband and two daughters. Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side is her first book.

Lionel Fanthorpe
Fanthorpe, Lionel

Lionel Fanthorpe is a pseudonym of R. L. Fanthorpe.

R. L. Fanthorpe
Fanthorpe, R. L.

The Reverend Robert Lionel Fanthorpe (born February 1935) is a British priest and entertainer, and has at various times worked as a journalist, teacher, television presenter, author and lecturer. Born in Dereham, Norfolk (UK), he currently lives in Roath, Cardiff, South Wales and is married to Patricia Fanthorpe.

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Sara Faring
Faring, Sara

Born in Los Angeles, Sara Faring is a multi-lingual Argentine-American fascinated by literary puzzles.

After working in investment banking at J.P. Morgan, she worked at Penguin Random House. She holds degrees from the University of Pennsylvania in International Studies and from the Wharton School in Business.

She currently resides in New York City.

Eleanor Farjeon
Farjeon, Eleanor

Eleanor Farjeon (1881–1965) was an English author of children's stories and plays, poetry, biography, history and satire. Many of her works had charming illustrations by Edward Ardizzone. Some of her correspondence has also been published. She won many literary awards and the prestigious Eleanor Farjeon Award for children's literature is presented annually in her memory by the Children's Book Circle, a society of publishers.

David Farland
Farland, David

David Farland is a pseudonym of Dave Wolverton. He was born in the United States in 1957.

David Farland has worked as a prison guard, missionary, business manager, technical writer and pie maker, but now writes full-time. He lives in Utah with his wife and five children.

DC Farmer
Farmer, DC

Once a successful doctor of medicine, DC Farmer now works two days a week for the NHS and, thanks to the wonders of Krudian physics, the other nine days a week for Hipposync Enterprises, as a scribe.

Hipposync was established in the early fourteenth century as a purveyor and publisher of rare books, the sort of stuff you are not able to get elsewhere and which contains information as varied as how to guard your castle against the Hordes of Maltasub using Harpie blood and tar, and how to change a beetle into a useful toothpick.

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Nancy Farmer
Farmer, Nancy

Nancy Farmer (born 1941) is an American author.

 

Penelope Farmer
Farmer, Penelope

Penelope Jane Farmer (born 1939) is a British writer of books for children and adults.

Philip José Farmer
Farmer, Philip José

Philip José Farmer (1918–2009) was an American author, principally known for his science fiction and fantasy novels and short stories. He spent much of his life in Peoria, Illinois.

Farmer is best known for his Riverworld series and the earlier World of Tiers series. He is noted for his fascination for and reworking of the lore of legendary pulp heroes, and occasional tongue-in-cheek pseudonyminous works written as if by fictional characters.

Christopher Farnsworth
Farnsworth, Christopher

Christopher Farnsworth is a novelist, journalist, and screenwriter. He is the author of Killfile, The Eternal World, and the President's Vampire trilogy featuring Nathaniel Cade. His books have been translated into nine languages and published in a dozen territories and optioned for film and television. His novels have also twice been a finalist in the Goodreads Choice Awards and a winner of the 2013 Best Audiobook for Thriller & Suspense.

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Frances Joyce Farnsworth
Farnsworth, Frances Joyce

Wyoming author Frances Joyce Farnsworth wrote seven children's books focused on animals, nature, and National Parks.

Richard Farnsworth
Farnsworth, Richard

Richard Farnsworth is many things. First he is a scientist with a PhD in Biology. He serves in the Army Reserve as a Lieutenant Colonel. He served as a helicopter pilot, flying Apaches, Cobras and Hueys and completed a tour of duty for Operation Iraqi Freedom as an aviation task force operations officer, (2003-2004). He currently works in Tbilisi Georgia. And now, in addition to writing about himself in the third person, he is also a writer of strange stories.

Kate Farrell
Farrell, Kate

Kate Farrell lives in Edinburgh. She was an actress for over thirty years with a career that spanned everything from Chekhov to Chucklevision. She now writes contes cruels, wherein bad things happen to bad people. Sometimes the innocent suffer too. Several of her short stories have been published in collections including the Black Books of Horror, Terror Tales and Best British Horror 2014.

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Matthew Farrell
Farrell, Matthew

Matthew Farrell is a pseudonym of Stephen Leigh.

S. L. Farrell
Farrell, S. L.

S. L. Farrell is a pseudonym of Stephen Leigh.

Mick Farren
Farren, Mick

Michael Anthony "Mick" Farren (born 1943) is a British journalist, author and singer.

T. C. Farren
Farren, T. C.

T. C. Farren is a novelist, prize-winning screenwriter and former journalist from South Africa. Her first novel, Whiplash, was shortlisted for the Sunday Times Fiction Prize and was adapted into the feature film, Tess.

Brian Farrey
Farrey, Brian

Brian Farrey completed his MFA in creative writing at Hamline University in St. Paul. He is the author of the teen novel With or Without You, and he's currently an acquisitions editor at Flux Books.

Clelia Farris
Farris, Clelia

Clelia Farris is considered one of Italy's best science fiction authors. She won the Fantascienza.com award with Rupes Recta, the Odyssey award with No Man Is My Brother, and the Kipple Prize with The Weighing of the Soul. She was a finalist for the Urania Mondadori Award in 2016 with "Uomini e Necro."

John Farris
Farris, John

John Lee Farris (born 1936) is an American writer. He was born 1936 in Jefferson City, Missouri, to parents John Linder Farris (1909–1982) and Eleanor Carter Farris (1905–1984). Raised in Tennessee, he graduated from Central High School in Memphis and attended Southwestern University there. His first wife, Kathleen, was the mother of Julie Marie, John, and Jeff Farris; his second wife, Mary Ann Pasante, was the mother of Peter John ("P.J.") Farris.

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Howard Fast
Fast, Howard

Howard Melvin Fast (1914–2003) was an American novelist and television writer. Fast also wrote under the pen names E. V. Cunningham and Walter Ericson.

Jonathan Fast
Fast, Jonathan

Jonathan Fast (born 1948) is an American author and social work teacher.

Jonathan Fast began writing science fiction and then broadened out into other genres. Of his eight novels, the most successful, from both a commercial and literary perspective, is the historical novel, The Golden Fire, an account of two brothers who battle to be king, set in India during the Gupta Empire (ca. 300 AD).

Julius Fast
Fast, Julius

Julius Fast (1919–2008) was an American author of both fiction and non-fiction. In 1946 he was the first recipient of the Edgar Award given by the Mystery Writers of America for the best first novel of 1945.

John M. Faucette
Faucette, John M.

John M. Faucette (1943–2003) was an African American science fiction author. He published 5 novels (four of them in the 1960s) and one short story. At the time of his death he had seven unpublished novels in various states of completion. Two of his novels; Crown of Infinity and Age of Ruin, were published in the popular Ace Doubles series.

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Robert Faulcon
Faulcon, Robert

Robert Faulcon is a pseudonym of Robert Holdstock.

Gabrielle Faust
Faust, Gabrielle

Acclaimed horror author, indie songwriter and artist Gabrielle Faust is best known for her vampire series Eternal Vigilance. Her previous work has also included three collections of poetry, Before Icarus After Achilles, Crossroads and The Beginning of Nights, the novella Regret, the novel The Lineage and the celebrated dark fantasy adventure novel Revenge. She was also the chief editor of the vampire anthology High Stakes and has contributed to a variety of publications and anthologies over the years. Her work has appeared in the sites SciFi Wire, Fatally Yours, Examiner, Doorways Magazine and Fear Zone, as well as various anthologies and magazines.

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Eileen Favorite
Favorite, Eileen

Eileen Favorite teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she received her MFA in Writing in 1999. Her poems, essays, and stories have been published in many periodicals. She has received two Illinois Arts Council Fellowships for poetry and prose. Her poetry and essays have aired on WBEZ, Chicago Public Radio. She lives in Chicago with her husband and daughter.

Heather Fawcett
Fawcett, Heather

Heather Fawcett has worked as an archaeologist, an aerospace technical writer, and a backstage assistant for a Shakespearean theater festival. In her spare time, she can be found reading, hiking, reading, eating ice cream, or reading. She is the author of Ember and the Ice DragonsEven the Darkest Stars, and All the Wandering Light. She lives on Vancouver Island, Canada.

Richard Fawkes
Fawkes, Richard

Richard Fawkes is a pseudonym of Robert N. Charrette.

W. M. Fawkes
Fawkes, W. M.

W. M. Fawkes is an author of LGBTQ+ urban fantasy and paranormal romance. With coauthor Sam Burns, she writes feisty Greek gods, men, and monsters in the Lords of the Underworld series. She lives with her partner in a house owned by three halloween-hued felines that dabble regularly in shadow walking.

S. Faxon
Faxon, S.

S. Faxon is an award winning author and creative warrior, who has a cat assistant, plays video games, and loves sipping whiskey. Resting does not come comfortably for S. Faxon, so she fills her days and nights with a variety of projects, from writing to creating cinematic book trailers for her fellow authors. Her two greatest goals in life are to provide escapes for her readers and to help fellow authors on their publishing journeys.

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Shannon Fay
Fay, Shannon

Shannon Fay was born in the spring, specifically Easter Monday in the year of the rabbit. Since then she has lived in Shanghai, Phoenix, and the U.K. She’s learned that your hometown is not where you’re from but where you choose to be. When she was a small child she dreamed about a girl who crashed her rocket ship on an alien planet. She wrote her dream down as a class assignment and has been writing ever since. She has a degree in journalism and is no stranger to non-fiction (though she still often finds it stranger than fiction). She currently lives in Nova Scotia.

Audrey Faye
Faye, Audrey

I tell stories of hope, resilience, belonging, and finding what (and who!) matters. I do that in a lot of different genres, but you’ll always get those things in an Audrey Faye book. :)

Alex Fayman
Fayman, Alex

Alex Fayman is a Professor of Finance and author of the newly released Sci-Fi thriller Superhighway.

Steve Feasey
Feasey, Steve

Steve Feasey lives in Herefordshire with his wife and kids. He says he didn’t learn much at school except how to get into fights and chat up girls - he wasn’t particularly successful at either - but he was always a voracious reader. He started writing fiction in his thirties, inspired by his own favorite writers: Stephen King, Elmore Leonard, and Charles Dickens. His first book, Changeling, was shortlisted for the Waterstones Prize and became a successful series. Mutant Rising is his second book for Bloomsbury, the first book in the series, Mutant City, was published in 2014.

Arnold Federbush
Federbush, Arnold

Arnold Federbush (1935–1993) was the author of two 1970s science fiction novels: The Man who Lived in Inner Space (1973) and Ice! (1978).

Federbush was born in New York, the son of a clothing manufacturer who had been a colleague in Palestine of Zeev Jabotinsky. He attended UCLA's film school, where his classmates included Francis Ford Coppola and Noel Black. His ambition was to be a screenwriter. After some years working as a film editor for Black and others, and finding that pitches for screenplays were (at the time) better received if they were based on already published books, he wrote his two novels, both of which were successful enough to be translated into many European languages and to remembered fondly to this day by fans of ecologically-themed science fiction.

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Christine Feehan
Feehan, Christine

Christine Feehan (born Christine King) is an American romance and paranormal romance writer.

 

Gregory Feeley
Feeley, Gregory

Gregory Feeley is the author of The Oxygen Barons and Spirit of the Place. His novellas have appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction,Starlight, The First Heroes: New Tales of the Bronze Age, and numerous best of the year anthologies.

Chani Lynn Feener
Feener, Chani Lynn

Chani Lynn Feener, author of Amid Stars and Darkness, Between Frost and Fury, and Within Ash and Stardust has wanted to be a writer since fifth grade story time at the age of ten. She majored in Creative Writing at Johnson State College in Vermont, and graduated in 2012. To pay her bills, she has worked many odd jobs, including, but not limited to, telemarketing, order picking in a warehouse, and filling ink cartridges. When she isn't writing, she's binging TV shows, drawing, or frequenting zoos/aquariums. Chani is also the author of teen paranormal series the Underworld Saga, originally written under the penname Tempest C. Avery. She currently resides in Connecticut, but lives on Goodreads.com.

David Feintuch
Feintuch, David

David Feintuch (1944-2006) was an American science fiction and fantasy author and attorney.

David Feintuch was the 1996 winner of the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in Science Fiction. He wrote a major science fiction series, the Seafort Saga, and a fantasy series, Rodrigo of Caledon.

 

Raymond E. Feist
Feist, Raymond E.

Raymond Elias Feist (born 1945, Los Angeles, California) is an American author, mostly specialising in fantasy fiction.

Feist was raised in Southern California. He was born with the surname Gonzales, before being adopted by Felix E. Feist.

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Cynthia Felice
Felice, Cynthia

Cynthia Felice is an American science fiction writer. She published her first novel, Godsfire, as well as her first short story, David and Lindy, in 1978. She has co-authored three novels with Connie Willis. Willis has stated that their co-authored novels are often considered young adult fiction.

J. Lincoln Fenn
Fenn, J. Lincoln

J. Lincoln Fenn is the award-winning author of the Amazon bestseller Poe, which won the 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award for Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror, was jury-selected for the preliminary ballot of the Bram Stoker Award, Superior Achievement in a First Novel, and was one of five finalists in the 2009 St. Martin’s Press New Adult contest. Fenn grew up in New England and graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of New Hampshire, studying with poet laureate Charles Simic, and author John Yount, a mentor to John Irving. Currently the Director of Marketing for an academic institution, Fenn lives with her family in California.

Jaine Fenn
Fenn, Jaine

Jaine Fenn studied Linguistics and Astronomy at university before embarking on a career as an IT consultant. She lives with her husband in Hampshire.

Lionel Fenn
Fenn, Lionel

Lionel Fenn is a pseudonym of Charles L. Grant.

Emerald Fennell
Fennell, Emerald

Emerald Fennell is a writer and actress. Shiverton Hall is her first novel. She lives in London with a very quiet ghost. Shiverton Hall, published by Bloomsbury in January 2013, is a deliciously creepy tale that will have readers needing to keep the light on at night.

Judi Fennell
Fennell, Judi

Judi Fennell is an award-winning author. Her romance novels have been finalists in Gather.com's First Chapters and First Chapters Romance contests, as well as the third American Title contest. She spends family vacations at the Jersey Shore, the setting for some of her paranormal romance series. She lives in suburban Philadelphia, PA.

Brad Ferguson
Ferguson, Brad

Bradley Michael Ferguson (born 1953), is an American science fiction writer. Before becoming a freelance writer he worked as a writer, editor and producer for CBS Radio News in New York. He is married to scientist Kathi Ferguson, with whom he collaborated on one novel.

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Rab Ferguson
Ferguson, Rab

Rab Ferguson is a York based writer of fiction and poetry. He's been published in several journals including Litro Magazine, Storgy, Voice-In Journal, Under the Fable and The City Fox. He's also a performing storyteller, and has been known to wear a woollen cape.

Mark Ferrari
Ferrari, Mark

For seventeen years, Mark Ferrari has made his living doing freelance illustration for such clients as Lucasfilm and Lucas Arts Games, Industrial Light and Magic, Electronic Arts, Chaosium Games, Amaze Entertainment, Tor, Ace, New American Library, The Science Fiction Book Club, and many others. The Book of Joby is his first novel.

Sean Ferrell
Ferrell, Sean

Sean Ferrell lives and works in New York City. His novels include Man in the Empty Suit and Numb: A Novel.

Sean has been published in several literary journals, including The Adirondack Review which awarded him the Fulton Prize for his short story "Building an Elephant."

Shana Festa
Festa, Shana

Shana Festa was born in Lincoln, Nebraska on October 17, 1976 and grew up in Northboro, Massachusetts. She currently lives in Cape Coral, Florida with her husband and two dogs, Daphne & Casey.

Shana is a registered nurse with clinical experience in mental health, geriatrics, HIV and substance abuse. In addition to her clinical background, Shana possesses over 15 years of experience with project management and data analytics.

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Paul Féval
Féval, Paul

Paul Henri Corentin Féval, père (1816–1887) was a French novelist and dramatist.

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Jasper Fforde
Fforde, Jasper

Jasper Fforde (born 1961) is a British novelist. Fforde's first novel, The Eyre Affair, was published in 2001. Fforde is mainly known for his Thursday Next novels, although he has written several books in the loosely connected Nursery Crime series and has begun two more independent series, The Last Dragonslayer and Shades of Grey.

David C. Fickett
Fickett, David C.

David Fickett lives in a small lobstering town on the coast of Maine with his wife of seventeen years, his daughter, and his two sons. He has had several short stories appear in Maine journals. Nectar is his first novel.

Leslie A. Fiedler
Fiedler, Leslie A.

Leslie Aaron Fiedler (1917–2003) was a Jewish-American literary critic, known for his interest in mythography and his championing of genre fiction. His work also involves application of psychological theories to American literature. He was in practical terms one of the early postmodernist critics working across literature in general, from around 1970. His most cited work is Love and Death in the American Novel (1960).

Michael Fiegel
Fiegel, Michael

Michael Fiegel is a writer and designer best known as the creator of Ninja Burger, an Internet cult classic that spawned a series of books and games. In addition to his work in the game industry, Fiegel has written and designed for a number of online outlets. Blackbird is Michael Fiegel's first novel. He lives in Seattle with his wife and two cats.

Lisa Fielder
Fielder, Lisa

Lisa Fiedler is the author of many novels for children and young adults. She divides her time between Connecticut and the Rhode Island seashore, where she lives happily with her very patient husband, her brilliant and beloved daughter, and their two incredibly spoiled golden retrievers.

Joy Fielding
Fielding, Joy

Joy Fielding (born 1945) is a Canadian novelist and actress. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

Alicia Fields
Fields, Alicia

Alicia Fields is a pseudonym of Amanda Cockrell.

D. K. Fields
Fields, D. K.

D. K. Fields is the pseudonym for poet/crime fiction writer Katherine Stansfield and SF author David Towsey writing together.

Anna Fienberg
Fienberg, Anna

Anna Fienberg is an Australian writer of young adult fiction and children's literature.

Stacey Filak
Filak, Stacey

Stacey Filak lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan with her husband, four children, and a menagerie of pets with nerdy names. The Queen Underneath is her first novel.

Gemma Files
Files, Gemma

Gemma Files is a Canadian horror writer, journalist, and film critic. Her short story, "The Emperor's Old Bones", won the International Horror Guild Award for Best Short Story of 1999. Five of her short stories were adapted for the television series The Hunger.

Jennifer San Filippo
Filippo, Jennifer San

Jennifer San Fillippo is a freelance copy editor who holds an MFA in Creative Writing from San Jose State University. She enjoys cycling, music, and drawing. She lives in California with her family and a small army of pets.

Paul Di Filippo
Filippo, Paul Di

Paul Di Filippo (born 1954) is an American science fiction writer. He is known for being a prolific writer in a wide range of sub-genres, including steampunk and cyberpunk, and for his gonzo writing style.

Paul Di Filippo has written mystery novels with Michael Bishop under the joint pseudonym Philip Lawson.

Sheila Finch
Finch, Sheila

Sheila Finch (born 1935) is a science fiction author. She has won the Nebula Award for her 1998 novella "Reading the Bones," which was later expanded into a novel. She was born in London, and currently lives in Los Angeles.

Thomas Fincham
Fincham, Thomas

THOMAS FINCHAM holds a graduate degree in Economics. His travels throughout the world have given him an appreciation for other cultures and beliefs. He has lived in Africa, Asia, and North America. An avid reader of mysteries and thrillers, he decided to give writing a try. Several novels later, he can honestly say he has found his calling. He is married with two kids, and he lives in a hundred-year-old house. He is the author of LEE CALLAWAY series, the HYDER ALI series, the MARTIN RHODES series, and the ECHO ROSE series.

Dan Findlay
Findlay, Dan

Dan Findlay is a historian by training and a writer for kids by trade. Dan has over ten years’ experience editing Australia’s leading youth magazines. He also has over a decade of freelance experience as a writer and photographer for Rolling Stone Australia as well as contributing the odd music story to the Sydney Morning Herald and writing for a wide variety of other pop culture titles. He lives near Sydney, Australia.

Timothy Findley
Findley, Timothy

Timothy Irving Frederick Findley, OC, O.Ont (1930–2002) was a Canadian novelist and playwright. He was also informally known by the nickname Tiff or Tiffy, an acronym of his initials.

Sarah Fine
Fine, Sarah

Sarah Fine is the author of Sanctum. She also writes with Walter Jury under the name S. E. Fine.

B. H. Fingerman
Fingerman, B. H.

B. H. Fingerman is a pseudonym of Bob Fingerman.

Bob Fingerman
Fingerman, Bob

Bob Fingerman is the award-winning creator of such critically acclaimed graphic novels as Beg the Question, White Like She, and Recess Pieces. In his novel, Bottomfeeder (published under the pseudonym of B. H. Fingerman), Fingerman tossed away the typical gothic and romantic trappings of the vampire genre in favor of portraying the down-to-earth story of a working class Queens-bred vampire.In Recess Pieces, Fingerman whipped up a bloody maelstrom of adorable moppets and the living dead set within the confines of a school. In the uneasy romantic roman à clef Beg the Question he presented anxious young love in the streets of Brooklyn long before gentrification. His most recent graphic novel is From the Ashes, a "speculative memoir" set in the post-apocalyptic ruins of New York City. He will have a short story in the eagerly anticipated zombie anthology The Living Dead 2. He lives in New York City with his wife, Michele.

Joseph Fink
Fink, Joseph

Joseph Fink created the Welcome to Night Vale and Alice Isn't Dead podcasts. He lives with his wife in New York.

Adrianne Finlay
Finlay, Adrianne

Adrianne Finlay is the director of the creative writing program at Upper Iowa University. She received her Ph.D. in English from Binghamton University. Her writing has appeared in Paterson Literary Review, North American Review, the Journal of Popular Culture, and New Linear Perspectives. Your One and Only is her debut YA novel.

C. C. Finlay
Finlay, C. C.

C. C. Finlay also writes as Charles Coleman Finlay.

Charles Coleman Finlay
Finlay, Charles Coleman

Charles Coleman Finlay also writes as C. C. Finlay.

Jeremy Finley
Finley, Jeremy

Jeremy Finley is the chief investigative reporter for WSMV-TV, the NBC-affiliated station in Nashville. Jeremy Finley’s investigative reporting has resulted in some of the highest honors in journalism, including more than a dozen Emmys, Edward R. Murrow awards and a national certificate from Investigative Reporters and Editors. He lives with his wife and daughters in Nashville, TN.

Alan Finn
Finn, Alan

Alan Finn is a pseudonym for an acclaimed author of mystery and crime fiction, and Things Half in Shadow is his debut novel. He lives in Pennsylvania.

Israel Finn
Finn, Israel

Israel Finn is a horror, dark fantasy, and speculative fiction writer, and a winner of the 80th Annual Writer’s Digest Short Story Competition. He’s had a life-long love affair with books, and was weaned on authors like Kurt Vonnegut, Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, Arthur C. Clarke and H.G. Wells. Books were always strewn everywhere about the big white house in Indiana where he grew up.

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Jay Finn
Finn, Jay

Jay grew up in a small village right in the middle of Ireland. His love of books and storytelling was obvious from an early age when aged seven, he asked Santa for a bookshelf because he had so many books strewn around his bedroom, that he felt it would be nice to be able to see all his books in one even glance. Aged seven!

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Charles G. Finney
Finney, Charles G.

Charles G. Finney (1905–1984) was an American fantasy novelist and newspaperman. His full name was Charles Grandison Finney, evidently in honor of the famous evangelist.

Finney was born in Sedalia, Missouri and served in China with the United States Army's 15th Infantry Regiment (E Company) 1927–1929. In his memoirs, he notes that his first novel (and most famous book) The Circus of Dr. Lao was conceived in Tientsin in 1929. After the Army, he worked for the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson, Arizona, 1930–1970, as an editor.

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Jack Finney
Finney, Jack

Jack Finney (1911–1995) was an American author.

Ann Finnin
Finnin, Ann

Ann Finnin (Tujunga, California) has degrees in biology and experimental psychology and works as a technical writer for a biotech company. Ann and her husband Dave live with a big black Lab named Hunter. The Sorcerer of Sainte Felice is her debut YA novel.

N. Wesley Firth
Firth, N. Wesley

Working name of UK author Norman Firth (1920-1949), who in fact had no middle name. He began his career during World War Two writing Pulp Westerns and thrillers.

Eric Scott Fischl
Fischl, Eric Scott

Reader, writer, lapsed musician, and history enthusiast Eric Fischl spent a peripatetic childhood in Tripoli (Libya), Texas, and Wyoming, followed by a long stay in Portland, Oregon.

After attaining his undergraduate degree in music composition, Eric set about paying off his massive student loans with a career in an entirely unrelated field. He currently lives in the Bitterroot Mountains south of Missoula, Montana, where he balances creative endeavours with his day job managing the technology group for a conservation-focused nonprofit.

Catherine Fisher
Fisher, Catherine

Catherine Fisher (born 1957) is an author, broadcaster and adjudicator who lives in Newport. Her former jobs include working as a primary school teacher and archaeologist. She also taught Writing for Children at the University of Glamorgan.

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Colin Fisher
Fisher, Colin

Colin Fisher was born in London, and his poetry and short stories have been published by Egaeus Press, 18th Wall Productions, Wyrd Harvest Press, Fringeworks Press and Occult Detective Magazine. In between writing, he works in IT and is currently working on a Masters in Celtic Studies. He lives in Kent with his wife and two grown-up cats.

Jude Fisher
Fisher, Jude

Jude Fisher is a pseudonym of Jane Johnson.

Lija Fisher
Fisher, Lija

Lija Fisher is an actor and monster aficionado. She lives in Colorado.

Sharon Lynn Fisher
Fisher, Sharon Lynn

Three-time RWA Golden Heart finalist Sharon Lynn Fisher lives in the Pacific Northwest, where she writes SF/fantasy and battles writerly angst with baked goods, Irish tea, and champagne.

Seth Fishman
Fishman, Seth

Seth Fishman is a literary agent at the Gernert Company. He lives in Jersey City, New Jersey. The Well's End is his first novel.

Nicholas Fisk
Fisk, Nicholas

Nicholas Fisk is the pseudonym of David Higginbottom (born 1923). He is a writer of science fiction books, mainly for children.

J. C. Fiske
Fiske, J. C.

J.C. Fiske is an American author born in Manchester, New Hampshire. He is an avid reader, martial artist, and metal fan. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Southern New Hampshire University in 2008. The first book in his Young Adult Fantasy series, Renegade: A Fire Within, was published through Tenacity Books in 2011.

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Marc E. Fitch
Fitch, Marc E.

Marc E. Fitch is the author of Paranormal Nation: Why America Needs Ghosts, UFOs, and Bigfoot (Praeger) and the novels Old Boone Blood and Paradise Burns, which is forth-coming from Damnation/Eternal Press. His fiction has appeared in such publications as ThugLit, The Big Click, eHorror, Horror Society, and Massacre. He recently won the Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship for his upcoming work, Shmexperts: How Ideology and Power Politics are Disguised as Science. His nonfiction has appeared in the Federalist, World Net Daily, American Thinker and The Skeptical Inquirer. He currently lives in Harwinton, CT with his wife and four children and works in the field of mental health.

Constance Ann Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald, Constance Ann

Constance Ann Fitzgerald lives in the Bay Area where she works in an adult shop, collecting stories about creeps. She can often be found talking to dogs and scribbling in notebooks.

Mara Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald, Mara

Mara Fitzgerald writes YA fantasy about unlikable female characters who ruin everything. She is a biologist by day and spends entirely too much time looking at insects under a microscope. She was born near Disney World and now lives near Graceland, which is almost as good. Beyond the Ruby Veil is her debut novel.

Sarah Moore Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald, Sarah Moore

Sarah Moore Fitzgerald was born in New York in 1965 but grew up in Co. Dublin.

Becca Fitzpatrick
Fitzpatrick, Becca

Becca Fitzpatrick grew up reading Nancy Drew and Trixie Belden with a flashlight under the covers. She graduated college with a degree in health, which she promptly abandoned for storytelling. When not writing, she's most likely prowling sale racks for reject shoes, running, or watching crime dramas on TV. Hush, Hush is her first novel.

A. J. Fitzwater
Fitzwater, A. J.

A. J. Fitzwater is 1000 tiny dragons flapping furiously inside a meat suit, living between two fault lines in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Their short stories have been published in Clarkesworld, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Shimmer Magazine, Giganotosaurus, and other venues and anthologies of repute. Their capybara pirate collection "The Voyages of Cinrak The Dapper" is available from Queen of Swords Press April 2020, and their WW2 Land Girls shapeshifter novella "No Man's Land" is available from Paper Road Press May 2020.

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Matthew Flaming
Flaming, Matthew

Matthew Flaming was born in Los Angeles and studied philosophy at Hampshire College.

John Flanagan
Flanagan, John

John Flanagan (born 1944) grew up in Sydney, Australia hoping to be a writer. It wasn't until he wrote a highly uncomplimentary poem about a senior executive at the agency he worked, however, that his talent was revealed. It turned out one of the company directors agreed with John's assessment of the executive, and happily agreed to train John in copywriting. After writing advertising copy for the next two decades, John teamed with an old friend to develop a television sitcom, Hey Dad!, which went on to air for eight years. John began writing Ranger's Apprentice for his son, Michael, ten years ago, and is still hard at work on the series. He currently lives in the suburb of Manly, Australia, with his wife. In addition to their son, they have two grown daughters and four grandsons.

Eric Flanders
Flanders, Eric

Eric Flanders is a pseudonym of James Kisner.

KayLynn Flanders
Flanders, KayLynn

KayLynn Flanders is a graduate of Brigham Young University, with a degree in English Language and a minor in editing. When she’s not writing, she spends her time playing volleyball, reading, and traveling. She lives in Utah with her family, and thinks there’s nothing better than a spur-of-the-moment road trip. Her debut novel is Shielded.

Peter Flannery
Flannery, Peter

Peter Flannery lives in the Scottish Borders with his wife and two sons. After leaving school he studied art and design before leaving college to work in forestry. However, during an accident at work he broke his neck and, after a month on traction and a year's convalescence, he moved into horticulture before switching again to set himself up as a sculptor working for the toy industry. 

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Jessika Fleck
Fleck, Jessika

Jessika Fleck is an author, an artist, and a knitter — she sincerely hopes to one day discover a way to do all three at once. Until then, she continues collecting vintage typewriters and hourglasses and convincing her husband they need one. more. kitten.

Ian Fleming
Fleming, Ian

Ian Lancaster Fleming (1908–1964) was an English author, journalist and Naval Intelligence Officer, best known for his James Bond series of spy novels.

C. A. Fletcher
Fletcher, C. A.

A pseudonym of Charlie Fletcher.

C. A. Fletcher has children and dogs. He lives in Scotland and writes for a living.

Charlie Fletcher
Fletcher, Charlie

Charlie Fletcher is a screenwriter and children's author living in Edinburgh. His Stoneheart trilogy has been translated into a dozen languages and the film rights have been sold to Paramount. The first volume, Stoneheart, was shortlisted for the Branford Boase award and longlisted for the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize. His stand-alone novel for children, Far Rockaway, was published last year to great critical acclaim and has been longlisted for the Carnegie prize.

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Michael R. Fletcher
Fletcher, Michael R.

Michael Fletcher is a the author of 88. His short fiction has appeared in Interzone, On Spec, Daily Science Fiction, Heroic Fantasy Quarterly, and Arcane. He lives in Canada.

Tom Fletcher
Fletcher, Tom

Tom Fletcher is a young author who has already made a name for himself thanks to spine-chilling readings of his work at Manchester's monthly live lit event, "There's No Point in Not Being Friends". He has published a number of his short stories in a three-author anthology, Before the Rain. The Leaping is his first novel.

Tom Fletcher
Fletcher, Tom

Tom Fletcher is one of the UK's bestselling authors for children. The Christmasaurus was the biggest debut middle-grade novel of 2016 and was shortlisted for a British Book Award, and The Creakers was a number one bestseller. Tom is also the bestselling author of the In Your Book picture book series, as well as one half of the author duo behind the Dinosaur that Pooped picture book series, which has sold over a million copies. Tom's books have been translated into thirty-two languages and counting. He is also a music-making, song-writing, guitar-playing, Guinness World Record-holding, nappy changing, galaxy-defending dad!

Lynn Flewelling
Flewelling, Lynn

Lynn Flewelling (born 1958) is an American fantasy author. She is the author of two acclaimed fantasy series: Nightrunner and Tamír Triad.

Lynn Flewelling lives in Maine with her husband Douglas and their two sons.

 

Verlyn Flieger
Flieger, Verlyn

Verlyn Flieger (born 1933) is an author, editor, and professor in the Department of English at the University of Maryland at College Park. She teaches courses in comparative mythology, medieval literature and the works of J. R. R. Tolkien.

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Alex Flinn
Flinn, Alex

Alex Flinn is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Beastly, a reimagining of Beauty and the Beast, along with several other modern fairy-tale retellings, including A Kiss in Time, Cloaked, and Bewitching. She lives in Miami, FL, with her family.

Eric Flint
Flint, Eric

Eric Flint (born 1947) is an American alternate history and fantasy author, editor and e-publisher.

Kenneth C. Flint
Flint, Kenneth C.

Kenneth C. Flint (born 1947) is an American fantasy author. He has also written under the pseudonym of Casey Flynn.

Kenneth C. Flint writes historical fantasy novels. Several of his novels are based on Irish myths and legends, or the stories involve concepts and characters from Irish mythology.

Thomas Flintham
Flintham, Thomas

Thomas Flintham has always loved to draw and tell stories, and now that is his job! He grew up in Lincoln, England, and studied fine art in Leicester and illustration in Camberwell, London. He lives by the sea with his wife Bethany, in Cornwall.

Bill Flippin
Flippin, Bill

Bill Flippin is the creator of Dragon Crest, turning his fictional world into a national live-action role playing game, with ongoing Dragon Crest events and campaigns all over the United States.

Noret Flood
Flood, Noret

Noret Flood (aka puddles4263) is the author of The Legend of Randidly Ghosthound.

Francesca Flores
Flores, Francesca

Francesca Flores is a writer, traveler and linguist. Raised in Pittsburgh, she read every fantasy book she could get her hands on and started writing her own stories at a young age. She began writing Diamond City while working as a corporate travel manager. When she's not writing or reading, Francesca enjoys traveling, dancing ballet and jazz, practicing trapeze and contortion, and visiting parks and trails around San Francisco, where she currently resides.

Casey Flynn
Flynn, Casey

Casey Flynn is a pseudonym of Kenneth C. Flint.

Gillian Flynn
Flynn, Gillian

Gillian Flynn is an American author and former television critic for Entertainment Weekly.

Katie M. Flynn
Flynn, Katie M.

Katie M. Flynn is a writer, editor, and educator based in San Francisco. Her short fiction has appeared in Colorado ReviewIndiana ReviewThe Masters Review, and Tin House, among other publications. She has been awarded Colorado Review’s Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction, a fellowship from the San Francisco Writers Grotto, and the Steinbeck Fellowship in Creative Writing. Katie holds an MFA from the University of San Francisco and an MA in Geography from UCLA. The Companions is her first novel.

Michael Flynn
Flynn, Michael

Michael Francis Flynn (born 1947) is an American statistician and science fiction author.

S. C. Flynn
Flynn, S. C.

S. C. Flynn was born in a small town in South West Western Australia. He has lived in Europe for a long time; first the United Kingdom, then Italy and currently Ireland, the home of his ancestors. He still speaks English with an Australian accent, and fluent Italian.

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Tom Flynn
Flynn, Tom

Thomas W. Flynn, aka Tom Flynn, is an author, journalist, novelist, entertainer, folklorist, Executive Director of the Council for Secular Humanism, and Editor of its journal Free Inquiry magazine. He is also director of the Robert Green Ingersoll Birthplace Museum. Much of his work addresses church-state issues, including the 1993 book The Trouble With Christmas, about which he has made hundreds of radio and TV appearances in his role as the curmudgeonly “anti-Claus.” He is also the author of the anti-religious black comedy science fiction novel, Galactic Rapture (2000) and its sequel, Nothing Sacred (2004). His latest work, The New Encyclopedia of Unbelief (2007), is a comprehensive reference work on the history, beliefs, and thinking of America’s fastest growing minority: those who live without religion. He is currently writing a third science-fiction novel set in the Galactic Rapture universe.

Vince Flynn
Flynn, Vince

Vince Flynn was a New York Times bestselling author of eleven thrillers, including most recently EXTREME MEASURES and ACT OF TREASON. He lived in Minneapolis with his wife and three children. He died on June 19, 2013, after a three-year battle with prostate cancer.

Magnus Flyte
Flyte, Magnus

Magnus Flyte is a pseudonym for the writing duo of Meg Howrey and Christina Lynch. Howrey is a former dancer with the Joffrey II and the winner of an Ovation Award. She is the author of the novels The Cranes Dance and Blind Sight and lives in Los Angeles. Lynch is a television writer and former Milan correspondent for W Magazine. She lives near Sequoia National Park in California.

Vanessa Fogg
Fogg, Vanessa

Vanessa Fogg dreams of dragons, selkies, and gritty cyberpunk futures from her home in western Michigan. She is a lapsed scientist and now works as a freelance medical writer. Her short stories have appeared in a number of science fiction and fantasy magazines, as well as in a few non-genre outlets. She is fueled by green tea.

Eric Fogle
Fogle, Eric

Eric Benjamin Fogle began his writing career in 1994 after reading the extraordinary novel, Magician Apprentice, by Raymond Feist. At the time, he was unaware how such awesomely vivid settings and deep characters would inspire him to pen his own novel. He has not stopped reading nor writing since; collecting over 200 novels from various fantasy authors.

Kaja Foglio
Foglio, Kaja

 

Phil and Kaja Foglio are the co-creators of the Hugo, Eagle, and Eisner Award-nominated webcomic Girl Genius. The two have contributed artwork to the collectable card game Magic: The Gathering, and have collaborated on the gaming comic strip What's New with Phil & Dixie.

Phil Foglio
Foglio, Phil

Phil and Kaja Foglio are the co-creators of the Hugo, Eagle, and Eisner Award-nominated webcomic Girl Genius. The two have contributed artwork to the collectable card game Magic: The Gathering, and have collaborated on the gaming comic strip What's New with Phil & Dixie.

Lucy Foley
Foley, Lucy

Lucy Foley studied English liter­ature at Durham University and University College London and worked for several years as a fiction edi­tor in the publishing industry. She is the author of five novels including The Guest List and The Hunt­ing Party. She lives in London.

Ken Follett
Follett, Ken

Ken Follett is one of the world’s most successful authors. Over 170 million copies of the 36 books he has written have been sold in over 80 countries and in 33 languages.

Born on June 5th, 1949 in Cardiff, Wales, the son of a tax inspector, Ken was educated at state schools and went on to graduate from University College, London, with an Honours degree in Philosophy – later to be made a Fellow of the College in 1995.

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Todd A. Fonseca
Fonseca, Todd A.

Todd A. Fonseca is the author of the juvenile fiction novel The Time Cavern. Named a 2009 National Indie Excellence Book Award finalist and nominated for a 2008 Minnesota book award, his debut novel is the first in a series. Fonseca lives in Minnesota with his wife and four boys.

D. C. Fontana
Fontana, D. C.

Dorothy Catherine "D. C." Fontana (born 1939) is an American television script writer and story editor, best known for her work on the original Star Trek series.

Amanda Foody
Foody, Amanda

Amanda Foody has always considered imagination to be our best attempt at magic. After spending her childhood longing to attend Hogwarts, she now loves to write about immersive settings and characters grappling with insurmountable destinies. Currently, she works as a tax accountant in Philadelphia, PA, surrounded by her many siblings and many books.

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Matt Forbeck
Forbeck, Matt

Matt Forbeck has worked full-time on fiction and games since 1989. Frankly, he is a creative machine, and thus utterly perfect for Angry Robot. His many publishers include Adams Media, AEG, Atari, Boom! Studios, Atlas Games, Del Rey, Games Workshop, Green Ronin, High Voltage Studios, Human Head Studios, IDW, Image Comics, Mattel, Pinnacle Entertainment Group, Playmates Toys, Simon & Schuster, Ubisoft, Wizards of the Coast, and WizKids. He has written novels, comic books, short stories, non-fiction (including the acclaimed Marvel Encyclopedia), magazine articles and computer game scripts. He has designed collectible card games, roleplaying games, miniatures and board games. His work has been published in at least a dozen different languages.

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Anne Forbes
Forbes, Anne

Anne Forbes was born in Edinburgh and trained as a teacher. In 1966 she moved to Kuwait and worked for many years at an Anglo-American School. She is married with one daughter and now divides her time between homes in Scotland and Kuwait. She is the author of Dragonfire, The Wings of Ruksh, The Underground City and Firestar.

Colin Forbes
Forbes, Colin

Raymond Harold Sawkins (1923-2006) was a British novelist, who mainly published under the pseudonym Colin Forbes, but also as Richard Raine, Jay Bernard and Harold English. He only published three of his first books under his own name.

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David Forbes
Forbes, David

David Forbes (born 1965) is an American fantasy author.

Lani Forbes
Forbes, Lani

Lani Forbes is the daughter of a librarian and an ex-drug smuggling surfer, which explains her passionate love of the ocean and books. A California native whose parents live in Mexico, she now resides in the Pacific Northwest where she stubbornly wears flip flops no matter how cold it gets. She teaches middle school math and science and proudly calls herself a nerd and Gryffindor. She is also an award-winning member of Romance Writers of America and the Society for Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.

Daniel M. Ford
Ford, Daniel M.

Daniel M. Ford is the author of The Paladin Trilogy as well as the Jack Dixon mystery novels. A native of Baltimore, he has an M.A. in Irish Literature from Boston College and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from George Mason University. He lives in Newark, Delaware, an

Ford Madox Ford
Ford, Ford Madox

Ford Madox Ford (1873–1939) was an English novelist, poet, critic and editor whose journals, The English Review and The Transatlantic Review, were instrumental in the development of early 20th-century English literature. He is now best remembered for The Good Soldier (1915) and the Parade's End tetralogy. The Good Soldier is frequently included among the great literature of the past century, including the Modern Library 100 Best Novels, The Observer's '100 Greatest Novels of All Time', and The Guardian's '1000 novels everyone must read'.

Jackson Ford
Ford, Jackson

A pseudonym of Rob Boffard.

Jeffrey Ford
Ford, Jeffrey

Jeffrey Ford is the author of the novels The Physiognomy, Memoranda, The Beyond, The Portrait of Mrs. Charbuque, The Girl in the Glass, The Cosmology of the Wider World, and The Shadow Year. His short story collections are The Fantasy Writer’s Assistant, The Empire of Ice Cream, The Drowned Life, Crackpot Palace, and A Natural History of Hell. Ford’s short fiction has appeared in a wide variety of magazines and anthologies. Both books and stories have been translated into nearly 20 languages worldwide. Ford is the recipient of the World Fantasy Award, Nebula, Edgar Allan Poe Award, the Shirley Jackson Award, the Hayakawa Award, and Gran Prix de l’Imaginaire. He lives in Ohio in a hundred and twenty year old farm house surrounded by corn and soybean fields and teaches part time at Ohio Wesleyan University.

John M. Ford
Ford, John M.

John Milo "Mike" Ford (1957–2006) was an American science fiction and fantasy writer, game designer and poet.

Michael Ford
Ford, Michael

Michael Ford read English and Classics at Oxford University, before a stint teaching English in Greece. He worked in children's non-fiction publishing for several years before becoming an editor of adult fiction in West London.

The Poisoned House is a Victorian ghost story with a deadly secret at its heart.

Michael Thomas Ford
Ford, Michael Thomas

Michael Thomas Ford (born 1968) is an American author of primarily gay-themed literature. He is best known for his "My Queer Life" series of humorous essay collections and for his award-winning novels Last Summer, Looking for It, Full Circle, Changing Tides and What We Remember.

Rhys Ford
Ford, Rhys

Rhys Ford is an award-winning author with several long-running LGBT+ mystery, thriller, paranormal, and urban fantasy series. She was a 2016 LAMBDA finalist with her novel Murder and Mayhem and a 2017 Gold and Silver Medal winner in the Florida Authors and Publishers President’s Book Awards for her novels Ink and Shadows and Hanging the Stars.

Richard Ford
Ford, Richard

Richard Ford is a British fantasy author. He was born 1948.

Richard Ford
Ford, Richard

Richard Ford is the author of Kultus, a steampunk novel published by Solaris and the epic fantasy trilogy Steelhaven for Headline. He comes from Yorkshire originally but now lives in Wiltshire, UK.

Shae Ford
Ford, Shae

Shae Ford was born and raised in a not-so-small town outside of Ft. Worth, Texas. She comes from a long line of storytellers, and has spent countless hours seated at the kitchen table: listening to the fisherman's tales, passionate political rants, and sidesplitting antics of her often-mischievous extended family. Her mother, who could always find room in the budget for a new book, has been the unwitting accomplice to several of Shae's minor classroom crimes - from excessive doodling in the margins, to concealing the latest "Harry Potter" book beneath the pages of her algebra assignment. She has yet to be charged.

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Laurie Forest
Forest, Laurie

Laurie Forest is a New York Times, USA Today and International Bestselling Author who lives deep in the backwoods of Vermont where she sits in front of a wood stove drinking strong tea and dreaming up tales full of dryads, dragons and wands.

C. S. Forester
Forester, C. S.

Cecil Scott "C.S." Forester was the pen name of Cecil Louis Troughton Smith (1899–1966), an English novelist who rose to fame with tales of naval warfare. His most notable works were the 11-book Horatio Hornblower series, depicting a Royal Navy officer during the Napoleonic era, and The African Queen (1935; filmed in 1951 by John Huston). His novels A Ship of the Line and Flying Colours were jointly awarded the 1938 James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction.

Michael Forester
Forester, Michael

Some are born with silver spoons in their mouths. Michael Forester was born with a pen in his hand.

Of course, it was immediately pinched by his big brother who put it on a shelf too high for him to reach. He got his own back though. He nicked his brother’s abacus and hid behind the sofa with it. Thus his accountancy and entrepreneurial career was born, but always clouded by a nagging suspicion that his true calling had something to do with writing.

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Victoria Forester
Forester, Victoria

Victoria Forester lives in Los Angeles with her husband and ridiculously orange cat Rufus. She has spent most of her time writing screenplays and The Girl Who Could Fly is her very first book.

Namina Forna
Forna, Namina

Namina Forna is the author of the epic fantasy YA novel The Gilded Ones (Spring 2020). Namina is a graduate of Spelman College and the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts and is committed to telling fantastic and unexpected stories for teens of all backgrounds.

Bella Forrest
Forrest, Bella

Bella Forrest is an American fantasy author who focuses her writing in the vampire romance and paranormal subgenres. Bella Forrest is a self-published author who released her debut novel on December 14, 2012. Forrest’s passion for writing began at the age of five when she began to produce her own original stories using crayons. As a child, Forrest would spend her time writing rather than watching television. While in school, Forrest loved to study creative writing.

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Elizabeth Forrest
Forrest, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Forrest is a pseudonym of Rhondi A. Vilott Salsitz.

Katherine V. Forrest
Forrest, Katherine V.

Katherine V. Forrest (born 1939 in Canada) is an American writer.

Katherine Forrister
Forrister, Katherine

Katherine Forrister is an author of speculative fiction with a love of fantasy, history, science, and romance. Her dark fantasy romance novel, Lodestone, is forthcoming from GenZ Publishing in 2021, her historical fantasy romance, The Hand-me-down Maiden, is forthcoming from GenZ Publishing in 2022, and her science fiction romance novel, Curio Citizen, is forthcoming from Inkshares, Inc.

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Lauren A. Forry
Forry, Lauren A.

Lauren A. Forry was brought up in Bucks County, Pennsylvania before living in London where she earned her MFA in creative writing from Kingston University. There she was awarded the Faber and Faber Creative Writing MA Prize for her thesis work, Abigale Hall. Her short stories have since been published by Brick Moon Fiction, Lamplight magazine, and other sci-fi and horror anthologies. She currently resides in the woods.

William R. Forstchen
Forstchen, William R.

William R. Forstchen (born 1950) is an American science fiction author.

E. M. Forster
Forster, E. M.

Edward Morgan Forster OM, CH (1879–1970), was an English novelist, short story writer, essayist and librettist. He is known best for his ironic and well-plotted novels examining class difference and hypocrisy in early 20th-century British society. Forster's humanistic impulse toward understanding and sympathy may be aptly summed up in the epigraph to his 1910 novel Howards End: "Only connect".

Miriam Forster
Forster, Miriam

Miriam Forster wrote her first story at seven and has been playing with words ever since. Miriam lives in Idaho with her husband and works in a coffee shop.

Frederick Forsyth
Forsyth, Frederick

Frederick Forsyth, CBE (born 1938) is an English author and occasional political commentator. He is best known for thrillers such as The Day of the Jackal, The Odessa File, The Fourth Protocol, The Dogs of War, The Devil's Alternative, The Fist of God, Icon, The Veteran, Avenger, The Afghan and The Cobra.

Kate Forsyth
Forsyth, Kate

Kate Forsyth (born 1966) is an Australian author. She is best known for her historical novel Bitter Greens, which interweaves a retelling of the Rapunzel fairy tale with the true life story of the woman who first told the tale, the 17th century French writer Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force.

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Carley Fortune
Fortune, Carley

Carley Fortune is the New York Times and #1 Globe and Mail bestselling author of EVERY SUMMER AFTER. Her second book, MEET ME AT THE LAKE, come out May 2, 2023. Carley is an award-winning journalist and worked as an editor at some of Canada’s top publications, including The Globe and Mail, Chatelaine, Toronto Life, and The Grid. She was most recently the Executive Editor of Refinery29 Canada. She lives in Toronto with her husband and two sons.

Margaret Fortune
Fortune, Margaret

Margaret Fortune is the author of several short fiction pieces which have appeared in multiple magazines, including Neo-opsis Science Fiction Magazine and Space and Time Magazine. NOVA was her first novel.

Eve Forward
Forward, Eve

Eve Forward is the daughter of Robert L. Forward.

Margaret Dodson Forward
Forward, Margaret Dodson

Margaret Dodson Forward is the wife of Robert L. Forward.

 

Robert L. Forward
Forward, Robert L.

Robert Lull Forward (August 15, 1932 – September 21, 2002) was an American physicist and science fiction writer. His literary work was noted for its scientific credibility and use of ideas developed from his career as an aerospace engineer. He also made important contributions to gravitational wave detection research.

Lexi C. Foss
Foss, Lexi C.

USA Today Bestselling Author Lexi C. Foss loves to play in dark worlds, especially the ones that bite. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and their furry children. When not writing, she’s busy crossing items off her travel bucket list, or chasing eclipses around the globe. She’s quirky, consumes way too much coffee, and loves to swim.

Alan Dean Foster
Foster, Alan Dean

Alan Dean Foster (born 1946) is a prolific American author of fantasy and science fiction.

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Amy S. Foster
Foster, Amy S.

Amy S. Foster is a celebrated songwriter, best known as Michael Bublé’s writing partner, and has collaborated with Beyoncé, Diana Krall, Andrea Bocelli, Josh Groban, and a host of other artists. She is also the author of the novel When Autumn Leaves. When she’s not in a studio in Nashville, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her family.

Eugie Foster
Foster, Eugie

Eugie Foster calls home a mildly haunted, fey-infested house in metro Atlanta that she shares with her husband, Matthew, and her pet skunk, Hobkin. After receiving her master's degree in Psychology, she retired from academia and became a corporate computer drone. When her company asked her to leave the phantoms and fairies in the South and return to the dead-cold lands of the Midwest, she said "no" and retreated to her library to pen flights of fancy.

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Fiona King Foster
Foster, Fiona King

Fiona King Foster was raised in Brudenell, Ontario, a rural community now misleadingly referred to as a “ghost town.” Her writing has appeared in the Globe and Mail, Hobart, Maisonneuve, Midway Journal, the New Quarterly, New World Writing, NOON, New York Tyrant, le Panoptique and Room. She lives in Toronto and works with the national literacy organization Frontier College. The Captive is her first novel.

L. L. Foster
Foster, L. L.

L. L. Foster is a pseudonym of Lori Foster, who writes romantic fiction.

Monalisa Foster
Foster, Monalisa

Monalisa Foster won life’s lottery when she escaped communism and became an unhyphenated American citizen. Her works tend to explore themes of freedom, liberty, and personal responsibility. Despite her degree in physics, she’s worked in several fields including engineering and medicine. She and her husband (who is a writer-once-removed via their marriage) are living their happily ever after in Texas.

Nigel Foster
Foster, Nigel

Nigel Foster began as an advertising copywriter, first in the UK and then North America. He moved on to television and radio factual programming before co-founding a successful movie magazine. Back in the UK highlights include developing and launching OK! Magazine; an international non-fiction best-seller about the Royal Marines Commandos; and six of the most popular Bluffer’s Guides, world-wide.

S. D. Foster
Foster, S. D.

Using his fingers as toes, S. D. Foster roams the hills of Dorset, England, for no apparent reason. Using his toes as fingers, he types. His first book, "A Hollow Cube is a Lonely Space" (Eraserhead Press, 2011), is a collection of fantastic fables featuring cartoonish characters and anthropomorphized fruit. Influences include absurdist prose-poet Russell Edson; the exceedingly silly Soviet, Daniil Kharms; Lewis Carroll; pulp horror; existentialism; Edward Gorey; b-movie auteurs Larry Cohen, John Waters and Frank Henenlotter; and, of course, Aesop.

Sesshu Foster
Foster, Sesshu

Sesshu Foster (born 1957) is an American poet.

He has taught composition and literature in East LA since 1985, and has also taught at the University of Iowa, the California Institute of the Arts, the University of California, Santa Cruz and the Jack Kerouac School's Summer Writing Program. He was in residence at California State University, Los Angeles.

Aisling Fowler
Fowler, Aisling

Aisling Fowler wishes that she had grown up in a magical, mountainous kingdom, but was actually raised just outside London on a diet of books and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Fireborn, her debut middle grade series, is a bestseller and has been translated into over 20 languages.

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Christopher Fowler
Fowler, Christopher

Christopher Fowler is the award-winning author of over thirty novels and twelve short story collections, and the Bryant & May mystery novels, which record the adventures of two Golden Age detectives investigating impossible London crimes. His latest books are the sinister comedy-thriller Plastic, the memoir Film Freak and the haunted-house novel Nyctophobia. Other work includes the War of the Worlds videogame, a graphic novel and a Hammer horror radio play. He has a weekly column in The Independent On Sunday. He spends his time between London and Barcelona.

Karen Joy Fowler
Fowler, Karen Joy

Karen Joy Fowler (born 1950) is an American author of science fiction, fantasy, and literary fiction. Her work often centers on the nineteenth century, the lives of women, and alienation. She is best known as the author of the best-selling novel The Jane Austen Book Club that was recently made into a widely distributed movie of the same name.

John Fowles
Fowles, John

John Robert Fowles (1926-2005) was an English novelist of international stature, critically positioned between modernism and postmodernism. His work reflects the influence of Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus, among others.

After leaving Oxford University, Fowles taught English at a school on the Greek island of Spetses, a sojourn that inspired The Magus, an instant best-seller that was directly in tune with 1960s "hippie" anarchism and experimental philosophy. This was followed by The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969), a Victorian-era romance with a postmodern twist that was set in Lyme Regis, Dorset, where Fowles lived for much of his life. Later fictional works include The Ebony Tower, Daniel Martin, Mantissa, and A Maggot.

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Moïra Fowley-Doyle
Fowley-Doyle, Moïra

Moïra Fowley-Doyle is half French, half Irish, and lives in Dublin with her husband, their young daughters, and their old cat. Moïra’s French half likes red wine and dark books in which everybody dies. Her Irish half likes tea and happy endings. Moïra started a PhD on vampires in young adult fiction before concentrating on writing young adult fiction with no vampires in it whatsoever. Moïra’s debut novel, The Accident Season, was published to high praise in August 2015.

Angie Fox
Fox, Angie

Growing up, Angie used to keep a flashlight in her bookcase for emergency situations when she had to read "just one more chapter" after lights out. She even tried her hand at writing – an illustrated book about a dog that ate his family's Thanksgiving turkey. Of course the book had a happy ending – the family spent Thanksgiving at McDonalds.

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Ani Fox
Fox, Ani

Ani Fox lives in Luxembourg and has had short fiction in Jim Baen’s Universe, as well as in the Ragnarok Publications anthology, Corrupts Absolutely? The Autumn War is his first published novel. In his spare time, Ani holds down a day job, serves as Editor in Chief for the European Review of Speculative Fiction, and does what his cat tells him. He holds a BA in History from the Rutgers University, a PhD (ABD) in World History from the Australian National University, and a PhD in Indigenous Theology from ULC Seminary; none of which make him more fun at parties.

Caleb Fox
Fox, Caleb

Caleb Fox has lived in many worlds. Raised in Cherokee country, he received a scholarship from Columbia University and moved to New York. Later he moved to Los Angeles where he wrote for newspapers, magazines, and movies. Raised white and Christian, Fox was intrigued on a visit home to discover that his family was half Cherokee. He began to explore the great myths of Indian cultures. Today he lives in Indian country with his wife, Sarita, walks a red spiritual path, plays music with friends, and travels in search of the big myths yearning to be reborn and told.

Cathryn Fox
Fox, Cathryn

Cathryn Fox is an award winning author with having books on the best sellers list at both Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. 

Beginning her writing career with Ellora's Cave, she also has titles with Avon Red (Harper Collins), NAL (Penguin Group), Spice Brief (Harlequin), and recently signing with Samhain Publishing. You can find Cathryn's Books in both e-book and print.

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Daniel Fox
Fox, Daniel

Daniel Fox is a pseudonym of Chaz Brenchley.

Hester Fox
Fox, Hester

When not writing, Hester works in the museum field as a collections maintenance technician. This job has taken her from historic houses to fine art museums, where she has the privilege of cleaning and caring for collections that range from paintings by old masters, to ancient artifacts, to early American furniture. She has a master’s degree in historical archaeology, as well as a background in Medieval studies and art history. Hester lives outside of Boston with her husband.

Janet Fox
Fox, Janet

Janet Kaye Fox (1940–2009) was an American fantasy and horror writer, poet, teacher, and founder-editor-publisher of the now-defunct Scavenger's Newsletter. She lived in Osage City, Kansas.

Janet Fox also wrote books under the pseudonym of Alex McDonough.

Jenny Fox
Fox, Jenny

Jenny Fox is a French author, born in Paris in 1994.

She reads alone for the first time at 6 years old, Harry Potter and the Philosopher Stone, and writes her very first story at 9 years old. Her teacher reads it in front of the whole class, and from then on, she will never stop writing, from short stories to fanfiction.

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Rose Fox
Fox, Rose

Rose Fox edits speculative fiction and romance reviews for Publishers Weekly, co-hosts Publishers Weekly Radio on SiriusXM’s Book Radio channel, and provides freelance editorial services to unpublished authors and nonfiction publishers. Rose is also the program chair for Readercon, the world’s most thoroughly awesome speculative literature convention. Rose lives in New York City with two partners, three cats, four computers, and several thousand books.

Karen Foxlee
Foxlee, Karen

Karen Foxlee is an Australian author who lives and writes in Queensland. Her young adult novels The Anatomy of Wings (UQP/Knopf/Atlantic) and The Midnight Dress (Knopf/UQP/Hot Key Books) have been published internationally to much acclaim. The Anatomy of Wings won the Commonwealth Writers Prize Best First Book 2008 (South Asia/Pacific), the Dobbie Award 2008, and a Parent’s Choice Gold Award in the U.S. The Midnight Dress was selected as an ALA Best Fiction for Young Adults title in 2014. Foxlee’s first middle grade novel Ophelia and the Marvelous Boy (Knopf / Hot Key Books) was published in January 2014 and to date has received several starred reviews.

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Naomi Foyle
Foyle, Naomi

Naomi Foyle was born in London, grew up in Hong Kong, Liverpool and Canada, and currently lives in Brighton. She spent three years in Korea, teaching English, writing travel journalism and acting in Korean educational television. She is a highly regarded poet and performer.

Philip Fracassi
Fracassi, Philip

Philip Fracassi, an author and screenwriter, lives in Los Angeles.

His upcoming collection of stories, BEHOLD THE VOID, will be published by JournalStone on March 10, 2017. He has a novella, FRAGILE DREAMS, due in November 2016, and a second novella, SACCULINA, due in May 2017, both from JournalStone. He is published in several current and upcoming publications.

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Leanne Frahm
Frahm, Leanne

Leanne Frahm is an Australian writer of speculative short fiction.

John Fram
Fram, John

John Fram was raised in Texas. A resident of New York, he has written for The Atlantic, Pacific Standard and elsewhere. The Bright Lands is his first novel.

Janet Frame
Frame, Janet

Janet Paterson Frame, ONZ, CBE (1924–2004) was a New Zealand author. She wrote eleven novels, four collections of short stories, a book of poetry, an edition of juvenile fiction, and three volumes of autobiography during her lifetime. Since her death, a twelfth novel, a second volume of poetry, and a handful of short stories have been released. Frame's celebrity is informed by her dramatic personal history as well as her literary career. Following years of psychiatric hospitalisation, Frame was scheduled for a lobotomy that was canceled when, just days before the procedure, her debut publication of short stories was unexpectedly awarded a national literary prize. These dramatic personal experiences feature prominently in Frame's autobiographical trilogy and director Jane Campion's popular film adaptation of the texts, with recognisably autobiographical elements further resurfacing in many of her fictional publications. Characterised by scholar Simone Oettli as a writer who simultaneously sought fame and anonymity, Frame eschewed the dominant New Zealand literary realism of the post-war era, combining prose, poetry, and modernist elements with a magical realist style, garnering numerous local literary prizes despite mixed critical and public reception.

Diana Pharaoh Francis
Francis, Diana Pharaoh

Diana Pharaoh Francis is an American author. She has a BA and MA in creative writing and a Ph.D. in literature and theory.

Manna Francis
Francis, Manna

Manna Francis was born in Yorkshire, and has lived in the UK all her life. She studied biological sciences at the University of Oxford, where she met her future husband at a role-playing game. Since graduating, she has worked in universities and for the government, which in no way inspired any aspects of the Administration whatsoever. She now lives in the Midlands, with the same husband, two cats, and a taxidermied mohair goat in a glass case.

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Melissa Francis
Francis, Melissa

Born and bred in Arkansas, Melissa Francis is a small-town southern girl with big-city dreams. The University of Arkansas at Little Rock allowed her to graduate with an English degree, but many of her friends wonder how when she uses words like y'all, dunno, gonna, and fixin' to. Bite Me! is her first novel.

Suzanne Francis
Francis, Suzanne

Suzanne Francis (born 1959) is an English science fiction and fantasy author. She was born in King's Lynn, Norfolk, and now lives in Dunedin, New Zealand. She has been married twice and has four children.

Suzanne Francis is the author of four published novels, collectively known as the Song of the Arkafina. The books were first published as ebooks by Mushroom Ebooks in 2007-2009 and in paperback in 2009 by Bladud Books.

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Mark Del Franco
Franco, Mark Del

(in his own words, with embellishments)

"When my home planet was destroyed, I was placed as a baby in a spaceship and launched toward the most sophisticated area of the galactic empire. Due to a glitch in the navigational software, I ended up here.

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Pat Frank
Frank, Pat

Pat Frank (1908–1964) is the pen name of the American writer, newspaperman, and government consultant Harry Hart Frank. Frank's best known work is the 1959 post-apocalyptic novel Alas, Babylon. His other books include Mr. Adam and Forbidden Area.

Herbert W. Franke
Franke, Herbert W.

Herbert W. Franke (born 1927) is an Austrian scientist and writer. He is considered one of the most important science fiction authors in the German language. He is also active in the fields of future research, speleology as well as computer graphics and digital art.

Jordana Frankel
Frankel, Jordana

Jordana Frankel is a creative-writing instructor at Writopia Lab and a former marketing associate at the Book Report Network. She currently lives in New York City. The Ward is her first novel.

Valerie Estelle Frankel
Frankel, Valerie Estelle

Valerie Estelle Frankel was the youngest person ever to receive a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from San Jose State University. She now teaches creative writing and composition for San Jose State University. Her many short stories have appeared in over seventy magazines and anthologies including Legends of the Pendragon, Rosebud Magazine, and The Oklahoma Review. Many of her short stories can be found on her website, www.HarryPotterParody.com, along with contests, giveaways, and an interactive fantasy kingdom especially for kids.

Alis Franklin
Franklin, Alis

Alis Franklin is a thirtysomething Australian author of queer urban fantasy. She likes cooking, video games, Norse mythology, and feathered dinosaurs. She’s never seen a live drop bear, but stays away from tall trees, just in case.

Sarah B. Franklin
Franklin, Sarah B.

Sarah B. Franklin is a pseudonym of Dave Duncan.

Steven Frankos
Frankos, Steven

Steven Frankos is an American fantasy author. He is the brother of mystery, fantasy and science fiction author Laura Frankos and the brother-in-law of science fiction and fantasy author Harry Turtledove.

Tim Frankovich
Frankovich, Tim

Tim Frankovich has been exploring fantastic worlds since third grade, when he cut up a grocery sack and drew a Godzilla-meets-superheroes story. Since then, he's gotten a little bit better at the writing part (not so much with the drawing).

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Leo Frankowski
Frankowski, Leo

Leo Frankowski (1943–2008) was an American writer of science fiction novels. He lived in Russia for four years with his now ex-wife and adopted teenage daughter, but at the time of his death, he had moved back to the United States.

Jason Franks
Franks, Jason

Jason Franks is the author of the graphic novels The Sixsmiths and McBlack, as well as numerous short stories in comics and prose. Primarily an author of fiction, he has also dabbled in biography, autobiography and travel writing.

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Anthea Fraser
Fraser, Anthea

Anthea Mary Fraser (born 1930) is a novelist. Her mother was a published novelist and Anthea began composing poems and stories before she could write. At the age of five she announced that she wanted to be an author. However, despite having been a prolific writer in school, she did not become a professional writer until after her two daughters were born.

Ronald Fraser
Fraser, Ronald

Ronald Fraser (1888–1974) was a British civil servant, diplomat and writer. In 1917, following service in the First World War, Fraser joined the Foreign Trade Department of the Foreign Office. He was promoted rapidly, and during his long career served in places as various as Buenos Aires and Cairo. In 1949 he was knighted for his service.

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Angie Frazier
Frazier, Angie

Angie Frazier is an American author. She lives in southern New Hampshire with her husband, two daughters, their black lab, and two rather frisky kittens. Everlasting is her first novel.

Dana Fredsti
Fredsti, Dana

Dana Fredsti is the US-based author of Murder for Hire: The Peruvian Pigeon. She has also appeared in various zombie/horror movies projects, and worked on Sam Raimi's Army of Darkness as an armourer's assistant, sword-fighting captain, and sword-fighting Deadite.

Alexander Freed
Freed, Alexander

Alexander Freed is the author of Star Wars: The Old Republic: The Lost Suns, as well as many short stories, comic books, and videogames. Born near Philadelphia, he endeavors to bring the city's dour charm with him to his current home of Austin, Texas.

D.I. Freed
Freed, D.I.

Hey readers! I'm author D.I. Freed. Thank you for looking into my books. I'm a computer and gaming geek who loved epic fantasy, sci-fi books from the moment I could read. I've also loved playing video games and that got me into the LitRPG genre. And so I decided to give writing it a shot. I hope you enjoy my books. I wish you the best. Stay safe and healthy!

Colette Freedman
Freedman, Colette

An internationally produced playwright with over 25 produced plays, Colette was voted “One of 50 to Watch” by The Dramatist’s Guild. Her hit musical Serial Killer Barbie played to sold out shows in 2015 in both Los Angeles and New Zealand.

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Bob Freeman
Freeman, Bob

Bob Freeman is an author, artist, and paranormal adventurer from rural Indiana, where he lives with his wife Kim and son Connor. He is the founder of the paranormal research group Nightstalkers of Indiana, a member of Indiana Horror Writers, and the Aleister Crowley Society.

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Brian Freeman
Freeman, Brian

Brian Freeman is a New York Times and Amazon Charts bestselling author of more than two dozen psychological thrillers, including the Jonathan Stride series and multiple popular stand-alone novels. His books have been sold in 46 countries and 23 languages. He is widely acclaimed for his "you are there" settings and his complex, engaging characters and twist-filled plots. Brian was also selected as the official author to continue Robert Ludlum's Jason Bourne series.

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Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Freeman, Mary E. Wilkins

Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman (1852–1930) was a prominent 19th century American author.

Pamela Freeman
Freeman, Pamela

Pamela Freeman is an award-winning writer for young people. She has a Doctorate of Creative Arts from the University of Technology, Sydney, where she has also lectured in creative writing. She lives in Sydney with her husband and young son. Blood Ties was her first novel for adults.

P. M. Freestone
Freestone, P. M.

P. M. Freestone writes young adult fiction. Her debut novel, 'Shadowscent: The Darkest Bloom' will be published by Scholastic in 2019. A sequel is planned for 2020.

Originally hailing from Australia, she now calls Scotland home. In between, she learned or worked on every continent except Antartica (there's still time). Along the way, she earned degrees in archaeology, religious history and sociology, and a PhD in infectious diseases and international development. She's also a Clarion Writers’ Workshop (University of California) graduate and a Scottish Book Trust New Writer’s Award winner.

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Max Frei
Frei, Max

Max Frei is the author of the bestselling Labyrinths of Echo series starring a character named Max Frei, as well as books on literature and art. He is also the pen name of Svetlana Martynchik, a Russian artist of Ukrainian origin, born in 1965 in Odessa and living now in Moscow.

Donna Freitas
Freitas, Donna

Donna Freitas is the author of Unplugged, as well as several other young adult novels, including The Possibilities of Sainthood, The Survival Kit, and Gold Medal Summer. She is also a professor at Fairleigh Dickinson’s MFA program and at Hofstra’s Honors College. Donna lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Celia Fremlin
Fremlin, Celia

Celia Margaret Fremlin (1914–2009) was born in Kingsbury, now part of London, England, the sister of nuclear physicist, John H. Fremlin.

Gillian French
French, Gillian

Growing up in rural Maine led Gillian French to believe that the mystery of the past is all around. She uses her surroundings as a setting for her dark stories that often have a creepy twist. While she's never seen a ghost, she's pretty sure she's heard ghostly footsteps in the night. Her first YA novel, Grit, (HarperCollins, 2017) won the Maine Lupine Award and Maine Literary Award and was an Edgar Award Nominee for Best YA Novel. She is also the author of The Lies They Tell (2018) and The Missing Season (2019).

John French
French, John

John French is a writer and freelance games designer from Nottingham. His work for Black Library includes a number of short stories, the novellas Fateweaver and The Crimson Fist and the novel Ahriman: Exile. He also works on the Warhammer 40,000 role playing games. When he is not thinking of ways that dark and corrupting beings can destroy reality and space, John enjoys making it so with his own Traitor Legions on the gaming table.

Jonathan French
French, Jonathan

Born in Tennessee, Jonathan began reading comics at an early age. (Conan the Barbarian Annual #11 was his first.) His love of fiction, folklore and by-gone days was further fueled when his family relocated to the United Kingdom. At the age of nine, Jonathan found himself crawling over castle ramparts, visiting old churchyards and getting neck strain marveling at towering cathedrals. He returned to the U.S. as a teenager where he survived parochial school and a rebellious year in New York City (where he unknowingly met his future wife), before earning his degree from Brevard College in the captivating wilds of Western North Carolina. After developing the world of Autumn's Fall, Jonathan moved to Chicago where he began writing in earnest. His greatest literary influences are Robert E. Howard and Lloyd Alexander. He currently resides in Atlanta with his wife, son and cat. More Autumn's Fall is on the way!

Mike French
French, Mike

Mike French is the owner and senior editor of the prestigious literary magazine, The View From Here which has been called many fine things since it started in 2007 including, "Attractive, informative, sparkling and useful" by Iain M. Banks and for having a "great passion and drive" by Booker shortlisted Tom McCarthy. Mike’s debut novel, The Ascent of Isaac Steward came out in 2011 with Cauliay Publishing and was nominated for The Galaxy National Book Awards which due to an unfortunate clerical error was awarded to Dawn French.

Born in Cornwall in 1967, Mike spent his childhood flipping between England and Scotland with a few years in between in Singapore. Splitting his time between his own writing, editing the magazine, running author workshops and working with atp media in Luton, Mike is married with three children and a growing number of pets. He currently lives in Luton in the UK and when not working watches Formula 1, eats Ben & Jerry's Phish Food and listens to Noah and the Whale.

Paul French
French, Paul

Paul French is a pseudonym of Isaac Asimov.

Bethany Frenette
Frenette, Bethany

Bethany Frenette is the author of Dark Star and Burn Bright. Born and raised in Minnesota, she received her undergraduate degree from St. Cloud State University and her MFA in Creative Writing from Hamline University. She lives in Minneapolis, where she hopes to one day awake with superpowers.

Dan Frey
Frey, Dan

Dan Frey is a professional screenwriter and the author of The Retreat. He lives in Los Angeles.

Seth Fried
Fried, Seth

Seth Fried is the author of the acclaimed short story collection The Great Frustration. He is a recurring contributor to The New Yorker's "Shouts and Murmurs" and NPR's "Selected Shorts," and his stories have appeared in Tin House, One Story, McSweeney's Quarterly Concern, The Kenyon Review, Vice, and elsewhere. He is also the winner of two Pushcart Prizes and the William Peden Prize.

Aimee Friedman
Friedman, Aimee

Aimee Friedman is an author of young adult fiction.

C. S. Friedman
Friedman, C. S.

Celia S. Friedman (born 1957) is a science fiction and fantasy author. She has been a voracious reader from her earliest days and began writing at the age of thirteen. She studied then taught costume design at university but now writes full-time and teaches a creative writing course at a local high school.

Michael Jan Friedman
Friedman, Michael Jan

Michael Jan Friedman (born 1955) is an American author. He has written several books, many of which are in the Star Trek universe. 

Robert Friedrich
Friedrich, Robert

Robert Friedrich is an author who writes in a multitude of styles which include Novella's, Short Stories, Poetry and even Screenplays. His books are famous for taking an unconventional route through the darkest of places and emotions, and are generally driven by fast paced action and direct-from-heart dialogue. His current releases include: The Darkness Within: A Novella, Enlightened by Darkness Anthologies, The Book of Metal Lyrics and Seed of Evil, which is the first part of an entire up-coming Saga. Robert surprises his audience by how different, each of his book's tone, message is and how they are visually descriptive. He also designs his own book covers and trailers.

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Jonathan Friesen
Friesen, Jonathan

Jonathan Friesen is the author of the Schneider Family Book Award-winning Jerk, California, as well as Rush.

Esther Friesner
Friesner, Esther

Esther M. Friesner (born 1951) is an American science fiction and fantasy author.

Hain Friswell
Friswell, Hain

James Hain Friswell (1825–1878) was an English essayist and novelist.

Teresa Frohock
Frohock, Teresa

Teresa Frohock had a very exciting life when she was young. Through no fault or habit of her own, she survived escapades that would have destroyed a lesser mortal. Now she lives a quiet life in Reidsville, N.C. with her beautiful husband and daughter and their four cats.

Her days are spent at her job in the library. Her nights, however, are devoted to stepping over the threshold into darkness where she exorcises her demons by turning them into words.

Deacon Frost
Frost, Deacon

What began with Accidental Incubus has grown into over a dozen published novels. I never could have imagined I'd have so many people enjoying my work. I'd like to thank everyone who has taken the time to read what I've published. It might not always be exactly what you're looking for, but if it gave you an hour's distraction, then I am glad.

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Everly Frost
Frost, Everly

Everly Frost is the USA Today Bestselling author of urban fantasy romance, paranormal romance, and fantasy romance novels. She spent her childhood dreaming of other worlds and scribbling stories on the leftover blank pages at the back of school notebooks. She lives in Brisbane, Australia with her husband and two children.

Gregory Frost
Frost, Gregory

Gregory Frost is an American fantasy and science fiction author.

Jeaniene Frost
Frost, Jeaniene

Jeaniene has always been drawn to the strange. As a child, she and her sisters would watch horror movies at every opportunity. At twelve, she began writing poetry. Shortly after that, she read her first romance novel, and it was love at first read! She knew she wanted to write her own novel someday, but figured she had plenty of time. That same "plenty of time" mentality also lingered past her teens and through her twenties, however. It wasn't until Jeaniene was almost thirty that she realized she'd either have to start now – or resign herself to never doing it.

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Kimberly Frost
Frost, Kimberly

Kimberly Frost is an American author of paranormal romance. Her Southern Witch series is set in the fictional town of Duvall, Texas. The books center on the life of Tammy Jo Trask, a young witch who has trouble controlling her powers. Similar to works by Charlaine Harris or Laurel K. Hamilton, Frost novels are examples of what is known as "kitchen sink fantasy" where different types of paranormal elements such as vampires, werewolves, ghosts, zombies and fairies coexist.

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P. R. Frost
Frost, P. R.

P. R. Frost is a pseudonym of Irene Radford.

Polly Frost
Frost, Polly

Polly Frost is a New York City-based writer, journalist, and playwright specializing in humor and erotic horror. Frost's current work can be seen performed by various NYC-based actors at the Cornelia Street Cafe. During her early journalistic days, Frost interviewed a variety of people, including Julia Child, Pauline Kael, and Winona Ryder.

S. J. Frost
Frost, S. J.

S. J. Frost resides in Ohio with her husband and son, as well as some very special horses, dogs, and cats. Her short stories have been featured in various erotic and romance anthologies, and her gay erotic romance novels are published through MLR Press.

Toby Frost
Frost, Toby

Toby Frost studied law and was called to the Bar in 2001. Since then, he has worked as a private tutor, a court clerk and a legal advisor to the motor industry. Unable to become Great Britain's foremost space explorer, he is content just to write about space exploration instead. He has also produced film reviews for the book The DVD Stack and articles for Solander magazine. Space Captain Smith is his first novel.

Brian Froud
Froud, Brian

Brian Froud (born 1947) is an English fantasy illustrator. He lives and works in Devon with his wife, Wendy Froud, who is also a fantasy artist. The landscapes in his paintings are frequently inspired by Dartmoor.

Gary Fry
Fry, Gary

Gary Fry lives in Dracula's Whitby, literally around the corner from where Bram Stoker was staying when he was thinking about that character. Gary has a PhD in psychology, though his first love is literature. He is the author of four short story collections and a novella. The House of Canted Steps is his first novel.

Jason Fry
Fry, Jason

Jason Fry is the New York Times bestselling author of Star Wars: The Last Jedi and has written or co-written more than forty novels, short stories, and other works set in the galaxy far, far away. His other books include the Servants of the Empire quartet and the young-adult space-fantasy series The Jupiter Pirates. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, son, and about a metric ton of Star Wars stuff.

Stephen Fry
Fry, Stephen

Stephen Fry is an English actor, comedian, writer, and presenter who has made a significant impact on British popular culture. Born on August 24, 1957, in Hampstead, London, he attended the University of Cambridge where he studied English literature. Fry is known for his quick wit, eloquent language, and clever wordplay, which he has displayed in various roles on stage, television, and film.

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Lindsey Frydman
Frydman, Lindsey

Lindsey writes about heart-stopping romance, rule-breaking heroes, and everyday magic. She lives in Ohio (where the weather is never quite right). Her BFA in Photography and Graphic Design has granted her a wide assortment of creative knowledge that serves mostly as inspiration. When she’s not crafting stories, you'll likely find her spending waaay too much time on Pinterest, gaming, or performing in a burlesque show - because she enjoys giving her introversion a worthy adversary. (Plus, it's the closest to Broadway she’ll ever get.) Lindsey is represented by the amazing Naomi Davis. Her debut, The Heartbeat Hypothesis, released March 2017.

Taiyo Fujii
Fujii, Taiyo

Taiyo Fujii was born in Amami Oshima Island - that is, between Kyushu and Okinawa. He worked for stage design, desktop publishing, exhibition graphic design, and software development.

In 2012, Fujii self-published Gene Mapper serially in a digital format of his own design, and it became Amazon.co.jp’s number one Kindle bestseller of that year. The novel was revised and republished in both print and digital as Gene Mapper - full build - by Hayakawa Publishing in 2013 and was nominated for the Nihon SF Taisho Award and the Seiun Award. His second novel, Orbital Cloud, won the 2014 Nihon SF Taisho Award and took first prize in the "Best SF of 2014" in SF Magazine. His recent works include Underground Market and Bigdata Connect.

Isamu Fukui
Fukui, Isamu

Isamu Fukui (born 1990) is an American author. He first decided to become a writer at the age of twelve. The following year he won a National Gold Award in the Scholastic Art & Writing Competition. Then he decided to use his writing to channel his discontent as a student. The result was Truancy.

Christopher Fulbright
Fulbright, Christopher

Christopher Fulbright is the author of short stories, novellas, and full-length novels of fantasy and horror. His short stories have appeared in magazines and anthologies since 1993. Fulbright received the Richard Laymon President's Award in 2008 from the HWA, and his short stories have received honorable mentions in "The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror" and "Best Horror of the Year." 

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Andrew S. Fuller
Fuller, Andrew S.

Andrew S. Fuller is a fiction author who grew up climbing trees and reading books, later dabbling in archery, occult studies, theatre, and heavy metal. He once stared at the waters of Loch Ness for nearly twelve full minutes, but his family made him leave too early. His fiction appears in On Spec, The Pedestal, Crossed Genres, Abyss & Apex, Fantastic Metropolis, Every Day Fiction, and several anthologies. The Circus Wagon novelette was released in Fall 2010, and his screenplay Effulgence won the Deep One Best Screenwriter Award at the 2009 H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival. Since 1999 he has edited Three-Lobed Burning Eye magazine. He lives and writes in Portland, Oregon, where he often commits graphic design and art direction.

Brian K. Fuller
Fuller, Brian K.

In his own words (from the author's official website):

"I was supposed to be a fighter pilot. I have the picture books full of cool fighter jets to prove it. But somewhere in college I lost my desire for mighty wings and became an English major to study mighty words. I suppose the switch shouldn't have surprised me. I have written stories since I was young and never stopped. Fighter jets are still cool, though.

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Julie Forward Fuller
Fuller, Julie Forward

Julie Forward Fuller is the daughter of Robert L. Forward.

 

John R. Fultz
Fultz, John R.

John R. Fultz lives in the North Bay Area of California but grew up in Kentucky. John's Books of the Shaper trilogy includes Seven Princes, Seven Kings, and Seven Sorcerers (Orbit Books). His short story collection, The Revelations of Zang, is a series of interrelated tales born in the pages of Wierd Tales and Black Gate. John's work has also appeared in Year's Best Weird Fiction (Vol. 1), That Is Not Dead, Shattered Shields, Lightspeed: Year One, Way of the Wizard, Cthulhu's Reign, The Book of Cthulhu II, and other fine publications.

Gregory Funaro
Funaro, Gregory

Gregory Funaro grew up in Cranston, Rhode Island, and wrote his first story, The Ghost in the Window, in the fourth grade. He considers this to be his finest work, but unfortunately it has been lost to time. Following high school Greg majored in theatre at the University of New Hampshire, and after various acting gigs, received his AM in Theatre Arts from Brown University and an MFA in Acting from the FSU/Asolo Conservatory. Greg teaches drama at East Carolina University, and is busy working on the next book in the Odditorium series.

Cornelia Funke
Funke, Cornelia

Cornelia Funke (born 1958) is a German author.

 

Maggie Furey
Furey, Maggie

Maggie Furey (born 1955) is a British fantasy author. 

Monica Furlong
Furlong, Monica

Monica Furlong (1930–2003) was a British author, journalist and activist.

Robin Furth
Furth, Robin

Robin Furth is the personal research assistant to Stephen King and the author of Stephen King's The Dark Tower: A Complete Concordance (2006). It is a compilation of her two previous encyclopedic books dealing with King's magnum opus, The Dark Tower: A Concordance, volume I – which explores the first four books in King's series – and A Concordance II, which gives the reader definitions and explanations of pivotal terms used over the course of the final three books of The Dark Tower.

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Margie Fuston
Fuston, Margie

Margie Fuston grew up in the woods of California where she made up fantasy worlds that always involved unicorns. In college, she earned undergraduate degrees in business and literature and an master’s in creative writing. Now she’s back in the woods and spends all her time wrangling a herd of cats and helping her nephews hunt ghosts, pond monsters, and mermaids.