Lois H. Gresh
Lois H. Gresh is author of 15 pop science/culture books and 4 science fiction novels from John Wiley & Sons, Random House, and St. Martin's Press. Gresh has also written dozens of short stories, and her work spans genres such as mysteries, thriller, suspense, dark fantasy, horror, and science fiction. She is probably best known for her early weird science fiction stories, which blend computer technology with biology, botany, and post-cyberpunk. She was a staff book reviewer for Science Fiction Weekly from November 2004 through December 2008.
Her books have been translated into many languages and are in print worldwide: Italy, Japan, Spain, Russia, Germany, Portugal, France, Brazil, Thailand, Korea, China, Estonia, England, Canada/French, Finland, Poland, Czech, etc. In addition, they are often featured in the New York Times Book Review, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, Science News, National Geographic, Physics Today, New Scientist, and US News and World Report, as well as by National Public Radio, the BBC, Fox national news, the History Channel, and many other television and radio programs. Gresh' teen novels have been endorsed by the American Library Association and the Voice of Youth Advocates.
|Comics and Anthology (2)|
2015 Innsmouth Nightmares
(horror > weird fiction, anthology)
2013 Dark Fusions: Where Monsters Lurk!
(science fiction, fantasy, horror, anthology)
|Others non-spefi books (1)|
2006 The Ultimate Unauthorized Eragon Guide