Jo Walton

Jo Walton

Jo Walton has published thirteen novels, most recently Necessity. A fourteenth, Poor Relations is due out early in 2018. She has also published three poetry collections and an essay collection. She won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in 2002, the World Fantasy Award for Tooth and Claw in 2004, the Hugo and Nebula awards for Among Others in 2012,  and in 2014 both the Tiptree Award for My Real Children and the Locus Non Fiction award for What Makes This Book So Great. She comes from Wales but lives in Montreal where the food and books are much better. She gets bored easily so she tends to write books that are different from each other. She also reads a lot, enjoys travel, talking about books, and eating great food. She plans to live to be ninety-nine and write a book every year. She takes writing biographies of herself terribly seriously at all times.


Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee July 12, 2017
Book Covers
The King's Peace (Tir Tanagiri #1)
The King's Name (Tir Tanagiri #2)
Muses and Lurkers
The Prize in the Game (Tir Tanagiri #3)
Tooth and Claw8.76
Farthing (Small Change #1)
Ha'penny (Small Change #2)
Half a Crown (Small Change #3)
Lifelode
Among Others7.80
What Makes This Book So Great
My Real Children
The Just City (Thessaly #1)
The Philosopher Kings (Thessaly #2)
Necessity (Thessaly #3)
Starlings
An Informal History of the Hugos
Lent7.76
Or What You Will7.76

Speculative Fiction Novels (16)


2020 | fantasy

2019 | fantasy > historical fantasy

2018 | science fiction, fantasy, short stories
(Thessaly #3)
2016 | science fiction
(Thessaly #2)
2015 | science fiction
(Thessaly #1)
2015 | fantasy

2014 | fantasy

2011 | fantasy

2009 | fantasy
(Small Change #3)
2008 | alternate history
(Small Change #2)
2007 | alternate history
(Small Change #1)
2006 | alternate history

2003 | fantasy
(Tir Tanagiri #3)
2002 | fantasy > high fantasy
(Tir Tanagiri #2)
2001 | fantasy > high fantasy
(Tir Tanagiri #1)
2000 | fantasy > high fantasy

Others non-spefi books (3)


2018 | non-fiction

2014 | non-fiction

2001 | short stories