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|Babbitt, Lucy Cullyford|
Natalie Babbitt (born 1932) is an American author and illustrator of children's books. Her novels Tuck Everlasting and The Eyes of the Amaryllis have been made into films (the
Chris Babu is a lifelong math and science geek, with a math degree from MIT. For nineteen years, he worked as a bond trader on Wall Street. Now he writes full-time, indulging his love of young
A pseudonym of Rachel Aaron.
Richard David Bach (born 1936) is an American writer. He is widely known as the author of the hugely popular 1970s best-sellers Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Illusions: The Adventures
Shelby Bach grew up reading every book she could find and writing stories in battered notebooks. She also rarely came home with a clean shirt and had a lot of accidents that ended with a hunt
Born in Tianjin in 1978, the year China’s reforms began, TIANXIA BACHANG (the pen name of Zhang Muye) is a child of the new China. His careers have been
Richard Bachman is a pseudonym of Stephen King.
Stefan Bachmann is the author of the internationally bestselling novel The Peculiar and its acclaimed sequel, The Whatnot. He was born in Colorado, spent most of his childhood in Switzerland,
Paolo Bacigalupi's writing has appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, and the environmental journal High Country
Lee Bacon grew up in Texas with parents who never once tried to destroy the world (at least, not that he knew of). He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Gavin Baddeley is an ordained Reverend in the Church of Satan, and an experienced journalist who has worked for The Observer and Metal Hammer. He is the occult authority for the
|Badger, Darcie Little|
Darcie Little Badger is a Lipan Apache scientist and writer. After studying gene expression in toxin-producing phytoplankton, she has received a PhD from Texas A&M University. Her short fiction
Hilary Badger is the author of many books for children and teenagers. As a copywriter at an advertising agency, she has created campaigns from all kinds of products from underwear to cat food, chocolate bars and ice cream.
Julianna Baggott (born 1969) is a novelist, essayist and poet who also writes under the pen names Bridget Asher and N. E.
|Bahr, Laura Lee|
Laura Lee Bahr is an award-winning indie actor/playwrite/screenwriter with a gift for the hilariously, tragically absurd. Haunt is her first novel.
|Bail, M. Rhys|
Dale Bailey lives in North Carolina with his family, and has published three novels, "The Fallen", "House of Bones", and "Sleeping Policemen" (with Jack Slay, Jr.). His short fiction, collected
|Bailey, Dennis R.|
|Bailey, Gerald Earl|
Kristin Bailey grew up in the middle of the San Joaquin Valley in California. In the course of her adventures, she has worked as a zookeeper, a balloon artist, and a substitute teacher. Now, in
Len Bailey is a professional radio-commercial and voice-over actor and sometime bagpipe player. He lives quietly with his wife and three boys in the western suburbs of Chicago.
|Bailey, Robin Wayne|
Robin Wayne Bailey (born 1952) is an American fantasy and science fiction author. He has written numerous novels and short stories. His short fiction has appeared in many magazines and anthologies.
David Baillie was born, raised, and educated in Hamilton, Ontario. He emigrated from Canada to the United States in 1996, and for the last seventeen years has been teaching modern and postmodern
|Bain, F. W.|
Francis William Bain (1863–1940) was a British writer of fantasy stories that he claimed were translated from Sanskrit.
F. W. Bain. Wikipedia.
Born in Toowoomba, Queensland, Christian Baines has since lived in Brisbane, Sydney, and Toronto, earning an MA in creative writing at University of Technology, Sydney along the way. His
Alison Baird is the author of The Hidden World, The Wolves of Woden, The Dragon's Egg, and White as the Waves. She was honored by the Canadian Children's Book
|Bajaber, Khadija Abdalla|
|Baker, A. Deborah|
A pseudonym of Seanan McGuire.
|Baker, Alan K.|
Chandler Baker grew up in Florida, went to college in Pennsylvania, and studied law in Texas, where she now lives with her family and an ever-growing pile of books. Although she loves spinning
|Baker, Denys Val|
|Baker, E. D.|
E.D. Baker is the author of the Tales of the Frog Princess series, the Wide-Awake Princess series, the Fairy-Tale Matchmaker series, the Magic Animal Rescue series, and many other delightful books
Eliot Baker is from Seattle, Washington, USA. He now lives in Pori, Finland.
Jacqueline Baker is the author of A Hard Witching and Other Stories, which won the Danuta Gleed Literary Award, the Robert Kroetsch City of Edmonton Book Prize, and
Jo Baker was born in Lancashire and educated at Oxford University and Queen’s University Belfast. She is the author of The Undertow, Offcomer, The Telling, and most recently, Longbourn. She lives in Lancaster, England.
Kage Baker (1952–2010) was an American science fiction and fantasy
|Baker, Kylie Lee|
|Baker, Linda P.|
Linda P. Baker in an American fantasy and science fiction author. She has been writing for most of her life. Baker was discovered at a small science fiction and gaming convention in her hometown of
Mishell Baker is the author of the Nebula and World Fantasy Award Finalist Borderline, which was also a Tiptree Honor book, as well as the second and third books in The Arcadia
Nancy Baker is a Toronto author who has written some of the first and most beloved and well-reviewed vampire novels featuring Canadian settings and characters. She has also published a
Richard Baker (L. Richard Baker III) is an American author and a game designer who has worked on many Dungeons & Dragons campaign settings.
Robin Baker is a bestselling author in the field of sexual biology and his books include Sperm Wars, Baby Wars and Sex in the Future. From 1980 to 1996 he was Reader in Zoology
|Baker, S. Spencer|
Scott Baker (born 1947) is an American science fiction, fantasy, and horror writer. After 20 years in Paris, he now lives in Monterey, California. His first novel, l'Idiot-roi, received
|Baker, Scott M.|
Sharon Baker (1938–1991) was an American science fiction author.
Stephen Baker was born in the Philadelphia area, graduated from the University of Wisconsin, and earned a masters in science from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. For ten
Timothy Baker is a retired firefighter and an aspiring, perspiring, horror writer. He is published in Fading Light: Anthology of the Monstrous by Angelic Knight Press, and the forthcoming
Kirsten Bakis (born 1967 in Switzerland) is an American novelist.
|Bakker, R. Scott|
R. Scott Bakker is the author of 7 critically acclaimed books, including The Prince of Nothing, a trilogy that Publishers Weekly calls "a work of unforgettable power,"
Milan Bakrania is passionate about creative writing and has interests in desktop publishing, and fine arts. Milan believes his lifestyle, positive outlook and over active imagination give him
Nigel Balchin (1908–1970) was an English novelist and screenwriter particularly known for his novels written during and immediately after World War II: Darkness Falls From the Air,
David Baldacci left a well-established law practice in Washington, D.C. to become one of the world's bestselling authors, with his books published in over 45 languages and in more than 80
David Baldwin was Margaret Weis' son.
Kathleen Baldwin has written several award-winning traditional Regency romances for adults, including Lady Fiasco, winner of Cataromance's Best Traditional Regency, and Mistaken
US, born 1933.
|Ball, Brian N.|
Margaret Ball is a science fiction and fantasy author who lives in Austin, Texas. Married and with two kids, she spends time writing, making quilts, embeadery, and taking care of kids at her
|Ball, Peter M.|
Philippa Ballantine is a New Zealandian writer and podcaster.
Tony Ballantyne is the author of Twisted Metal, Blood and Iron and the Recursion series. He has also written many short stories. Tony grew up in County Durham in the
|Ballard, Gary A.|
|Ballard, J. G.|
James Graham Ballard (1930–2009) was a British novelist and short story writer who was a prominent part of the New Wave in science fiction in the mid- to late-1960s and whose work frequently
Kait Ballenger is the award-winning and bestselling author of the Seven Range Shifter paranormal romance series, where she weaves captivating tales of dark, sexy heroes who are cowboys by day, wolf
|Ballinger, Bill S.|
|Ballinger, W. A.|
Nathan Ballingrud was born in Massachusetts but has spent most of his life in the South. He worked as a bartender in New Orleans and New York City and a cook on offshore oil rigs. His
Edwin Balmer (1883-1959) was an American science fiction and mystery writer. He was born in Chicago to Helen Clark (Pratt) and Thomas Balmer. In 1909, he married Katharine MacHarg, sister of
Cyn Balog is an American author. She was born in Edison, New Jersey. She went to Woodbrook Elementary, Woodrow Wilson, and J.P. Stevens High school. She spent most of her time at
Christian Baloga lives in rural Pennsylvania and was born just one day after Halloween, on the Day of the Dead. When not writing, he harbors a peculiar interest in urban exploring, paranormal
Armand Baltazar was born in Chicago’s North Side, not far from the famed Wrigley Field. After attending the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Armand began a visual storytelling career in
|Bamman, Henry A.|
Henry A. Bamman is an American author. His titles focus on adventure and science fiction. He has co-authored many books with Helen Huus and Robert J.
Danielle Banas is the author of The Supervillain and Me and The Good for Nothings. She earned a degree in communication from Robert Morris University, where she spent slightly too
Before settling down to write fantasy novels, Josiah Bancroft was a poet, college instructor, rock musician, and aspiring comic book artist. When he is not writing, he enjoys recording the Crit
An Army wife and mom, Tracy Banghart has an MA in Publishing and an unhealthy affection for cupcakes. Her quiet childhood led to a reading addiction, writing obsession, and several serious book
Elly Bangs was raised in a New Age cult, had six wisdom teeth, and once rode her bicycle alone from Washington State to the Panama Canal. Now she lives in Seattle, where she spends her days fixing
|Banker, Ashok K.|
Ashok Kumar Banker (born 1964) is a novelist and short story writer living in Mumbai, India.
Angelica Banks is not one writer but two. Heather Rose and Danielle Wood are both award-winning authors of adult literary fiction and have been friends for years. They had much more
|Banks, Iain M.|
Iain Menzies Banks (officially Iain Banks, 1954-2013) was a Scottish writer. Iain Banks read English literature, philosophy and psychology at Stirling University. He moved to London and lived in
|Banks, L. A.|
L. A. Banks (1959-2011) was a pseudonym of Leslie Esdaile Banks.
L. A. Banks was the author of the Vampire Huntress Legend series. She had a bachelor's degree from the University
|Banks, Lynne Reid|
Lynne Reid Banks is a best-selling author for children and adults. Her classic children's novel 'The Indian in the Cupboard' has sold nearly six million copies worldwide. She was born in London in
Michael A. Banks (1917-1983) was an American author.
Megan Bannen is a librarian and the author of The Bird and the Blade. In her spare time, she collects graduate degrees from Kansas colleges and universities. While most of her professional
Catherine Banner (born 1989) is a British author. The Eyes of a King is her first book.
Born in 1965, Andrew Bannister grew up in Cornwall. He studied Geology at Imperial College and went to work in the North Sea before becoming an Environmental Consultant. For the day job, he
John Banville (born 1945) is an Irish novelist and screenwriter. His breakthrough novel The Book of Evidence (1989) was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, and won the Guinness Peat
Karen Bao is a writer, musician, and aspiring scientist. She has a brother three years younger than her and a violin sixty years older than her. Born in California and raised in New Jersey,
Dave Bara has always loved space programs, astronauts, and science fiction. His writing is influenced by Herbert and Asimov, among many others. His Lightship Chronicles series launches
|Barant, D. D.|
D. D. Barant lives in Vancouver, BC, and loves monsters, chocolate, animals, reading, comics and lying naked on the beach, while hating bullies, narrow-minded people, Sea Urchin Sushi and gluten. Awful, terrible, gluten.
Adrienne Jo Barbeau (born 1945) is an American actress and the author of three books. Barbeau came to prominence in the 1970s as Broadway's original Rizzo in the musical Grease, and as
|Barbee, David W.|
Griffin Barber spent his youth in four different countries, learning three languages while holding down jobs in marinas, bars, cafés, and, memorably, cold-calling casino guests. Finally settled in
|Barber, Richard Farren|
"Hi, I'm Kara Barbieri, also known as Pandean. I'm 22 years old and a lover of fiction and nonfiction of any sort. White Stag is my debut novel and part of a trilogy. When I'm not writing I'm binge
James Barclay is in his fourties and lives in Teddington with his wife. He is a full-time writer.
Michele Bardsley is an American author. She writes paranormal fiction for New American Library under their
Leigh Bardugo was born in Jerusalem, grew up in Los Angeles, and graduated from Yale University. These days, she hides out in Hollywood, where she indulges her fondness for glamour, ghouls,
Shaun Barger is a Los Angeles-based novelist who detests cold weather, idiot plotting, and fascism. He splits his days between writing, resisting the siren’s call of Hollywood’s eternally mild
Clive Barker (born 1952) is an English fantasy and horror author, film director and visual artist.
David Barker has been a hardcore Lovecraft fan since his college days. He began writing short horror fiction in the mid-1980s, publishing widely in that era's small-press magazines, and edited
UK, born 1966.
|Barker, Emily Croy|
Emily Croy Barker spent almost twenty years as a journalist. A graduate of Harvard University, she is currently the executive editor at The American Lawyer magazine, where she oversees international coverage. She lives in New Jersey.
|Barker, J. D.|
J. D. Barker is the internationally bestselling author of Forsaken, The Fourth Monkey, and The Fifth to Die. He was a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a First
|Barker, M. A. R.|
Muhammad Abd-al-Rahman Barker (born 1930 as Philip Barker) is a retired professor of Urdu and South Asian Studies who has written fantasy novels under the pen name M. A. R.
Nicola Barker (born 1966) is an English novelist and short story writer.
Typically she writes about damaged or eccentric people in mundane situations, and
Pat Barker was born in Thornaby-on-Tees in 1943. She was educated at the London School of Economics and has been a teacher of history and politics.
Her books include the highly acclaimed
RJ Barker lives in Leeds with his wife, son and a collection of questionable taxidermy, odd art, scary music and more books than they have room for. He grew up reading whatever he could get his
|Barker, Trey R.|
Michael Barley was born in England and came to Canada in 1948.
|Barlough, Jeffrey E.|
Jeffrey E. Barlough is a trained biologist and veterinarian with a Ph.D. in Virology from Cornell, and has published over 60 research and review articles in scientific journals since 1979. He is
|Barlow, R. H.|
Robert Hayward Barlow (1918–1951) was an American author, anthropologist and historian of early Mexico. He was also an expert in the Nahuatl language.
R. H. Barlow. Wikipedia.
Toby Barlow is executive creative director at the advertising agency JWT in Detroit and a contributor to the literary magazine n+1 and The Huffington Post. He splits his time
Wayne Douglas Barlowe (born 1958) is a science fiction and fantasy painter. He has painted over 300 book and magazine covers and illustrations for many major book publishers, as well as Life
Twenty-six year old Caroline Barnard-Smith has been writing stories since she was five years old. Having graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a bachelor's degree in English Literature,
Adrian Barnes was born in Blackpool, England but moved to Canada in 1969. He teaches English at Selkirk College, British Columbia. He is married with two children. He received an MA in
|Barnes, Colin F.|
Eric Barnes is the author of the novels Shimmer, an IndieNext Pick from Unbridled Books, and Something Pretty, Something Beautiful from Outpost19, which The Millions
|Barnes, J. S.|
A pseudonym of Jonathan Barnes.
|Barnes, Jennifer Lynn|
Jennifer Lynn Barnes (who mostly goes by Jen) is the author of more than a dozen critically acclaimed young adult novels. She has advanced degrees in psychology, psychiatry, and cognitive science,
John Barnes (born 1957) is an American science fiction author.
John Barnes. Wikipedia.
Jonathan was born in 1979 and was educated in Norfolk and at Oxford University. His first novel, The Somnambulist, was published in 2007 and his second, The Domino Men, in 2008.
Julian Barnes (born 1946) is a English writer.
|Barnes, Mark T.|
Mark T. Barnes is a graduate of the Clarion South Writer’s Workshop. Amongst his tutors were Scott Westerfeld, Michael Swanwick, Ian Irvine and Sean Williams. His previous publications have been short fiction.
Rory Barnes (born 1946) is an Australian writer of popular fiction. Although born in London, he has lived most of his life in Australia.
Steven Barnes (born 1952) is an African-American science fiction writer, lecturer, creative consultant, and human performance technician.
He has written several episodes of The Outer
Troy Barnes is an Australian author of dark fiction.
Vivi Barnes was raised on a farm in East Texas where her theater-loving mom and cowboy dad gave her a unique perspective on life. Now living in the magic and sunshine of Orlando, Florida, she
Barbara Barnett is author of the Bram Stoker Award-nominated novel The Apothecary’s Curse. She is also Publisher/Executive Editor of Blogcritics Magazine, an online magazine of pop culture,
David Barnett (born 1970) is an English journalist and author. He has several published books, including Hinterland (Immanion Press, 2005, re-issued 2008), Angelglass
|Barnett, Lisa A.|
Lisa A. Barnett (1958–2006) was an American Lambda Literary Award winning science fiction writer.
Lisa A. Barnett. Wikipedia.
Australian Vanessa Barneveld lives in a 19th-century house in inner-city Sydney with a 21st-century husband, two eccentric cats and one ghost - all of whom provide inspiration for her spirited
Kelly Barnhill is a poet and literary fiction writer. The Mostly True Story of Jack is her debut children's book. Kelly lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota with her husband and three children.
William Barnwell (born 1943) is an author perhaps best known for The Blessing Trilogy. The trilogy is deeply concerned with metaphysics and set in a future Ireland.
William Barnwell. Wikipedia.
Brandon Barr is a USA Today bestselling author and is the creator of the Song of the Worlds Series.
Hailing from California. Brandon Barr writes in the genres of science fiction and fantasy
Author Angie Barrett lives in a small town in Ontario, Canada in an old century home that is also known as the “cat house” because, well, Angie likes cats. A lot. She also likes shopping for
Edmond Barrett is a native of the North-West of England and a resident of Dublin, Ireland. An amateur student of history, a fan of Terry Pratchett and low tech science fiction. He writes military science fiction and urban fantasy.
|Barrett, Redfern Jon|
Redfern Jon Barrett is a writer and polyamory rights campaigner armed with a doctorate in literature. Author of The Giddy Death of the Gays & the Strange Demise of Straights and
|Barrett, S. P. M.|
Shirley Barrett is an award-winning filmmaker and writer. She has written and directed three feature films and worked extensively as a director in television. Shirley was born in Melbourne, and lives in Sydney, Australia.
|Barrie, J. M.|
Sir James Matthew Barrie (1860–1937) was a Scottish novelist and dramatist. He is best known for creating Peter Pan, the boy who refused to grow up. He was made a baronet in 1913 and a
Laird Samuel Barron (born 1970) is an award winning author and poet, much of whose critically acclaimed work falls within the horror, noir, and dark fantasy genres. He has also been the Managing
Rena Barron grew up in small-town Alabama where stories of magic and adventure sparked her imagination. After penning her first awful poem in middle school, she graduated to writing short stories
|Barron, T. A.|
|Barrowman, Carole E.|
Carole Emily Barrowman (born 1959) is Professor of English and Director of Creative Studies in Writing at Alverno College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and a reviewer and crime fiction columnist for the
John Scot Barrowman (born 1967) is a Scottish–American actor, singer, dancer, musical theatre performer, writer and television personality.
Born and raised in Massachusetts, Brunonia Barry studied literature and creative writing at Green Mountain College in Vermont and at the University of New Hampshire. She has created Brain Teaser
Kevin Barry is the author of the highly acclaimed novel City of Bohane and two short story collections, Dark Lies the Island and There Are Little
Born in Saigon and raised on Boston’s north shore, Quan Barry is a professor of English at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and the author of four poetry books; her third book, Water
After leaving his ball and chain at the workplace, Yaroslav Barsukov goes on to write stories that deal with things he himself, thankfully, doesn’t have to deal with. He’s a software engineer
|Barthel, Kelsey Rae|
Kelsey Rae Barthel grew up in the quiet town of Hay Lakes in Alberta, a sleepy place of only 500 people. Living in such a calm setting gave her a lot of spare time to imagine grand adventures of
Donald Barthelme (1931–1989) was an American author known for his playful, postmodernist style of short fiction. Barthelme also worked as a reporter, editor and a professor at various universities.
James Bartholomeusz lives in Hertfordshire, England, with his parents and two brothers, but is currently studying English Literature at the University of Exeter. When not reading or writing,
|Bartlett, Claire Eliza|
Claire Eliza Bartlett is a US citizen who grew up in Colorado. She studied history and archaeology and spent time in Switzerland and Wales before settling in Denmark for good. When not at her
|Bartlett, Matthew M.|
Matthew M. Bartlett was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1970. At an early age he was given as a gift the novelization of The Omen; not long after that, he inherited a worn copy of Christine
|Bartlett, Thomas St. John|
Mira Bartók is a writer and artist whose New York Times best-selling memoir, The Memory Palace: A Memoir, won the National Book Critics Circle Award for
|Bartol, Amy A.|
Amy A. Bartol is the USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Secondborn Series, The Premonition Series, The Kricket Series, and a short story entitled
Bree Barton is a writer in Los Angeles. When she’s not lost in whimsy, she works as a ghostwriter and a dance teacher to teen girls. She is on Instagram and YouTube, where she posts funny videos
|Barton, E. J.|
Erle Barton is a pseudonym of R. L. Fanthorpe.
Lee Barton is a pseudonym of R. L. Fanthorpe.
|Barton, S. W.|
|Barton, W. S.|
W.S. Barton is a critically acclaimed best-selling author and ghostwriter for renowned sportsmen, actors and musicians. Recently, he has worked in Hollywood with the actor Charles Baker
William Renald Barton III (born 1950) is an American science fiction writer. In addition to his standalone novels, he is also known for collaborations with ... Read more ...
Christopher Barzak (born 1975) is an American author. He has published many short stories, beginning with "A Mad Tea Party" in Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet in 1999. In 2007 he
Melissa Bashardoust received her degree in English from the University of California, Berkeley, where she rediscovered her love for creative writing, children’s literature, and fairy tales and
|Bashe, Ennis Rook|
When Ennis' condition stopped them from partaking in physical activities as a teenager, they turned to fantasy fiction as a refuge. Today, as a writer, Ennis is passionate about creating literature
|Bashman, Janice Gable|
|Bass, T. J.|
T. J. Bass (Thomas J. Bassler, born 1932) is an American science fiction author and doctor.
Anya Bast is the author of numerous works of romantic fiction, mostly all paranormal and mostly all scorching hot. She lives in the country with her husband, daughter, eight cats, a dog, and an odd
Samit Basu is an Indian novelist, graphic novelist and screenwriter.
Basu is the author of The Simoqin Prophecies, The Manticore's Secret and The Unwaba
Allan is a professional actor, educator and former stand-up comedian. In addition to Steel, Blood & Fire, he's also written plays, screenplays, online articles, dialogue for computer
Sonya Bateman lives in upstate New York with her husband, son, four cats, and a gerbil with half a tail. She enjoys reading and swimming, and wishes there were some feasible way to combine the two.
Callie Bates is a writer, harpist and certified harp therapist, sometimes artist, and nature nerd. When she’s not creating, she’s hitting the trails or streets and exploring new places. She
Harry Bates (1900–1981) was an American science fiction editor and writer. He was a pioneering editor and author in the creation and development of twentieth century science fiction.
|Bates, Paul L.|
|Bath, K. P.|
|Batson, Wayne Thomas|
Lee Battersby is the multiple-award winning author of the novels 'The Corpse-Rat King' (Angry Robot 2012) and 'Marching Dead' (Angry Robot 2013) as well as over 70 short stories, many of
Jes Battis was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1979. In addition to writing fiction, he has also published academic books and a variety of scholarly articles in the areas of fantasy,
Ian Baucom is a professor and Director of the Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University. He is the author of several books for adults and currently lives with his wife and children in Durham, North Carolina.
Gael Baudino (born 1955) is a contemporary American fantasy author who also writes under the pseudonyms of Gael Kathryns, Gael A. Kathryns, and G. A. Kathryns.
|Bauer, A. C. E.|
A. C. E. Bauer has been telling stories ever since she could talk (some were real whoppers). After learning how to write them down, she began handing them out as gifts to her family. Ms. Bauer
|Bauer, Stephen J.|
|Bauers, W. C.|
W. C. Bauers works in sales and publishing during the day and writes military science fiction and space opera at night. His first novel, Unbreakable, was an Amazon and B&N "SF/F
|Baum, L. Frank|
Lyman Frank Baum (1856–1919) was an American author, actor, and independent filmmaker. He is best known as the creator of one of the most popular books in American children's literature,
|Bauman, Carolyn Busey|
|Baxley, Jon F.|
Jon F. Baxley is an American author.
Kate Baxter is a die-hard romantic with a thing for Shakespeare. She lives in the great northwest where she hides away to write about all things fanged, furry, and undead.
Stephen Baxter (born 13 November 1957) is an English hard science fiction author. He has degrees in mathematics and engineering.
|Bayley, Barrington J.|
Barrington J. Bayley (1937–2008) was a British science fiction writer. He was born in Birmingham and educated in Shropshire. He died of complications from bowel
Joseph Tate Bayly (1920–1986) was an American author and publishing executive.
Born in Germantown, Pennsylvania, Bayly earned his BA at Wheaton College, Illinois, in 1940, and then
Kalynn Bayron is the author of Cinderella Is Dead and is classically trained vocalist. She grew up in Anchorage, Alaska. When she’s not writing you can find her listening to Ella
|Bazes, Terry Richard|
|Beagle, Peter S.|
Peter Soyer Beagle (born 1939) is an American fantasist and author of novels, nonfiction, and screenplays. He is also a talented guitarist and folk singer. He wrote his first novel, urban fantasy
George Beahm is a New York Times bestselling author. He has written more literary companions than any other writer, and has published more than thirty books on pop culture icons,
Originally from Providence, Rhode Island, Clifford Beal is an award-winning journalist and the former Editor of the authoritative London-based international
Deborah Beale was a longtime editor of books for adults and children in her native London before she began her career as a writer.
Fleur Beale (née Corney, born 1945) is a New Zealand teenage fiction writer, best known for her novel I am not Esther, which has been published worldwide.
Fleur Beale. Wikipedia.
Theodore Beale is the author of the Eternal Warriors series of Christian fantasy novels, as well as numerous short stories and novellas in a variety of fiction genres.
Sarah Bear Elizabeth Wishnevsky (born September 22, 1971) is an American author who works primarily in speculative fiction genres, writing under the name Elizabeth Bear. She won the 2005 John W.
Gregory Dale Bear (born 1951) is an American science fiction and mainstream author. His work has covered themes of galactic conflict (Forge of God books), artificial universes (The
|Beard, Henry N.|
US, born 1945.
Cassie Beasley is from rural Georgia, where, when she's not writing, she helps out on the family pecan farm. She earned her MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults at the Vermont College of
He graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 1977 with a dual major in physics and math. He started his first novel while at the Academy after returning there as an officer in the 1980s
|Beath, Warren Newton|
|Beaton, E. J.|
E. J. Beaton lives in Melbourne, Australia, and has a penchant for peregrination. She has lived in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, researched in New York, given papers in Scotland, England and Denmark, and
Melinda Beatty has had years of practice trying to explain to others why she was just having an imaginary conversation between two people that don’t exist, so becoming a writer seemed like the
Robert Beatty is the author of the #1 New York Times best-selling Serafina series published by Disney Hyperion, a spooky mystery-thriller about a brave and unusual girl who lives secretly in the
Erin Beaty was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, which means she can't drive a tractor, but she won't eat veggies that come from a can. She graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with
|Beaulieu, Bradley P.|
Bradley P. Beaulieu began writing his first fantasy novel in college, but in the way of these things, it was set aside as life intervened. As time went on, though, Brad realized that his love of
Charles Beaumont (1929–1967) was a prolific American author of speculative fiction, including short stories in the horror and science fiction subgenres. He
|Bebris, Carrie A.|
Glenn Beck, the nationally syndicated radio host and founder of TheBlaze television network, is a twelve-time #1 bestselling author and is one of the few authors in history to have had #1
Greig Beck is an Australian author.
|Beck, J. K.|
J. K. Beck is a pseudonym of Julie Kenner.
|Becker, Elayne Audrey|
Walter William Becker (born 1968) is an American director, writer and actor best known for directing the films Van Wilder and Wild Hogs.
Becker graduated from
Bernard Beckett, born in 1967, is a high school teacher based in Wellington, New Zealand, where he teaches Drama, Mathematics and English. Genesis was written while he was on a Royal
|Beckett, L. X.|
Toronto author and editor L.X. Beckett frittered their misbegotten youth working as an actor and theater technician in Southern Alberta, before deciding to make a shift into writing science
William Beckford (1760–1844) was an English novelist, art critic, travel writer and politician.
Frank Beddor. Wikipedia.
Jacey Bedford is an English writer who lives and works behind a desk in Pennine Yorkshire. She's had stories published on both sides of the Atlantic and in November 2014 her first novel,
|Bedford, K. A.|
K.A. Bedford was born in Fremantle, Western Australia, in 1963. He attended Curtin and Murdoch Universities, and studied Writing, Theatre, and Philosophy.
Henry James O'Brien Bedford-Jones (1887–1949) was a Canadian historical adventure fantasy and Science fiction writer who
Stephanie Bedwell-Grime is an author of fantasy, horror, science fiction, and romance. She has written more than a dozen novels and many pieces of short fiction. She has been nominated for the
Sean Beech is an American author. He served in Iraq with the British armed forces. Saddened and appalled by the reading standards of the young infantry soldiers, and in an attempt to show them
Mary Behre is the lone female in a house full of males and the undisputed queen of her domain. She even has the glittery tiara to prove it. She loves stories with humor, ghosts, mysteries, and
Steve Bein teaches Asian philosophy and Asian history at SUNY Geneseo. He holds a Ph.D. in philosophy and earned a third degree black belt and a first degree black belt in two American forms of combative martial arts.
Aviva Bel'Harold writes young adult fiction: Horror, Science Fiction, Space Adventure, Urban Fantasy, etc. - as long as the characters are young, full of life and out for adventure. When
Michelle Belanger is an American author, singer and prominent advocate of the vampire lifestyle community, a self-described "psychic vampire", and an active speaker and commentator for those
David Belasco (1853–1931) was an American theatrical producer, impresario, director and playwright.
David Belasco. Wikipedia.
|Belcher, R. S.|
Rod Belcher won the Grand Prize in the Strange New Worlds SF-writing contest. He runs Cosmic Castle, a comic book shop in Roanoke, Virginia.
|Bell, A. A.|
Winner of the Prestigious 2011 Norma K Hemming Award for Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Themes (of race, gender, class, sexuality, disability etc) for Diamond
Alden Bell is a pseudonym of Joshua Gaylord.
Alex Bell is a frighteningly talented law student, and an exceptionally able debut novelist.
Arthur W. "Art" Bell, III (born 1945) is an American broadcaster and author, known primarily as one of the founders and original host of the paranormal-themed radio program Coast to
|Bell, Cathleen Davitt|
|Bell, David Jack|
Jadrien Bell is a pseudonym of Christie Golden.
Jay Bell never gave much thought to Germany until he met a handsome foreign exchange student. At that moment, beer and pretzels became the most important thing in the world. After moving to
Londoner Jennifer Bell began working in children’s books as a specialist bookseller at Foyles, Charing Cross Road, one of the world’s most famous bookstores. After having the privilege of
Matt Bell's first story collection, How They Were Found, was published in 2010 by Keyhole Press, and was reviewed in The Believer, American Book Review,
|Bell, P. G.|
P. G. Bell is a native of south Wales, where he was raised on a diet of Greek mythology, ghost stories, and Doctor Who. He’s had all sorts of jobs over the years, from lifeguard to
Peter Bell has written articles and stories for All Hallows, The Ghosts & Scholars M. R. James Newsletter, Wormwood, Faunus, and Supernatural
Thornton Bell is a pseudonym of R. L. Fanthorpe.
John Anthony Bellairs (1938–1991) was an American author, best known for
Edward Bellamy (1850–1898) was an American author and socialist, most famous for his utopian novel, Looking Backward, set in the year 2000.
A pseudonym of Bradley P. Beaulieu.
Brendan Bellecourt began writing his first fantasy novel in college,
Rhoda Belleza was raised in Los Angeles, where she grew up writing X-Files fanfiction and stuffing her face with avocados. When she’s not writing, Rhoda obsesses over
|Bellin, Joshua David|
Joshua David Bellin has been writing books since the age of eight (though his first few were admittedly very, very short). He is the author of Survival Colony 9 and its sequel,
|Bemis, John Claude|
An inspiring speaker and entertaining performer, John Claude Bemis brings his passions for music, folklore, and spinning exciting tales to his novels and presentations. The first novel in his
Jessica Bendinger is a movie writer, producer, and director who lives in Los Angeles. She has written such screenplays as Bring It On and Stick It. The Seven Rays is her first teen novel.
|Benedict, A. K.|
A. K. Benedict read English at Cambridge and Creative Writing at the University of Sussex. She lives in Hastings and writes in a room filled with teapots and the severed head of a ventriloquist’s
Laura Benedict's short fiction has appeared in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and a number of anthologies. For the past decade she has worked as a freelance book reviewer for The
Barry Benefield (John Barry Benefield, 1877–1971) was an American writer, some of whose books were adapted for the cinema. His being born and spending much of his life in Texas is more
Gregory Benford is a physicist, educator, and author. He received a BS from the University of Oklahoma and a PhD from the University of California, San Diego. Benford is a professor of physics at
|Benford, Timothy B.|
Sean Benham is a Toronto-based entertainment industry professional who has worked as an art director, graphic animator, writer and producer on everything from Emmy award-winning children's
Chloe Benjamin is the author of THE IMMORTALISTS, a New York Times Bestseller, #1 Indie Next Pick for January 2018, Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Selection, #1 Library Reads pick,
Curt Benjamin is a pseudonym used by an author who normally writes contemporary fantasy. He has a degree in art from Antioch University. In his spare time, he is a designer and children's illustrator.
Kamilla Benko spent most of her childhood climbing into wardrobes, trying to step through mirrors, and plotting to run away to an art museum. Now, she visits other worlds as a children’s book
Mitch Benn found fame as the singer of spectacularly angry, clever and funny songs on the Now Show. He tours regularly and is in pretty much permanent residence with his band at the Phoenix
|Bennett, Christopher L.|
Danielle Bennett is from Victoria, BC, where she studied English literature at Camosun College. She has never seen a firefly, but has held many interesting jobs that merely got in the way of
|Bennett, Gary L.|
Gary L. Bennett (born 1940) is an American scientist and engineer, specializing in aerospace and energy. He has worked for NASA and the US Department of Energy (DOE) on advanced space power systems
James Bennett is a British writer of fantasy and horror. Born in Loughborough and raised in Sussex, South Africa and Cornwall, his travels have furnished him with an abiding love of different
Jenn Bennett is an artist and RITA-nominated author of the Arcadia Bell urban fantasy series; the Roaring Twenties romance series, including Bitter Spirits, which was chosen as one
|Bennett, Marcia J.|
|Bennett, Robert Jackson|
Robert Jackson Bennett is a two-time award winner of the Shirley Jackson Award for Best Novel, an Edgar Award winner for Best Paperback Original, and is also the 2010 recipient of the Sydney J
|Bennett, Stephen W.|
Veronica Bennett is a children's novelist. She previously worked part-time as an English Lecturer and now writes fiction full-time. She graduated from University College, Cardiff in 1975 with
|Benoît, Pierre |
Pierre Benoît (1886–1962) was a French novelist and member of the Académie française.
Pierre Benoît, born in Albi (southern France) was the son of a French
|Benson, A. C.|
Arthur Christopher Benson (1862–1925) was an English essayist, poet and author, and the 28th Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge.
As an actress, Amber Benson has appeared in dozens of roles in feature films, TV movies, and television series, including the fan-favorite role of Tara Maclay on three seasons of Buffy the
|Benson , E. F.|
Edward Frederic Benson (1867–1940) was an English novelist, biographer, memoirist and short story writer, known professionally as E. F. Benson. His friends called him Fred.
|Benson, R. H.|
Robert Hugh Benson (1871–1914) was the youngest son of Edward White Benson, Archbishop of Canterbury, and younger brother of Edward Frederic Benson. Benson was educated at Eton College,
|Bentley, C. F.|
C. F. Bentley is a pseudonym of Irene Radford.
|Bentley, S. A.|
S A Bentley was born and spent her childhood on the outskirts of London before marrying and moving to the Midlands. She has three children and three grandchildren and these, plus her love of the
Sabrina Benulis graduated with a masters from Seton Hill University. Her books include the first two entries in the Books of Raziel series, Archon and Covenant. She currently
Born in the wrong place, and unquestionably the wrong time, Derek spent most of his early years trying to figure out where he was and why he was different than everyone else. By the age of five,
|Beranek, N. S.|
Sylvie Bérard was born in Montreal in 1965. She completed her graduate studies at UQAM and holds a Ph. D. in Literature. She joined Trent University in 1998 and, after spending a year at
|Berberick, Nancy Varian|
Nancy Varian Berberick also writes as Nancy Virginia Varian.
Dave Berenato lives in Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania where he attends the high school of Archmere Academy in Claymont, Delaware. He is currently 15, and lives with his two siblings, a dog, and his
Carol Berg is the author of several fantasy novels, including the books from the Rai-Kirah series, Song of the Beast, and the books from The Bridge of D'Arnath
Stacey Berg is a medical researcher who writes speculative fiction. Her work as a physician-scientist provides the inspiration for many of her stories. She lives with her wife in Houston and is a
David Bergamini (1928–1983) was an American author who wrote books on 20th century history and popular science, notably mathematics. Bergamini was interned as an Allied Civilian in a Japanese
|Berger, Robert D.|
Robert D. Berger, born in April 1963, spent most of his life travelling the world.
Following his father’s twenty-two year military career, Robert served in the US Navy for seven.
|Berglund , E. P.|
E. P. Berglund is a pseudonym of Edward P. Berglund.
|Berglund, Edward P.|
|Bergren, Lisa Tawn|
Lisa Tawn Bergren is the best-selling, award-winning author of over 35 books, with more than 2 million copies sold.
Lisa’s time is split between managing home base, writing
Ari Berk is the author of the Undertaken trilogy and Nightsong, illustrated by Loren Long. He works in a library filled to the ceiling with thousands of arcane books and more than a
Jon Berkeley was born in Dublin at a time when suits were collarless and there were no bootprints on the moon. He was educated by stern men with elbow patches, in a school where you were allowed
Steve Berman has been writing stories both queer and strange for many years. He has had more than 80 articles and short stories sold and his work has appeared in the fantasy anthologies The
Michel Bernanos (1924–1964) was a French author.
Romily Bernard is the author of the Munchem Academy books: The Boy Who Knew Too Much and The Girl Who Knew Even More. Bernard graduated from Georgia State University with a literature degree.
Beth Bernobich is a writer, reader, mother, geek, and sometime student of the martial arts. Her stories have appeared in publications such as Baen's Universe, Interzone,
Jonathan Bernstein is a Scottish-born, L.A.-based screenwriter, author and journalist, and has written articles for Entertainment Weekly, Arena, Spin, Teen
|Berry, C. R.|
C. R. Berry caught the writing bug at the tender age of four and has never recovered. His earliest stories were filled with witches, monsters, evil headteachers, Disney characters and the
|Berry, D. Bruce|
Jedediah Berry holds an M.F.A. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and has been published in Best New American Voices 2008 (his story was described by Kirkus Reviews
Julie Berry grew up in western New York. She holds a BS from Rensselaer in communication and an MFA from Vermont College in writing for children and young adults. She now lives in southern
|Berry, T. J.|
T. J. Berry has been a political blogger, bakery owner, and spent a disastrous two weeks working in a razor blade factory. She now writes science fiction, fantasy, and horror from Seattle with
|Berryere, Rik Andreas|
Shane Berryhill is a novelist and comic book writer. His work has been praised by Publishers Weekly, NPR, NBC Today.com, Wired Magazine, Horror World, and others. He's been a guest and speaker at
Julie Bertagna (born in 1962) is a Scottish author who has written real life and science fiction novels for both children and young adults. Her books have been shortlisted for several literature
|Berthoud, S. Henry|
|Bertin, Eddy C.|
Eddy has published over twenty-five books, novels, story collections and three poetry collections for adults. Under various pseudonyms his work has included over sixty pulp novels and serials,
Joanne Bertin is the author of the novels The Last Dragonlord, Dragon and Phoenix and Bard’s Oath. She lives in Connecticut.
Lynne Bertrand is the author of two books for very young readers. City of the Uncommon Thief is her first book for young adult readers. She works in A&R for a music label and lives with her family in Northampton, MA.
Amelinda Bérubé has been a writer and editor with a small department in the Canadian public service since 2008. She holds a bachelor of humanities from Carleton University and a master of arts from McGill.
|bes Shahar, Eluki|
Alexander Besher (born in China in 1951) is a San Francisco-based author, journalist and novelist, and former contributing editor to Infoworld magazine. He
Alfred Bester (1913–1987) was an American science fiction author. He won the first Hugo Award in 1953 for his novel The Demolished Man.
Alfred Bester. Wikipedia.
|Betancourt, John Gregory|
John Gregory Betancourt (born 1963) is a writer of science fiction, fantasy and mystery novels as well as short stories. He has worked as an assistant editor at
Zillah Bethell was born in a leprosy hospital in Papua New Guinea, spent her childhood barefoot playing in the jungle, and didn’t own a pair of shoes until she came to the United Kingdom when she
Bruce Bethke (born 1955) is an American author, best known for his 1980 short story "Cyberpunk" which led to the widespread use of the term, and his novel, Headcrash.
Lauren Beukes is a journalist who has contributed to The Big Issue, Colors, The Hollywood Reporter, Marie Claire, Nature Medicine, and The
Katharine Beutner grew up in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She earned a BA in classical studies from Smith College in 2003, and she recently completed an MA in creative writing at the University
Kirsten Beyer is the author of Star Trek: Voyager - Protectors, The Eternal Tide, Children of the Storm, Unworthy, Full Circle, String Theory:
Mike Bezemek is a writer, photographer, editor, and teacher. He’s contributed work to a variety of publications, including Canoe & Kayak Magazine, Bull, Hobart, The Morning News,
Tanaz Bhathena is the author of the critically acclaimed A Girl Like That, which received two starred reviews. It was also shortlisted for the Ontario Library Association White Pine
James Bibby is a fantasy author. He began his writing career in 1980 and wrote for, amongst others, Chris Tarrant and Lenny Henry. He lives in Wirral with his family.
James Bibby. Wikipedia.
|Bick, Ilsa J.|
Ilsa J. Bick is an award-winning science fiction author primarily known for her Star Trek novels and short stories, which began with publication in the Strange New Worlds
|Bidmead, Christopher H.|
Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce (1842–1914) was an American editorialist, journalist, short-story writer, fabulist and satirist.
|Bigelow, Susan Jane|
|Biggle, Jr., Lloyd|
Dr. Lloyd Biggle, Jr. (1923–2002), was a musician, author, and internationally known oral historian.
Lloyd Biggle, Jr.. Wikipedia.
Enes Bilal (born 1951) is a French comic book creator, comics artist and film director. Born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, to a Slovak mother and a Bosniak father who had been Tito's tailor, he moved to
|Bill, Alfred H.|
While Billingsley's first novel, Well Wished (1997), was warmly received by critics, a year ago she was a virtual unknown within a publishing climate that regarded fantasy as a specialty
|Bills, Randall N.|
David Bilsborough grew up in Malvern, Worcestershire, and still lives there when not teaching overseas. His first novel (and first in this sequence) was The Wanderer’s Tale which is followed by A Fire in the North.
Eando Binder is a pseudonym for two brothers, Earl Andrew Binder (1904–1965) and Otto Binder (1911–1974), who were science fiction authors in the mid-20th century. The name is derived from
Otto Binder wrote several novels with his brother, Earl Andrew Binder, under the pseudonym of Eando Binder.
Otto Binder is perhaps best known as a writer for the Captain Marvel line of comic books published by Fawcett Comics (1941–1953).
|Bioy Casares, Adolfo|
Adolfo Bioy Casares (1914–1999) was an Argentine fiction writer, journalist, and translator. He was a friend and collaborator with his fellow countryman Jorge Luis Borges. His best known work
Carol Birch is the author of ten novels including Scapegallows and Turn Again Home, which was longlisted for the Booker Prize. She has won the Geoffrey Faber Award and the David Higham Award. She lives in Lancashire.
|Birch, Chandler J.|
Chandler J. Birch grew up ignoring the Rocky Mountains in favor of Middle Earth, Narnia, and Temerant. He lives in Colorado Springs with his wife, Kelsey, and their two dogs, Winter and Bandit. The Facefaker’s Game is his first novel.
|Birch, Kate Jarvik|
Kate Jarvik Birch is a visual artist, author, playwright, daydreamer, and professional procrastinator. As a child, she wanted to grow up to be either a unicorn or mermaid. Luckily, being a
Allyson Bird lives on the edge of the South Yorkshire moors in England, with her husband and young daughter. Occasionally she is drawn to strange places and people and
Amber Bird is a writer, a rockstar, and a scifi girl. She is the author of the Peaceforger books, the front of post-punk/post-glam band Varnish, and an unabashed geek. An autistic introvert who
Carmel Bird is an Australian novelist. She lives in Central Victoria, having grown up in Tasmania. She has written literary novels and collections of short fiction. She has also written books on
Mikkel Birkegaard is a Danish author of fantasy fiction. He lives in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Mikkel Birkegaard. Wikipedia.
Sir Charles Lloyd Birkin, 5th Baronet (1907–1986) was an English author of horror short stories and
John Birmingham (born 1964) is a British-born Australian author, known for the 1994 memoir, He Died With A Felafel In His Hand, and his Axis of Time trilogy.
Cristin Bishara has worked as a professional copywriter and graphic designer. Her writing has appeared on pasta boxes, in magazines and literary journals, as well as on countless pieces of junk
New York Times bestselling author Anne Bishop is a winner of the William L. Crawford Memorial Fantasy Award, presented by the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts, for The
David Bishop is an award-winning screenwriter and author. Born in New Zealand, he was a UK comics editor during the 1990s, running such titles as the Judge Dredd Megazine and 2000 AD. He has since become a prolific author.
We are a husband and wife writing team, with a deep affinity for high fantasy settings, epic storylines, and page-turning plots. We created the world of Cyrradon from a desire to tell a story in a
Jeremy Bishop is a pseudonym of Jeremy Robinson.
|Bishop, K. J.|
K. J. Bishop (born 1972) is an Australian author. Her first novel is The Etched City (2003), which has invited comparison with Stephen King's Dark Tower series and China
We are a husband and wife writing team, with a deep affinity for high fantasy settings, epic storylines, and page-turning plots. We created the world of Cyrradon from a desire to tell a story in a
Toby Bishop is a pseudonym of Louise Marley.
Zealia Brown-Reed Bishop (1897–1968) was an American writer of short stories.
Her stories appeared in the magazine Weird Tales. However, they were extensively revised by H.
|Bissette, Stephen R.|
Terry Ballantine Bisson (born 1942) is an American science fiction and fantasy author. He is best known for his short stories, including "Bears Discover Fire" (1990), which won both the Hugo and Nebula awards.
Jarl André Bjerke (1918–1985) was a Norwegian writer and poet. He wrote a wide range of material: poems (both for children and adults), mystery novels (four of them under the pseudonym Bernhard
Bekka Black is the pseudonym for mystery author Rebecca Cantrell, whose recent novel A Trace of Smoke received starred reviews from Publisher's Weekly, Kirkus Reviews,
Gavin Black lives with his wife and two boys in Reno, Nevada. Growing up, he spent his formative years in the hospital due to a congenital lung malady. He found an escape in fantasy and science
Holly Black is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of over thirty fantasy novels for kids and teens. She has been a finalist for an Eisner Award and the Lodestar Award, and the
|Black, Ian Stuart|
|Black, J. Patrick|
J. Patrick Black has worked as a bartender, a small-town lawyer, a homebuilder, and a costumed theme park character, all while living a secret double life as a fiction
Jaid Black (born 1972) is the pen name of Tina Engler, owner and founder of Ellora's Cave Publishing, Cerridwen Press, and Gothik Grounds. Under her pen name, she is a bestselling, prolific author
Robin Hood vs the Plague Undead is James Black's debut novel. He loves blood and guts and bows and arrows equally, and is delighted he didn't have to choose between the two in this book!
Jenna Black (born 1965) is an American author.
Jenna Black is your typical writer. Which means she's an "experience junkie." She got her BA in physical anthropology and French from
Levi Black lives in Metro Atlanta with his wife and an array of toys, books, records, and comics. He's been weird his whole life and is almost as scary as he looks.
Paul Black (born 1957) is an American graphic artist, designer and writer of science fiction. He is best known for his near-future science fiction trilogy, The
Robert Black is a pseudonym of Robert Holdstock.
Shayla Black is the nationally bestselling author of more than twenty sizzling contemporary, erotic, paranormal, and historical romances, including the Doomsday
John Fenwick Blackburn (1923–1993) was a British novelist who wrote thrillers, horror novels, and The Flame and the Wind (1967), an unusual
Livia Blackburne has a PhD in neuroscience from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she conducted research on the neural correlates of reading. She still blogs on the intersection
Malorie Blackman OBE (born 1962) is a British writer who held the position of Children's Laureate from 2013 to 2015. She primarily writes literature and television drama for children and young
Stephen Blackmoore is the author of the urban fantasy novels City of the Lost and Dead Things and the 1930s pulp novel Khan of Mars. His short stories have appeared in
Leigh David Blackmore (born 1959) is an Australian horror writer, critic, and editor.
Leigh Blackmore. Wikipedia.
Thomas Blackthorne is a pseudonym of John Meaney.
Charlotte Blackwell is a Canadian author.
Juliet Blackwell is the pseudonym for the New York Times bestselling author who writes the Witchcraft Mystery series and the Haunted Home Renovation series. She is also the author of Letters
|Blackwell, Paul E.|
Paul E. Blackwell never went over a waterfall himself, but he has jumped off a sixty-foot cliff. Once was enough. Undercurrent is his first book for teens. He lives in Montreal, Quebec. You can follow him on Twitter @pauleblackwell.
Algernon Henry Blackwood (1869–1951) was a British author of fantasy, horror and weird fiction.
Algernon Blackwood. Wikipedia.
Gary Blackwood (born 1945) is an American author of popular books for young readers including The Shakespeare Stealer, Shakespeare's Scribe, and Shakespeare's Spy.
Gary Blackwood. Wikipedia.
Sage Blackwood lives at the edge of a large forest, with thousands of books and a very old dog, and enjoys carpentry, cooking, and walking in the woods of New York State.
Adam Blade is the house name for the Working Partners Ltd. ghostwriters who write the Beast Quest and Sea Quest series.
Adam Blade is in his late twenties, and was born in Kent, England.
Chris Blaine is a pseudonym of Elizabeth Massie.
|Blair, J. M. C.|
Katharyn Blair is a novelist and screenwriter. She graduated with her MFA in 2015 and is finishing her MA in literature. She’s been a social media coordinator for several films at 20th Century
|Blair, P. L.|
|Blaise, S. G.|
Inspired by her own upbringing in Hungary under Soviet oppression, author S.G. Blaise wants young readers to know they don’t have to be perfect to be a hero. A Goodreads reader favorite – over
Andrew Blake has taught cultural studies in London and Winchester, where he is Head of Cultural Studies at King Alfred's College. He has written and edited books on music, sport and fiction, and he reviews regularly for the Independent.
|Blake, Dan L.|
|Blake, E. C.|
A pseudonym of Edward Willett.
Elly Blake loves fairy tales, old houses, and owls. After earning a degree in English literature, she held a series of seemingly random jobs, including project manager,
Kasi Blake is the author of several YA Paranormal Fantasy/Urban Fantasy novels. She wrote her first short story at the age of twelve. It's been a long and wild ride from writing The End on that
Kendare Blake holds an MA in Creative Writing from Middlesex University in northern London. She lives and writes in Lynnwood, Washington.
Quentin Blake, (born 1932) is an English cartoonist, illustrator and children's author, well known for his collaborations with writer Roald Dahl.
Sarah Blake's novel Naamah won the National Jewish Book Award for debut fiction. Blake is also the author of the poetry collections Mr. West and Let’s Not Live on
Sterling Blake is a pseudonym of Gregory Benford.
|Blakemore, Megan Frazer|
Megan Frazer Blakemore is the author of The Firefly Code, The Friendship Riddle, The Spy Catchers of Maple Hill, and The Water Castle, which was listed as a Kirkus
|Blakeney, Jay D.|
Jay D. Blakeney is a pseudonym of Deborah Chester.
|Blakey, John A.|
Sarah Blakley-Cartwright is a recent graduate of Barnard College. She is the recipient of the 2008-2009 Mary Gordon Fiction Scholarship Award and the 2009-2010 Lenore Marshall Barnard Prize
|Blanchet, T. M.|
Trisha Mary Blanchet's debut novel, Herrick's End: Book 1 of The Neath Trilogy, is due out on May 10, 2022, from Tiny Fox Press. T.M. is a former reporter, editor, and award-winning humor
Maurice Blanchot (1907–2003) was a French writer, philosopher, and literary theorist. His work had a strong influence on post-structuralist philosophers such as Jacques Derrida.
Maurice Blanchot. Wikipedia.
Bob Blanton has been an avid reader ever since his mother first took him to a library at age five. He has toyed with writing for years since college but was always too busy to start a novel. He’s
|Blatty, William Peter|
William Peter Blatty (1928-2017) was an American writer and filmmaker best known for his 1971 novel The Exorcist and for the Academy Award-winning screenplay of its film adaptation. He
|Blavatsky, H. P.|
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (born as Helena von Hahn, 1831–1891) was a founder of Theosophy and the Theosophical Society.
Helena Blavatsky. Wikipedia.
|Blaylock, James P.|
James P. Blaylock was born in Long Beach, California in 1950, and attended California State University, where he received an MA. He was befriended and mentored by Philip K. Dick, along with his
|Bleackley, H. G.|
H. G. Bleackley grew up in Gibsons, on the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia, Canada. She loves the West Coast, and currently lives in Vancouver. Sleep Over is her first novel.
Alex Bledsoe grew up in west Tennessee an hour north of Graceland and twenty minutes from Nutbush. He's been a reporter, editor, photographer and door-to-door vacuum cleaner salesman. He now
Candace Blevins writes urban fantasy, paranormal romance, epic fantasy contemporary BDSM romance, and two kick-ass motorcycle club series. She’s published more than fifty books. Candace lives
James Benjamin Blish (1921–1975) was an American author of fantasy and science fiction. He also wrote literary criticism of science fiction using the
|Bloch, John W.|
Robert Albert Bloch (1917–1994) was a prolific American writer, primarily of crime, horror and science fiction.
Robert Bloch. Wikipedia.
|Block, Francesca Lia|
Alexandra Blogier was raised in Boston and on the beaches of Cape Cod. She earned a degree in history from the University of Maryland and now lives and works in Brooklyn. The Last Girl on Earth is her first novel.
|Blom, Suzanne Allés|
Harold Bloom (born 1930) is an American writer and literary critic, and is Sterling Professor of Humanities at Yale University. He is known for his defense of
Penny Blubaugh is the critically acclaimed author of Serendipity Market, which was named one of Kirkus Reviews’ Best Young Adult Books of 2009. Penny lives in Chicago with her husband.
Ally Blue is acknowledged by the world at large (or at least by her heroes, who tend to suffer a lot) as the Popess of Gay Angst. She has a great big suggestively-shaped hat and rides in a
|Blum, J. M.|
J. M. Blum was born in ’77, in a forest grove of the Pacific Northwest. Comic books and Commodores informed his childhood, along with tales of wonder from books, radio, tele, movies, and even
Jonathan Blum (born 1972) is an American writer most famous for his work for various Doctor Who spin-offs, usually with his wife Kate Orman although he has also been published on his own. He
Yorick Blumenfeld (born Amsterdam 1933) is an American writer and futurologist living in Cambridge, England. He has written or edited 25 books, including the best-selling novel Jenny,
Michael Blumlein, M.D. is a fiction writer and a physician. Most of his writing is in or near the genres of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. His novels include The Healer, The
Giles Blunt is a Canadian novelist and screenwriter born in 1952 in Windsor, Ontario.
Giles Blunt. Wikipedia.
Enid Mary Blyton (1897–1968) was a British children's writer known as both Enid Blyton and Mary Pollock. She was one of the most successful children's storytellers of the twentieth century.
Michael Patrick Boatman (born 1964) is an Image Award-nominated American actor and writer. He is best known for his roles as U.S. Army Specialist Samuel Beckett in
Rick Boatright is exactly the same age as Bill Gates and like Bill has been a software developer since the early 1970s, but in Rick's case a developer for not-for-profit social service
Leah Bobet’s short fiction and poetry have appeared in Realms of Fantasy, Strange Horizons, The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy for Teens, and nominated for the Pushcart Prize and
Chelsea Bobulski was born in Columbus, Ohio and raised on Disney movies, classic musicals, and Buckeye pride. She graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in history, and promptly
Mike Bockoven writes thriller/horror novels while his kids are in gymnastics class or at piano lessons. He lives with his wife, Sarah, two daughters, Emaline and Tessa and an exceptionally dumb wiener dog names Sherlock.
|Bode, N. E.|
N. E. Bode is a pseudonym of Julianna Baggott.
|Bodeen, S. A.|
S. A. Bodeen's first novel, The Compound, earned her a "Flying Start" from Publishers Weekly and was chosen by YALSA as a Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers. She's also the
Liliana Bodoc was born in Santa Fe, Argentina, in 1958. She took a Modern Literature degree at the National University of Cuyo. Her narrative works, including the fantasy trilogy La Saga de los Confines, are bestsellers in Latin America.
Virginia Boecker recently spent four years in London obsessing over English medieval history, which formed the basis of her debut novel, The Witch Hunter. She now lives in the Bay
Jillian Boehme is known to the online writing community as Authoress, hostess of Miss Snark's First Victim, a blog for aspiring authors. In real life, she holds a degree in Music Education, sings
Sheena Boekweg, author of Glitch Kingdom, grew up reading books with tree branches peeking over her shoulder. She studied theatre at Weber State University, married a handsome nerd who
Rob. Thirty. Author. Journalist. Sound Engineer. Snowboarder. Hip-hop artist. Tall. Basketball-player-length arms. Lots of tattoos. Glasses. Bad hair. Proud South African. Born in Johannesburg.
Martyn Boggon (1934-1997) was a British author.
Norman Bogner (born 1935) is a New York Times bestselling author whose range of work has included several novels such as Seventh Avenue, The
Kevin Bohacz is a novelist and a writer for national computer magazines, founder and president of an e-commerce and software development company KJB Software Development Inc., a scientist and
|Bohnhoff, Maya Kaathryn|
Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff (born 1954) is an American author.
Hannes Bok was the pseudonym of Wayne Woodard (1914–1964). He was an American artist and illustrator. He was also an amateur astrologer and writer of fantasy fiction and poetry.
Bertram John Boland (1913–1976) was a British novelist and science fiction author.
John Boland. Wikipedia.
Roberto Bolaño Ávalos (1953–2003) was a Chilean novelist and poet.
Mirah Bolender graduated with majors in creative writing and art in May 2014. A lifelong traveler, she has traveled and studied overseas, most notably in Japan, and these experiences leak into her
Dermot Bolger (born 1959) is an Irish novelist, playwright and poet born in Finglas, a suburb of Dublin.
Dermot Bolger. Wikipedia.
Godfried Bomans (1913–1971) was a popular Dutch author and television personality and a prominent Dutch catholic. Much of his work remains untranslated into English.
Godfried Bomans. Wikipedia.
|Bonanno, Margaret Wander|
Margaret Wander Bonanno (born 1950 as Margaret Wander) is an American science fiction writer, ghost writer and small press publisher. She was born in New York
Gwenda Bond writes young adult fantasy. She is also a contributing writer for Publishers Weekly, and her nonfiction work has appeared in the Washington Post, Locus Magazine, Subterranean
|Bond, Jonathan E.|
|Bone, J. F.|
Matt Bone lives and writes in Bath, UK, where he is steadily working through the city's supply of caffeine. He has degrees in both Astrophysics and English Literature, supporting his ambition
"When I was five, I had insomnia. I have this memory of my frazzled parents tucking me in, and suggesting – probably in a fit of sleep-deprived desperation – that I make use of the time by
|Bonham, M. H.|
Amanda Bonilla lives in rural Idaho with her husband and two kids. She's a part-time pet wrangler, a full-time sun worshipper, and only goes out into the cold when coerced. When she's not
Robin Bonnick was born in Margate, Kent in 1976 before moving to Surrey when he was 7. Spending his childhood years engrossed in creating worlds as diverse as the one in which he lives, Robin has
Ezekiel Boone lives in upstate New York with his wife and children.
Martina Boone was born in Prague and spoke several languages before learning English. Her first teacher in the U.S. made fun of her for not pronouncing the "wh" sound right, so she set out to
David Boop is an award-winning essayist, recent Summa Cum Laude in creative writing (earned for a weird western piece) and former acquisition editor for both Flying Pen Press and Lifevest
Ellen Booraem, a native of Massachusetts, now lives in Downeast Maine. She is the author of The Unnameables (an ALA Best Book for Young Adults), Small Persons With Wings, and
In her own words (from the author's official website):
"Hello, my name is Angela and I like to sit at my kitchen table and write
Martin Booth (1944–2004) was a prolific British novelist and poet. He also worked as a teacher and screenwriter, and was the founder of the Sceptre
Naomi Booth was born and raised in West Yorkshire and is now based in York, where she lectures in Creative Writing and Literature at York St John University.
|Booth, Roy C.|
Rupert Booth is a comedy writer and surrealist filmmaker from the north of England.
|Booth, Steven W.|
Don Borchert is a long-serving assistant librarian in the suburban California public library system.
|Borges, Jorge Luis|
Jorge Luis Borges (1899–1986) was an Argentine writer, essayist, and poet born in Buenos Aires. In 1914 his family moved to Switzerland where he attended school and traveled to Spain.
Phillipa Bornikova has been an oil-company executive, the story editor of a major network television series, and a horse trainer. She lives in the Southwest.
Phillipa Bornikova is a pseudonym of Melinda Snodgrass.
|Boroson, M. H. |
M. H. Boroson was obsessed with two things as a young man: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and kung fu movies. He has studied Chinese religion at Naropa University and the University of
Pseudonymous Bosch is the anonymous pseudonymous author of the Secret Series. Not much is known about him other than that he has a passionate love of chocolate and cheese and an equally
Writer of horror and weird SF. Editor of It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction. Co-author of The Steampunk User's Manual. Fiction published in Clarkesworld,
Bruce Boston (born 1943) is an American speculative fiction writer and poet who was born in Chicago and grew up in Southern California.
|Boston, L. M.|
Lucy Maria Boston (1892–1990) was a British author noted for her longevity; she did not have her first book published until she was over 60. She is best known for her Green Knowe books,
Jennifer Bosworth lives in Los Angeles, California, where lightning hardly ever strikes, but when it does she takes cover. She is the writer half of a writer/director team with her husband, Ryan Bosworth.
|Bouchard, Robert A.|
Anthony Boucher is the pen name of William Anthony Parker White (1911–1968). He was an American science fiction editor and author of mystery novels and short stories.
Amanda Bouchet grew up in New England where she spent much of her time tromping around in the woods and making up grand adventures in her head. It was inevitable that one day she would start
Hélène Boudreau (born 1969) is an Acadian and Métis Canadian artist and author of children's books, whose writing has appeared in various
Pierre Boulle (1912–1994) was a French novelist largely known for two famous works, The Bridge over the River Kwai (1952) and Planet of the Apes (1963). In
|Bourne, J. L.|
Born in a small town in rural Arkansas, J. L. Bourne balances his time between his passion for writing, and his duties as an active duty, commissioned U.S. naval officer.
Marie-Claude is an author of gothic paranormal romance, and the winner of the American Title V contest. A French Canadian, she is a former climate research scientist (BS Physics, PhD
Benjamin William Bova (1932–2020) was an American writer. He was the author of more than 120 works of science fact and fiction, six-time winner of the Hugo Award, an editor of Analog Science
Tori Bovalino is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and lives in London. She has a BA in English and anthropology from the University of Pittsburgh and an MA in Creative Writing from Royal
Erin Bow was born in the Midwest and studied particle physics in college, eventually working at the CERN laboratory near Geneva, Switzerland. She then decided to leave science in order to
John Griffith Bowen (born 1924) is a British playwright and novelist. He was born in Calcutta, India, studied at the University of
Lila Bowen is a pseudonym of Delilah S. Dawson.
Natasha Bowen is a writer, a teacher, and a mother of three children. She is of Nigerian and Welsh descent and lives in Cambridge, England, where she grew up. Natasha studied English and creative
Georgia Bowers lives in Bedford, a small market town in England. When she got to the age where she had to decide what to do with her life, she was obsessed with two things: books and Buffy the
Richard Bowes is an American author of science fiction and fantasy.
Richard Bowes. Wikipedia.
Stephen Bowkett (born 1953) is a British author.
Stephen Bowkett also writes under the pseudonym of Ben Leech.
Beth Bowland is a writer who has always enjoyed reading and creating stories of her own. As a child she devoured every book she could get her hands on and spent numerous hours at the library each
Tim Bowler is the author of twenty books for children, teenagers and young adults. He has won 15 awards, including the Carnegie
David Bowles was born in 1970 in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, but has lived the majority of his life in South Carolina and the Río Grande Valley; he presently resides in Donna with his wife and
|Bowling, Drew C.|
Drew Bowling is a college sophomore. He started writing The Tower of Shadows while in high school. He lives in Maryland.
Nicholas Bowling is an author, stand-up comic, musician and Latin teacher from South London. He graduated from Oxford University in 2007 with a BA in Classics and English, and again with a Masters
|Bowman, Akemi Dawn|
Akemi Dawn Bowman is a critically-acclaimed author who writes across genres. Her novels have received multiple accolades and award nominations, and her debut novel, Starfish, was a
Erin Bowman has wanted to be an author ever since she uttered her first “Once upon a time.” Now a full-time writer, Erin lives in New Hampshire with her husband.
|Bowman, James R.|
James R. Bowman was born and brought up in Ipswich, Suffolk, where he currently resides with his family. He's been fascinated by Native American culture and has relished his inquisitive nature
Sam Bowring lives in Sydney, Australia, and is a comedian and writer. As well as creating his own stand-up routines, he has written for Rove Live (Network Ten), The Mansion
|Bowyer, Clifford B.|
|Boyce, S. M.|
Boyce is known for action-packed epic fantasy, powerful heroes, and riveting magical stories filled with twists and intrigue. And, of course, a bit of humor sprinkled through it all. Pick up your kindle and get lost in the journey.
Alina Boyden is a trans rights activist, author, and PhD candidate in cultural anthropology. As an ACLU client, her case secured healthcare rights for transgender employees in the state of
|Boyer, Elizabeth H.|
|Boyett, Steven R.|
|Boylan, Jennifer Finney|
|Boyle, T. C.|
T. Coraghessan Boyle (also known as T. C. Boyle, born Thomas John Boyle on December 2, 1948) is a U.S. novelist and short story writer. Since the late 1970s, he has published eleven novels
Jan Bozarth danced in a ballet company at eleven, started a dream journal at thirteen, joined a surf club at sixteen, studied flower essences at eighteen, and went on to learn music, art,
Michael Brachman has a Ph.D. in Sensory Science with a minor in Computer Science. Rome's Revolution is his first science fiction series, depicting the enduring love between a man from the 21st
Alexandra Bracken has wanted to be a writer since third grade, and has always wanted to write for children and young adults. She began Brightly Woven as a birthday present
Leigh Douglass Brackett (1915–1978) was an American author, particularly of
|Brackston, P. J.|
A pseudonym of Paula Brackston.
P. J. Brackston is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Witch's
Paula Brackston lives in a wild, mountainous part of Wales. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Lancaster University, and is a Visiting Lecturer for the University of Wales, Newport. Before
Amanda Bradburn was born in Nevada in 1991. Writing became very important to her early in life, and by the age of seven she was co-authoring a mystery series with friends. Time has passed, and
Ray Douglas Bradbury (1920-2012) was an American fantasy, horror, science fiction, and mystery writer. Best known for his dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451 (1953) and for the science fiction
Hanovi Braddock is a pseudonym of Bruce Holland Rogers.
Russell Reading Braddon (1921–1995) was an Australian writer of novels, biographies and TV scripts. His chronicle of his four years as a prisoner of war, The Naked Island, sold more
|Braden, L. R.|
Born and raised in Colorado, L. R. Braden makes her home in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with her wonderful husband, precocious daughter, and psychotic cat. With degrees in both English
Scott Michael Bradfield (born 1955) is an American essayist, critic and fiction writer who resides in London, England. He has taught at the University of California and the University of
Darin Bradley holds an M.A. in Literature and Literary Criticism and a Ph.D. in English Literature and Theory. He has taught courses on writing and literature at East Tennessee State University,
|Bradley, Marion Zimmer|
Marion Zimmer Bradley was an American fantasy and science fiction author. She was born 1930 and died 1999 after suffering a major heart attack.
Rebecca Bradley is a Canadian novelist and archaeologist.
Rebecca Bradley. Wikipedia.
|Bradley, Robert T.|
Robert T. Bradley is the author of The Reckoning Turbines Steampunk series. The youngest twin in a family of six originally from Plymouth England. Having left school at sixteen Robert served in the
Gillian Marucha Bradshaw (born 1956) is an American writer of historical fiction, historical fantasy, children's literature, science fiction, and contemporary science-based novels. She currently
Kelly Braffet is the author of the novels Save Yourself, Last Seen Leaving and Josie & Jack. Her writing has been published in
Max Brallier is a writer for the wildly popular virtual world, PopTropica, where each month over eight million kids spend more than 11 million hours, much of it engaged in Brallier's
Ernest Bramah (1868–1942), whose real name was Ernest Bramah Smith, was an English author.
Ernest Bramah. Wikipedia.
Frederick Schiller Faust (1892–1944) was an American author known primarily for his thoughtful and literary Westerns under the pen name Max Brand. His other pseudonyms include George Owen
Rebecca Brand is a pseudonym of Suzy McKee Charnas.
Nadine Brandes once spent four days as a sea cook in the name of book research. She is the author of the award-winning Out of Time Series and her inner fangirl perks up at the mention of soul-talk,
Gary Brandner (born 1933) is an American horror author best known for his werewolf themed trilogy of novels, The Howling. The first book in the series was loosely adapted as a motion
A pseudonym of Paula Volsky.
Gerald Brandt is the author of the cyberpunk San Angeles sci-fi trilogy: The Courier, The Operative, and The Rebel. The first of the trilogy was a finalist for the Aurora
Henrietta Branford (1946-1999) was an Indian-born fiction writer who wrote many novels including Fire, Bed and Bone. After her death in 1999 Julia Eccleshare (Children's Book Editor of the
Thom Brannan (est. 1976) has been a submariner, a nuclear operator, an electrician and now works on an offshore drilling platform and is an Affiliate Member of the Horror Writers
|Branson, T. L.|
T. L. Branson is the author of the upcoming Soul Stones series. Branson started writing when he was eighteen and has contributed articles to several blogs and websites over the years. Soul
Ann Brashares is the New York Times bestselling author of the phenomenally bestselling series of young adult novels, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. Her first adult novel, The Last Summer
Joseph Brassey has lived on both sides of the continental US, and worked as a craft-store employee, paper-boy, factory worker, hospital kitchen gopher, martial arts instructor, singer, and
Liz Braswell spent her childhood reading fairy tales, catching frogs, and going on adventures in the woods with her stuffed animals. She has a degree in Egyptology from Brown University (and yes,
Daniel Braum’s fiction has been classified as fantasy, science fiction, and horror but he prefers the good old fashioned term of just “fiction”, which when he was growing up
|Braunbeck, Gary A.|
Richard Gary Brautigan (1935-1984) was an American novelist, poet, and short story writer. His work often employs black comedy, parody, and satire. He is best known for his 1967 novel Trout Fishing in America.
Richard Brautigan. Wikipedia.
James Braziel's short fiction has appeared in over a dozen literary journals, including the Berkeley Fiction Review and the Chattahoochie Review. His poetry (published as a
|Breaux, Kevin James|
J Bree is a dreamer, writer, mother, farmer, and cat-wrangler. The order of priorities changes daily.
She lives on a small farm in a tiny rural town in Australia that no one has ever heard
|Breene, K. F.|
K. F. Breene is the USA Today Bestselling author of fantasy, contemporary and paranormal romance novels.
|Breese, K. Ryer|
Izzi Breigh, raised by a family of peacocks, grew up on a rutabaga farm. She now resides in a small cottage made entirely of pinecones. Izzi enjoys knitting shirts for starfish, rooms without
|Brejcha, F. Alexander|
A wheelchair user since 1985 due to multiple sclerosis, the author turned to writing when M.S. made continuing his original art studies impossible. A night shift worker at Philadelphia's Graduate
Chaz Brenchley (born 1959) is a British writer of novels and short stories, associated with the genres of horror, crime and fantasy.
Winner of the British Fantasy Society's August Derleth
Caitlin Brennan is a pseudonym of Judith Tarr.
Herbie Brennan is a pseudonym of James Herbert Brennan (Ireland, born 1940).
Photo: Gillian Buckley.
|Brennan, Joseph Payne|
Joseph Payne Brennan (1918–1990) was an American writer of fantasy and horror fiction, and also a poet.
Joseph Payne Brennan. Wikipedia.
|Brennan, M. L.|
M. L. Brennan lives in Connecticut with her husband and three cats. Holding a master’s degree in fiction, she teaches basic composition to college students. After spending years writing