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Diana Jean Gabaldon Watkins (born 1952) is an American author of Mexican-American and English ancestry. Diana Gabaldon is her maiden name, and the one she uses professionally.
Camille Gabor is an American writer with a diverse background in many fields. Her careers have included classical music and opera, composition, graphic design, research, and animal
|Gabriel, Caitlynn J.|
Leslie Gadallah (born 1939) is a Canadian science fiction author.
Sam Gafford is a leading authority on William Hope Hodgson and editor of Sargasso, an annual journal devoted to Hodgson. He is editor of Carnacki: The New Adventures (2013) and
|Gafla, Ofir Touché|
Ofir Touché Gafla was born in Israel. His first novel, The World of the End, was published in 2004 and became a bestseller and a cult book, winning the 2005 Geffen Award for the
Brian Gage (born 1973) is an American author of satire, fairy tales, and fiction. He was born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio.
Brian Gage. Wikipedia.
|Gagliani, W. D.|
William D. Gagliani is an American author.
Michelle Gagnon (born 1971) is a an American author. To the delight of her parents, she gave up all these occupations for an infinitely more stable and lucrative
David Gaider lives in Edmonton, Alberta, and has worked for video game developer BioWare since 1999. He is the lead writer on the upcoming Dragon Age: Origins role-playing game and has
Hugo and Campbell award finalist Sarah Gailey is an internationally published writer of fiction and nonfiction. Their nonfiction has been published by Mashable and the Boston Globe, and they are a
Neil Richard MacKinnon Gaiman (born Neil Richard Gaiman, 10 November 1960) is an English author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, nonfiction, audio theatre, and films. His
Robert Galbraith is a pseudonym of J.K. Rowling, bestselling author of the Harry Potter series and The Casual Vacancy, a novel for adults. After Harry
|Gale, Eric Kahn|
Eric Kahn Gale is the author of The Bully Book, his first novel. He lives in Chicago.
Yasmine Galenorn is an American novelist. She writes urban fantasy, paranormal romance, and paranormal mystery. She previously wrote under the pen name India Ink for her Bath and Body
Brad Gallagher is the MEMSPA Children's Chapter Book Award winner and is a Hamtramck Public Schools data specialist and writer. Brad lives in Chesterfield, Michigan.
|Gallagher, Diana G.|
Diana G. Gallagher is an American author who writes books for children and young adults based on television series. She has contributed to book series based on
Stephen Gallagher (born 1954) is an English writer.
He has written several novels and television scripts, including for the BBC television series Doctor
Steven Gallagher is a pseudonym of Stephen Gallagher.
Nicole Galland is the author of these novels: Stepdog, Godiva, I, Iago, Crossed, Revenge of the Rose, and The Fool’s Tale. She lives on Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.
Matthew Gallaway is the author of #gods and The Metropolis Case, which was praised by the New York Times for being “driven by exuberance and morbidity, fatalism and
|Gallego García, Laura |
Laura Gallego García is a Spanish author. She lives in Alboraya, Valencia in Spain.
Barb Galler-Smith resides in Edmonton with John, her fabulously supportive husband, and three incredibly cute Yorkshire terriers. After a hiatus from everything but working for money and
Paul William Gallico (1897–1976) was a successful American novelist, short story and sports writer. Many of his works were adapted for motion pictures. He is perhaps best remembered for
|Gallun, Raymond Z.|
Raymond Zinke Gallun (1911–1994) was an early science fiction writer.
Raymond Z. Gallun was among the stalwart group of early sci-fi pulp writers who popularized the genre. He sold
|Galouye, Daniel F.|
Daniel Francis Galouye (1920–1976) was an American science fiction author.
Daniel F. Galouye. Wikipedia.
Christopher Galt is a pseudonym for a prize winning writer.
Louise Galveston is the pseudonym of a writer of humorous middle-grade fiction.
Lindsay was lucky enough to be raised in a house of stories, music, and love of the sea. She left part of her heart underwater after living and working in Thailand where she spent hundreds of
|Galvin, Michael M. B.|
Thomas Galvin is many things: an attention whore, an arrogant jerk, a jaded cynic. But he's also an author who spends far too much time thinking about vampires and the teenage girls that love
Livio Gambarini was born in 1986. He grew up in the valleys between Bergamo and Iseo lake and he’s the youngest author published by Acheron
Scott Gamboe is the author of The Killing Frost and The Piaras Legacy. He has been a police officer since the mid 1990s, and he currently serves as a crime scene
Sean Gandert was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He received his undergraduate degree from Yale University and an MFA in creative writing from Bennington College. A freelance writer and
Lewis Gannett is an American writer.
Gannett is the author of the books The Living One, Magazine Beach, The Siege, as well as two Millennium novels: Gehenna and Force Majeure.
Lewis Gannett. Wikipedia.
|Gannett, Ruth Stiles|
Ruth Stiles Gannett Kahn (born 1923) is an American author.
Ruth Stiles Gannett. Wikipedia.
|Gannon, Charles E.|
Charles E. Gannon is the author of Compton Crook Award-winning, Nebula-nominated Fire with Fire, Trial by Fire, and Raising Caine in the Caine Riordan series. He is the
Alton Gansky has written a number of other novels, including Zero-G, Finder's Fee, Director's Cut, Before Another Dies, The Prodigy, and the J. D.
Sever Gansovsky (1918-1990) was a Russian writer. He was a dominant figure of the 1960s and 1970s, well known for his radio plays, some of them sf, and also well regarded for his Hard-SF short stories and novellas.
John Byran Gantos, Jr., better known as Jack Gantos (born 1951) is an American author of children's books renowned for his fictional character Joey Pigza, a boy with
Romina Garber is a NYT/International Bestselling YA author who also writes under pen name Romina Russell. Born in
Stephanie Garber #1 NYT bestselling & international bestselling author of the Caraval series.
|García y Robertson, R.|
Rodrigo García y Robertson is an American author of historical and fantasy fiction. He was born 1949.
Kami Garcia is the #1 New York Times bestselling coauthor of Beautiful Creatures, which is now a major motion picture. The instant New York Times bestseller Unbreakable
|Garcia, Rudy Ch.|
Rudy Ch. Garcia’s noir detective story, LAX Confidential (‘08) and his Southwest fantasy, Memorabilia (honorable mention in Writers Digest competition) appeared in
|García Márquez, Gabriel|
Gabriel José de la Concordia García Márquez (born 1927) is a Colombian novelist, short story writer, screenwriter and journalist. He is one of Latin America's most famous
|García, Jr., Elio M.|
|Gardner, Craig Shaw|
|Gardner, James Alan|
James Alan Gardner (born 1955) is a Canadian science fiction author.
John Champlin Gardner, Jr. (1933–1982) was a well-known and controversial American novelist and university professor, best known for his novel Grendel, a retelling of the Beowulf
Lyn Gardner was born in London. A theatre critic on The Guardian, she goes to the theatre five or six nights a week, which should leave no time for writing books at all. Prior to joining
Sally Gardner is an English children's writer and illustrator. She lives in London.
Her award-winning book, I, Coriander, is set in 17th-century
|Gardner, Tonita S.|
Richard Garfinkle is an American writer of science fiction. He is best known as the author of Celestial Matters, a novel published by Tor Books, which was nominated for the Hugo Award and
|Garland, Mark A.|
|Garms, Marian Michelle|
Alan Garner (born 1934) is a British author, who was born in Congleton, Cheshire. He is the father of Elizabeth Garner.
Elizabeth Garner was born in Cheshire, England, and now lives in Oxford. She is the daughter of Alan Garner.
|Garnett, David S.|
David S. Garnett (born 1947) is a British science fiction author and editor whose novels include Cosmic Carousel, Stargonauts and Bikini Planet. He edited a
Born in NY, but raised in the Southern United States, Wade is married to a wonderful woman and lucky to have his first beautiful daughter. When not reading, writing or occasionally drinking
Randall Garrett (1927–1987) was an American science fiction and fantasy author.
Randall Garrett. Wikipedia.
|Garrett, Susan M.|
Richard Garriott de Cayeux is a video game designer, collector, and private astronaut. In 2006 Richard was awarded with two industry honors for his work in the games business: selection into
Mick Garris (born 1951) is an American filmmaker and screenwriter born in Santa Monica, California.
Peter Garrison is a pseudonym of Craig Shaw Gardner.
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Jeannine Garsee is the author of Before, After, and Somebody In Between and Say the Word. She never wanted to be anything except a writer - until she fell under a strange,
|Garth, G. G.|
John Garth is winner of the Mythopoeic Scholarship Award for Tolkien and the Great War, acclaimed as ‘very much the best book on Tolkien’. He studied English at Oxford, worked for many years
Ray Garton (born 1962) is an American author, well known for his work in horror fiction. He has written over fifty books, and in 2006 was presented with the World Horror Convention Grand Master
|Garza, Gavin M.|
|Garza, Michael W.|
Michael W. Garza often finds himself wondering where his inspiration will come from next and in what form his imagination will bring it to life. The outcomes regularly surprise him and it's always
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell, née Stevenson (1810-1865), often referred to simply as Mrs Gaskell, was a British novelist and short story writer during the Victorian era. Her novels offer a
Jane Gaskell (born 1941) is a British fantasy writer. She wrote her first novel Strange Evil, when she was 14. It was published two years later. In 1970
|Gastreich, Karin Rita|
Karin Rita Gastreich's publications include the epic fantasy Eolyn as well as
Samuel Gately is a writer of novels and short stories in the fantasy genre. Most have spies in them. Samuel lives in Oak Park, just outside Chicago, with his wife, daughters, and two terrifyingly fluffy dogs.
Stephen Gately was born in 1976 in Dublin. He enjoyed phenomenal success with Boyzone in their first seven years together with over 40 million copies of their albums sold worldwide. During a
|Gates, R. Patrick|
David Gatward trained as a teacher and outdoor pursuits instructor before working in a number of editorial roles in publishing. His first book was published when he was just eighteen, and he is
|Gaughen, A. C.|
A. C. Gaughen is the author of the Scarlet novels. She serves as the Director of Girls’ Leadership for Boston GLOW, a nonprofit organization that mentors teen girls. She holds a
Jamila Gavin (born 1941) is a British writer born in Mussoorie, India in the foothills of the Himalayas.
Her father was Indian and her mother English. She learned to describe herself as
Richard Gavin's work explores the realm where fear and the sacred converge. His eerie, cryptic stories have garnered high critical praise, been chosen for several volumes of Best New
|Gawron, Jean Mark|
Kelly Gay is an urban fantasy author.
Kelly Gay writes urban fantasy books for young adults as Kelly Keaton.
Joshua Gaylord grew up in Anaheim, California, and currently resides in New York City. He's the author of one previous novel, and under the pen name ... Read more ...
|Gayton, William Clark|
William Clark Gayton was born in the Philippines on August 6, 1994. He is the son of William Anthony and Hildegarde Gayton. Since 1995, he was raised and is currently residing in
|Gear, Kathleen O'Neal|
Kathleen O'Neal Gear (born 1954) is an American writer. Gear is a former state historian and archaeologist for Wyoming, Kansas, and Nebraska for the U.S. Department of the Interior. She has twice
|Gear, W. Michael|
W. Michael Gear is an American writer, and archaeologist born in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1955. He is perhaps best known for his First North Americans series, co-authored with wife Kathleen O'Neal Gear.
W. Michael Gear. Wikipedia.
|Gearhart, Sally Miller|
Sally Miller Gearhart grew up in Virginia and found her first love at a women's college. After inhabiting a dark closet for twenty years, she burst onto the political scene of the San Francisco
Pauline Gedge (born 1945) is an award-winning and bestselling Canadian novelist.
Pauline Gedge's novels are mostly historical novels, set in Ancient Egypt. Stargate is a science
Emily Gee is the daughter of famous New Zealand novelist Maurice Gee. She loves to travel and has recently visited China, North Africa and the Middle East. Thief With No Shadow is her debut novel.
Harrison Geillor was born in a small three-room farm house in central MN, sometime in the middle of the twentieth century. He attended one of Minnesota's prestigious institutions of higher
|Geissinger, J. T.|
Roberta Gellis (born 1927) is an American writer of historical fiction, historical romance, and fantasy works. She holds masters degrees in both biochemistry and medieval literature.
David A. Gemmell’s first novel, Legend, was first published in 1984 and went on to become a classic. Widely regarded as the finest writer of heroic fantasy, David Gemmell lived in Sussex until his tragic death in July 2006.
Stella Gemmell has a degree in politics and is a journalist. She was married to the internationally acclaimed and bestselling fantasy novelist David Gemmell and worked with him on his three
Sonia Gensler grew up in a small Tennessee town and spent her early adulthood collecting impractical degrees from various Midwestern universities. A former high school English teacher, she now
|Gent, D. Michelle|
Mary Gentle is one of the world's most acclaimed writers of fantasy and science fiction; ASH, the largest single fantasy work ever – longer even than THE LORD OF THE RINGS – combines
Elizabeth George (www.elizabethgeorgeonline.com) is the author of more than twenty books for adults. She lives in Seattle, Washington.
|George, J. Frederick|
J. Frederick George is a pseudonym for George F. Jewsbury. He is a historian and writer living in France. He is the uncle of the author Neal Stephenson.
|George, Jessica Day|
Jon George is a British author.
|George, Stephen R.|
Stephen R. George is a Canadian author of horror fiction, suspense and dark fantasy. He writes under his own name and the pseudonyms ... Read more ...
|George III, David R.|
Brittany Geragotelis, a former Olympic-bound gymnast and magazine editor, is a self-professed pop culture junkie turned author. Her paranormal action book Life’s a Witch received
Pat Gerber (1934–2006) was a Scottish writer and author mainly known for her children's books.
She wrote several children books, including: Volume
Shanna Germain claims the titles of writer, editor, leximaven, girl geek, she-devil, vorpal blonde and Schrodinger’s brat. Her short stories,
Hugo Gernsback (1884–1967), born Hugo Gernsbacher, was a Luxembourg American inventor, writer and magazine publisher, best remembered for publications that
Rob Gerrand runs the communications consultancy Gerrand & Associates. He is one of Australia's leading marketing and communications strategists, working in finance, telecommunications, the
Tess Gerritsen MD (born 1953) is a Chinese-American novelist and physician, most famous for her medically astute suspense
|Gerson, Mark David|
|Gervais, Alison |
Alison Gervais began writing at the age of five and gained recognition by posting her work on Wattpad in 2011. She graduated from Colorado State University - Pueblo with a degree in English and
Richard Gessner's fiction has been published in Air Fish: an anthology of speculative work, Rampike, Ice River, Coe Review, Another Chicago Magazine, Happy, The Act, Sein und Werden, Skidrow
|Geston, Mark S.|
Mark Symington Geston (born 1946) is an American author of science fiction and fantasy.
Nick Gevers is a South African science fiction editor and critic, whose work has appeared in The Washington Post Book World, Interzone, Scifi.com, SF Site,
|Gholson, J. S.|
J. S. Gholson is a world class seasoned traveler and writer. He graduated from George Mason University with a major in Russian & Eurasian Studies and a minor in Criminology. He’s experienced
Amitav Ghosh (born 1956), is an Indian-Bengali author known for his work in the English language.
Amitav Ghosh. Wikipedia.
Maria Giakaniki is an independent scholar and editor-in-chief of Ars Nocturna, a small publishing house in Athens that focuses on Gothic fiction. She has compiled and co-translated Gothic Tales by
Denise Giardina is the author of Storming Heaven, Emily's Ghost, and Saints and Villains, which won the Boston Book Review Prize. She is an ordained deacon in the Episcopal Church and lives in Charleston, West Virginia.
Alan Gibbons is a full-time writer and a visiting speaker and lecturer at schools, colleges and literary events nationwide, including the major book festivals. Alan has recently embarked on a
Dave Gibbons (born 1949) is an English comic book artist, writer and sometime letterer. He is best known for his collaborations with writer Alan Moore, which include the miniseries
Abigail Gibbs was born and raised in deepest, darkest Devon. She is currently studying for a BA in English at the University of Oxford and considers herself a professional student, as the
Gary Gibson is one of the UK's leading authors of hard science fiction, space opera and post-apocalyptic fiction with a career stretching over fifteen years and twelve books, including Stealing
Julia Mary Gibson was born the child of radical activist poets in the time of the Freedom Rides and the Vietnam War. She grew up to be a communard, welfare mother, waitress, secretary, visual
Marley Gibson grew up in a southern town very much like her fictional Radisson. She never saw any ghosts growing up – that she knows of – although she has been on a few ghost hunts
Sean Gibson is not a professional mini biography writer (if he were, this would be much more compelling). Instead, he’s a marketing professional by day, hangs out with his amazing wife, son, and
William Gibson (born 1948) is an American-Canadian writer who has been called the ”noir prophet” of the cyberpunk subgenre of science fiction. Gibson coined the term
Melanie Gideon was born and raised in Rhode Island. She now lives in the Bay Area with her husband and son.
|Gidney, Craig Laurance|
|Gidron, Martin J.|
Martin J. Gidron grew up in the Philadelphia area and graduated from the University of Chicago in 1991 with a B.A. in English Language and Literature. He lived in Israel for six years, returning
Adam Gidwitz grew up in Baltimore. Now he lives in Brooklyn and teaches kids large and slightly less large at Saint Ann's School. Adam only writes about what he's experienced personally. So,
Kerstin Gier (born 1966) is a German author of novels for adults and young adults.
|Gier, Scott G.|
Jennifer Giesbrecht is a native of Halifax, Nova Scotia where she earned an undergraduate degree in History, spent her formative years a professional street performer, and developed a deep and
Nick Gifford is a pseudonym of Keith Brooke.
|Gifune, Greg F.|
Greg F. Gifune (born 1963) is a critically acclaimed American horror author, the recipient of multiple Bram Stoker Award and International Horror Guild Award nominations in addition to one for the British Fantasy Award.
Colin Gigl is a graduate of Trinity College with degrees in creative writing and computer science (no, he’s not quite sure how that happened, either). He currently works at a start-up in New York and lives with his wife in New Jersey.
An active member of the Horror Writers Association and the International Thriller Writers, Peter Giglio is the author of five novels, four novellas, and his short fiction can be found in several
Zoe Gilbert is a fiction writer based in London, UK. Folk (Bloomsbury, February 2018) is her first novel. Her short stories have been published in anthologies and journals around the
|Gilchrist, R. Murray|
Jeff Giles grew up in Cohasset, Massachusetts. Most recently, he was Deputy Managing Editor of Entertainment Weekly, where he oversaw all coverage of movies and books,
|Gill, Caroline A.|
|Gill, David Macinnis|
Roy’s first novel, Daemon Parallel, was shortlisted for both the Kelpies and the Sceptre prize. A sequel, Werewolf Parallel, completes a duology that’s been praised as
|Giller, Marc D.|
Marc D. Giller lives in Florida with his wife and two children. A graduate of Texas A&M University, he has worked as a computer trainer, a television producer, and for the past four years as
|Gillespie, Jonathan C.|
Jonathan C. Gillespie has been writing genre fiction for over a decade. His stories have been published in a variety of outlets on three continents, including “The Drabblecast”,
Rachel Gillig was born and raised on the California coast. She is a writer and a teacher, with a B.A. in Literary Theory and Criticism from UC Davis. If she is not ensconced in fleece blankets
ElizaBeth Gilligan is an American fantasy author.
|Gilliland, Alexis A.|
Alexis Arnaldus Gilliland (born 1931) is an American science fiction and fantasy author. He's also a cartoonist.
|Gilliland, Raquel Vasquez|
Raquel Vasquez Gilliland is a Mexican American poet, novelist, and painter. She received an MFA in poetry from the University of Alaska, Anchorage in 2017. She’s most inspired by fog and seeds
The child of hippie adventurer parents, Anthony Gillis lived on his father's sailboat, an island off the coast of Costa Rica, a converted school bus, and a ramshackle house in Ft. Lauderdale
|Gillmore, Inez Haynes|
Inez Haynes Irwin (1873–1970) was an American feminist author, journalist, member of the National Women's Party, and president of the Authors Guild. Many of her works were published under her
|Gilman, Carolyn Ives|
Carolyn Ives Gilman is a Nebula and Hugo Award-nominated writer of science fiction and fantasy. Her novels include Halfway Human and the two-volume novel Isles of the Forsaken and
|Gilman, Charlotte Perkins|
Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860–1935) was a prominent American sociologist, novelist, writer of short stories, poetry, and nonfiction, and a lecturer for social reform. She was a utopian feminist
Felix Gilman (born 1974) is an American author. Thunderer is his first novel.
Greer Gilman is the author of the novel Moonwise, which won the Crawford Award and was shortlisted for the James Tiptree, Jr. and Mythopoeic awards, as well as of the World
|Gilman, Laura Anne|
Sarah Gilman started her first novel in third grade. She never finished that story, but never gave up the dream. Her fascination with wings also began at that age, when images of the ancient
Jane Gilmartin has been a news reporter and editor for several small-town weekly papers and enjoyed a brief but exciting stint as a rock music journalist. A bucket list review just before she
Anthony Gilmore is a pen name of Harry Bates.
|Gilmore, Ford Lytle|
Maeve Gilmore (1917-83) was a writer and painter. She married Mervyn Peake in 1937. She is the author of A World Away: Memoir of Mervyn Peake.
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|Giroux, Jr., Leo|
Jenn Givhan, a National Endowment for the Arts and PEN/Rosenthal Emerging Voices fellow, is a Mexican-American writer and activist from the Southwestern desert.
She is the author of four
Max Gladstone went to Yale, where he wrote a short story that became a finalist in the Writers of the Future competition. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
As penance for past deeds, Edmund Glasby grew up in Morecambe and studied Egyptian Archaeology at University College London and Archaeology and Anthropology at Oxford - Morecambe, which has more
Mechthild Gläser is an award-winning author in her native Germany. The Book Jumper was her first book to be translated into English.
Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow (1873–1945) was a Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist who portrayed the changing world of the contemporary South.
Ellen Glasgow. Wikipedia.
Cate Glass is the pseudonym of Carol Berg.
Cate Glass was born and raised in Texas, and now resides in the foothills of the Colorado Rockies with her husband and three sons.
Isabel Glass is a pseudonym of Lisa Goldstein.
|Glass, James C.|
Jenna Glass wrote her first book - an "autobiography" - when she was in the fifth grade. She began writing in earnest while in college and proceeded to collect a dizzying array of rejections for
Born in London Peter wrote his first short story when he was thirteen. His father told him it was rubbish, which it was. However the writing bug had seized him and he wanted to be a published
Thomas Glavinic (born 1972) is an Austrian writer. With Kathrin Röggla and Daniel Kehlmann, he is among other young Austrian authors being perceived as significantly shaping the literary
Colleen Gleason is an American writer. She lives near Ann Arbor, Michigan with her husband and children. She has a degree in English and a MBA from the University of Michigan. She started writing
|Gledson, Charlotte Emma|
|Glenn, Brent L.|
|Glenn, Teel James|
Eleanor Glewwe is a lover of languages, an avid cellist, and a recent graduate of Swarthmore College. Sparkers is her first novel, a project she began when she was in high school. She lives in Minneapolis.
Debi Gliori (born 1959) is a Scottish author and illustrator of children's books.
Allegedly born, Xeno Glitz was the blighted spawn of Toil and Want. Emerging from the ravaged wasteland of scornful disregard with none but tenacious conviction and gritty determination as his
Molly Gloss is a fourth-generation Oregonian who lives in Portland.
Her novel The Jump-Off Creek was a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award for American Fiction, and a winner of
Nicole Glover works as a UX Researcher. A bike commuter and running enthusiast, she enjoys baking and figuring out what book to read next. The Conductors is her debut novel.
Dmitry Glukhovsky is a Journalism and Foreign Relations graduate of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He won the Encouragement Award of the European Science Fiction Society in 2007. In addition
|Glut, Donald F.|
Donald F. Glut (born 1944) is an American writer, motion picture director, screenwriter, amateur paleontologist, musician and actor. He is perhaps best known for writing the novelization of the
|Glynn, A. A.|
A. A. Glynn has used these pseudonyms: Tony Glynn and John E. Muller.
Connie Glynn has always loved writing, and wrote her first story when she was six with her mum at a typewriter acting as the scribe. She also discovered a love of performing from a young age and
|Glynn, Mary Ann|
|Goddard, Richard E.|
Margaret Rumer Godden OBE (1907–1998) was an English author of over 60 fiction and nonfiction books written under the name of
Daniel Godfrey has had several short stories published, including in My Weekly and Writers’ Forum, and is a dedicated reader of SF and historical
Shea Godfrey is an artist and writer working and living in the Midwest. While her formal education is in journalism and photography, she has spent most of her career thus far in 3D Animation and Design.
|Godwin, D. A.|
David A. Godwin was born in Tennessee, during a simpler era when daydreaming was still allowed. Though successful in a number of more practical pursuits he prefers to spend his time exploring
Francis Godwin (1562–1633) was an English divine, Bishop of Llandaff and of Hereford.
Francis Godwin. Wikipedia.
Parke Godwin (born 1929) is an American author.
Tara Goedjen grew up in the South and has a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Alabama. She's lived on the island of Guam, the coast of Australia, and all across the US, and she's currently
|Goeglein, T. M.|
Ted (T.M.) Goeglein is the author of the Young Adult Cold Fury series from G.P. Putnam’s Sons/Penguin. Cold Fury was published in July ‘12 and the second installment,
Ari Goelman is the author of the middle-grade novel The Path of Names. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, with his family.
|Going, K. L.|
Kelly Louise Going (born 1973), known by her byline KL Going, is an American author most widely known for her Michael L. Printz Award Honor winning Young Adult novel Fat Kid Rules the World.
K. L. Going. Wikipedia.
Namita Gokhale (born 1956) is an Indian writer.
Namita Gokhale. Wikipedia.
|Gold, H. L.|
Horace Leonard Gold (1914–1996) was a science fiction writer and editor.
|Goldberg, D. G. K.|
Che Golden spent her childhood between Blarney, Co Cork and London. She is a graduate of the Bath Spa Creative Writing course and worked for a number of years as a journalist and senior
Christie Golden (born 1963) is an award winning author who lives in Denver, Colorado, United States.
She also writes under the pseudonym of Jadrien Bell.
Raya Golden was born in New York City, and has slowly made her way westward across the United States. She graduated from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, focusing on traditional and
|Goldenberg, John Stuart|
Stephen Charles Goldin (born 1947) is an American science fiction and fantasy author.
Stephen Goldin. Wikipedia.
Sir William Gerald Golding (1911–1993) was a British novelist, poet, playwright and Nobel Prize for Literature laureate, best known for his novel Lord of
William Goldman (1931-2018) was an American novelist, playwright, and screenwriter. He first came to prominence in the 1950s as a novelist, before turning to screenwriting. He won two Academy
Arlene Golds is a resident of Riverside, California, where she has lived with her husband and two children since 1985. She was first introduced to fantasy and science fiction when she was
Lisa Goldstein is a Nebula, Hugo, and World Fantasy Award nominated fantasy and science fiction writer. Her 1982 novel The Red Magician won the American Book Award for best paperback novel. Her
Lori Goldstein was born into an Italian-Irish family and raised in a small town on the New Jersey shore. A former journalist, she currently lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with her husband.
|Golemon, David L.|
David L. Golemon makes his home in New York.
Agnes is a speaker and writer based in Atlanta, Georgia, where she lives with her husband and son. Homegrown in the Sunshine State, Agnes studied English Literature at the University of Florida
Chloe Gong is a student at the University of Pennsylvania, studying English and international relations. During her breaks, she’s either at home in New Zealand or visiting her many relatives in
|Gonzalez, Christina Diaz|
|Gonzalez, J. F.|
Jesus F. Gonzalez is best known as an author, primarily of horror fiction (writing under the pseudonym J. F. Gonzalez). He has written many notable novels and has done collaborations with Bram
|Gonzalez, Michael Paul|
Michael Paul Gonzalez lives and writes in Los Angeles. He is the editor at ThunderDomeMag.com, an online lit zine and small press. He is at work on his next novel as you read this. Seriously.
|Gooden, Nathan C.|
Cody Goodfellow has written five novels and three collections. He wrote, co-produced, and scored the short Lovecraftian hygiene film Stay at Home Dad, which can be viewed on YouTube. He is
Terry Goodkind (1948–2020) was an American writer. He was known for the epic fantasy series The Sword of Truth as well as the contemporary suspense novel The Law of Nines
Ellen Goodlett is the author of several science fiction short stories, a comic book collaborator, and young adult novelist. A former
|Goodman, A. D.|
A pseudonym of Aaron Gudmundson.
Alison Goodman (born 1966) is an Australian author.
Carol Goodman is the author of The Lake of Dead Languages, The Seduction of Water, The Drowning Tree, The Ghost Orchid, The Sonnet Lover, and The
|Goodman, David A.|
David A. Goodman has spent the last 26 years writing for television. His credits include The Golden Girls, Star Trek: Enterprise, Futurama (where he wrote the Nebula Award nominated Star Trek
|Goodwater, W. L.|
Harriet Goodwin read medieval English at Oxford University before training as a professional singer. She sang and toured with a number of acclaimed ensembles, and after the birth of her fourth
|Goonan, Kathleen Ann|
Kathleen Ann Goonan (born 1952) is an American science fiction writer. Several of her books have been nominated for the Nebula Award. Her debut novel Queen City Jazz was a New York Times
|Gopez, Julius M.|
Adam Gopnik (born 1956) is an American writer, essayist and commentator. He is best known as a staff writer for The New Yorker – to which he has
Alex Gordon, author of the supernatural thriller Gideon, was born in the Northeast, grew up in the South, and now resides in the Midwest. She is currently developing another
|Gordon, Andrew Q.|
Frances Gordon is a pseudonym of Bridget Wood.
Jay Gordon was born in New York. He worked as a business programmer before becoming a network management specialist. In New Jersey he founded an independent consulting firm building corporate
John (Jack) William Gordon (19 November 1925 – 20 November 2017) was an English writer of young-adult supernatural fiction. He wrote sixteen fantasy novels including The Giant Under the Snow,
Richard Alexander Steuart Gordon (1947–2009) was a Scottish author born in Banff, Scotland who wrote numerous science fiction novels, encyclopedias, and travel guides. Gordon's novels are
Ed Gorman (born 1941) is an award winning American author best known for his crime and mystery fiction.
He has written under several pseudonyms including E. J. Gorman and ... Read more ...
Genevieve Gornichec earned her degree in history from The Ohio State University, but she got as close to majoring in Vikings as she possibly could, and her study of the Norse myths and Icelandic
Angélica Gorodischer (born 1928) is an Argentine author.
Angélica Gorodischer. Wikipedia.
Gary Goshgarian is a pseudonym of Gary Braver.
|Gosling, C. J.|
James Goss has written three Torchwood novels, a Doctor Who novel and two radio plays. He won Best Audiobook 2010 and his books Dead of Winter and First Born were both nominated
Theodora Goss is a Hungarian American writer of fantasy short stories. Her stories have been nominated for major awards: "Pip and the Fairies" for the Nebula Award in 2007, and "The Wings of
Phyllis Fay Gotlieb (1926–2009) was a Canadian science fiction novelist and poet.
The Sunburst Award is named for Phyllis Gotlieb's first novel,
|Goto, C. S.|
Hiromi Goto (born 1966) is a Canadian novelist.
Born in Chiba Prefecture, Japan, her family emigrated to Canada in 1969, settling in British Columbia. She
|Gotschalk, Felix C.|
Felix C. Gotschalk (1929-2002) was an American science fiction writer with a distinct, idiosyncratic style, his work marked by energetic exploration of social and sexual taboos. He was also
|Goudsward, Scott T.|
Scott T. Goudsward is the author of numerous short stories, screen plays and novels. He has had an avid interest in the horror genre since seeing the horror classic, Friday the 13th,
Julian Gough is the author of Juno & Juliet, Jude: Level 1, and Jude in London, as well as of the end poem for the hugely popular game Minecraft. He lives in Berlin.
Ron Goulart (born 1933) is an American popular culture historian and mystery, fantasy and science fiction author.
The prolific Goulart wrote many novelizations and other routine work under
Courtney Gould writes books about queer girls, ghosts, and things that go bump in the night. She graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing
Steven Charles Gould (born 1955) is a science fiction author. He is married to science fiction author Laura J. Mixon.
Laurie Goulding was born in London, grew up in Burton-upon-Trent, and then experienced a slight regression in Winchester before finally settling in Nottingham. As the original director of Black
Leopoldo Gout is a producer, director, graphic novelist, writer, and composer. He is currently producing an animated film with NBC and Curious Pictures. He lives in New York City. Ghost Radio is his first novel.
Kailin Gow is the author of over 40 books. She is also an adventurer, having traveled all over the world, conducting research, and collecting stories. Some of the more interesting places she's been
|Gowar, Imogen Hermes|
Imogen studied Archaeology, Anthropology and Art History at UEA’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts before going on to work in museums. She began to write small pieces of fiction inspired by the
Barbara Gowdy, CM (born 1950) is a Canadian novelist and short story writer. Born in Windsor, Ontario, she is the long-time partner of poet Christopher Dewdney and resides in Toronto.
Barbara Gowdy. Wikipedia.
|Gower, Daniel H.|
|Gower, Jasmine |
Jasmine Gower is from Portland, Oregon, where she studied English literature at Portland State University. Since then, she has balanced writing with various office jobs which served as inspiration
|Goyer, David S.|
David S. Goyer is a screenwriter, film director and comic book writer. His screenplays include: Doctor Strange, Ghost Rider,The Flash, and the recent Batman films. Michael Cassutt is a TV
Guido Gustavo Gozzano (1883-1916) was an Italian poet and writer.
Guido Gozzano. Wikipedia.
Deborah Grabien is a musician and the author of many adult novels. She has written several mystery novels. She lives in San Francisco, California, with her husband, a fellow musician. The pair
Stefan Grabinski (1887–1936) was a Polish writer of horror fiction, sometimes called "the Polish Poe".
Grabinski worked as teacher in Lwów and
Adalyn Grace graduated Summa Cum Laude when she was 19-years-old. She spent four years working in live theater, and acted as the managing editor of a nonprofit newspaper. During and after college,
An author with a love for fantasy and a heart to inspire others to chase their dreams.
Currently, Jeyna is a content strategist in a digital agency. Prior to this move, she spent over four
Sable Grace is the writing team of Heather Waters and Laura Barone, long-time critique partners and friends who came together by fluke to discover their voices fit together quite nicely during
Joey Graceffa is one of the leading content creators and actors on YouTube. His memoir, In Real Life: My Journey to a Pixelated World, was published in 2015 and became an
Julien Gracq (1910–2007), born Louis Poirier in Saint-Florent-le-Vieil, in the French département of Maine-et-Loire, was a French writer. He wrote novels, critiques, a play,
|Graf, L. A.|
Lisa Graff is an award-winning novelist. She has an MFA from The New School in writing for children and is an adjunct professor at McDaniel College. She lives in New York City.
Evan Graham has a Bachelor's degree in Education Studies from Kent State University, where he triple-minored in English, Writing, and Theatre. He currently lives in rural Middlefield, Ohio and is
New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Heather Graham majored in theater arts at the University of South Florida. After a stint of several years in dinner theater, back-up vocals, and
Ian Graham lives in Bury, Lancashire, where he works as a bookseller.
Jo Graham lives in Maryland with her family, and has worked in politics for many years. Black Ships is her debut novel.
|Graham, L. B.|
Mitchell Graham in an American fantasy and mystery author. Links Mitchell Graham's Official Website.
Robert Graham is a pseudonym of Joe Haldeman.
Kenneth Grahame was born 1859 and died 1932. He was a Scottish author. His best known book is The Wind in the Willows.
Seth Grahame-Smith is a film and television writer/producer, semi-frequent blogger, and bestselling author. His first novel, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, debuted at #3 on the
Charles A. Gramlich (born 1958), is an American writer best known for combining science fiction and horror in his works.
Charles Gramlich. Wikipedia.
|Granberry, M. T.|
|Grant, Charles L.|
Charles Lewis Grant (1942–2006) was an American author, who specialized in what he called "dark fantasy" and "quiet horror". He also wrote under the pseudonyms of Geoffrey Marsh, Lionel Fenn, Simon Lake, Felicia Andrews and Deborah Lewis.
|Grant, Donald M.|
Donald Metcalf Grant (1927–2009) was an American publisher.
Donald M. Grant. Wikipedia.
>Helen Grant was born in London, but has lived in Spain, Germany and Belgium. Her first novel, The Vanishing of Katharina Linden, won an ALA Alex Award in the US and was shortlisted
|Grant, John Linwood|
Kathryn Grant is a pseudonym of Kathryn Ptacek.
Kelley Grant grew up in the hills of Ohio’s Amish country. Her best friends were the books she read, stories she created and the forest and fields that inspired her. She and her husband
Kester (Kit) Grant is a British-Mauritian writer of color who has lived all over the world: Mauritius, Democratic Republic of the Congo, England, USA, and France. She has worked as a copywriter and
Mark Grant is a pseudonym of David Bischoff.
Michael Grant is the cocreator and coauthor of the series of books and publishing phenomenon Animorphs and the Everworld series. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, with his wife, K. A. Applegate, and their two children.
A pseudonym of Seanan McGuire.
Sara Grant was born and raised in Washington, Indiana, a small town in the Midwestern United States. She graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, with degrees
|Grant, Steve S.|
Steve's love story with fantasy and Sci Fi goes way back to childhood, where his passion for comic books eventually evolved to novels. After being chief editor of a high school newspaper, he
Taylor Grant is a Bram Stoker Award Nominated Author, professional screenwriter, award-winning filmmaker and multiple award-winning copywriter. His work has been seen on network television, the
Tessa Gratton has wanted to be a paleontologist or a wizard since she was seven. She was too impatient to hunt dinosaurs, but is still searching for someone to teach her magic. After traveling
|Grau, T. E.|
Ryan Graudin was born in Charleston, SC with a severe case of wanderlust. When she's not traveling, she's busy photographing weddings, writing, and spending time with her husband and wolf-dog.
|Graversen, Paul Erik|
|Graves, C. C.|
Judith Graves reads as much as she writes, devouring at least two books a week. She loves heated debates over character motives... she's been kicked out of several book clubs for just this
Keith Graves is the author and/or illustrator of many picture books. His own children, thirteen-year-old twins (a boy and a girl) inspired him to write The Orphan of Awkward Falls.
Rain Graves is a Bram Stoker Award (2002) winning poet and writer currently living in San Francisco with one large black cat, and one small white cat. She has been published in the horror
|Gray, Linda Crockett|
Amanda Gray is a team of two bestselling authors who live only miles apart but have never met in person. Between them, they have written more than a dozen novels and novellas and have had their work appear on television. They live in New York City.
Amy Gray is a writer, photographer, and amateur vampirologist who has been fascinated with vampires, spooky art and literature, and the supernatural since early childhood. She lives in
|Gray, Andrew Neil|
Claudia Gray is the pseudonym of Amy Vincent. She is the author of Star Wars: Lost Stars, as well as A Thousand Pieces of You and the Evernight and Spellcaster series.
Julia Gray is a pseudonym used by the husband and wife writing team of Mark and Julia Smith, who have also written books under the pseudonym of Jonathan Wylie.
Julia Gray is a writer and singer-songwriter. She studied Classics at UCL and has a diploma in Children's Literature and an MA in Creative Writing from Birkbeck, for which she received the Sophie
Muriel Gray (born 1958) is a Scottish journalist and broadcaster.
Muriel Gray. Wikipedia.
|Gray, R. Garland|
A gifted storyteller, R. Garland Gray beckons readers into her unique worlds, weaving passionate, compelling tales that entertain and escape the ordinary.
Born and raised in a closely-knit
|Gray, T. M.|
T. M. Gray (born 1963) is an American horror author of many short stories, several novels and a nonfiction book on ghost hunting. Gray lives in Birch Harbor, Maine and
Thomas Greanias is the New York Times bestselling author of the Raising Atlantis, Dominium Dei and The Alignment series of international conspiracy
|Greathouse, J. T.|
J.T. Greathouse has been writing fantasy and science fiction since he was eleven years old. He holds a BA in history and philosophy with a minor in Asian studies as well as a Master's in Teaching
Paul Greci has lived and worked in Alaska for over twenty-five years as a field biology technician in remote wilderness areas, a teacher and backpacking trip leader for teens, and a naturalist for
|Green, Chris Marie|
Chris Marie Green is a former schoolteacher turned fulltime writer. She enjoys yoga and fangirl movies and TV program analysis, and also writes under the name Crystal Green.
Emma Geen’s fiction draws on her background in psychology and philosophy. She is studying for a Ph.D. in creative writing at Bath Spa University, where she won the 2012 Janklow &
Evie Green is a pseudonym for a British author who has written professionally for her entire adult life. She lives by the sea in England with her husband, children, and guinea pigs, and loves writing in the very early morning, fueled by coffee.
Hank Green Hank Green is the CEO of Complexly, a production company that creates educational content, including Crash Course and SciShow, prompting ... Read more ...
Ian Green is a fantasy writer born in Aberdeen, Scotland, currently based out of Algiers. He has a PhD in clinical epigenetics from Imperial College London. His short fiction has been widely
Jonathan Green is a writer of speculative fiction with more than sixty books to his name. He has written everything from Fighting Fantasy gamebooks to Doctor Who novels, by way of
|Green, Joseph E.|
Joseph Green is a young Yorkshireman from a small, ex-mining town called Thorne, located in Doncaster. After graduating university in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film & Television
|Green, Joseph L.|
Joseph L. Green (born 1931) is an American science fiction author and a charter member of the Science Fiction Writers of America. He is a prolific short story
Nick Green grew up in the south east of England, but eventually escaped to study in Edinburgh, where he spent more time writing than studying.
He now lives in Hertford, where he spends more
Paul Green is a freelance writer, author, and has been an independent computer consultant for more than 30 years.
After having spent a lifetime imagining wondrous and fantastical stories
Risa Green is the author of the YA series The Secret Society of the Pink Crystal Ball, as well as the critically acclaimed adult novels, Notes from the Underbelly and Tales
|Green, Roger Lancelyn|
Roger Lancelyn Green (1918–1987) was a British biographer and children's
|Green, Roland J.|
Roland James Green (born 1944) in Bradford, Pennsylvania, is an American science fiction and fantasy writer and editor. He has written books as Roland Green and Roland J. Green, and is one of the
Sally Green lives in northwest England. She has had various jobs and even a profession, but in 2010 she discovered a love of writing and now just can’t stop. She used
|Green, Simon R.|
Simon Richard Green (born 1955) is a British science fiction and fantasy author. He holds a degree in Modern English and American Literature from the University of Leicester. He began his writing
|Green, Terence M.|
Louis Greenberg is a renowned writer in his own right, having been shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers Prize for his debut novel The Beggars' Signwriters (Umuzi, 2007), but is
|Greenberg, Martin H.|
In the 3rd grade a teacher once asked Kris what she wanted to be when she grew up, to which she responded "A witch." Growing up under not so pleasant conditions she often depended on her
|Greene, R. W. W.|
R.W.W. Greene is a New Hampshire USA writer with an MA in Fine Arts, which he exorcises in dive bars and coffee shops. He is a frequent panelist at the Boskone Science Fiction and Fantasy
|Greenfeld, Karl Taro|
|Greenfield, Amy Butler|
Amy Butler Greenfield made her YA debut with Chantress, followed by Chantress Alchemy and Chantress Fury. Originally from the Adirondacks, Amy lives with her husband and daughter in England.
Terry Greenhough (1944–2002) was a British author. He also wrote under the pseudonym of Andrew Lester.
Colin Greenland (born 1954) is a British science fiction writer. His partner is writer Susanna Clarke, with whom he has lived since 1996.
Photo: Patrick Nielsen Hayden. Source: Wikimedia Commons.
William Greenleaf (born 1948) is an American author.
Gayle Greeno (born 1949) is an American science fiction and fantasy author. She is best known for her science fantasy series
Arin Greenwood is an animal writer and former lawyer living in St. Petersburg, Florida, with her husband, Ray; their dog, Murray; and their cats, Elf and Jack. Arin was animal welfare editor for
Ed Greenwood is known for his role in creating the Forgotten Realms setting, part of the world-famous Dungeons and Dragons franchise. His writings have sold millions of copies
Kerry Greenwood (born 1954) is a solicitor from Melbourne, Australia. She is also the author of many plays and books, most notably a string of historical detective novels centred on the
Percy Greg (1836–1889), son of William Rathbone Greg, was an English writer.
Percy Greg, like his father, wrote about politics, but his views were violently reactionary: his
|Gregorian, Joyce Ballou|
Joyce Ballou Gregorian Hampshire (1946–1991) was an author, expert on Oriental rugs, and lover of Arabian horses.
Joyce Ballou Gregorian. Wikipedia.
Daryl Gregory's first novel, Pandemonium, was published in 2008 and won the 2009 Crawford Award, given each year by critics and scholars of the fantasy field to "an oustanding new
|Gregory, H. B.|
Stephen Gregory is a former Hollywood screenwriter who has worked with director William Freidkin, among others. A Welsh writer, he was born in Derby, England and gained a law degree from the
|Gresh, Lois H.|
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
|Gresham, William Lindsay|
William Lindsay Gresham (1909-1962) was an American novelist and non-fiction author particularly regarded among readers of noir. His best-known work is
|Gressman, Thomas S.|
|Grey, C. R.|
C. R. Grey was born in a house on a pier in Maine - literally on the ocean. She grew up in Memphis, Tennessee, then received her BA in Theater from SUNY New Paltz and her MFA in Fiction from
Charles Grey is a pseudonym of E. C. Tubb.
|Grey, Elorin Leighton|
Little is known of the mysterious Jacob Grey. He is said to live in a big city in the USA, where he wanders the streets at night dreaming up his dark and twisted tales. He has a deep love of
Melissa Grey penned her first short story at the age of twelve and hasn't stopped writing since. As an undergrad at Yale, she learned how to ride a horse and shoot a bow and arrow at the same time,
Orrin Grey is a writer, editor, amateur film scholar, and monster expert who was born on the night before Halloween. His stories of monsters, ghosts, and sometimes the ghosts of monsters have
|Grey, S. L.|
Sarah Lotz and Louis Greenberg met in a pub while bunking a crime seminar and, as one does at pubs, discovered a mutual interest in horror. Sarah, a crime novelist and screenwriter, was a
|Grey-Sun, Harambee K.|
|Greylock , T. L.|
T. L. Greylock is the author of The Song of the Ash Tree trilogy, consisting of The Blood-Tainted Winter, The Hills of Home, and Already Comes
John R. Gribbin (born 1946) is a British science writer and a visiting Fellow in astronomy at the University of Sussex.
Volsted Gridban is a pseudonym of E. C. Tubb (along with John Russell Fearn).
Adele Griffen is the acclaimed author of many books for young readers, including Sons of Liberty and Where I Want to Be, both National Book Award finalists. She is also the author
Alexander Griffin is the author of numerous short stories nd fiction novels of supernatural, science fiction, and horror.
Bethany Griffin is an American author. She has been an avid reader since her childhood and wrote her first book in first grade. Her debut novel, Handcuffs, was published in 2008.
Her website can be found here.
Kate Griffin is the name under which Carnegie Medal-nominated author, Catherine
Michael Griffin has lived in Portland almost his entire life, even before it was the coolest American city. He’s worked over 23 years in a factory that cuts huge chunks of steel into
|Griffin, P. M.|
|Griffin, Peni R.|
Rachel Griffin lives just outside of Seattle with her husband and dog, Doppler. She was fortunate enough to witness the 2017 total solar eclipse and became a certified weather spotter for the
|Griffin, Russell M.|
|Griffin, Sarah Maria|
Sarah Maria Griffin lives in Dublin, Ireland, in a small red brick house by the sea, with her husband and cat. She writes about monsters, growing up, and everything those two things have in common.
Susan and Clay Griffith are a husband and wife team who have written the original Vampire Empire fantasy series for Pyr Books, as well as the tie-in Crown & Key series for Random House. They've
George Griffith (1857–1906), full name George Chetwyn Griffith-Jones, was a prolific British science fiction writer and noted explorer who wrote during the
|Griffith, Kathryn Meyer|
Nicola Griffith is the author of the novels Ammonite, Slow River, The Blue Place, Stay, Always, So Lucky, and Hild as well as the
Susan and Clay Griffith are a husband and wife team who have written the original Vampire Empire fantasy series for Pyr Books, as well as the tie-in Crown & Key series for Random House. They've
After years of writing plays, doing some acting and singing, graduating from NYU with honors, moving from one small apartment to another in New York, Michael Griffo finally found his niche. Author.
Sean Grigsby is a professional firefighter in central Arkansas, where he writes about lasers, aliens, and guitar battles with the Devil when he’s not fighting dragons.
A native of France and a lifelong fantasy enthusiast who numbers Jack Vance, Fritz Leiber, and Michael Moorcock among his heroes, Pierre Grimbert has been awarded the Prix Ozone, for best French
Linda Grimes is a former English teacher and ex-actress now channeling her love of words and drama into writing. She grew up in Texas and currently resides in northern Virginia with her husband.
Shaunta Grimes has worked as a substitute teacher, a newspaper reporter, a drug court counselor, and a vintage clothing seller. No matter which direction she strays, however, she always comes back
Gris Grimly is a filmmaker, fine artist, and children's book illustrator. Some of his titles include Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Mystery and Madness and Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Death
|Grimm, Jacob & Wilhelm|
The Brothers Grimm (German: Brüder Grimm), Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, were German brothers, who collected folk tales and fairy tales.
Jonathan Grimm is an author and award winning portrait artist who has lived in Sacramento, California for most of his life. He enjoys reading and his home is filled to the brim with books. His work
Jim Grimsley (born 1955) is an American novelist and playwright.
David Grimstone is a pseudonym of David Lee Stone.
|Grimwood, Jon Courtenay|
Jon Courtenay Grimwood is a British science fiction author.
Kenneth Milton Grimwood (1944–2003) was an American author.
Ken Grimwood. Wikipedia.
Suffolk-born Terry Grimwood started his working life as an electrician and is now a college lecturer, having travelled full-circle from doing the job to teaching it (which he prefers). Along
Kit Grindstaff was born near London, England. She now lives with her husband in Pennsylvania.
David Grinnell is a pseudonym of Donald A. Wollheim.
|Grintalis, Damien Walters|
A pseudonym of Damien Angelica Walters.
James Grippando (born 1958) is an American novelist and lawyer.
James Grippando. Wikipedia.
Ben Gribbin first fell in love with the sea when he was born in Brighton in 1976. Fascinated by fantasy and still in love with the sea, he uses these as major themes in his writing,
|Groell, Anne Lesley|
Lauren Groff (born 1978) is an American novelist and short story writer.
Steve Groll has written and published his first novel, Beyond the Dead Forest. Groll has worked with children and families for over 40 years. Steve's goal is to write suspenseful adventures that
|Gropp, Richard E.|
|Grosjean, Amber Rigby|
Dave Gross is the author of the Radovan & the count novels for Pathfinder Tales, including Prince of Wolves, Master of Devils, Queen of Thorns, King of Chaos, and Lord of Runes. After
Lieutenant Colonel Dave Grossman is an author who has specialized in the study of the psychology of killing, which has been termed "killology".
Dave Grossman. Wikipedia.
David Grossman (born 1954) is an Israeli author of fiction, nonfiction, and youth and children's literature. His books have been translated into numerous languages. Grossman has been presented with
Leb Grossman is a senior writer and book critic for Time magazine and author of the international bestselling novel Codex. Grossman holds degrees in comparative literature from Harvard and Yale. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.
|Grove, S. E.|
In her own words:
"My first book was a work of unapologetic plagiarism. I must have been about six, and I loved a children’s book (which I still have) about a mouse named Molly who
Vicki Grove lives in a 100-year-old farmhouse on a few acres of land outside of Ionia, Missouri (pop. 118). Her son and daughter, Michael and J.D., attend college, and her husband Mike is a
Jeff Grubb (born 1957) is an author and game designer. He has worked on a number of computer and role-playing games and has written a
Camilla Grudova lives in Toronto. She holds a degree in Art History and German from McGill University, Montreal. Her fiction has appeared in The White Review and Granta.
Stephan Grundy (born 1967) is an American author. Being versed in particularly the Germanic mythology and cultural history, Grundy is known best for his modern adaptations of legendary sagas. Some
|Gryphon, A. W.|
Rick Gualtieri lives alone in central New Jersey with only his wife, three kids, and countless pets to both keep him company and constantly plot against him. When he’s not busy
Geoffrey Gudgion lives with his wife in the Chiltern Hills between London and Oxford. When not writing or consulting, he’s also a keen horseman and a very bad pianist. Both of
Aaron Gudmunson lives and writes in the Chicagoland area. He has worked as a contributing writer and columnist for several newspapers and magazines. His fiction and essays have been published
Paul Guernsey is an author, editor, and college instructor. His first novel, Unhallowed Ground, was a finalist for the PEN Nelson Algren Fiction Award. When not writing, Guernsey
|Guest, Darren J.|
Diane Guest (born 1939) is an American author.
Elizabeth Guest is a pseudonym of the romance author Suzanne Simmons.
Maurissa Guibord is an American author.
|Guignard, Eric J.|
Eric J. Guignard is a writer and editor of dark and speculative fiction, operating from the shadowy outskirts of Los Angeles. He's won the Bram Stoker Award, been a finalist for the International
Kevin Guilfoile (born 1968) is an American novelist, essayist and humorist.
Kevin Guilfoile. Wikipedia.
Wyman Woods Guin (1915–1989) was an American pharmacologist and advertising executive. He wrote several short stories, but only one novel.
Wyman Guin. Wikipedia.
|Guler, Kathleen Cunningham|
David Gullen was born in South Africa. Three years later King Neptune baptised him at the equator when his parents returned to England.
His novel, Shopocalypse, a near-future story of
Extinction Biome: Invasion
Eileen Gunn (born 1945) is a science fiction author and editor based in Seattle, Washington, who began publishing in 1978.
Her story "Coming to Terms",
James Edwin Gunn (born 1923) is the author of 38 books, including The Joy Makers, Kampus, The Dreamers, and The Immortals.
Val Gunn is the author of A Resonance of Shadows and Six Months to Live. He lives in Rosemary Beach, Florida.
|Gunnells, Mark Allan|
Mark Allan Gunnells is thirty-six years old and holds a degree in English and Psychology. He is the author of the chapbook A Laymon Kind of Night and the upcoming Whisonant
Paula Guran is senior editor for Prime Books. She edited the Juno fantasy imprint from its small press inception through its incarnation as an imprint of Pocket Books. Guran edits the annual
Jason Gurley is the author of Greatfall, The Man Who Ended the World, and other novels and stories. His bestselling self-published novel Eleanor is forthcoming from Crown
Scott Gustafson is an illustrator whose most recent book is Favorite Nursery Rhymes from Mother Goose. He has also illustrated Classic Fairy Tales, Alphabet Soup and Peter Pan. Eddie is his first novel. He lives in Chicago.
Justin Gustainis is a college professor living in upstate New York. He is the author of the novel The Hades Project (2003), as well as a number of short stories. In his misspent
Ben Guterson was born and raised in Seattle. Before working at Microsoft as a program manager, Ben spent a decade teaching public school on the Navajo Reservation in New Mexico and in rural
John Gwynne studied and lectured at Brighton University. He’s been in a rock ‘n’ roll band, playing the double bass, travelled the USA and lived in Canada for a time.
Ernest Gary Gygax (1938–2008) was an American writer and game designer, best known for co-creating the pioneering role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) with