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|Haaf, Beverly T.|
Lia Habel was born in Jamestown, NY – as far as it’s physically possible to get from New York City and still be in the same state, and official spooky abandoned farmhouse
Violet Haberdasher is a pseudonym of Robyn Schneider.
On the day Auston Habershaw was born, Skylab fell from space. When he learned of this as a small boy, it pretty much sealed his authorial fate.
After over a decade's worth of odd
|Hachem, A. C.|
A.C. Hachem is a science fiction author from Los Angeles, California. His influences include the work of Isaac Asimov, Philip K. Dick, The Wachowskis, George Lucas, Stan Lee, and many others. A
|Hackwith, A. J.|
A. J. Hackwith is (almost) certainly not an ink witch in a hoodie. She's a queer writer of fantasy and science fiction living in Seattle, and writes sci-fi romance as Ada Harper. She is a graduate
|Haddix, Margaret Peterson|
Margaret Peterson Haddix is the author of many critically and popularly acclaimed YA and middle grade novels, including The Missing series and the Shadow Children series. A graduate of Miami
Nancy Haddock, a former speech pathologist and high school teacher, lives in St. Augustine, Florida, with her family. La Vida Vampire is her first novel.
Mark Haddon (born 1962) is an English novelist and poet, best known for his 2003 novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
Mark Haddon. Wikipedia.
David Hagberg is an American novelist best known for his techno-thrillers featuring super-spy Kirk McGarvey. Hagberg has also written numerous thrillers under the pseudonym Sean Flannery. Hagberg's
Bethany Hagen (www.bethanyhagen.com) was born and raised in Kansas City. She grew up reading Charlotte Brontë,
George Hagen is the author of two novels for adults: The Laments, a Washington Post bestseller and recipient of the William Saroyan International Prize for writing, which
Mandy Hager is an award-winning writer and educator based in Wellington, New Zealand. She has a drive to tell stories that matter-direct, powerful stories with something to say. She won the
|Haggard, H. Rider|
Sir Henry Rider Haggard (22 June 1856 – 14 May 1925) was an English writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations, predominantly Africa, and a founder of the Lost World literary genre.
|Hague, G. M.|
G. M. Hague (born 1959) is an Australian author, who also writes as Graeme Hague.
|Hahn, Mary Downing|
Mary Downing Hahn (born 1937) is an award winning American author of young adult novels.
Rebecca Hahn grew up in Iowa, attended college in Minnesota, and soon afterward moved to New York City, where she worked as an editorial assistant and wrote A Creature of Moonlight on
Steve Hahn is a pseudonym of Stephen Robinett.
Julie Hahnke is a graduate of Dartmouth College. Her career spans high tech development, investment finance, and management consulting in marketing strategies. She's written extensively on
lsidore Haiblum (born 1935) is an American author, who has written thirteen science fiction novels.
Francesca Haig is a novelist, poet, and academic. She grew up in Tasmania, gained her PhD from the University of Melbourne, and was a senior lecturer at the University of Chester. The Fire Sermon,
Matt Haig is a novelist and writer, born in 1975 in Sheffield, UK. He has written for The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Independent, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Face.
Terence Haile (1921-1979) is a British author of two science fiction novels.
Arthur Hailey (1920–2004) was a British/Canadian novelist.
Arthur Hailey. Wikipedia.
|Hails, Ian McAuley|
Paul Haines (1970 -2012) was an award-winning New Zealand-born horror and speculative fiction writer. He lived in Melbourne, Australia with his wife and daughter.
Raised in Auckland, New
Emily Hainsworth was raised in upstate New York and currently resides in Denver, CO, with her husband and daughter. Through to You is her first novel. Paramount has optioned the
David Hair is the New Zealand-based author of three ongoing fantasy series.
The Aotearoa Series is a YA series set in New Zealand, featuring: The Bone Tiki (winner of Best First Novel
Andrea Hairston (born 1952) is an African-American science fiction and fantasy playwright and novelist. Her novel Redwood and Wildfire won the James Tiptree, Jr. Award for 2011. Mindscape,
Ann Halam is a pseudonym of Gwyneth Jones.
|Halbrook, K. D.|
K. D. Halbrook is the author of the middle-grade novel Smoke and Mirrors (August 2018), as well as several young adult titles under the name Kristin Halbrook. Halbrook is also a writing
Joe William Haldeman (born 1943) is an American science fiction author. His most famous novel is The Forever War, inspired by his Vietnam experiences, which won both the Hugo and Nebula
|Haldeman II, Jack C.|
As an avid snowboarder from Utah, Ben grew up with a passion for learning. This thirst for knowledge led him to sports, music, and academic endeavors. After a year of college, he did
|Hale, Edward Everett|
Edward Everett Hale (1822–1909) was an American author and Unitarian clergyman.
Edward Everett Hale wrote one book, Ten Time One is Ten: The Possible Reformation (1871),
|Hale, F. J.|
F. J. Hale is a pseudonym of Robert E. Vardeman.
Ginn Hale (born 1968) is an American author.
Kelly Hale is an American author. Her first novel was the e-book Erasing Sherlock Holmes, which mixed Sherlock Holmes with a time-travel plot. Her next novel, co-written with Simon
|Hale, R. D.|
R. D. Hale is a professional writer with no formal qualifications to speak of, hailing from somewhere in the UK. Little is known about him other than titbits, rumours and
Shannon Hale (born 1974) is an American author.
Cameron Haley is the pseudonym for Greg Benage, an aspiring writer who lives with his wife, Maria, in Minneapolis. When he's not creating stories, Greg creates spreadsheets and PowerPoint
Guy Haley was born three quarters of the way through the 20th century in Halifax, Yorkshire. Before becoming an author he was a magazine editor and writer for SFX, White Dwarf and Death Ray. The
Alexis Hall was born in the early 1980s and still thinks the 21st century is the future. To this day, he feels cheated that he lived through a fin de siècle but inexplicably failed to drink a
|Hall, C. Aubrey|
C. Aubrey Hall is an internationally published, award-winning author of over 30 novels. She is a tenured professor of professional writing at the University of Oklahoma.
|Hall, Edward Austin|
|Hall, J. C.|
J. C. Hall is a Canadian author currently writing in the fantasy genre.
J. C. Hall. Wikipedia.
Writer of strange stuff and after dark doodler, Jeff spends way too much time lost in other places besides here. He currently resides in the suburbs of Massachusetts with his wonderful wife and
|Hall, John Ryder|
John Ryder Hall is a pseudonym of William Rotsler.
Kerstin Hall is a writer and editor based in Cape Town, South Africa. She completed her undergraduate studies in journalism at Rhodes University and, as a Mandela Rhodes Scholar, continued with a
Louisa Hall grew up in Philadelphia. After graduating from Harvard, she played squash professionally while finishing her premedical coursework and working in a research lab at the Albert
|Hall, Mark Edward|
Mark Edward Hall has worked at a variety of professions including hunting and fishing guide, owner of a recording studio, singer/songwriter in several rock n' roll bands. He also worked in
Rebecca started writing when she was supposed to be studying for her exams at Otago University but somehow passed anyway, eventually graduating with a decorative piece of paper. She moved to
Sarah Hall (born 1974) is an English novelist and poet. Her critically-acclaimed second novel, The Electric Michelangelo, was nominated for the 2004 Man Booker Prize and achieved
Teri Hall lives in Washington State, U.S.
Tim Hall was born in Portishead, near Bristol, in 1977. In his work as a journalist, he has written for various national newspapers and magazines. Most recently he spent two years in Bermuda,
Tate Hallaway is an American author from St. Paul, Minnesota. She writes paranormal romances and also science fiction and fantasy under a different name.
|Halliday, Mags L.|
Liz Halliday (born 1971) is an author who writes under the name Mags L Halliday in the ara of to Doctor Who-related fiction. She is distinct from the writer Liz Holliday, who has also
|Hallowell, J. D.|
|Halperin, James L.|
As a child, Colleen Halverson used to play in the woods imagining worlds and telling stories to herself. Growing up on military bases, she found solace in her local library and later decided to
|Hamantaschen, J. R.|
J.R. is a part time fiction writer. His work has appeared in several dozen magazines and anthologies. Generally disdainful of publicizing himself or his work, he has published intermittently,
David Hambling is an author and science journalist writing for New Scientist magazine, WIRED and The Guardian, as well as the more eclectic Fortean Times,
Barbara Hambly (born 1951) is an American author.
Barbara Hambly. Wikipedia.
Greg Hamerton is a novelist and extreme sports writer. Beyond the Invisible explored themes of fear, freedom and flight. He wrote a guidebook for paragliding in South Africa. He is an active paraglider pilot and outdoor enthusiast.
Mohsin Hamid is the author of four novels, Moth Smoke, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia, and Exit West, and a book of
A native of Arlington, Texas, Shaun Hamill holds an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and his fiction has appeared in Carve and Spilt Infinitive. If you really want to
Alwyn Hamilton was born in Toronto and lived between Canada, France, and Italy until the was three, when her family settled in the small French town of Beaune. She studied
|Hamilton, Darrell Deh|
|Hamilton, Duncan M.|
Duncan M. Hamilton holds Master's Degrees in History and Law, and has practiced as a barrister. He lives in Ireland, near the sea. Hamilton's debut novel, The Tattered Banner, first of
Edmond Moore Hamilton (1904–1977) was a popular author of science fiction stories and novels during the mid-twentieth century.
Edmond Hamilton. Wikipedia.
Jason has a deeply seeded love of all things science fiction and fantasy. He especially
Kersten Hamilton was born in a trailer in High Rolls, New Mexico, in 1958.
Before she settled down to have children she worked as a ranch hand, a wood cutter, a lumberjack, a census taker,
Kiki Hamilton is an American author.
|Hamilton, Laurell K.|
Laurell Kaye Hamilton (born 1963) is an American author. She is best known for the Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter series.
|Hamilton, M. L.|
M. L. Hamilton has been teaching high school English and journalism in Central California for the last 19 years.
|Hamilton, Peter F.|
Peter F. Hamilton was born in Rutland in 1960, and still lives near Rutland Water with his wife and daughter. He began writing in 1987, and sold his first short story to Fear magazine in
|Hamilton, R. J.|
|Hamilton, Thomas Wm.|
Thomas Wm. Hamilton is a retired professor of astronomy and a planetarium director. Born in San Francisco, Larkin Street is named for the author’s great-great-grandfather. Asteroid 4897
Virginia Esther Hamilton (1934–2002) was an award-winning author of children's books. She wrote 41 books, including M. C. Higgins, the Great, for which she won the National Book
Wendy Hammer grew up in Wisconsin and lives in Indiana. She has degrees in English from The University of Wisconsin-Madison and Ball State University. Her research focus was in gender/identity
|Hammond, Wayne G.|
|Hampson, Robert E.|
Robert E. Hampson, Ph.D., turns science fiction into science in his day job, and puts the science into science fiction in his spare time. He has consulted for more than a dozen SF writers,
Born and raised in Australia, Katie's early years of day dreaming in the "bush," and having her father tell her wild bedtime stories, inspired her passion for writing.
After graduating High
Barb Han is a USA TODAY, Publisher’s Weekly, and Amazon Bestselling Author. Reviewers have called her books “heartfelt” and “exciting.”
She lives in Texas - her true north - with
Graham Hancock (born 1950) is a British writer and journalist. Hancock specialises in unconventional theories involving ancient civilizations, stone monuments or megaliths, altered states of
Karen Hancock's novels have received numerous awards and honors, including Christy Awards for each of her first four novels – Arena, The Light of Eidon, The Shadow
Elizabeth Hand (born 1957) is an American writer.
Lori Handeland (born 1961) is an American author, who writes romance, urban fantasy and paranormal romance novels.
Dan is a writer, editor, and vastly overqualified archaeologist who has lived everywhere from London to Hertfordshire to Manchester to Sydney, which explains the panic in his eyes anytime someone
Kristin Hannah is the award-winning and bestselling author of more than 20 novels including the international blockbuster, The Nightingale, which was named Goodreads Best Historical fiction novel
|Hannett, Lisa L.|
Lisa's stories have appeared in Clarkesworld Magazine, Fantasy Magazine, Weird Tales, ChiZine, Shimmer and Ann & Jeff VanderMeer’s Steampunk Reloaded, among other places. Her work
|Hanover, M. L. N.|
M. L. N. Hanover is a pen name of Daniel Abraham.
Rebecca Hanover received a BA from Stanford University in English and drama and was awarded an Emmy for Best Writing in 2008 as a staff writer on the CBS daytime drama Guiding Light. She is a
Sara Hanover lives with a hoard of books, rather like a dragon, and works on improving her imagination daily. She loves plot twists and cats, family and crispy autumn leaves, traveling and good
Gareth describes himself as: “39, Irish, married, twin four-year-olds, generally affable”. He has been heavily involved in the Paranoia roleplaying game – and there are exciting announcements
Brooks Hansen is an American novelist
Essa Hansen grew up in beautifully wild areas of California, from the coastal foothills to the Sierra Nevada mountains around Yosemite, before migrating north to the Canadian Rocky Mountains. She
Heather Hansen was born in California, the oldest of five children. She always knew she wanted to be a writer, and she wrote her first book, a murder mystery in the style of Agatha Christie, in
|Hansen, Jamie Leigh|
Lynne Hansen writes dark fiction for teens, combining her passion for history with her lifelong love of all things creepy. She also writes FCAT test prep materials for middle school and high
|Hansen, Matthew Scott|
Matthew Scott Hansen resides in southern California with his wife and son and their two dogs and three cats. The Shadowkiller is his first novel.
|Hansen, Regina M.|
Regina Hansen was born on Prince Edward Island and grew up there, Montreal, and Boston. She teaches at Boston University and is also a contributor to The Ashgate Encyclopedia of Literary and
|Hanson, Sophia Elaine|
Sophia has been writing novels, short stories, and poems since she was still losing her baby teeth. Throughout her high school career she amassed an impressive 35 Scholastic Art and Writing
Wil Hanson resides in a tiny community in southwestern New Mexico.
Allen Harbinson is a pseudonym of W. A. Harbinson.
|Harbinson, W. A.|
William Allen Harbinson (born 1941), who writes under the name W. A. Harbinson, is a British author. He is perhaps most well known for his Projekt Saucer five-volume series of science
|Harbour, Katherine |
Katherine Harbour is a bookseller in Sarasota, Florida. Thorn Jack is her first novel.
Gabrielle Harbowy has edited for publishers such as Pyr, Lambda Literary, and Circlet Press. She is the managing editor at Dragon Moon Press and a submissions editor at the Hugo-nominated
|Hardacker, Vaughn C.|
Vaughn C. Hardacker is a veteran of the US Marines who served in Vietnam. He holds degrees from Northern Maine Community College, the University of Maine, and Southern New Hampshire
Caroline Hardaker is a poet and novelist from the northeast of England. She has published two collections of poetry, and her work has appeared worldwide in print and on BBC radio. She is Writer in
Lee John Harding (born 1937) is an Australian freelance photographer, who became a writer of science fiction novels and short stories.
Lee Harding. Wikipedia.
Frances Hardinge (born 1973) is a British author best known for her novel Fly By Night which in 2006 won the Branford Boase Award and was listed as one of the School Library
|Hardy, David A.|
David A. Hardy (born 1936) is the longest-established living space artist, having illustrated his first book in 1954.
He started his career as an employee in the Design Office of
A longtime fantasy reader, Janice Hardy has always wondered about the darker side of healing. She tapped into her own dark side to create a world where healing could be dangerous, and those
|Hardy, Jason M.|
|Hardy, Kate A.|
Lyndon Hardy (born 1941) is an author, prankster and grandfather.
He became interested in fantasy while wandering through the fringes of fandom when he was at Caltech. In addition to
|Hardy, Reilyn J.|
Robin Hardy (born 1929) is an English author and film director. His most famous directorial work was The Wicker Man, and his latest project is a film adaptation of his book Cowboys for
Vashti Hardy is a copywriter who lives near Brighton with her family. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Chichester University and previously studied on the Creative Writing Certificate at
Lucinda Hare was born in Scotland and spent her childhood years roaming the local woods with her dogs, imagining worlds where wolves, knights and dragons battled in deep
|Hargrave, Kiran Millwood|
Kiran Millwood Hargrave is an award-winning poet and novelist. A graduate of Oxford University’s Creative Writing MA, she currently lives and writes in Oxford, England.
Sarah Harian grew up in the foothills of Yosemite. She received her B.A. in English Education and M.F.A. in Creative Writing at Fresno State University. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon
Son of John Le Carre.
In his own words (from the author's official website):
"I have been a borderline obsessive martial artist since my second week at
Deborah Harkness (born 1965) is an American scholar, novelist and wine enthusiast, best known as a historian and as the author of the All Souls Trilogy, which consists of The New York
|Harksen, Henrik Sandbeck|
Fantasy, alternate-history and science fiction writer Thomas Harlan is the author of the critically acclaimed Oath of Empire series. He has been twice nominated for the John W. Campbell
Paul Harland (1960-2003) was the pseudonym of the Dutch science fiction writer Paul Smit. He had written several novels, one in English. And one of his collections was translated into English.
Richard Harland (born 1947) is an Australian author.
Amy Harmon is a Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and New York Times bestselling author. Her books have been published in eighteen languages - truly a dream come true for a little country girl
|Harmon, David P.|
|Harmon, Kelly A.|
Kelly A. Harmon is an award-winning journalist who used to write stories about authors and thespians, senators and statesman, and movie stars and murderers. Now she writes lies, which is an
|Harness, Charles L.|
Charles Leonard Harness (1915–2005) was an American science fiction writer. He was born in Colorado City, Texas and grew up just outside it, then later in Fort Worth. He earned degrees in
Dani Harper is a former newspaper editor whose passion for all things supernatural led her to a second career writing paranormal fiction. There isn’t anything she likes better than
Lana is the author of four YA novels about modern-day witches and historical murderesses. Born in Serbia, she grew up in Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria before moving to the US, where she studied
Molly Harper is the author of two popular series of paranormal romance, the Half-Moon Hollow series and the Naked Werewolf series. She also writes the Bluegrass ebook series of contemporary
A third-generation Manhattanite, Nina Harper grew up in a family that had been in the fashion business for fifteen generations. She did not leave the city until, at sixteen, she went to study in
Steven Harper is a pseudonym of Steven Piziks.
|Harper, Tara K.|
Steven Harriman is a pseudonym of Steven Spruill.
Kim Harrington lives in Massachusetts with her husband and son.
|Harrington, Matthew Joseph|
|Harris, Ashley Rae|
Ashley Rae Harris lives and works in Chicago, Illinois. She completed an M.A. from the University of Chicago, where her research focused on adolescents and Web culture. Ashley's work has
Carrie Harris is an American author. She lives in Michigan with her family.
Charlaine Harris (born November 25, 1951 in Tunica, Mississippi) is a New York Times bestselling author who has been writing for over twenty years. She was raised in the Mississippi River Delta
|Harris, Deborah Turner|
Deborah Turner Harris (born 1951), is an American fantasy author, best known for her collaborations with Katherine Kurtz. She lives in Scotland and is married to Scottish author ... Read more ...
Frank Harris (1856–1931) was a British-born, naturalized-American author, editor, journalist and publisher, who was friendly with many well-known figures of
Geraldine Harris (born 1951), aka Geraldine Harris Pinch, is an author of fiction and non-fiction. She is also an Egyptologist. She is a member of the Faculty of Oriental Studies at the University
Joanne Michèle Sylvie Harris (born 1964) is an Anglo-French author, whose books include fourteen novels, two cookbooks and many short stories. Her work is extremely diverse, covering aspects of
|Harris, Larry M.|
|Harris, Micah S.|
Micah Harris is the author (with artist Michael Gaydos) of the graphic novel Heaven's War and a regular contributor to Black Coat Press's annual cross-over anthology series, Tales of
|Harris, Narrelle M.|
Narrelle M. Harris (born 1965) is an Australian author.
|Harris, Neil Patrick|
Neil Patrick Harris is an accomplished actor, producer, director, host, author, and father of six-year-old twins. Harris also served as President of the Academy of Magical Arts from 2011-2014. His
Robert Dennis Harris (born 1957) is an English novelist. He is a former journalist and BBC television reporter. Although he began his career in non-fiction, his fame rests upon his works of
|Harris, Robert J.|
Robert J. Harris is a Scottish academic and author of children's fantasies and historical novels, best known for his collaborations with Jane Yolen. He also designed the fantasy board game
Steve Harris (born 1954) is a retired English novelist who was known for his work in the horror genre.
Steve Harris. Wikipedia.
Harry Harrison (born Henry Maxwell Dempsey, 1925–2012) was an American science fiction (SF) author, best known for his character the Stainless Steel Rat and for his novel Make Room! Make
Kim Harrison is a pen-name of American author Dawn Cook. She was born and raised in
Lee Harrison was born in Kingston Upon-Hull, where fantastical stories and daft thoughts helped him hide from real life until Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom inspired him to study Religion at
|Harrison, M. John|
|Harrison, Mette Ivie|
Michelle Harrison is a full-time writer. She is a former bookseller and editorial assistant. Originally from Grays in Essex, she has a degree in illustration, and lives in Oxfordshire with her
Rachel Harrison was born and raised in the weird state of New Jersey. She received her bachelor's in writing for film and television from Emerson College. After graduating, she worked on TV game
Steve Harrison was born in Yorkshire, England, grew up in Lancashire, migrated to New Zealand and eventually settled in Sydney, Australia, where he lives with his wife and daughter.
New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Thea Harrison resides in Colorado. She wrote her first book, a romance, when she was nineteen, and had sixteen romances published
|Harrow, Alix E.|
Alix E. Harrow has been a student and a teacher, a farm-worker and a cashier, an ice-cream-scooper and a 9-to-5 office-dweller. She's lived in tents and cars, cramped city apartments and lonely
Matt Harry received an MFA in Film Production from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, and has worked as a filmmaker, editor, screenwriter, college professor, movie critic, and story consultant. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two sons.
Johan Harstad is a Norwegian author, graphic designer, playwright, drummer, and international sensation. He is the winner of the 2008 Brage Award (Brageprisen), previously won by Per Petterson, and
|Hart, James V.|
Jeff Hart is originally from Rochester, NY, and now lives in Brooklyn. Eat, Brains, Love is his first novel.
|Hart, Marcus Alexander|
Megan Hart writes books. Some of them use a lot of bad words, but most of the other words are okay. She can't live without music, the internet, or the ocean, but she and soda have achieved an
Raven Hart is the pen name of Susan Goggins. She is an American author.
Rob Hart is the author of the short story collection TAKE-OUT and the Ash McKenna series, which wrapped up with POTTER'S FIELD in July 2018. He is also the co-author of SCOTT FREE with James
Aidan Harte (born 1979) studied sculpture at the Florence Academy of Art and currently works as a sculptor in Dublin. Before discovering sculpture, he worked in animation and TV; in 2006 he
Brent Hartinger (born 1971) is an American author, playwright, and screenwriter, best known for his novels about gay teenagers.
|Hartke, J. T.|
J.T. Hartke was raised in Dieterich, IL and currently resides in Champaign, IL with his wife. A Balance Broken is his debut novel. He will be making appearances all over the country,
|Hartley, A. J.|
British born writer A. J. Hartley got his first taste for archaeology touring sites in Greece and Rome as a child with his family. As an English major at Manchester University he took
|Hartley, L. P.|
Leslie Poles Hartley (1895–1972) was a British writer, known for novels and short stories.
As a child, Rachel Hartman played cello and lip-synched Mozart operas with her sisters. The famous Renaissance song "Mille Regretz" first moved Rachel to write a fantasy novel rooted in music,
|Hartmann, William K.|
William K. Hartmann is a noted planetary scientist, author, and writer. He was the first to convince the scientific mainstream that the Earth had once been hit by a planet sized body (
Sonya Hartnett (born 1968) is an Australian author. She writes fiction variously for children, young adults and adults and has won numerous prizes and awards. She won the 2008 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award.
Linnea Hartsuyker is a graduate of NYU's Fiction MFA program and Cornell University's Engineering school, and has been researching the rise and reign of Harald Fairhair since she first discovered
|Hartwell, David G.|
David Geddes Hartwell (1941-2016) was an American editor of science fiction and fantasy. He worked for Signet (1971–73), Berkley Putnam (1973–78),
Adrianne Harun's short fiction, essays, and book reviews have been published in numerous magazines and journals, including Story, the Chicago Tribune (as a Nelson Algren winner), Narrative
|Harvey, A. C.|
Alyxandra Harvey studied creative writing and literature at York University and has had her poetry published in several magazines. When not writing, she is a belly dancer and jewelrymaker. She
|Harvey, Andrew J.|
Andrew spent his high-school years in the school’s library lost in the worlds of Andre Norten, Robert Heinlein, and Isaac Asimov. His first commercially accepted series of novels (the Garden
|Harvey, Andrew K.|
|Harvey, C. B.|
C. B. Harvey won the first Pulp Idol award, jointly conferred by SFX Magazine and Gollancz Publishing, and has written for the Doctor Who and Highlander ranges produced by Big Finish. His
Colin Harvey (1960-2011) lived in Bristol in the south-west of England with his wife Kate and spaniel Alice. His first fiction was published in 2001, since when he wrote novels, short stories and
|Harvey, John D.|
John D. Harvey (born 1968) is a horror novelist, screenwriter, and freelance writer. He holds a bachelor's degree in creative writing and in journalism. He currently lives in Rhode Island.
John D. Harvey. Wikipedia.
Nancy Harvey is the whimsical creator of The Mystic Quest series, a fantasy adventure series. Nancy`s creativity is boundless as she is always trying to captivate and enchant the reader`s
Prescott Harvey works as a senior copywriter and brand strategist for a creative agency in Portland, Oregon. He leads a relatively mundane life with a wife and two kids. But before that, there are
|Harvey, Sara M.|
An author and costume designer, Sara M. Harvey hails from Nashville these days. She has one of the best day jobs in the world - teaching fashion design and history. When not teaching the newest
|Harvey, W. F.|
William Fryer Harvey AM (1885-1937), known as W. F. Harvey, was an English writer of short stories, most notably in the macabre and horror genres. Among his best-known stories are "August Heat" and
Andrew Harwell also writes as Andrew Eliopulos.
JJA Harwood is an author, editor and blogger. She grew up in Norfolk, read History at the University of Warwick and eventually found her way to London, which is still something of a shock for
John Harwood (born 1946) was born in Hobart, Tasmania and is an Australian poet, literary critic and novelist.
Educated at the University of Tasmania and Cambridge University, Harwood has
Merrie Haskell lives in Saline, Michigan, where she works in a library. The Princess Curse is her first novel.
|Haskins, A. C.|
A. C. Haskins is a former Armored Cavalry Officer and combat veteran turned economist and business strategist (and occasional defensive firearm instructor). He has a lifelong love of speculative
Information about the author in her own words (link):
"Some days, I wonder about
|Haspil, Michael F.|
Michael F. Haspil is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, where he distinguished himself as an ICBM crew commander. After retiring from the military, he served as a launch director at Cape
Avery Hastings is an author and former book editor from New York City. She grew up in Ohio, graduated from the University of Notre Dame and earned her MFA at the New School. When she's not
|Hastings, J. Kent|
Rook Hastings has been a writer of fiction for eight years. With a life long fascination for the paranormal, Rook has lived in two haunted houses. Once as a child, when a invisible ghost cat
Richard Hatch (born 1945) is an American actor. He is best known for his role of Captain Apollo on the original Battlestar Galactica movie and television series.
Ruth Hatfield is a sometime archaeologist, sometime technician who lives in Cambridge, England. When she's not writing or digging or making circuit boards, she spends her
Jill Hathaway grew up in Iowa and received her MA in literature from Iowa State University. A high school English teacher, she lives with her husband and young daughter in the Des Moines area.
Joanna Hathaway was born in Montréal and is an avid storyteller who was inspired to write after reading her great-grandfather's memoirs of the First World War. A lifelong history buff, she now has
|Hatton, L. J.|
L. J. Hatton is a Texan, born and raised. She sometimes refers to the towns she’s lived in by the movies filmed in them, and if she wasn’t working as a professional pretender, she’d likely be
Michele Hauf is an author of romance, paranormal romance, action, adventure and fantasy novels.
Wesley Hauge was born in England and raised in Zimbabwe. She lived in Norway for many years before moving to her current home in Brooklyn, NY.
Born in Brighton and brought up in Suffolk, Emily Hauser studied Classics at Cambridge, where she was taught by Mary Beard, and completed a PhD at Yale University. She is now a Junior Fellow at
Marlen Haushofer (1920—1970) was an Austrian author, most famous for her only novel translated into English, The Wall.
Marlen Haushofer. Wikipedia.
Gerald Hausman has written more than 70 published books including such Jamaican titles as Duppy Talk, Doctor Bird, The Jacob Ladder, The Boy From Nine Miles: The
Pete Hautman (born 1952) is the author of many well received young adult novels, one of which, Godless, won the National Book Award for Young People's Literature. Hautman moved to St.
Amanda Havard has been telling stories since before she could write. She grew up in Dallas, Texas, where her first book was published in her elementary school library at age 7. She received
|Hawk, Douglas D.|
|Hawk, Jordan L.|
Jordan L. Hawk is a non-binary queer author from North Carolina. Childhood tales of mountain ghosts and mysterious creatures gave them a life-long love of things that go bump in the night. When
Nathan Hawke is a pseudonym for British fantasy author Stephen Deas.
Sam Hawke is an Australian fantasy author. Hawke’s novel, City of Lies, is the first book in The Poison Wars series, and is an intelligent epic fantasy full of action, drama, and
Simon Hawke (born 1951) is an American science fiction and fantasy author. He was born Nicholas Valentin Yermakov, but began writing as
The work of Angeline Hawkes spans many decades and genres. She writes fiction and nonfiction, and has been a professional, published writer since 1981.
Catherine Lucy Hawking, FRSA (born 2 November 1970) is an English journalist and novelist. She is the daughter of theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking and writer Jane Wilde Hawking. She
Stephen William Hawking was born on 8 January 1942 (300 years after the death of Galileo) in Oxford, England. His parents' house was in north London, but during the second world war, Oxford was
|Hawkins, Jaq D.|
Jaq D Hawkins is a British author in the genres of Steampunk, Fantasy and the occult. Her first published book, Understanding Chaos Magic (Capall Bann, 1996), was the first book on chaos
Rachel Hawkins is an American author.
Scott Hawkins works as a software engineer. He and his wife live in Atlanta, where they spend much of their time playing Olympic-caliber fetch with their large pack of foster dogs. The Library at Mount Char is his first novel.
Max Hawthorne grew up in Philadelphia, where he graduated with a BA from Central High School and a BFA from the University of the Arts. He is the author of the bestseller Memoirs of a Gym
Rachel Hawthorne is the author of several books for teen readers and adult romance novels. As Lorraine Heath, she wrote Samantha and the Cowboy and Amelia and the Outlaw.
She also writes with her son Alex London under the pseudonym of J. A. London.
Born in Hokkaido in 1962. Having worked as a clinical laboratory technician, Jyouji Hayashi debuted as a writer in 1995 with his cowritten Dai Nihon Teikoku Oushu Dengeki Sakusen. His
|Hayden, David Alastair|
David Alastair Hayden scribbles and podcasts tales of fantasy adventure for young and adult readers. He lives in Alabama, along with his delightful wife and three lovely cats.
|Hayden, Patrick Nielsen|
Patrick James Nielsen Hayden (born Patrick James Hayden, 1959), often abbreviated as PNH, is an American science fiction editor, fan,
Having travelled the world extensively Elizabeth Haydon now lives on the East coast of America with her family. She is an editor in educational publishing. In her spare time she plays music.
|Haydu, Corey Ann|
Corey Ann Haydu is the author of Eventown, Rules for Stealing Stars, The Someday Suitcase, five acclaimed books for teens, and the Hand-Me-Down Magic chapter book
A pseudonym of Viola Carr.
Gwen Hayes lives in the Pacific Northwest with her real life hero and a pack of wild beasts (two of whom she gave birth to).
She is a reader, writer, and lover of pop culture (which, other than yogurt, is the only culture she gets).
|Hayes, Rob J.|
Rob J. Hayes is a British fantasy writer.
Tyler Hayes is a science fiction and fantasy writer from Northern California. He writes stories he hopes will show people that not only are we not alone in this terrifying world, but we might just
Natalie Haynes, author of The Furies (The Amber Fury in the UK), is a graduate of Cambridge University and an award-winning comedian, journalist, and broadcaster. She judged the
Rhonda Hayter is a former actress who works as a story analyst for a film producer. She lives in Hollywood.
|Hayward, L. J.|
Brent Hayward was born in London, England and raised in Montreal. His short fiction has appeared in several publications. Filaria is his first novel. He lives in Toronto with his wife and two children.
|Haywood, R. R.|
|Hazlett, Sean Patrick|
Sean Patrick Hazlett is an Army veteran, speculative fiction writer and editor, and finance executive in the San Francisco Bay area. He holds an AB in history and BS in electrical engineering from
Joan He is a Chinese American who grew up reading many of the great Chinese epics and legends, from which she draws inspiration for her debut novel. She lives in Pennsylvania.
|Headley, Maria Dahvana|
Maria Dahvana Headley is a MacDowell Colony Fellow whose writing has appeared in The New York Times, Elle, The Washington Post, and other publications. She is the author of the memoir
|Heald, Denise Lopes|
Karen Healey is a New Zealandian young adult author living in Australia.
|Healy, Ian Thomas|
Born on the Greek island of Lefkada, Lafcadio Hearn (1850-1904) was brought up in both Ireland and England. At nineteen he emigrated to the United States where he became a journalist. After a
Lian Hearn's real name is Gillian Rubinstein (born 1942 in England). Rubinstein studied modern languages at Oxford University and worked as a film critic and arts editor in London before settling
Born and raised in Arizona, Kevin Hearne graduated with a degree in English Education and worked in high school education in California before returning to Arizona.
Before the wolves barged in the door, demanding that their story be told, Dorothy Hearst was an acquisitions editor at Jossey-Bass, where she published books for nonprofit, public, and social
Kate Heartfield’s debut novel Armed in Her Fashion (CZP) was published in spring 2018. Her interactive novel The Road to Canterbury is now available from Choice of Games. Tor.com Publishing will
Elena Hearty graduated from the University of Virginia in 2000 with a BS in computer science. After that, she bought a house, got married, and had two children, all while working full time to
Jack Heath (born 1986) is a writer of young adult fiction. He has resided in Canberra since age 9. Heath is best known for the Six of
Tiger Hebert is an American author.
|Heck, Peter J.|
Peter Jewell Heck is a science fiction and mystery author.
Peter Heck. Wikipedia.
Kat Heckenbach grew up in the small town of Riverview, Florida, where she spent most of her time either drawing or sitting in her “reading tree” with her nose buried in a fantasy
|Heidicker, Christian McKay|
Christian McKay Heidicker reads and writes and drinks tea. Between his demon-hunting cat and his fiddling, red-headed girlfriend, he feels completely protected from evil spirits. Christian is
Heidi grew up in Hawaii where she rode horses and raised peacocks, and then she moved to New York City and grew up even more, as one tends to do. Her favorite thing, outside of writing, is travel,
Scott Heim (born 1966) is an American novelist from Hutchinson, Kansas, currently living in Massachusetts. Heim's first novel, Mysterious Skin, was published in 1995.
Scott Heim. Wikipedia.
|Hein, Jason P.|
Growing up on a secluded farm in the panhandle of Oklahoma, Jason P. Hein developed a unique point of view and literary sense as a young child. With few friends and little to entertain him, his
|Heinlein, Robert A.|
Robert Anson Heinlein (1907–1988) was an American science fiction writer. Often called the "dean of science fiction writers", he was one of the most influential and controversial authors of
|Heiser, M. J.|
M. J. Heiser (aka Mary Johnson Heiser) was born in the Philippines to an American Navy man and a Filipino woman, who realized quickly that her clumsiness was incompatible with her native land and
Markus Heitz was born in 1971 in Germany. He studied history, German language and literature, and won the German Fantasy Award in 2003 for his debut novel Shadows Over Ulldart. His
Rhiannon Held lives in Seattle, Washington.
Chad Helder is the author of The Pop-Up Book of Death, a collection of dark poetry, and The Vampire Bridegroom, a horror book of narrative poems and flash
Margrét Helgadóttir is a Norwegian-Icelandic writer and editor living in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Nicole Helget is the author of three adult novels, The Turtle Catcher, The Summer of Ordinary Ways, and Stillwater. She has also co-authored a middle grade novel, Horse Camp. She lives in Minnesota.
Jenna Helland is a writer and editor for Wizards of the Coast in Renton, Washington. Before moving to the Northwest, she was a
Jason Heller is the author of Strange Stars, Taft 2012, and numerous short stories in magazines and anthologies. He’s also a Hugo Award–winning editor for his work in
Peter Heller holds an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in both fiction and poetry. An award-winning adventure writer and longtime contributor to NPR, Heller is a contributing editor at
Cat Hellisen lives in Capetown, South Africa, near the sea, and drinks a lot of tea. She tends not to start revolutions. When the Sea is Rising Red is her first novel.
Joseph Helmreich has contributed writing to Every Day Fiction and New York Press. He has worked on film and television projects, such as Garden State, Late Night With
Alyc Helms fled her doctoral program in anthropology and folklore when she realized she preferred fiction to academic writing. She dabbles in corsetry and costuming, dances Scottish Highland and
Mark Helprin (born 1947) is an award-winning American novelist, journalist and conservative commentator.
Kristi Helvig is a Ph.D. clinical psychologist turned sci-fi/fantasy author. You can find her musing about Star Trek, space monkeys, and other assorted topics at www.kristihelvig.com. She
Hilary Hemingway is an American author and wife to author Jeff Lindsay and daughter of Leicester Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway's brother. In many of her earlier published works she is included as
Michael Hemmingson has written the meditation, Gordon Lish and His Influence on Twentieth Century American Literature, a short TV studies monograph on Star Trek (Wayne State
|Hemry, John G.|
John G. Hemry is an American science fiction author and a retired United States Navy officer. He writes military science fiction novels.
Patrick Hemstreet is a novelist, neuro-engineer, entrepreneur, special warfare-trained Navy medic, standup comic, and actor. He lives in Houston, Texas with his wife and sons.
|Hendee, J. C.|
Alexis Henderson is a recent graduate of the University of South Carolina, where she received a B.A. in English. She is an ESL teacher whose work has been published in literary magazines
Alice Henderson is a writer of fiction, comics, and video game material. She was selected to attend Launchpad, a NASA-funded writing
|Henderson, C. J.|
C. J. Henderson's early days were spent in the Midwest. High school and college kept him in the general area of Pittsburgh, but shortly thereafter it was on to the big city, more specifically, New
Jason Henderson (born 1971) is a writer of computer games, novels and several comic book series.
He is the creator of the comic book series Sword of Dracula from Image
|Henderson, Michael E.|
Randy Henderson is the grand prize winner of Writers of the Future Award for 2014, a Clarion West graduate, and member of SFWA and Codex. His fiction has appeared in Penumbra,
|Henderson, Robert S.|
Samantha Henderson lives in Southern California. She is the author of the Scribe Award nominated Heaven's Bones, as well as numerous short stories and poems.
Zenna Chlarson Henderson (1917–1983) was an American elementary school teacher who wrote fantasy and science fiction novellas and short stories. She was nominated for a Hugo Award in 1959 for
|Hendley, Simon Satori|
Tony Hendra (born 1941) is an English satirist and writer who has worked mostly in the United States. Educated at St Albans School (where he was a classmate of Stephen Hawking) and
|Hendrickson, Jr., Walter B.|
Grady Hendrix’s first novel, Horrorstör, an illustrated story about a haunted IKEA, was named by NPR as one of the best books of 2014. He lives in New York City.
|Hendrix, Howard V.|
Howard Vincent Hendrix is an American scholar and science fiction writer. He was born in Cincinnati. He is a cousin of blues musician Mike Tetrault. He is author of the
Steve Hendry was a Navy fighter pilot with combat experience in both Viet Nam and the Middle East. While in the Navy, Lieutenant Steve Hendry was designated as the bicentennial air show pilot for
|Hengst, Martin F.|
Martin F. Hengst resides in South Central Pennsylvania with his wife and two children.
An avid reader since childhood, he attributes his love for fantasy and science fiction to his
|Henham, R. D.|
Nathalie Henneberg (1917–1977) was a French science fiction writer, a precursor of modern French heroic fantasy. She was married to, and collaborated with, Charles Henneberg zu Irmelshausen
Aidan Hennessy lives in Canberra, Australia, with his wife, two children and two ginger cats. He spends his days fighting that most tenacious of foes, procrastination.
Carolyn Hennesy (born 1962) is an American actress known for a recurring role on the television program Dawson's Creek and starring in the 2002 action thriller Global
|Hennig, J. Tullos|
Sarah Henning is a recovering journalist who has worked for Palm Beach Post, Kansas City Star, and Associated Press, among others. Her novels include Sea
Rusty Henrichsen is an Eastern Washington based horror writer. Emmettville is his debut novel and he is the author of numerous, twisted short stories. Look for his second novel in the summer of 2014.
|Henry, Brian K.|
Christina Henry is the author of Alice, Red Queen, Lost Boy, The Mermaid, The Girl in Red, Looking Glass, and the national bestselling Black Wings series, featuring Agent of Death Madeline Black and her popcorn-loving gargoyle, Beezle.
Emily Henry is full-time writer, proofreader, and donut connoisseur. She studied creative writing at Hope College and the New York Center for Art & Media Studies, and now spends most of her
Mark Henry recently traded a career in the helping profession to scar minds with his fiction. He attributes his ideas to premature exposure to horror movies, and/or witnessing adult cocktail
Veronica Henry was born in Brooklyn, New York, and has been a bit of a rolling stone ever since. Her work has appeared in various online publications. She is a graduate of the Viable Paradise
Jack Henseleit was born on a winter evening in 1991, just after the stroke of midnight. When the weather is dark and stormy, he writes fairy tales. The Witching Hours is his first series.
|Hensley, J. L.|
Joseph Louis "Joe L." Hensley (1926–2007) was a lawyer, prosecuting attorney, member of the Indiana General Assembly, circuit court judge, science fiction
|Henson, Marcus J.|
|Herbel, K. C.|
Brian Patrick Herbert (born 1947) is an American author. He is the elder son of the science fiction author Frank Herbert.
Franklin Patrick Herbert, Jr. (1920–1986) was a critically acclaimed and commercially successful American science fiction author. Though also a short story author, he is best known for his
James Herbert (1943-2013) was a best-selling British horror author. He is known for his simple yet compelling sensationalist novels, which are notable for their use of horrific
|Herbert, Mary H.|
Mary H. Herbert (born 1957) is an American fantasy writer. She is the author of the Dark Horse series and several Dragonlance novels.
Mary H. Herbert. Wikipedia.
|Herbison, J. S.|
|Herman, Christine Lynn|
Born in New York City but raised in Japan and Hong Kong, Christine Lynn Herman subscribes to the firm philosophy that home is where her books are. She returned to the United States for college,
Eleanor Herman is the New York Times bestselling author of Sex with Kings, as well as three other works of nonfiction: Sex with the Queen, Mistress of the Vatican,
Born in the US, Ry Herman is now a permanent Scottish resident, and has been writing theatrical plays for most of his life. He's worked at a variety of jobs, including submissions editor, theatre
Catherine Hernandez is a proud queer woman of color, radical mother, theater practitioner, award-winning author, and the artistic director of b current Performing Arts and the Sulong Theatre. She
Marcus Herniman works for the Civil Service in Jersey.
Ellen Herrick lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts and a small seaside town very much like Granite Point.She spent nearly ten years in the book publishing business as a publicist before moving
David Herter is an American author. Herter lives in Seattle, Washington.
His first novel was Ceres Storm in 2000, which was chosen as one of the
|Hertzler, J. G.|
Arthur Herzog III (1927–2010) was an American novelist, non-fiction writer, and journalist, well known for his works of science fiction and true crime books.
Arthur Herzog. Wikipedia.
Hermann Hesse (1877–1962) was a German Swiss poet, novelist, and painter. In 1946 he received the Nobel Prize in Literature. His best-known works include Siddhartha (1922),
Karen Hesse (born 1952) is an American author of children's literature and literature for young adults, often with historical settings.
Karen Hesse. Wikipedia.
|Hetley, James A.|
James A. Hetley is an American fantasy author. He is also an architect and retired Kempo karate instructor. He lives in Maine. He served three years in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, and has
Karen Heuler's stories have appeared in over sixty literary and speculative journals and anthologies, from Alaska Quarterly Review to Weird Tales. She has won an O. Henry
|Heuvelt, Thomas Olde|
Thomas Olde Heuvelt is a Dutch author of five novels and many stories of the fantastic. Olde Heuvelt has been nominated for the Hugo and World Fantasy awards for his short fiction and is a
|Hewett , Jerry|
Deborah Hewitt lives in the UK, somewhere south of Glasgow and north of London. She's the proud owner of two brilliant boys and one very elderly dog. When she's not writing, she can be found
|Heydron, Vicki Ann|
Helmut Flieg (1913–2001) was a German-Jewish writer, known by his pseudonym Stefan Heym. He lived in the United States (or served in its army abroad) between 1935 and 1952, before moving
|Hickey, T. Earl|
Laura Hickman (born 1956) is an internationally published fantasy author, best known for her works in game design and fantasy novels with husband, Tracy Hickman.
Stephen Hickman has been illustrating science fiction and fantasy for three decades. His work is inspired by the masters of fantasy and science fiction writing - J.R.R. Tolkien, H.P.
Tracy Hickman (born 1955) has been writing and exploring fantasy and science fiction since the 1970s. Tracy eventually became a New York Times bestselling author (with Margaret Weis) of
|Hicks, Clifford B.|
Clifford B. Hicks (1920–2010) was an American writer and magazine editor, best known for his children's books chronicling the adventures of Alvin Fernald.
Clifford B. Hicks. Wikipedia.
|Hicks, Micah Dean|
Micah Dean Hicks is the author of the story collection Electricity and Other Dreams - a book of dark fairy tales and bizarre fables that won the 2012 New American Fiction Prize. He is
|Hieber, Leanna Renee|
Actress, playwright and author Leanna Renee Hieber is the award-winning, bestselling author of Gothic Victorian Fantasy novels for adults and teens. Her Strangely Beautiful saga, beginning with
Noureddine Hifad is a native of the small Moroccan town of Essaouira which is located at the country's Atlantic side. The author studied Economics in high school and later did management studies in
|Higgins, C. A.|
C. A. Higgins is a debut author who writes novels and short stories. She was a runner up in the 2013 Dell Magazines Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing and has a B. A. in physics from Cornell University.
|Higgins, F. E.|
F. E. Higgins has been fascinated by the macabre ever since seeing a ghostly apparition as a child. Nowadays F. E. travels the lands that these books describe, collecting strange artefacts and
Jane is a New Zealand writer of fiction and non-fiction. In her day job she is a sociologist specializing in youth studies, focusing particularly on young people in transition from school. Growing
Laurie Higgins retired early and decided to write his first novel which grew from stories he used to tell his children. Living by the sea at Portsmouth he often walks his son's black Labrador
Peter Higgins read English at Oxford and was Junior Research Fellow at Wolfson College before joining the Civil Service. He began writing fantasy and SF stories in 2006 and his work has
Wendy Higgins is a former high school English teacher. She lives in Virginia, USA with her husband, daughter, and son.
|High, Philip E.|
|Hightman, J. P.|
J. P. Hightman is a pseudonym of Jason Hightman.
Jason Hightman is an American author. He also writes as J. P. Hightman.
|Hightower, Lynn S.|
Nancy Hightower received a Ph.D. in English/Creative Writing from the University of Denver. She has published short fiction and poetry in journals such as The New York Quarterly,
Charles Murray Higson (born 1958), more commonly known as Charlie Higson, is an English actor, comedian, author and former singer. He has also written and produced
|Hill, C. J.|
C. J. Hill is the pseudonym for a popular young adult author.
Douglas Arthur Hill (1935–2007) was a Canadian science fiction author, editor and reviewer.
He is probably best known for his Galactic
Joseph Hillstrom King (born 1972), better known by the pen name Joe Hill, is an American author and comic book writer. Hill is the second child of authors Stephen and Tabitha King. He grew up in
|Hill, Joey W.|
|Hill, M. T.|
A pseudonym of Matt Hill.
Matt (and M.T.) Hill is a writer from Tameside, Greater Manchester. He now lives on the edge of the Peak
|Hill, Pamela Smith|
Penelope Hill has wanted to be a writer for as long as she can remember, and her fascination with both futuristic and fantastic worlds has fuelled that ambition ever since. She is
Stuart Hill (born 1958) is a British author.
Stuart Hill. Wikipedia.
Susan Hill CBE (born 1942) is an English author of fiction and non-fiction works. Her novels include The Woman in Black, The Mist in the Mirror and I'm the King of the
Will Hill is an award-winning author and screenwriter.
He was a bartender, a bookseller, a charity worker and a publishing marketer for many years before quitting to write full time. His
Steve Hillard grew up in Bossier City, Louisiana and Grand Junction, Colorado. He graduated from Colorado State University and later earned a degree in philosophy at Columbia University and a Juris
Lexa Hillyer is the cofounder of literary incubator Paper Lantern Lit, a former YA editor, and the author of Proof of Forever. Lexa is also an award-winning poet: Her collection,
Steve Himmer is author of the novels The Bee-Loud Glade and Fram. His stories have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies including Hobart, Hawk & Handsaw,
Sharon Hinck is the author of several novels, including The Restorer and The Restorer's Son, books 1 and 2 in The Sword of Lyric series. She was named "Writer of the
|Hines, Jim C.|
Jim C. Hines is best known as a fantasy novelist and the guy who did those gender-flipped SF/F cover poses. His first novel was Goblin Quest, the tale of a nearsighted goblin runt and his
Zach Hines is a novelist and screenwriter. Originally from West Virginia, for over ten years he was based in Hong Kong, where he worked as a journalist. He now lives in Los Angeles. Nine is his debut novel.
|Hinton, S. E.|
Susan Eloise Hinton was born in 1948 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Outsiders, her first novel, was published in 1967. It was followed by That Was Then, This is Now, published in 1971
|Hintze, Naomi A.|
Christopher Hinz is the author of seven science fiction books. Cult classic Liege-Killer won the Compton Crook Award for best first novel and was nominated for the John W. Campbell Award
Jeff Hirsch graduated from the University of California, San Diego, with an MFA in Dramatic Writing. The Eleventh Plague is his debut novel. He lives in Astoria, New York, with his wife.
Glen Hirshberg (born 1966) is an American author of horror fiction. His works include the short story collection The Two Sams, published in 2003 by Carroll & Graf; the collection
Kenneth Hite holds a MA in International Relations from the University of Chicago. For the last twenty years he has worked as a full-time writer and role-playing game designer, contributing to
William Hjortsberg (born 1941) is a novelist and screenwriter best known for writing the screenplays of the movies Legend and Angel Heart.
William Hjortsberg. Wikipedia.
Polly Ho-Yen lives in Bristol with her husband. She used to be a primary-school teacher and now writes fiction for children (9-12 year olds) with a sci-fi or fantasy twist. She has been
Jeremy Hoad is best known as co-author of the BBC Doctor Who novel, The Blue Angel (with partner, Paul Magrs).
Jeremy Hoad. Wikipedia.
Russell Conwell Hoban (1925–2011) was an American expatriate writer. His works span many genres, including fantasy, science fiction, mainstream fiction, magical realism, poetry, and children's
Robin Hobb is alias for Margaret (Megan) Lindholm Ogden. She also writes as Megan Lindholm.
Hobb was born in 1952 in California, US. She is
Rachel Hobbs’ debut novel Shadow-Stained is the first in a dark fantasy series for adults, inspired by her dark and peculiar experiences with narcolepsy and parasomnia. She's since
Paul Hoblin lives in St. Paul, Minnesota. He has an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Minnesota. He won a free throw shooting competition as a kid and still has the trophy on his dresser.
|Hobson, M. K.|
M. K. Hobson's short fiction has appeared in Realms of Fantasy, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sci Fiction, Strange Horizons, Interzone, Postscripts,
Steve Hockensmith is the author of the Holmes on the Range mystery series for St. Martin's Minotaur. The books star cowboy brothers Big Red and Old Red Amlingmeyer, detective wannabees
Amanda Hocking lives in Minnesota, USA, and writes YA paranormal romance and urban fantasy.
Ian is a university lecturer and researcher based in Canterbury. He was previously the successful self-published author of the Saskia Brandt series of techno-thrillers. Now, we can happily
|Hocking, John C.|
Brian Hodge, called “a writer of spectacularly unflinching gifts” by Peter Straub, is the award-winning author of ten novels of horror and crime/noir. He’s also written well
Rosamund Hodge grew up as a homeschooler in Los Angeles, where she spent her time reading everything she could get her hands on, especially fantasy and mythology. She received a BA in English from
|Hodgell, P. C.|
Aaron Hodges was born in 1989 in the small town of Whakatane, New Zealand. He studied for five years at the University of Auckland, completing a Bachelors of Science in Biology and Geography, and a
|Hodges, Barbara M.|
|Hodgson, William Hope|
William Hope Hodgson (1877–1918) was an English author. He produced a large body of work, consisting of essays, short fiction, and novels, spanning several overlapping genres including
Michelle Hodkin grew up in Florida, went to college in New York, and studied law in Michigan. She is the author of the Mara Dyer trilogy, including The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, The Evolution of Mara Dyer and The Retribution of Mara Dyer.
Alice Hoffman is the author of more than thirty works of fiction, including The Rules of Magic, The Marriage of Opposites, Practical Magic, The Red Garden, the Oprah’s Book Club selection Here on
Born in San Diego, Erin Hoffman now lives in Northern California and works as Lead Game Designer.
Lee Hoffman (born Shirley Bell Hoffman, 1932-2007) was an American science fiction fan, an editor of early folk music fanzines, and an author of science fiction, Western and romance novels.
Lee Hoffman. Wikipedia.
Mary Hoffman (born 1945) is a bestselling British author and critic.
|Hoffman, Nina Kiriki|
Nina Kiriki Hoffman (born 1955) is an American fantasy, science fiction and horror author.
Paul Hoffman studied English at New College, Oxford before becoming a senior film censor at the British Board of Film Classification. He lives in the United Kingdom.
Photo: Paul Hoffman's official bio
|Hoffman, W. L.|
W.L. Hoffman was born in the 1960's in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and grew up in nearby Margate City. As a resident of a quiet island community, he spent much of his childhood imagining adventures
Ada Hoffmann is a Canadian graduate student trying to teach computers to write poetry. Her acclaimed speculative short stories and poems have appeared in Strange Horizons, Asimov's, Uncanny, and
|Hoffmann, E. T. A.|
Ernst Theodor Wilhelm Hoffmann (1776–1822), better known by his pen name E. T. A. Hoffmann (Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann), was a German Romantic author of fantasy and horror, a jurist,
Chad Hofmann is a Virginia based author, who has been writing as far back as he can rememeber. In third grade his mother got him a typewriter and it was love at first sight. Today he has
David Hofmeyr was born in South Africa and lives in London and Paris. In 2013 he graduated from Bath Spa University with an MA in Writing for Young People. The Between is David’s second novel.
Erik Hofstatter is a dark fiction writer and a member of the Horror Writers Association. Born in the wild lands of the Czech Republic, he roamed Europe
Raised on a healthy diet of fantasy and fairy tales, Bex Hogan has spent much of her life lost in daydreams. Initially training to be an actress, she quickly realised that she wanted to be a
Chuck Hogan is the author of several acclaimed novels, including Devils in Exile and Prince of Thieves, which won the 2005 Hammett Award, was named one of the ten best novels of
|Hogan, J. K.|
J. K. Hogan has been telling stories for as long as she can remember, beginning with writing cast lists and storylines for her toys growing up. When she finally decided to put pen to paper,
|Hogan, James P.|
James Patrick Hogan (born 1941) is a British science fiction author.
Lee Hogan is a pseudonym of Emily Devenport.
When he was eleven, Mitchell Hogan was given the Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings to read, and a love of fantasy novels was born. He spent the next ten years reading, rolling dice, and
Reese Hogan loves nothing more than creating broken relationships in broken worlds. With a Bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in journalism, Hogan has spent the last twenty years honing
|Hogarth, M. C. A.|
James Hogg (1770–1835) was a Scottish poet and novelist who wrote in both Scots and English.
James Hogg. Wikipedia.
Stark Holborn is a novelist, games writer, film reviewer, and the author of Nunslinger and Triggernometry. Stark lives in the South West UK.
New York Times Bestselling author Nancy Holder was born in Los Altos, California. A navy brat, she went to middle school in Japan. When she was sixteen, she dropped out of high school
|Holdt, Thilde Kold|
I am a novelist by profession. For more than eleven years, I have been a k-pop fan, and I'm very interested in various cultures (particularly in South Korea). I have lived so many different places
Michael Holgate has spent over fifteen years exploring the world of theatre, dance, music, film and writing. He holds a BA (English) and an MPhil (Cultural Studies) from the University of the
Cecelia Holland (born 1943) began writing at age 12, and had finished three novels by 17! She received a BA from Connecticut College and briefly attended grad school at Columbia University, but
A pseudonym of Lucy Hounsom.
Sara Holland grew up in small-town Minnesota among hundreds of books. She graduated from Wesleyan University and worked in a tea shop, a dentist’s office, and a state capitol building before
|Holleman, Gary L.|
Helen Hollick (born 1953) is a British author. She is the author of an Arthurian trilogy, The Pendragon's Banner Trilogy, which is a re-telling of the Arthurian legend (written as what
Keith Hollihan is the author of Flagged Victor and The Four Stages of Cruelty (a Publishers Weekly 2010 Book of the Year). Born in Canada, he has travelled widely, and lived in Japan and the Czech Republic. He lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Jon Hollins is a pseudonym of Jonathan Wood.
|Holloway, Emma Jane|
Ever since childhood, Emma Jane Holloway refused to accept that history was nothing but facts prisoned behind the closed door of time. Why waste a perfectly good playground coloring within
Sarah Hollowell is a queer, fat Hoosier writer aiming to up the magic quotient of Indiana. She spends an awful lot of her nonwriting time listening to podcasts, needle felting cryptids, and replaying the same five video games.
|Holly, J. Hunter|
Joan Carol Holly (1932–1982) was a science fiction author who wrote under the pseudonym J. Hunter Holly in the late 1950s until the mid 1970's. Holly lived and wrote in Lansing, Michigan and
|Holm, Chris F.|
Chris F. Holm was born in Syracuse, New York, the grandson of a cop who passed along his passion for crime fiction. His work has appeared in such publications as Ellery Queen’s Mystery
|Holmberg, Charlie N.|
Charlie N. Holmberg is the award-winning author of the Numina series, The Fifth Doll, and many others. Her Wall Street Journal bestselling Paper Magician series, which
|Holmberg, D. K.|
New York Times and USA Today best selling author D. K. Holmberg is a full-time writer living in Minnesota and the author of multiple series including The Cloud Warrior Saga, The Dark Ability, The
Andrew Holmes’s first novel, ‘Sleb’, was shortlisted for the WH Smith New Talent Award in the UK. This was followed by ‘All Fur Coat’, ’64 Clarke’, and ‘Rain Dogs And Love Cats’,
Jeannie Holmes is a Mississippi native and holds both bachelor and master of arts degrees in English. She currently lives in Mobile, Alabama, with her husband and four neurotic cats. Blood
Julia Holmes was born in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, and grew up in the Middle East, Texas, and New York, where she is currently an assistant editor at Rolling Stone. She is a graduate of Trinity
|Holmes, Sara Lewis|
Sara Lewis Holmes is the author of Operation Yes, which was named to the Kids' Indie Next List and nominated for seven state awards, and Letters to Rapunzel, which won the Ursula
Jacob Holo is a former-Ohioan, former-Michigander living in sunny South Carolina. He describes himself as a writer, gamer, hobbyist, and engineer who started writing after his parents bought him
Claire Holroyde is a writer and graphic designer living outside of Philadelphia. The Effort is her first novel.
Ian Holt is a Dracula documentarian, historian and screenwriter.
Jonathan Holt, the author of The Abomination, studied English Literature at Oxford and is now the creative director of an advertising agency. He lives in London.
Terrence Holt taught literature and writing at Rutgers University and Swarthmore College for a decade before attending medical school. Many of these stories have appeared in different forms
Tom Holt (Thomas Charles Louis Holt, born 1961) is a British author. He has written humorous fantasy novels and also historical novels.
Tom Holt also writes under the pseudonym of K. J. Parker.
|Holyfield, P. G.|
Polly Holyoke grew up in Colorado where she spent her childhood skiing, camping, reading, and dreaming up stories. Polly went on to graduate from Middlebury College, become a middle school
Hans Holzer (1920–2009) was an Austrian-born, American pioneering paranormal researcher and author. He wrote well over 100 books on supernatural and occult
|Holzmann, Ashley Franz|
Ashley Franz Holzmann was born in Okinawa, Japan and raised in a variety of countries while his parents served in the Air Force. He considered attending art school, but is instead a graduate of
Nancy Holzner grew up in western Massachusetts with her nose stuck in a book. This meant that she tended to walk into things, wore glasses before she was out of elementary school, and forced her
Daniel Homan was born in Gainesville, Florida. His fiction has appeared in Crab Creek Review, Fantasy Magazine, Word Riot, and Fail Better.
Ronald Gordon Honeycombe (born 1936) is an author, playwright and stage actor, well known in the United Kingdom as a national television newscaster.
Gordon Honeycombe. Wikipedia.
|Hong, Jane Cooper|
Janos Honkonen is a guy in his late 30′s from the Commie Reindeerland of Finland. He's been making his living in various jobs, including research in computational linguistics, wrestling
|Honsinger, H. Paul|
H. Paul Honsinger is the author of the "Man of War" Series, the first two volumes of which were a hit in self-publication and that are now being issued in mainstream publication by 47North
Daniel Hood (born 1967) is an American fantasy author.
Ken Hood is a pseudonym of Dave Duncan.
Robert (Maxwell) Hood (born 1951) is an Australian writer and editor recognised as one of Australia's leading horror writers. He has published five young adult novels, three collections of his
Andrew was born in 1967 in Norwich and began writing in 1987, with the assistance of the Government's Enterprise Allowance Scheme. After a period of travelling he continued writing in his
Edward Hoornaert was born in Chicago and he currently lives in Tucson, Arizona.
International and #1 New York Times bestselling author of romance, YA, thriller, women's fiction and paranormal romance.
|Hoover, Kenneth Mark|
Kenneth Mark Hoover is a professional writer living in Dallas, TX. He has sold over 60 short stories and is a member of SFWA and HWA. His fiction has appeared in Beneath Ceaseless
|Hoover, P. J.|
Anastasia Hopcus is an American author. She lives in Austin, Texas.
Anastasia Hopcus wrote her first book in the 2nd grade. It was entitled Frederick
|Hopkins, Brian A.|
Ellen Hopkins is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of fourteen young adult novels, as well as the adult novels Triangles, Collateral, and Love Lies Beneath.
|Hopman, Ellen Evert|
Ellen Evert Hopman. Wikipedia.
Dara Horn is a two-time winner of the National Jewish Book Award for Fiction and one of Granta’s Best American Novelists. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and four children.
|Horn, J. D.|
J. D. Horn was raised in rural Tennessee, and has since carried a bit of its red clay in him while traveling the world, from Hollywood, to Paris, to Tokyo. He studied comparative literature as an
Nick Hornby (born 1957) is an English novelist, essayist, lyricist, and screenwriter. He is best known for the novels High Fidelity and About a Boy, as well as for the football
Steven Hornby grew up near Preston in the north of England and has been in the entertainment industry for nearly 15 years, working extensively on heartwarming and award-winning visual effects
|Horne, David J.|
David J. Horne was born in Southwark London, and grew up in Kent and Hampshire. He joined the British Army (Royal Corps. Et Signals), serving a two year tour in Northern Ireland. He left the
|Horne, Katerina Mathie|
Katerina Mathie Horne resides in the ever-sunny city of Darwin in Australia with her young daughter Grace, her family and a very close circle of friends including, of course, her beloved pets
|Horner, W. H.|
|Hornsby, Jason S.|
Anthony Horowitz (born 1956) is a British author and screenwriter. He has written many children's novels, including the Power of Five, Alex Rider
Eli Horowitz was the managing editor and then publisher of McSweeney's for eight years. The author of The Silent History, he is also the coauthor of The Clock Without a Face, a
Caitlin Horrocks is the author of the story collection This Is Not Your City and the novel The Vexations. She is a recipient of the O. Henry Prize, the Pushcart Prize, and the
Ben Horton enjoys acting in his spare time and is a long time fan of Marvel comics and action movies. He lives and works in London.
William Horwood was born 1944 in Oxford, England.
William Horwood has written books about the world of The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. These books are sequels to
Rik has worked on graphic novels and comics with best-selling authors and many top franchises including Star Wars and Doctor Who. The authors that Rik has collaborated with include Brandon
|Hossain, Saad Z.|
Saad Z Hossain is the author of two novels, Escape from Baghdad! and Djinn City. He lives in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
|Höst, Andrea K.|
Andrea K Höst was born in Sweden but raised in Australia - mainly in Townsville, Queensland. She now lives in Sydney.
Andrea writes fantasy and science fantasy, and enjoys creating
|Hostetter, Carl F.|
Carl F. Hostetter (born 1965) is a computer scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, head of the international Elvish Linguistic Fellowship, and a specialist in J.R.R. Tolkien's languages.
Trained as a physicist, philosopher and economist in a nearish galaxy quite a long time ago, Stewart Hotston now works in high finance fiddling around with weapons of financial destruction. When
|Houarner, Gerard Daniel|
|Hough, Jason M.|
Jason M. Hough was born in Illinois, but grew up on the mean streets of suburban San Diego, California. In 1978, at age six, his parents took him to see Star Wars, and so began a
Lucy Hounsom is the author of 'The Worldmaker Trilogy', the first book of which, Starborn, was shortlisted for the David Gemmell Morningstar Award for best fantasy debut in 2016. She has a
|House, Barry J.|
David Houston is a pseudonym of an American writer Houston Force Lumpkin III.
Gabriela was born and raised in Poland, brought up on a diet of mythologies and fairy tales. She spent her summers exploring the woods, foraging and animal tracking with her family. At 19, Gabriela
Isabel was born in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. She began her career as a secondary school teacher, during which time she became very active in the Dutch women's movement. She eventually gave up
|Howard, A. G.|
A.G. Howard is most at home when weaving the melancholy and macabre into settings and scenes, twisting the expected into the unexpected. She was inspired to write Splintered while
Seventeen Magazine Summer Club author Amalie Howard spent most of her childhood with her nose buried in a book or running around barefoot, shimmying up mango trees and dreaming of adventure. 22
|Howard, Elizabeth Jane|
Elizabeth Jane Howard (born 1923) is a British novelist. She was an actress and a model before becoming a novelist.
Elizabeth Jane Howard. Wikipedia.
Eva Howard is the author of League of Archers. When she’s not writing, Eva escapes the city to hike and camp in the forest - and has even tried her hand at archery. She lives in New York.
|Howard, Hanna C.|
In her own words (link):
"My name’s Hanna, and I write YA fantasy with a classic bent, in the tradition of Robin McKinley, Kristen
John Howard was born in London. His books include The Defeat of Grief, The Lustre of Time, The Silver Voices, Written by Daylight, Cities and Thrones and
|Howard, Jonathan L.|
Jonathan L. Howard is a game designer, scriptwriter, and a veteran of the computer-games industry since the early nineties, with titles such as the Broken Sword series to his credit. He is
Kat Howard’s short fiction has been nominated for the World Fantasy Award, anthologized in best of and annual best of collections, and performed on NPR. She is the author of the critically
Linda S. Howington (born 1950) is an American best-selling romance and suspense author under her pseudonym Linda Howard. Before she became a writer, she was an avid reader and fond of
Madeline Howard is a pseudonym of Teresa Edgerton.
|Howard, Nicholas Ryan|
Nicholas Ryan Howard is a Los Angeles-based writer and poet who hails from Long Beach, California. He was educated at The University of Southern California where he received his bachelor’s degree
|Howard, Robert E.|
Robert Ervin Howard (1906–1936) was an American author. He who wrote pulp fiction in a diverse range of genres. His most famous character is Conan the Barbarian. With Conan and his other heroes
|Howard, Russ T.|
Susan Howatch (born 1940) is an English author. Her writing career has been distinguished by family saga-type novels which describe the lives of related characters for long periods of time. Her
|Howe, David J.|
Katherine Howe is completing a PhD in American and New England Studies, and is a descendant of Elizabeth Proctor, who survived the Salem witch trials, and Elizabeth Howe, who did not. The idea
|Howel, L. E.|
Hugh Howey is the author of the award-winning Molly Fyde Saga and the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Wool series. He lives in Jupiter, FL with his wife Amber and their dog Bella.
|Howlett, Winston A.|
Meg Howrey is better known as being half of Magnus Flyte (a pseudonym she shares with Christina Lynch), the New York Times bestselling author of City of Dark Magic.
Imogen Howson writes science fiction and fantasy for adults and young adults, and is the winner of the 2008 Elizabeth Goudge Award for her romantic fiction. She works as an occasional editor
Sir Fred Hoyle FRS (1915–2001) was an English astronomer noted primarily for his contribution to the theory of stellar nucleosynthesis and his often
Geoffrey Hoyle (born 1942) is an English science fiction writer, best known for the works which he co-authored with his father, the astronomer ... Read more ...
|Hoyt, Daniel M.|
|Hoyt, Sarah A.|
Sarah A. Hoyt is an author who also writes under the names Sarah D'Almeida and Elise Hyatt.
Hoyt writes fiction in various genres. Most notably, the first book in her Shakespearean fantasy
Elizabeth Hrib was born and raised in London, Ontario, but now calls Halifax home. She spends her nine-to-five time as a nurse. When she’s not nursing or writing, she can be found at the piano,
CR Hruska is a fan of everything medieval – especially movies and shows, or a good story that will allow his mind to wander throughout the middle ages. He also loves big cats. His favorite is the
|Huang, S. L.|
S. L. Huang has a math degree from MIT and is a professional stuntwoman & armorer who has worked in Hollywood on Battlestar Galactica and a number of other productions. Her short fiction has
|Hubbard, L. Ron|
Lafayette Ronald Hubbard (1911–1986), better known as L. Ron Hubbard (and often referred to by his initials, LRH), was an American pulp fiction author turned religious leader who founded the Church of Scientology.
Will Hubbell also writes under the pseudonym of Morgan Howell.
|Huchu, T. L.|
T. L. Huchu (he/him) has been published previously (as Tendai Huchu) in the adult market, but The Library of the Dead is his genre fiction debut. His previous books (The Hairdresser of
|Hudson, Edward S.|
Edward S. Huston is a pseudonym of Robert E. Vardeman.
Michael Hudson is a pseudonym of Michael P. Kube-McDowell.
Born and raised in Oklahoma, Tara Hudson graduated with a degree in law, mostly because she believed all the horror stories about English majors and their careers in the food-service industry.
|Hudson, W. H.|
William Henry Hudson (1841–1922) was an author, naturalist, and ornithologist.
William Henry Hudson. Wikipedia.
|Hudspeth, E. B.|
E. B. Hudspeth is an artist and writer living in New Jersey with his wife and two children.
Roy Huff is the author of Amazon's #1 international bestselling epic fantasy novel, Everville: The First Pillar; InD'Tale Magazine's Crème de la cover March 2014 winner,
Tanya Sue Huff (born 1957) is a Canadian fantasy author. Her stories have been published since the late 1980s, including five fantasy series and one science fiction series. One of these, her
|Huggins, James Byron|
William Huggins lives, writes, works, and explores the desert southwest with his wife, daughter, and three rescue dogs. Due to his father’s work for the United States Air Force, he moved a lot
Barry Hughart (born 1934) is an American author.
Barry Hughart. Wikipedia.
Devon Hughes is the author of the Unnaturals series. She has always been inspired by the frontiers of nature and science. An animal lover since childhood, Devon enjoys imagining our
Ken Hughes lives in Los Angeles and has worked as a technical writer for missions to Mars and the governing body of the Internet (ICANN). He writes paranormal thrillers and urban fantasy, and has
|Hughes, Kerrie L.|
Kerrie L. Hughes has edited thirteen anthologies in addition to Shadowed Souls, including Maiden Matron Crone, Children of Magic, Fellowship Fantastic, and Dimension Next Door.
|Hughes, Michael M.|
Monica Hughes OC (1925–2003), was a Canadian science fiction author. Her last name was Ince until she married Glen Hughes. She was born in Liverpool, England,
Naomi Hughes is a freelance editor and has been a Pitch Wars mentor for three years. She lives in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Afterimage is her first novel.
Rhys Henry Hughes (born 1966) is a Welsh writer and essayist.
Born in Cardiff, Hughes is a prolific short story writer with an eclectic mix of influences, which include Italo Calvino,
|Hughes, Robert Don|
Dr. Robert Don Hughes (born 1949) is an American author and educator.
Robert Don Hughes. Wikipedia.
Ilze Hugo is a South African author. First novel, The Down Days, coming out in 2020 from Skybound Books.
Douglas Hulick was born in Fargo, ND
|Hull, E. Mayne|
Edna Mayne Hull (1905-1975) was the wife of A. E. van Vogt. She wrote three novels with her husband.
|Hull, Elizabeth Anne|
Elizabeth Anne Hull, PhD (born 1937), is an American academic, political activist and science fiction expert.
She is Professor Emerita of William Rainey Harper College in Palatine,
Jonathan Huls has a permanent home in San Diego with his wife, Brigette, but they travel the world extensively at every moment they can. They can be sighted attending the World Cup, relaxing
Thomas Hulse lives in North Yorkshire. His interests include history, philosophy and martial arts. Pale Wolves is his first novel.
|Human, Charlie |
Charlie Human is a denizen of South Africa’s speculative fiction scene. His short story, ‘The Immaculate Particle’, appeared in Pandemonium: Stories of the Apocalypse,
|Humble, C. S.|
C. S. Humble is an American novelist, short story writer, and comic book author. He lives in East Texas with his wonderful family and their two huskies.
|Hume, M. K.|
M. K. Hume is a retired academic. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Arthurian literature and has fulfilled her life-long dream of writing novels about the legend of King Arthur and Merlin. She currently lives in Australia with her husband.
Claire Humphrey is a reviews editor at Ideomancer and a national buyer for Indigo Books. Her short fiction has appeared in Strange Horizons, Beneath Ceaseless Skies,
Chris (C.C.) Humphreys was born in Toronto and grew up in the UK. All four grandparents were actors and since his father was an actor as well, it was inevitable he would follow the bloodline. He
|Hunder, Logan J.|
Logan J. Hunder is a Canadian comedy fantasy writer who felt empowered after graduating from college to explore his passion for writing to its fullest potential. So far, that's resulted in Witches Be Crazy, his debut novel.
Gill Hunt is a pen name used by David Arthur Griffiths, Dennis Hughes, E. C. Tubb, John Brunner and John W. Jennison.
Laird Hunt is an American writer, translator and academic.
Hunt grew up in Singapore, San Francisco, The Hague, and London before moving to his grandmother's farm in rural Indiana, where he
|Hunt, S. A.|
Stephen Hunt has worked as a writer, editor and publisher for a number of magazines and national newspaper groups in the UK, and is currently employed on an artificial intelligence project. He is
Isobel Violet Hunt (1862–1942) was a British author and literary hostess. Her father was the artist Alfred William Hunt, her mother the novelist and translator Margaret Raine Hunt. Her
|Hunt, Walter H.|
Walter H. Hunt (born 1959) is a science fiction novelist from Massachusetts, United States. His writings currently include the Dark Wing series, a military science fictionspace opera, as
|Hunter, C. C.|
C. C. Hunter grew up in Alabama, where she caught lightning bugs, ran barefoot, and regularly rescued potential princes, in the form of Alabama bullfrogs, from her brothers. Today, she's still
Elizabeth Hunter is a contemporary fantasy, paranormal romance, and contemporary romance writer. She is a graduate of the University of Houston Honors College and a former English teacher. She once
Erin Hunter is a collective pseudonym used by the several authors like Victoria Holmes, Kate Cary, Cherith Baldry, Inbali Iserles, Tui T. Sutherland, Kasey Widhalm and Rosie Best, in the writing of
Evan Hunter (1926–2005) was an American author and screenwriter. Born Salvatore Albert Lombino, he legally adopted the name Evan Hunter in 1952. While successful and well-known as Evan
Gwendolyn Faith Hunter is an American author and blogger, writing in the fantasy and thriller genres. She writes as Faith Hunter in the fantasy genre, and as
|Hunter, James A.|
"Hey all, my name is James Hunter and I’m a writer, among other things. So just a little about me: I’m a former Marine Corps Sergeant, combat veteran, and pirate hunter
Megan Hunter was born in Manchester in 1984, and now lives in Cambridge with her young family. She has a BA in English Literature from Sussex University, and an MPhil in English Literature:
Maureen Mollie Hunter McIlwraith, more commonly known as Mollie Hunter (born 1922), is a Scottish writer. She was born and bred near Edinburgh in the small village of Longniddry. Her debut was
|Hunter, S. L.|
Stephen Hunter has written eighteen novels. The retired chief film critic for The Washington Post, where he won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Criticism, he has also
|Hunter, Sylvia Izzo|
Sylvia Izzo Hunter is the author of The Midnight Queen. She was born in Calgary, Alberta, but now lives in Toronto with her husband and daughter and their slightly out-of-control
|Hunter, T. M.|
Geoffrey Huntington lives in a house by the sea near to the place where, three hundred years ago, a pirate ship sunk below the waves. The screams of the doomed men can still be heard from
|Hur, Angela Mi Young|
Born in Los Angeles to Korean immigrant parents. Graduated from Phillips Academy, Harvard, and Notre Dame. Currently living in Stockholm, Sweden. Despite what it seems, Folklorn is her true literary and spiritual debut.
|Hurley, Andrew Michael|
Andrew Michael Hurley (born 1975) is a British writer whose debut novel, The Loney, was published in a limited edition of 278 copies on 1 October 2014 by Tartarus Press and was published
Kameron Hurley is the author of The Stars are Legion and the essay collection The Geek Feminist Revolution, as well as the award-winning God’s War Trilogy and The
New York Times bestselling ghostgirl author, Tonya Hurley, has credits spanning all platforms of teen entertainment including: creating, writing and producing two hit TV series,
Celso Hurtado was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. He has been a punk guitarist, worked in the political arena, and currently works in the insurance field. He attended the University of Texas
Gregg Hurwitz is the New York Times bestselling author of fifteen thrillers. His novels have been shortlisted for numerous literary awards, graced top ten lists, and have been
Christopher B. Husberg was born in Alaska and studied at Brigham Young University, where he went on to teach creative writing. His short story collection Look Me in the Stars received
Anthony Huso lives in Cedar Park, Texas. He is the author of The Last Page and Black Bottle.
An interview with Anthony Huso. Risingshadow.net.
Paul Huson (born 1942) is a British-born author and artist currently living in the United States. In addition to writing several books about occultism and
|Huss, J. A.|