Hiroyuki Aigamo is a Japanese artist best known for his work on the manga adaptations of the Accel World light novel franchise.
Brian W. Aldiss
Brian Aldiss was born in and exiled from East Dereham in Norfolk in 1925 and is one of the doyens of science fiction both as a writer and critic. He is also an accomplished memoirist (THE TWINKLING OF AN EYE; THE HAND-REARED BOY, etc).
Paolo Bacigalupi's The Windup Girl was one of the most celebrated SF debuts of all time, winning both the Hugo and Nebula awards. Following a number of award-winning novels for younger readers, The Water Knife marks his return to adult fiction. He is a New York Times bestseller and National Book Award finalist, and lives in Colorado with his wife and son.
Greg Bear is one of the world's leading hard SF authors. He sold his first short story, at the age of fifteen, to Robert Lowndes's Famous Science Fiction. A full-time writer, he lives in Washington with his family.
Gregory Benford, as well as being author of more than a dozen critically acclaimed science fiction novels, is a professor of physics at the University of California at Irvine.
Robert Jackson Bennett
Robert Bennett lives in Austin, Texas.
Amongst other titles, Raymond has written ten authorised James Bond works, including a non-fiction title that was nominated for an Edgar Allen Poe Award. Under a pseudonym, he is also the author of the NEW YORK TIMES bestselling books that continue Tom Clancy's line of political thrillers.
Chris Brookmyre was a journalist before becoming a full-time novelist with the publication of his award-winning debut QUITE UGLY ONE MORNING, which established him as one of Britain's leading crime authors. His Jack Parlabane novels have sold more than one million copies in the UK alone.
Robert Buettner is a former Military Intelligence Officer, National Science Foundation Fellow in Paleontology and has published in the field of Natural Resources Law. He lives in Georgia. His website is www.RobertBuettner.com
D. Nolan Clark
D. Nolan Clark is a pseudonym of an acclaimed author who has previously published several novels in different genres.
D. Nolan Clarke
D. Nolan Clark is a pseudonym for an acclaimed author who has previously published several novels in different genres.
Arthur C Clarke
Arthur C. Clarke was the world's best known author of science fiction, winner of many awards and accolades for his writing. He died in February 2008.
John Clute is an award-winning SF and fantasy critic and in 1994 received the Pilgrim award for distinguished contributions to the study of science fiction. He is the co-editor of the acclaimed Encyclopedias of Science Fiction and Fantasy.
ALLAN COLE has been an investigative reporter and national news editor of a major West Coast daily paper.
Keith R. A. DeCandido
Keith R.A. DeCandido was born and raised in New York City to a family of librarians. He has writtenover two dozen novels, as well as short stories, nonfiction,eBooks, and comic books. Most of these are invarious media universes, among them Star Trek,World of Warcraft, Marvel Comics, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Serenity, Resident Evil and Doctor Who. His original novel Dragon Precinctwas published in 2004. In what he laughingly calls hisspare time, Keith follows the New York Yankees and practices kenshikai karate. He still lives in New York City with his girlfriend and two insane cats.
Terry DeHart is a former US Marine and NASA security analyst. Three of his stories have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Terry lives with his wife and daughters in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Gardner Dozois edited Asimov's Science Fictionmagazine for twenty years. He has won the Hugo Award for Best Editor fifteen times and has also received numerous Nebula Awards. He lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
KATE ELLIOTT is the author of many novels, including BLACK WOLVES, COURT OF FIVES, the Spiritwalker trilogy, the Novels of the Jaran, and the Crossroads trilogy. KING'S DRAGON, the first novel in the Crown of Stars series, was a Nebula Award finalist, and THE GOLDEN KEY (with Melanie Rawn and Jennifer Roberson) was a World Fantasy Award finalist. Kate was born in Iowa, raised in Oregon, and now lives in Hawaii. She invites you to visit her website at kateelliott.com or follow her on Twitter @KateElliottSFF.
David Feintuch worked as an antiques dealer, photographer, real-estate investor and attorney before becoming a full-time writer. His lifelong interest in the British Navy and the Napoleonic era provided background material for the Seafort Saga, for which he won the John W. Campbell Award as best new writer for 1996. David Feintuch died in 2006.
Alan Dean Foster
Alan Dean Foster is the author of many SF adventures, the Spellsinger fantasy series and a number of film and TV tie-ins - including the hugely popular Alien novelizations.