Neil Gaiman is a messy-haired white male author trapped in the body of an identical white male author with perhaps even less-tidy hair. His books and comics have won many awards. He thanks you for your offer of a comb but does not believe it would do any good. Despite being English, he lives more in America than he does anywhere else in the world, and is currently somewhere in his mid-forties.
David Gemmell's first novel, Legend, was published in 1984 and he is now widely acclaimed as Britain's king of heroic fantasy.
Jo Graham works in Washington, DC, where she is the executive director of a partisan non-profit organization. Since 1992 she has worked in politics in a variety of roles, including polling, campaign finance, and grassroots campaign organising.
Ian Graham lives in the north of England. The Path of the Hawk is a prequel to his first novel, Monument. His website can be found at iansgraham.net.
Mira Grant is the open pseudonym of Seanan McGuire, a successful fantasy writer and the winner of the 2010 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer.
'Julia Gray' is the pseudonym of an author whose previous novels have sold over 300,000 copies.
Kate Griffin is the name under which Carnegie Medal-nominated author, Catherine Webb, writes fantasy novels for adults. An acclaimed author of young adult books under her own name, Catherine's amazing debut, MIRROR DREAMS, was written when she was only fourteen years old, and garnered comparisons with Terry Pratchett and Philip Pullman.