Heliotrope Issue 5 Contributors


Lou Anders is an 2008/2007 Hugo Award nominee, 2007 Chesley Award nominee and 2006 World Fantasy Award nominee, and is the editorial director of Prometheus Books’ science fiction imprint Pyr, as well as the anthologies Fast Forward 2 (Pyr, October 2008), Sideways in Crime (Solaris, June 2008), Fast Forward 1(Pyr, February 2007), FutureShocks (Roc, January 2006), Projections: Science Fiction in Literature & Film (MonkeyBrain, December 2004), Live Without a Net (Roc, 2003), and Outside the Box (Wildside Press, 2001). In 2000, he served as the Executive Editor of Bookface.com, and before that he worked as the Los Angeles Liaison for Titan Publishing Group. He is the author of The Making of Star Trek: First Contact (Titan Books, 1996), and has published over 500 articles in such magazines as The Believer, Publishers Weekly, Dreamwatch, Star Trek Monthly, Star Wars Monthly, Babylon 5 Magazine, Sci Fi Universe, Doctor Who Magazine, and Manga Max. His articles and stories have been translated into Danish, Greek, German, Italian and French, and have appeared online at SFSite.com, RevolutionSF.com and InfinityPlus.co.uk.

Hal Duncan is the author of Vellum and Ink, the former being nominated for the World Fantasy, Locus, and British Fantasy Society Awards. His novella Escape From Hell was published by Monkeybrain Books last year.

You can visit Duncan at his site notesfromthegeekshow.blogspot.com

Neil Gaiman is a NY Times Bestselling novelist and has garnered the Hugo, Nebula, Bram Stoker, Eisner, and World Fantasy Awards for his novels, short fiction, and/or comics. He was also the 2009 Newbery Medal recipient. Among his film work are adaptations of his novels Stardust and Coraline.

You can visit Neil Gaiman at his site www.neilgaiman.com

Rhys Hughes – Maliciously maligned in his home land, Rhys Hughes’ books have found success amongst the far more discerning and fruit-favouring folk of the Iberian Peninsula. Also, his ears are spoons. His book, A New Universal History of Infamy, has recently been published in Spanish.

You can visit Hughes at rhysaurus.blogspot.com

Paul S. Kemp is the NY Times Bestselling novelist, most of which taking place in the Forgotten Realms setting. He is currently writing a forthcoming Star Wars novel entitled Crosscurrent.

You can visit Kemp at his site home.earthlink.net/~paulskemp/paulskempshomepage

Chris Roberson is a multiple time World Fantasy Award finalist, and a winner of the Sidewise Award for his fiction. His novels include Here There and Everywhere, The Voyage of Night Shining White, and Paragaea: A Planetary Romance. He is also writing a spin-off miniseries to the popular Vertigo title Fables called Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love.
You can visit Roberson at his site www.chrisroberson.net

Bryan Talbot is the Eisner, Eagle, and Inkpot awarding winning creator of projects like Luther Arkwright, A Tale of One Bad Rat, and Alice in Sunderland

Catherynne M. Valente is the author of such novels as Labyrinth, Yume No Hon, The Grass-Cutting Sword, Palimpsest, and the Orphan’s Tales duology. She is a Tiptree Award winning author and Rhysling Award winning poet.

You can visit here at her site www.catherynnemvalente.com

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