Diane Turnshek is an astronomer who’s been published in Analog and elsewhere. She served as Eastern Regional Director and ran the 2007 Nebulas in NYC.
French-born Aliette de Bodard writes SF and fantasy in English–her second language. Her work has appeared in Interzone and other professional venues.
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Having written over 100 books, Alan Dean Foster has won awards in Russia, Spain and the U.S., and been translated into more than fifty languages.
Lois Gresh is the New York Times Best-Selling Author of 15 pop science books and 4 SFF novels. Her books are in 18 countries.
Jeff Carlson is the international bestselling author of the Plague Year novels. Readers can find free fiction, videos, contests and more at www.jverse.com
Michael Bishop’s novels No Enemy But Time and Brittle Innings have won the Nebula Award and the Locus Award, respectively. He lives in Georgia.
Edward M. Lerner is a physicist, computer scientist, and proud curmudgeon. He uses all three skills in his hard SF novels and occasional technology articles. He is a lifetime active member of SFWA.
Deborah Chester is the internationally published author of 38 novels, most recently THE CROWN from Ace, and a short story in Tor’s 2009 TWILIGHT ZONE anthology.
The 2009 Stoker Awards were presented Saturday, June 13 in Burbank California. Each year, the Horror Writer’s Association presents the Bram Stoker Awards for Superior Achievement.