Gwyneth Jones writes science fiction and fantasy for both adults and
She has been nominated for the Arthur C Clarke Award five times, winning
on the fifth occasion with Bold as Love. She was one of the judges
for the award in 1996. The first novel in the Aleutian series, White
Queen, was co-winner of the James Tiptree Award, for science fiction
exploring gender roles.
Her fairytale collection Seven Tales and a
Fable won two World Fantasy Awards.
She writes for teenagers under the name
Ann Halam. The FearMan (Ann Halam) won the Dracula Society's Children of the
She lives in Brighton with her husband and son.
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