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P.D. Cacek
Pat Cadigan
Richard Calder
Steve Cammick
Ramsey Campbell
William Campbell
Trudi Canavan
Michael Capobianco
Oscar Cappelli
Orson Scott Card
Lillian Stewart Carl
Edward Carmien
Jacqueline Carey
Isobelle Carmody
Susan Carpenter
Steve Carper
John F. Carr
Michael Carr
Grant Carrington
Jonathan Carroll
Michael Carroll
Margaret L. Carter
Raphael Carter
Robert Carter
Jeffrey A. Carver
Jay Caselberg
C.A. Casey
Amy Sterling Casil
Adam-Troy Castro
Frank Catalano
Ivan Cat
Jeanne Cavelos
Sally Caves
Mark Chadbourn
Jack L Chalker
Stephen Chambers
Ann Chamberlin
Tony Chandler
Karen Chance
Suzy McKee Charnas
Daina Chaviano
E.L. Chen
Shirley Cheng
B.A. Chepaitis
C.J. Cherryh
Grace Chetwin
Lincoln Child
K.G. Childs
Rob Chilson
Hertzan Chimera
Mary Choo
Deborah Christian
Stephanie Churchill
Anna Ciddor
G.O. Clark
Lee Clark
Robert J. Clark
Simon Clark
J. Brian Clarke
Jo Clayton
Douglas Clegg
James Clemens
Hal Clement
Dan Clore
Brenda Clough
John Clute
Stephen Euin Cobb
Mike Cobley
Molly Cochran
David B. Coe
Frank Coffman
Bernard Cohen
Lisa R. Cohen
Winston Cohen
Allan Cole
Jenn Coleman-Reese
Graham P. Collins
Helen Collins
K. Justice Collins
Paul Collins
Ron Collins
Michael Coney
Ralan Conley
Adam Connell
Gary W. Conner
Storm Constantine
William G. Contento
Dawn Cook
Glen Cook
Hugh Cook
Paul Cook
Catherine Cooke
Tom Cool
Astrid Cooper
Brenda Cooper
H.M. Cooper
Louise Cooper
Conor Corderoy
Greg Costikyan
Denis Côté
Martin Cox
Elaine Corvidae
Tracy Cozzens
Kathryn Cramer
John Cramer
David Crawford
Dave Creek
Gary Crew
Michael Crichton
Ann C. Crispin
Jeff Crook
Jennifer Crusie
Lillian Csernica
J.A. Cullum
Elaine Cunningham
Paul Curran
Diana J. Curtis
Louise Cusack
Leah Cutter
James R. Cypher
Julie E. Czerneda

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James Branch Cabell
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P.D. Cacek
Pat Cadigan
Jack Cady
Martin Caidin
Martin Caidin
James L. Cambias
Italo Calvino
  Italo Calvino
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John W. Campbell Jr.
  John W. Campbell Jr.
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  John W Campbell Jr.
Ramsey Campbell
Karel Capek
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Orson Scott Card
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Jacqueline Carey
Caleb Carr
Terry Carr
Jonathan Carroll
  Jonathan Carroll
  Jonathan Carroll
Lewis Carroll
Angela Carter
  Angela Carter
Raphael Carter
Lin Carter
  Lin Carter
Cleve Cartmill
  Cleve Cartmill
Miguel de Cervantes
  Miguel de Cervantes
Michael Chabon
Mark Chadbourn
Jack Chalker
  Jack L. Chalker
A. Bertram Chandler
  A. Bertram Chandler
  A. Bertram Chandler
Joel Champetier
Louis Charbonneau
Robert R. Chase
C.J.Cherryh
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  C.J.Cherryh
Emily Chesley
G.K. Chesterton
Ted Chiang
  Ted Chiang
Rob Chilson
Eric Choi
Leslie Choyce
John Christopher
Chris Claremont
Arthur C. Clarke
  Arthur C. Clarke
  Arthur C. Clarke
  Arthur C. Clarke
  Arthur C. Clarke
Hal Clement
  Hal Clement
John Clute
Michael Cobley
Theodore R. Cogswell
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
John Collier
Nancy A. Collins
  Nancy A. Collins
  Nancy A. Collins
Groff Conklin
Lawrence C. Connolly
Storm Constantine
Glen Cook
  Glen Cook
  Glen Cook
  Glen Cook
Hugh Cook
  Tom Cool
  Tom Cool
Tom Cool
Edmund Cooper
  Edmund Cooper
  Edmund Cooper
Louise Cooper
   Louise Cooper
Susan Cooper
Juanita Coulson
Albert E. Cowdrey
John Crowley
  John Crowley
  John Crowley
  John Crowley
Greg Cox
Edmund Crispin
Peter Crowther
Ray Cummings
Carolyn Cushman
Julie E. Czerneda

Ramsey Campbell
Ramsey Campbell was born in 1946 in Liverpool, UK. His first exposure to horror fiction came at the age of five when he saw a copy of Weird Tales and began collecting them at ten. When Campbell was just 16, August Derleth published one of his stories in an anthology along with Robert Bloch, William Hope Hodgson and H. P. Lovecraft. Ramsey Campbell's first collection, The Inhabitant of the Lake, was published in 1965, followed by another, Demons by Daylight, in 1973. His first novel, The Doll Who Ate His Mother appeared in 1976. He has also edited several collections including (along with Stephen Jones) the annual Best New Horror anthology.

Orson Scott Card
Orson Scott Card is the author of Ender's Game, Lost Boys, Treasure Box, Children of the Mind, and many others. Hatrack River, his official website, contains news, review reprints, the OSC Library, a message centre and writers group, and a list of the author's upcoming appearances. A number of fans have also created excellent resource pages on Card, including Chuck Adkins, Michael Cardoso and others.

Jacqueline Carey
Jacqueline Carey was born in 1964 in Highland Park, Illinois. After receiving B.A. degrees in psychology and English literature, she spent half a year living in London and working in a bookstore, travelling once the work permit expired. Upon returning to the U.S., she embarked on a writing career, travelling when possible, thus far ranging from Finland to Egypt. She currently lives in western Michigan, where she is a founding member of the oldest Mardi Gras krewe in the state.

Jonathan Carroll
Jonathan Carroll was born in 1949 in New York. His father was a screenwriter; his mother an actress and lyricist. He attended Rutgers University then the University of Virginia. He became an English teacher, eventually moving to the American International School in Vienna, Austria, in 1974. Carroll still lives in Vienna with his family.

Jeffrey Carver Jeffrey Carver
Jeffrey Carver is the author of The Chaos Chronicles: Neptune Crossing, Strange Attractors and The Infinite Sea (all from Tor), among other books.

Suzy McKee Charnas
Read THE BEAST'S EMBRACE, a complete short tale by the author of Dorthea Dreams, The Vampire Tapestry, and other classic horror novels.

C.J. Cherryh C.J. Cherryh
C.J. Cherryh attended the U of Oklahoma and received a B.A. in Latin in 1964 before moving on to Johns Hopkins for a MA in Classics. Her awards include the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer and Hugo Awards for her short story "Cassandra" and her novels Downbelow Station and Cyteen. She was Guest of Honor at Bucconeer, the 1998 World Science Fiction Convention, in Baltimore.

Brenda W. Clough
Having published six novels in the last dozen or so years, Brenda W. Clough also write short stories and, sometimes, non-fiction. Periodically, she teaches writing at the Writer's Center in Bethesda, MD. She and her husband, Larry, have two children. Her latest book, How Like A God, (Tor 1997) is a contemporary suburban fantasy.

John Clute
John Clute was born in Toronto in 1940. He was raised there, and in Vancouver, Winnipeg and Montreal. He first left Canada in 1956, and returned to Toronto in 1964, where he wrote for the Varsity, did the New Fiction weekly column for the Toronto Star (1966-1967), and wrote reviews for the Globe and Mail and other papers before 1968, when he moved to London, England.

John Clute's work as an author and editor include his first novel, The Disinheriting Party (Allison and Busby, 1977), the 5 volume Interzone: the Anthology series and his key role in putting together The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and The Encyclopedia of Fantasy. His awards include 3 Hugos and a World Fantasy Award.

David B. Coe
David B. Coe grew up just outside of New York City. He went to Brown then Stanford studying US history receiving his Ph.D. in 1993. Coe works as a freelance writer. The sequel to Children of Amarid, titled The Outlanders, is due before the end of 1998. He lives with his wife Nancy, a biology professor, and daughter Alex in Tennessee.

Allan Cole
Allan Cole's science fiction and fantasy works encompass the Sten Chronicles, the Antero series, and - most recently - The Timura Trilogy. His historical novels include A Reckoning For Kings: A Novel of Tet and A Daughter of Liberty.

Nancy A. Collins
She is the author of Walking Wolf, Wild Blood and Tempter plus her novels Sunglasses After Dark, In The Blood and Paint it Black, featuring her punk vampire heroine Sonja Blue, which was collected in the omnibus Midnight Blue from White Wolf. Her short fiction has appeared in such anthologies as The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror, Best New Horror and The Definitive Best of the Horror Show. Collins was the writer for DC Comics' Swamp Thing series from 1991 to 1993 and the co-editor of the erotic horror anthologies Forbidden Acts (Avon) and Dark Love (Roc).

Photo by Greg Parmentier
Glen Cook
Glen Cook
Glen Cook's works include the Black Company fantasy series and the Garrett hard-boiled-detective/fantasy series. He is also the author of the Dread Empire series. Eric Herrmann maintains this site on Cook, and Gregg Parmentier maintains The Official Glen Cook Bibliography.

Tom Cool
Tom Cool was born in 1955 in western Pennsylvania. He graduated from Penn State's creative writing program with honors. In 1979, he joined the United States Navy serving all over the world. He is the Deputy Director of Intelligence for Plans and Programs, United States Southern Command. Tom lives with his wife and two children in Miami, FL. His second novel, Secret Realms, is from Tor.

Greg Costikyan
Costikyan is the author of three fantasy novels and a number of well-respected games, from such publishers as SPI, Steve Jackson Games, and West End Games, including Toon, Star Trek: The Adventure Game, Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game, and the classic Paranoia. His site includes some nice artwork and novel excerpts.

John Cramer
John Cramer lives in Seattle, WA where he is a professor of physics at the University of Washington. He is the author of the acclaimed hard-SF novel, Twistor and writes a bimonthly column, Alternate View, for Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact magazine. He travels regularly to Switzerland to work at the CERN particle accelerator.

Julie E. Czerneda
Julie Czerneda is a Canadian science fiction writer who lives at the edge of a forest in Orillia, Ontario with her husband and two children. A former researcher in animal communication, she has also written non-fiction, from biology texts to the use of science fiction to develop literacy.


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