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Scott Edelman
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Rosemary Edghill
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Aarin Edwards
Graham Edwards
J.A. Edwards
James Edwards
Greg Egan
Doris Egan aka Jane Emerson
Phyllis Eisenstein
Suzette Haden Elgin
Kim Elizabeth
Dune Elliot
Kate Elliott
Louise Elliott
A.C. Ellis
Harlan Ellison
John Eric Ellison
Dale Elvy
Ru Emerson
Clayton Emery
Carol Emshwiller
Dick Eney
Sylvia Engdahl
M.J. Engh
Craig E. Engler
Craig English
Elizabeth Engstrom
Timons Esaias
Kelley Eskridge
Nancy Etchemendy
D.R. Evans
John Evans
Richard Evans
John Everson
Ann Ewan
Lonnie Ezell

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Umberto Eco
David Eddings
   David Eddings
E.R. Eddison
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G. C. Edmondson
Gabriel Edson
Graham Edwards
George Alec Effinger
  George Alec Effinger
Greg Egan
  Greg Egan
Suzette Haden Elgin
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Elton Elliott
Harlan Ellison
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P.N. Elrod
Clayton Emery
Carol Emshwiller
  Carol Emshwiller
Michael Ende
Steve Erickson
Steven Erikson
  Steven Erikson
  Steven Erikson
Timons Esaias
William Esrac
Rose Estes
Christopher Evans
Linda Evans

Rosemary Edghill Rosemary Edghill
Rosemary Edghill is the pseudonym for eluki bes shahar, the prolific author of science fiction, fantasy, and mystery novels, including the popular Bast novels. Her first SF work was Hellflower in 1991. Her fantasy novels include the Twelve Treasures series from DAW, and her SF works are Darktraders (DAW, 1992), Archangel Blues (DAW 1993), and Smoke and Mirrors (1997 X-Men Novel, Boulevard Books and Byron Preiss Multimedia Company)


David Eddings
David Eddings spent much of his life in the United State Army, as a buyer for the Boeing Company, has been a grocery clerk, and has taught college English. parts of the United States. His first novel, High Hunt (published in 1973), was a contemporary adventure story. Soon the field of fantasy called and thus began a remarkable publishing career. His series, The Belgariad consisting of Pawn of Prophecy (1982), Queen of Sorcery (1982), Magician's Gambit (1983), Castle of Wizardry (1984) and Enchanter's Endgame (1984)] and The Malloreon Guardians of the West (1987), King of the Murgos (1988), Demon Lord of Karanda (1988), The Sorceress of Darshiva (1989), and The Seeress of Kell (1991)] along with Belgarath the Sorcerer (1995) and Polgara the Sorceress (1997) all serve to establish him and his wife, Leigh, as one of the best selling fantasy novelists in recent memory.


Doris Egan aka Jane Emerson
Doris Egan works on a television series and does advertising copy occasionally (the backs of the X-Files videos, for example). She's currently working on a detailed outline of a book/feature film and then plans to write two scripts and a 700-page novel. She's also working on the sequel to City of Diamond, which she wrote under the name of Jane Emerson.



Greg Egan
Greg Egan was born in Perth, Western Australia, in 1961. He attended the University of Western Australia, graduating with a Bachelor of Science. An early interest in film is apparent in his first published novel, An Unusual Angle (Norstrilia Press, 1983). Later sales to Interzone and appearances in the Year's Best Fantasy and Horror demonstrated that he was truly developing as a writer, with stories such as "Learning to Be Me," "The Safe-Deposit Box" and "Axiomatic." His 2nd novel, Quarantine, came in 1993. Then came Permutation City (1994), a collection of stories, Axiomatic (1995), and Distress (1995). He has won the Australian National Science Fiction Achievement Award 4 times, his story "Cocoon" was nominated for the Hugo Award in 1995 and Permutation City won the John W. Campbell Award for Best Science Fiction Novel in English in 1994.



Harlan Ellison
Harlan Ellison is arguably the best writer of short fiction there is. He has won more awards than most, he has the most fervant fans and he is what most writers would like to be, esteemed by his colleagues. This tribute site, Ellison Webderland is considered to be the official Ellison website. It has info on Ellison sightings, a biography, a bibliography, nice graphics, lotsa imagination and a (rather rare for the Web) sense of humour.



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