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Joe Haldeman
Joe Haldeman awards include the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Award. His SF classic, The Forever War, along with The Hemingway Hoax, and the Worlds trilogy are just a few of the titles which have made him a name in SF households. Joe's site features a biography, a bibliography, related links and information on forthcoming works. Of particular interest to Haldeman fans, is information on the sequel to The Forever War, Forever Peace.


Elizabeth Hand
Elizabeth Hand grew up in Pound Ridge, New York, next door to the house built by D.W. Griffith and his wife. In 1975 she moved to Washington to enter the playwriting program at Catholic University's renowned Hartke Theatre, and became part of the city's punk scene. She was expelled from university in her junior year, was readmitted, and received a degree in cultural anthropology. For a number of years she worked at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, before quitting to write full-time. In 1988 she moved to Maine.

Her one-act play, "The Have-Nots," was produced in 1997 at the Battersea Arts Centre as part of London's Fringe Theatre Festival. A reviewer and critic, she has written for numerous publications, including The Washington Post Book World, The Detroit Metro Times, The Writer and Penthouse. She lives in Maine and London.


Tara K. Harper
Upon graduation from the University of Oregon, Tara K. Harper, went to work for R&D, test-and-measurement companies. She also writes technical material in biology, physics, engineering, and other sciences. She has written seven science fiction novels, including Cat Scratch Fever, nominated for the Oregon Book Awards, and Cataract, recommended for a Nebula Award.

David G. Hartwell David G. Hartwell
David G. Hartwell is an editor at Tor Books, as well as being a highly-respected author in his own right. He wrote Age of Wonders (1984), and has been editor/anthologizer of such works as The Dark Descent, Masterpieces of Fantasy and Enchantment, Northern Stars (with Glenn Grant), and the new annual volume, Year's Best SF.



Barb & JC Hendee
Barb & J.C. Hendee live just outside of Boulder, Colorado, close to the Rocky Mountains. Both are online college instructors in English; J.C. teaches for Metropolitan State College of Denver, and Barb teaches for the University of Colorado at Denver. Barb's short fiction has appeared in numerous genre magazines and anthologies. She is the author of the novel Blood Memories. J.C.'s poetry, non-fiction, and short fiction have also appeared in many genre magazines. Although they have worked together as a writing team before, Dhampir and its four sequels are their first novel-length collaborations.

Tracy Hickman Tracy Hickman
Tracy Hickman was born in Salt Lake City in 1955. In 1975, he began two years of service as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (the Mormons). His final posting was in the nation of Indonesia. Upon his return, Hickman married his high school sweetheart, Laura Curtis and are the In his carreer, he has worked as a supermarket stockboy, a movie projectionist, a theater manager, a glass worker, a television assistant director, and a drill press operator. In 1981, he approached TSR about buying two of his game modules and they offered him a job which, in turn, to his association with Margaret Weis and their bestselling Dragonlance Chronicles. Hickman and his wife now line in Flagstaff, AZ. His website contains details on the Starshield Web Project, a new Weis & Hickman shared world where your participation is invited; an original, freely downloadable Dragonlance(®) adventure, and plenty of other interesting tidbits.


Robin Hobb

Robin Hobb, aka Megan Lindholm, was born in California in 1952. At the age of about 9 she moved to Fairbanks, Alaska, where she graduated from high school. Later, after a brief stint at the University of Denver where she majored in Mass Communications, she married and moved back up to Alaska, where she started writing under her maiden name. She started publishing her short stories about twenty years ago in small magazines. Shortlisted for the 1989 Nebula Awards in the categories of novella ("A Touch of Lavender" -- also a 1990 Hugo Award nominee) and novelette ("Silver Lady and the Fortyish Man"), she was also nominated for the Nebula for her short story "Cut." She lives in Tacoma, Washington.


James P. Hogan James P. Hogan
James P. Hogan was born in London in 1941, one of three children. He began work at the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough training to specialize in electronics. Later he moved into sales as as an engineer for Honeywell then for DEC. Writing SF as a hobby led to his first novel sale, Inherit the Stars, published in 1977. By 1979 he'd written four and decided to quit DEC to write full-time. Now he divides his time between Bray in northern Wicklow, Ireland and Pensacola, FL.



Robert Holdstock
Born in 1948 in Kent, Robert Holdstock worked in medical research before becoming a full-time writer in 1975. He has written more than 20 novels under his own name and various pseudonyms, and has received both the British Science Fiction Award and the World Fantasy Award for his work. He lives in London, but escapes to the forests whenever possible.

Nalo Hopkinson
Nalo Hopkinson has a few published short stories in addition to her first novel, Brown Girl in the Ring. She has lived in Toronto, Ontario, since 1977 after spending most of her first 16 years in the Caribbean, where she was born.


Sarah A. Hoyt
Sarah A. Hoyt was born in Porto, Portugal. She now lives in Colorado with her husband, two sons, and four cats. She holds an M.A. in English and Literature and has pursued Shakespearean studies as a hobby for over twenty-five years. Her short stories have appeared in various magazines, among them Weird Tales and Absolute Magnitude. Ill Met by Moonlight is her first novel.



Matt Hughes
Matthew Hughes was born in 1949 Liverpool, England, but moved to Canada when he was five. A life-long writer, he has worked as a journalist, a staff speechwriter in the federal government and, since 1979, a freelance corporate and political speechwriter in British Columbia. He lives in a small town on Vancouver Island.

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Lauren Halkon
Neal Hallford
Barbara Hambly
Laurell K. Hamilton
Peter F. Hamilton
Niel Hancock
Elizabeth Hand
Kat Hankinson
N.D. Hansen-Hill
W.A. Harbinson
Traci Harding
Earl & Naoma Hardy
Thomas Harlan
Tara K. Harper
Angelica Harris
Charlaine Harris
Harry Harrison
M. John Harrison
Amanda Harte
James A. Hartley
Gloria Hartman
Keith Hartman
William K. Hartmann
David G. Hartwell
John D. Harvey
Guy Hasson
Simon Hawke
Elizabeth Haydon
A. Jarrell Hayes
Jeff Hecht
Peter Heck
Rick Heller
D. Lee Hellm
John G. Hemry
Barb & JC Hendee
Jason Henderson
Aaron Blaylock Hendren
Howard V. Hendrix
Diana Herald
Robyn Meta Herrington
James Hetley
Laura Hickey
Tracy Hickman
J. Michael Hileman
Sandra Hill
Jim C. Hines
Connie Hirsch
Robin Hobb
Giles Hobbs
Pamela D. Hodgson
James P. Hogan
M.C.A. Hogarth
Liz Holliday
Scott Holstad
Robert Holdstock
Adrian Holland
David Honigsberg
Dan Hood
Robert Hood
Dale Hoover
Brian A. Hopkins
Casey L. Hopkins
Nalo Hopkinson
Richard Horton
D.A. Houdek
Gerard Houarner
Robin G. Howard
Kevin Howe
David Lee Howells
Trevor Hoyle
Sarah A. Hoyt
Matt Hughes
Monica Hughes
Stephen Hunt
Thomas Hunter
Kameron Hurley
Michael G. Hurston
Penny Hussey
Michael T. Huyck, Jr.

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H. Rider Haggard
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Joe Haldeman
Lauren Halkon
Melissa Mia Hall
Barbara Hambly
  Barbara Hambly
Edmond Hamilton
Laurel K. Hamilton
   Laurel K. Hamilton
  Laurell K. Hamilton
Peter F. Hamilton
  Peter F. Hamilton
  Peter F. Hamilton
  Peter F. Hamilton
Elizabeth Hand
Noel K Hannan
Charles Harness
   Charles Harness
  Charles L. Harness
Tara K. Harper
Harry Harrison
M. John Harrison
  M. John Harrison
Daniel Hatch
Robert Heinlein
  Robert Heinlein
  Robert Heinlein
  Robert Heinlein
  Robert Heinlein
  Robert A. Heinlein
Mark Helprin
Jason Henderson
Zenna Henderson
  Zenna Henderson
Howard V. Hendrix
Frank Herbert
  Frank Herbert
  Frank Herbert
Dorothy Heydt
Philip E. High
  Philip E. High
Russell Hoban
  Russell Hoban
  Russell Hoban
Robin Hobb
   Robin Hobb
  Robin Hobb
P.C. Hodgell
William Hope Hodgson
William Hope Hodgson
  William Hope Hodgson
ETA Hoffmann
Nina Kiriki Hoffman
James P. Hogan
  James P. Hogan
Tom Holt
  Tom Holt
Stuart Hopen
Nalo Hopkinson
H.M. Hoover
Gerard Houarner
Michel Houellebecq
Robert E. Howard
  Robert E. Howard
  Robert E. Howard
  Robert E. Howard
  Robert E. Howard
  Robert E. Howard
Fred Hoyle
  Fred Hoyle
Sarah Hoyt
L. Ron Hubbard
Tanya Huff
  Tanya Huff
Barry Hughart
Marian Hughes
Matthew Hughes
Stuart Hughes
Walter Hunt
Aldous Huxley


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