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Jean Rabe
Radi Radev
Ray Radner
Kevin Radthorne
Eric Radulski
Mark Rainey
H.J. Ralles
Corie Ralston
Ken Rand
John W. Randal
Marta Randall
Robert Rankin
Alis A. Rasmussen aka Kate Elliot
Bill Ransom
Melanie Rawn
Wolf Read
Gerald Readett
Michael Reaves
Rebecca Kraft Rector
Jeff Redmond
Jaclyn Reding
Jeff Redmond
Aaron A. Reed
Kit Reed
Jenn Reese
Robert Reginald
Matthew Reilly
Michael Reisig
Andy Remic
Brett L. Renwick
Laura Resnick
Mike Resnick
Christopher Reynaga
Alastair Reynolds
Paulo Reyes
Anne Rice
Mark Rich
James Richey
Judith Merkle Riley
John Ringo
Michael Rittel
Uncle River
George Rizo
J.D. Robb
Jennifer Roberson
Adam Roberts
Madeleine Robins
Jeremy Robinson
Spider Robinson
Justina Robson
Stefan Rochfort
Alan Rodgers
Michaela Roessner
Bruce Holland Rogers
Cameron Rogers
Mark E. Rogers
Robert E. Rogoff
Michael Scott Rohan
James Rollins
Keith Rommel
Rob Root
Rhea Rose
Simon Rose
D.P. Roseberry
Selina Rosen
Joel Rosenberg
Benjamin Rosenbaum
Mary Rosenblum
John B. Rosenman
Edward R. Rosick
Deborah J. Ross
Mandy Roth
Chuck Rothman
William Rotsler
Jane Routley
J.K. Rowling
Gillian Rubenstein
Lynda Rucker
Rudy Rucker
Mark Rudolph
S.A. Rule
Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Jay Russell
Sean Russell
Mary Doria Russell
Jeff Rutherford
Geoff Ryman

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Ayn Rand
  Ayn Rand
Douglas R. Mason/John Rankine
Sue Rann
Simon Raven
  Melanie Rawn
Mark Rayner
Kit Reed
Robert Reed
  Robert Reed
Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Alastair Reynolds
Mack Reynolds
Anne Rice
Keith Roberts
David Robbins
Frank M. Robinson
Kim Stanley Robinson
Spider Robinson
  Spider Robinson
Esther Rochon
Ross Rocklynne
Gene Roddenberry
Sax Rohmer
Joel Rosenberg
Christopher Rowley
J.K. Rowling
J.K. Rowling
Nicholas Royle
Rudy Rucker
  Rudy Rucker
Mark Rudolph
Matt Ruff
Salman Rushdie
  Salman Rushdie
Joanna Russ
Eric Frank Russell
  Eric Frank Russell
  Eric Frank Russell
Mary Doria Russell
Sean Russell
Richard Paul Russo
Geoff Ryman

Alis A. Rasmussen aka Kate Elliot
Kate Elliott published her 4-volume series, Novels of the Jaran, which follows the cultural changes of the nomadic Jaran from their first Earth contact to galactic politics. She is at work on an epic fantasy series, Crown of Stars. The first two volumes, King's Dragon and Prince of Dogs are out now and the other is to come with a second trilogy to follow. She also plans a prequel to The Golden Key, called The Iron Key. Earlier, she published four novels under her real name, Alis A. Rasmussen.


Melanie Rawn
Melanie Rawn has signed with Avon for future books. Before this, she will finish her Exiles series for DAW. Melanie Raun is also working on a prequel to The Golden Key, called The Diviner.


Michael Reaves
Michael Reaves is an Emmy-award-winning television writer, screenwriter and novelist. He has written for Star Trek: The Next Generation and Twilight Zone and was a story editor and writer on Batman: The Animated Series and on Gargoyles. He's had more than thirteen novels published, including The Shattered World, Darkworld Detective, Street Magic and Night Hunter. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.


Jennifer Roberson
To date, Jennifer Roberson has published 19 novels, including the 8-volume Chronicles of the Cheysuli, about a race of shape-changers and the 4-volume Sword-Dancer series. Upcoming books include two more volumes in the Sword-Dancer series, titled Sword-Born and Sword-Sworn and a prequel to The Golden Key, called The Glass Key.


Kim Stanley Robinson
Kim Stanley Robinson was born in 1952. A native Californian, Robinson travelled and worked in different parts of the world (including Washington, DC and some time in Switzerland with his wife, Lisa, an environmental chemist). He has settled in California. His work has garnered many awards including the Nebula Award ("The Blind Geometer" and Red Mars), the Asimov, John W.Campbell, Locus and World Fantasy Awards ("Black Air") and the Hugo Award (Green Mars). As well, he was nominated for both the Hugo Award and Nebula Award for his novel The Wild Shore.


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Spider Robinson
Spider Robinson
In 1973 Spider moved to Nova Scotia, where he met and married Jeanne Robinson, a choreographer/dancer, and founder of Halifax's modern dance company, Nova Dance Theatre. Both Robinsons collaborated on the multiple award-winning STARDANCE. On his own, Spider has arecent book, CALLAHAN'S LEGACY, about Mary's Place, the bar that Jake opened after Callahan's Place was destroyed.

The Robinsons live in Vancouver, British Columbia.


Joel Rosenberg
Joel Rosenberg is best known as the author of the successful Guardians of the Flame series of novels. His official site is a personal web page, supplemented with author information. Worth a visit if simply to read the essay, Liver Night, which, according to some, made the Worst of the Web!


Sean Russell
Here you'll find information on his recently released title, The One Kingdom, as well as personal observations on writing this book and his others. You can find how his interest in spelunking influenced the setting he employs in his duology Moontide and Magic Rise(comprised of Beneath the Vaulted Hills and The Compass of the Soul) and how he combined his interest in Charles Darwin and a passionate love of sailing in his two-book series Moontide and Magic Rise (made up of World Without End and Sea Without a Shore). Or perhaps you are interested in the Tale of Genji, the old Samurai epics, and T'ang dynasty poetry; then you can read about their influence in his earliest books, The Initiate Brother and Gatherer of Clouds.


Rudy Rucker
Born in Louisville, KY, Rudy Rucker went to private schools in Louisville then to Swarthmore College, majoring in Mathematics and to Rutgers University for his Master's and Ph.D. in Mathematics. His first SF novel was Spacetime Donuts some of which was published in a magazine called Unearth. Next came White Light and Software, both published by Ace. Software has been optioned to Phoenix Pictures.



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