November 3, 2013
posted by WitC_admin

Here are just a FEW of the authors who have indicated their interest in #WitC!


Kevin J. Anderson is the author of more than 115 books, 52 of which have appeared on national or international bestseller lists; he has over 23 million copies in print in thirty languages. He has won or been nominated for the Nebula Award, Bram Stoker Award, The Faust Award, the SFX Reader’s Choice Award, the Scribe Award, and New York Times Notable Book.

Read more about Kevin HERE

Bradley P. Beaulieu is the author of the epic fantasy series The Lays of Anuskaya. His new epic fantasy, Twelve Kings in Sharakhai, will be released by DAW Books and Gollancz in Fall of 2014.

Read more about Brad HERE and check out his most-excellent podcast, Speculate

Pat Cadigan is an American-born science fiction author, who broke through as a major writer as part of the cyberpunk movement. Her early novels and stories all shared a common theme, exploring the relationship between the human mind and technology.

Her first novel, Mindplayers, introduced what became a common theme to all her works. Her stories blurred the line between reality and perception by making the human mind a real and explorable place. Her second novel, Synners, expanded upon the same theme, and featured a future where direct access to the mind via technology was in fact possible.

She has won a number of awards, including the prestigious Arthur C. Clarke Award twice,in 1992, and 1995 for her novels Synners and Fools.

Read more about Pat HERE

Ken Liu‘s fiction has appeared in F&SF, Asimov’s, Analog, Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, and Clarkesworld, among other places. He has won a Nebula, two Hugos, a World Fantasy Award, and a Science Fiction & Fantasy Translation Award, and been nominated for the Sturgeon and the Locus Awards. He lives near Boston with his family.

Read more about Ken HERE

Peter Dubé is the author of the chapbook Vortex Faction Manifesto (Vortex Editions, 2001), Hovering World (DC Books 2002), At the Bottom of the Sky, a collection of linked short stories (DC Books, 2007), Subtle Bodies: a Fantasia on Voice, History and René Crevel (Lethe Press 2010), The City’s Gates (Cormorant Books, 2012), and, most recently, the collection of prose poems Conjure: A Book of Spells (Rebel Satori Press, 2013). He is also the editor of the anthologies Madder Love: Queer Men and The Precincts of Surrealism (Rebel Satori Press, 2008) and Best Gay Stories 2011 and 2012(both on Lethe Press).

Read more about Peter HERE

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