Elizabeth Hand

Elizabeth Hand is the author of eight novels, including the literary thriller GENERATION LOSS (just published in April 2007), ILLYRIA (recently released by PS Publishing) MORTAL LOVE, WAKING THE MOON, GLIMMERING, and WINTERLONG, as well as three collections of short fiction, LAST SUMMER AT MARS HILL, BIBLIOMANCY, and SAFFRON AND BRIMSTONE. Her work has received numerous awards, including the Nebula, James M. Tiptree Jr. and Mythopoeic Society Awards, two International Horror Guild Awards, and two World Fantasy Awards. In 2001 she received an Individual Artist's Fellowship in Literature from the Maine Arts Commission. Since 1988, she has been a regular contributor to the Washington Post Book World, among many other publications, and is also a columnist for the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. In 2007, she has short fiction appearing in Conjunctions, and the anthologies WIZARDS and LOGORRHEA. She is currently at work on WONDERWALL, a young adult novel about Arthur Rimbaud. She lives on the coast of Maine, USA, with her two teenage children and her partner, UK critic John Clute.