August 27, 2019
7.5 X 0.6 X 11.1 inches | 1.5 pounds
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About the Author
FEATURED AUTHORS: Kristin Kostick of Houston, Texas for Disappeared (Nonfiction) Xiao Yue (Shelly) Shan of Tokyo, Japan for the nation of aphasia (Poetry) Patrick Dawson of London, England for The Language of Rivers (Fiction) Alyson Hagy of Laramie, Wyoming for Ember (Flash Fiction) Marsh Rose of Cloverdale, California for False Memory (Nonfiction) Seth Simons of the Bay Area, California for Like My Father (Poetry) Patricia Sammon of Huntsville, Alabama for Since (Fiction) Eleanor Bluestein of La Jolla, California for How To Write a Love Letter (Flash Fiction) Kristin Kostick of Houston, Texas for Blanking (Nonfiction)
TONY DANIEL was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He grew up in Tuscaloosa and Anniston, Alabama, before attending college in Birmingham, Alabama. Daniel is the author of many science fiction novels and award-winning short stories. He was a Hugo finalist for his short story Life on the Moon, which also won the Asimov's Reader's Choice Award. In the 1990s, he founded and directed the Automatic Vaudeville dramatic group in New York City. Then, during the early 2000s, he was a story editor and producer of audiodrama at SCIFI.COM's Seeing Ear Theatre. He coauthored screenplays for horror movies that have appeared on two cable channels. Daniel has also written many essays and reviews for venues as varied as The Stranger and The Federalist. During the mid-2000s, he moved to Texas and taught literature and writing for six years on both an undergraduate and graduate level at the University of Texas at Dallas. He is currently Senior Editor at Baen Books, which has editorial offices in North Carolina. Daniel attended Birmingham-Southern College, in Birmingham, Alabama, where he majored in philosophy. He got his Masters in English from Washington University in St. Louis. He also attended the University of Southern California CNTV graduate program in Los Angeles before moving to Seattle to begin a writing career. He lived in the Seattle area for five years, primarily on Vashon Island in an old city bus. Since then, he has lived in Prague, New York City, Randolph and Cherokee Counties in Alabama, Sant Llorenc Savall, near Barcelona, and Allen, Texas, near Dallas. He currently resides in Wake Forest, North Carolina, with his wife Rika, and children, Cokie and Hans.
Frank Miller is an award-winning comic book writer, novelist, inker, screenwriter, film director, and producer best known for Daredevil, The Dark Knight Returns, Sin City, and 300, among others. He also created Cursed with Tom Wheeler, which is being adapted as a series for Netflix starring Katherine Langford. Visit him online at FrankMillerInk.com or on Twitter @FrankMillerInk. Known for his intense, hard-boiled storytelling and gritty noir aesthetic, Frank Miller is one of the most influential and awarded creators in comics, graphic novels, and film. The codirector of Sin City (based on his graphic novel) and an executive producer of 300 (based on his graphic novel series), his projects have been nominated for the Palme d'Or and have won the Harvey and Eisner Awards, including those for Best Writer/Artist, Best Graphic Novel Reprint, Best Cartoonist, Best Cover Artist, Best Limited Series, and Best Short Story. In 2015, Miller was inducted into the Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame for his lifetime contribution to the industry. He is also the creator of Daredevil's assassin-for-hire, Elektra. Miller's notable projects include: The Dark Knight Returns; Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again; Batman: The Dark Knight: Master Race; Batman: Year One; the award-winning Martha Washington miniseries Give Me Liberty; and Hard Boiled. Most recently, Miller completed writing and illustrating Xerxes: The Fall of the House of Darius and the Rise of Alexander, the highly anticipated five-issue companion epic to his award-winning series 300.
Alex Ross has been the music critic of The New Yorker since 1996. His first book, the international bestseller The Rest Is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and won a National Book Critics Circle Award. His second book, the essay collection Listen to This, received an ASCAP Deems Taylor Award. He was named a MacArthur Fellow in 2008 and a Guggenheim Fellow in 2015.
Born in 1971, Ashley Wood is an internationally acclaimed Australian painter, designer, art director, and comic book artist. He started his career working with Marvel, DC and Image Comics and then moved on working mainly with IDW Publishing. Works such as the digital comic "Metal Gear Solid 2: Bande Dessinée" and the game "Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty" earned him popularity in the gaming industry. Wood co-founded a toy company called ThreeA based in Hong Kong that produced many world-famous figurines. Since 2008, he has designed hundreds of original toys, characters, robots, books, and apparel. He has created many iconic worlds, stories and characters, such as the Popbot series, the World War Robot series, Lore, Automatic Kafka, Zombies vs Robots, Spawn Book of the Dead and more.