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Blood Lite: Horror Writers Association

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In the tradition of "Shaun of the Dead" and" Buffy the Vampire Slayer" comes a frightfest of horrifying and hilarious stories from members of the Horror Writers Association, featuring" New York Times"- bestselling authors Charlaine Harris, Jim Butcher, and Kelley Armstrong.

Издательство: "Simon&Schuster" (2009)

ISBN: 978-1-4391-4840-2

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Kevin J. Anderson

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Kevin J. Anderson (born March 27, 1962) is an American science fiction author. He has written spin-off novels for "Star Wars", "StarCraft", "Titan A.E.", and "The X-Files", and is the co-author of the "Dune" prequels. His original works include the "Saga of Seven Suns" series and the Nebula Award-nominated "Assemblers of Infinity". He has also written several comic books including the Dark Horse "Star Wars" collection "Tales of the Jedi" written in collaboration with Tom Veitch, Predator titles (also for Dark Horse), and X-Files titles for Topps.

Anderson serves as a judge in the Writers of the Future contest.

His wife is author Rebecca Moesta. They currently reside near Monument, Colorado.


Kevin J. Anderson was born March 27, 1962 in Racine, Wisconsin. "The War of the Worlds" greatly influenced him. He wrote his first story at eight years old entitled "Injection". At ten, he bought a typewriter and has written ever since.

In his freshman year in high school, he submitted his first short story to a magazine, but it took two more years before one of his manuscripts was accepted. When it was accepted, they paid him in copies of the magazine. In his senior year, he sold his first story for money for $12.50.Fact|date=October 2008 In 1988 his first novel, "Resurrection, Inc." was published.

Anderson worked at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for twelve years. There, he met Rebecca Moesta (his wife) and Doug Beason, with whom he frequently writes.

After several of his early novels were published and met with critical acclaim, Lucasfilm offered him a chance at writing "Star Wars" novels.

Since 1993, 32 of Anderson's novels have been in bestseller lists. He has 16 million books in print worldwide. His books have been translated into Chinese, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.


*"Blindfold": 1996 preliminary Nebula Award nominee
*"Climbing Olympus": nominated for Bram Stoker Award
*"Ground Zero": #1 on the London Sunday Times best seller list and voted "Best Science Fiction Novel of 1995" by readers of SFX magazine
*Guinness World Record for "Largest Single Author Signing" (previously set by General Colin Powell and Howard Stern)
*"Jedi Academy" trilogy: three top-selling science fiction novels of 1994
*Novels with Beason: nominated for the Nebula Award and the American Physical Society's "Forum" award
*"Ruins": on the New York Times best seller list (The first X-Files novel to do so) and voted the "Best Science Fiction Novel of 1996"
*"Star Wars" anthologies: best selling science fiction anthologies of all time.
*"X-Files" novels: international best sellers.
*"Young Jedi Knights" Series: New York Times best sellers.

Bibliography (incomplete)

"Star Wars" books

*"Darksaber" (1996)"Jedi Academy Trilogy"
#"Jedi Search" (1994)
#"Dark Apprentice" (1994)
#"Champions of the Force" (1994)"Young Jedi Knights" series (with Rebecca Moesta):
#"Heirs of the Force" (1995)
#"Shadow Academy" (1995)
#"The Lost Ones" (1995)
#"Lightsabers" (1996)
#"Darkest Knight" (1996)
#"Jedi Under Siege" (1996)
#"Shards of Alderaan" (1997)
#"Diversity Alliance" (1997)
#"Delusions of Grandeur" (1997)
#"Jedi Bounty" (1997)
#"The Emperor's Plague" (1997)
#"Return to Ord Mantell" (1998)
#"Trouble on Cloud City" (1998)
#"Crisis at Crystal Reef" (1998)

Short story anthologies edited by Anderson:
*"Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina" (1995)
*"Tales from Jabba's Palace" (1996)
*"Tales of the Bounty Hunters" (1996)

Reference works:
*"The Illustrated Star Wars Universe" (1995)
*"The Essential Chronology" (with Daniel Wallace, 2000)
*"The New Essential Chronology" (original text only)

="Dune" books=

(all with Brian Herbert)
*"" (1999)
*"" (2000)
*"" (2001)
*"" (2002)
*"" (2003)
*"" (2004)
*"The Road to Dune" (2005)
*"Hunters of Dune" (2006)
*"Sandworms of Dune" (2007)
*"Paul of Dune" (2008)Short stories:

with Doug Beason

*"Lifeline" (1990)
*"The Trinity Paradox" (1991)
*"Nanospace" (1992)
*"Ill Wind" (1995)
*"Virtual Destruction" (1996)
*"Fallout" (1997)
*"Lethal Exposure" (1998)
*"Ignition" (1997)Assemblers Of Infinity (1993) ISBN 0-553-29921-2

using materials by L. Ron Hubbard

*"Ai! Pedrito!" (1998)

using materials by A. E. van Vogt

*"Slan Hunter" (2007)

with Dean Koontz

*"Dean Koontz's Frankenstein, Book One: Prodigal Son" (January 25, 2005)

"X-Files" books

*"Ground Zero" (1995) ISBN 978-0002254489
*"Ruins" (1996) ISBN 978-0006482536
*"Antibodies" (1997) ISBN 978-0002246385

"StarCraft" books

*"" (2001) (as Gabriel Mesta)

"Fantastic Voyage" books

*"Fantastic Voyage: Microcosm (2001)

as K. J. Anderson

*"" (2002) (a fictional life of Jules Verne's Captain Nemo)
*"The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" - novelization of the 2003 movie
*"Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow" - novelization of the 2004 movie


*"Resurrection, Inc." (1988)
*"Climbing Olympus" (1994)
*"Blindfold" (1995)
*"Hopscotch" (2002)
*"The Martian War" (2005)

"Gamearth Trilogy"

# "Gamearth" (March 1989)
# "Game Play" (October 1989)
# "Game's End" (September 1990)

"Saga of Seven Suns" series

:Prequel: "" (Graphic Novel) (2004)
# "" (2002)
# "" (2003)
# "" (2004)
# "" (18 July, 2005)
# "" (2006)
# " " (July 2007 UK/Australia, due December 2007 US)
# "" (June 2008)


*"The Last Days of Krypton" (2007)

hort story collections

*"Dogged Persistence" (2001)
**18 stories, including: "Canals in the Sand", "Dogged Persistence", "", "Final Performance", "Fondest of Memories", "The Ghost of Christmas Always", "Human, Martian One, Two, Three", "Prisoner of War", "Reflections in a Magnetic Mirror", "Scientific Romance"


* "JSA Strange Adventures" #1-6 - 2005, DC Comics

Edited volumes

He has also edited anthologies including:

* "" (1996, ISBN 0-553-10353-9)

ee also

*FidoNet Star Wars Echo

External links

* [http://www.wordfire.com Kevin J. Anderson's web site]
*isfdb name|id=Kevin_J._Anderson|name=Kevin J. Anderson
* [http://www.goldengryphon.com/dog-frame.html Golden Gryphon Press official site] - About "Dogged Persistence"
* [http://www.sfcrowsnest.com/features/arc/2008/nz12287.php Kevin J. Anderson interviewed] - March 2007 interview with Kevin J. Anderson

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