James Alan Gardner was born in Bradford Ontario and currently resides in Waterloo. His work has appeared in
Amazing Stories, The Magazine of
Fantasy and Science Fiction, Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, On Spec,
anthologies and has a story coming in the ReVisions anthology. His short story The Children Of
Crèche won the Grand Prize in the Writers of the Future contest in 1989.
His short story Muffin Explains Teleology to the World at Large won an aurora award in
1991 and his short story Three
Hearings on the Existence of Snakes in the Human Bloodstream
was an Aurora Award winner and a Hugo
and Nebula Award
James has six published novels with his seventh, Radiant,
coming in August 2004. His novel, Commitment
Hour made the preliminary Nebula Award list
in 1998 and Vigilant
was on the 1999
His latest novel, Trapped, is available from Eos.
Look for James' latest novel
And look for James' next book,
Coming Aug 2004!
Trapped SF Site
Commitment Hour SF Site
Vigilant SF Site