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Ian R. MacLeod

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Ian R. MacLeod

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Full Name: Ian Roderick MacLeod
Born: August 6, 1956
Solihull, Warwickshire, England, UK
Occupation: Writer
Nationality: British


Ian R. MacLeod is the winner of the Asimov Readers Award as well as the World Fantasy Award for his short story "The Chop Girl." His novella length version of "The Summer Isles" also won the World Fantasy Award. He is the author of The Great Wheel and Voyages by Starlight, a collection of short stories.

Despite a distinguished record as a novelist, which has recently won him both the Arthur C Clarke and John W Campbell Awards for his novel Song Of Time, Ian R MacLeod is probably still most widely known as one of the great writers of shorter fiction. He says that it's still his own abiding love in the genre, and, after more than twenty years of writing, the area where he feels you can take the biggest risks, have the most fun, and make the biggest (and most entertaining) mistakes. MacLeod lives in the riverside town of Bewdley in England with his wife Gillian, and divides his time between writing, teaching, and trying to write.

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 Non Series Works


 The Aether Universe

 0. (2007)
 1. (2003)
 2. (2005)


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