Ernest Hogan is the author of two internationally acclaimed novels, CORTEZ ON JUPITER and HIGH AZTECH. His short fiction has appeared in SCIENCE FICTION AGE, AMAZING STORIES, LAST WAVE, NEW PATHWAYS, PENTHOUSE HOT TALK, PULPHOUSE, PROUD FLESH, THE RED DOG JOURNAL, ANALOG and the SEMIOTEXT(E) SF anthology. "Black Obsidian," his story collaboration with Rick Cook was included in the latest YEAR'S BEST SCIENCE FICTION edited by Gardner Dozois and was nominated for a Nebula Award.
Hogan was born in Los Angeles. His mother's maiden name is Garcia. He has climbed the pyramids from Teotihuacan to Chichen Itzan. He has worked as a cartoonist, illustrator, writer, and consultant on pre-Columbian mythology and applied surrealism. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona, and is married to at least two science fiction writers.