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Kameron Hurley


USA flag (b.1980)

Kameron Hurley currently hacks out a living as a marketing and advertising writer in Ohio. She's lived in Fairbanks, Alaska; Durban, South Africa; and Chicago, but grew up in and around Washington State. Her personal and professional exploits have taken her all around the world. She spent much of her roaring 20's traveling, pretending to learn how to box, and trying not to die spectacularly. Along the way, she justified her nomadic lifestyle by picking up degrees in history from the University of Alaska and the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal. Today she lives a comparatively boring life sustained by Coke Zero, Chipotle, low-carb cooking, and lots of words. She continues to work hard at not dying.
She has been awarded two Hugo Awards, the Kitschky Award for Best Debut Novel, and has also been a finalist for the Nebula Award, the Arthur C. Clarke Award, the British Science Fiction and Fantasy Award, and the Locus Award.

Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy
 
Series
Bel Dame Apocrypha
1. God's War (2011)
2. Infidel (2011)
3. Rapture (2012)
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Non fiction
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Awards
Nebula Awards Best Novel nominee (2012) : God's War
Arthur C. Clarke Award Best Book nominee (2014) : God's War
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2018) : The Stars Are Legion


Kameron Hurley recommends
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The Traitor Baru Cormorant (2015)
(Masquerade , book 1)
Seth Dickinson
"Smart. Brutal. Gut-wrenching.Highly recommended."
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Hammers on Bone (2016)
Cassandra Khaw
"Prepare to take a long leap into the fantastic in the hands of a fresh new voice in fiction."
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River of Teeth (2017)
(River of Teeth, book 1)
Sarah Gailey
"A rowdy, rollicking river ride from a sly and whimsical new writer. A damned fine adventure for everyone. And I haven't even mentioned the hippos yet. Get reading."
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The Poppy War (2018)
(Poppy War, book 1)
R F Kuang
"A blistering, powerful epic of war and revenge that will captivate you to the bitter end."

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