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Tricia Sullivan


USA flag (b.1968)

aka Valery Leith

Tricia Sullivan was born in New Jersey in 1968 and received a music degree from Bard College and a Master's in Education from Columbia University. She taught in Manhattan and New Jersey before moving to the UK in 1995. DREAMING IN SMOKE won the Arthur C. Clarke award.
 

Genres: Science Fiction
 
Series
Everien (as by Valery Leith)
   1. The Company of Glass (1999)
   2. The Riddled Knight (2000)
   3. The Way of the Rose (2001)
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Novels
   Lethe (1995)
   Someone to Watch over Me (1997)
   Dreaming in Smoke (1998)
   Maul (2003)
   Double Vision (2005)
   Sound Mind (2007)
   Lightborn (2010)
   Shadowboxer (2014)
   Occupy Me (2016)
   Sweet Dreams (2017)
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Anthologies edited
   Haunted Futures (2017) (with Warren Ellis, S L Huang, Salome Jones, Jeff Noon, John Reppion, Liesel Schwarz and Felicity Shoulders)
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Tricia Sullivan recommends
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Iron Council (2004)
(New Crobuzon, book 3)
China Miéville
"China Mieville is bona-fide wizard, a powerful hybrid strain of magician, scientist and poet...it doesn't come any better than this."

Books containing stories by Tricia Sullivan
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Best of British Science Fiction 2016 (2017)
(Best of British Science Fiction)
edited by
Donna Scott
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Haunted Futures (2017)
Tomorrow is Coming
edited by
Warren Ellis, S L Huang, Salome Jones, Jeff Noon, John Reppion, Liesel Schwarz, Felicity Shoulders and Tricia Sullivan
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Now We Are Ten (2016)
Celebrating the First Ten Years of Newcon Press
edited by
Ian Whates

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Awards
1999 Arthur C. Clarke Award : Dreaming in Smoke

Award nominations
2017 John W. Campbell Memorial Award (nominee) : Occupy Me
2017 Arthur C. Clarke Award (nominee) : Occupy Me
2016 British Science Fiction Association Award for Best Novel (nominee) : Occupy Me
2011 Arthur C. Clarke Award (nominee) : Lightborn: Seeing is Believing...
2004 Arthur C. Clarke Award (nominee) : Maul
2003 British Science Fiction Association Award for Best Novel (nominee) : Maul
1996 Locus Award for Best First Novel (nominee) : Lethe
1996 Astounding Award for Best New Writer (nominee) : Lethe
1995 British Fantasy Award for Best Novel (nominee) : Lethe


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