Jo Walton

Jo Walton, née le 1er décembre 1964 à Aberdare au Pays de Galles, est une autrice britannique de science-fiction et de fantasy. Source : Wikipedia (fr)

Jo Walton (born 1964) is a Welsh-Canadian fantasy and science fiction writer and poet. She is best known for the fantasy novel Among Others, which won the Hugo and Nebula Awards in 2012, and Tooth and Claw, a Victorian era novel with dragons which won the World Fantasy Award in 2004. Other works by Walton include the Small Change series, in which she blends alternate history with the cozy mystery genre, comprising Farthing, Ha'penny and Half a Crown. Her fantasy novel Lifelode won the 2010 Mythopoeic Award, and her alternate history My Real Children received the 2015 Tiptree Award. Walton is also known for her non-fiction, including book reviews and SF commentary in the magazine A collection of her articles were published in What Makes This Book So Great (2014), which won the Locus Award for Best Non-Fiction. Source : Wikipedia (en)

Books by Jo Walton