Gwyneth Jones grew up in Manchester UK and lives in Sussex. Among other honours she's won the James Tiptree award, two World Fantasy awards, the Children of the Night award, the Philip K Dick award, the BSFA award, the Pilgrim award for Science Fiction criticism, and the Arthur C Clarke award; for Bold As Love, first episode of a techno-green Utopian "near future fantasy" series. She's a volunteer for Amnesty International, a member of the Soil Association, keeps a blog and lives in Brighton. Hobbies include playing fantasy games and staring out of the window.Read more Read less
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