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John Crowley

USA (1942 - )

John Crowley was born in the appropriately liminal town of Presque Isle, Maine. He teaches creative writing at Yale University. In 1992 he received the Award in Literature from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. He finds it more gratifying that almost all of his work is still in print.
1. Aegypt (1987)
     aka The Solitudes
2. Love and Sleep (1994)
3. Daemonomania (2000)
4. Endless Things (2007)
AegyptLove and SleepDaemonomaniaEndless Things
Anthologies edited
Non fiction
In Other Words
Anthologies containing stories by John Crowley
WhispersShadowsThe Year's Best Science Fiction Third Annual CollectionTerry Carr's Best Science Fiction of the Year 15
Nebula Awards 25The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror Fourth Annual CollectionOmni Best Science Fiction ThreeThe Norton Book of Science Fiction
The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: The 50th Anniversary AnthologyThe Year's Best Fantasy and Horror Seventh Annual CollectionAmerican Gothic TalesModern Classics of Fantasy
The Science Fiction CenturyBlack Swan, White RavenFuture on Ice
Short stories
Antiquities [short story] (1977)
Her Bounty to the Dead (1978)
Where Spirits Gat Them Home (1978)
The Reason for the Visit (1980)
The Green Child (1981)
Snow (1985)Hugo (nominee)
Nebula (nominee)
Great Work of Time (1989)Nebula (nominee)
World Fantasy
In Blue (1989)
Missolonghi 1824 (1990)
Exogamy (1993)
Gone (1996)Hugo (nominee)
Lost and Abandoned (1997)

John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (1980) : Engine Summer
Hugo Best Novel nominee (1982) : Little, Big
Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Adult Literature winner (1982) : Little, Big
Nebula Best Novel nominee (1982) : Little, Big
World Fantasy Best Novel winner (1982) : Little, Big
Hugo Best Short story nominee (1986) : Snow
Nebula Best Short story nominee (1986) : Snow
Arthur C. Clarke Award Best Novel nominee (1988) : Aegypt
World Fantasy Best Novel nominee (1988) : Aegypt
Nebula nominee (1990) : Great Work of Time
World Fantasy winner (1990) : Great Work of Time
World Fantasy Best Collection nominee (1994) : Antiquities: Seven Stories
World Fantasy Best Novel nominee (1995) : Love and Sleep
Hugo Best Short story nominee (1997) : Gone
World Fantasy Lifetime Achievement winner (2006)

John Crowley recommends
Trash Sex Magic
Trash Sex Magic (2004)
Jennifer Stevenson
"A winning, touching, open-eyed love letter. Unusual and wonderfully done."

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