Gwyneth Jones

Gwyneth Jones is a multi-award winning writer of science fiction, both for adults and (as Ann Halam) for a YA audience.

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.

After pausing her fiction writing for a time to care for her parents, Gwyneth has written an outstanding upmarket futurist crime novel, The Blue Kimono Girl, which is out on submission now.