Greg van Eekhout is an American fantasy and science fiction writer born and raised in Los Angeles. After a lengthy stay in the suburban deserts of Arizona, he recently returned to California and now lives in San Diego. Following his professional debut, a story in Starlight 3, he published a couple of dozen stories, appearing in most of the genre’s major science fiction magazines, several anthologies, and a number of Year’s Best compilations. His story “In the Late December” was a Nebula finalist.

His novels include Norse Code, middle-grade books Kid vs. Squid and The Boy at the End of the World (an Andre Norton Award finalist), and three forthcoming fantasy novels from Tor.

Greg van Eekhout is an American fantasy and science fiction writer born and raised in Los Angeles. After a lengthy stay in the suburban deserts of Arizona, he recently returned to California and now lives in San Diego. Following his professional debut, a story in Starlight 3, he published a couple of dozen stories, appearing in most of the genre’s major science fiction magazines, several anthologies, and a number of Year’s Best compilations. His story “In the Late December” was a Nebula finalist. He currently awaits the imminent release of his first novel, Norse Code. For fun, Greg practices Northern Shaolin kung fu and indulges his love of little tacos.

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