Paul Park

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Paul Park (born 1954) is an American science fiction author and fantasy author. He lives in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, with his wife and two children. He teaches a course in reading and writing science fiction at Williams College.[1] He has also taught at the Clarion West writing workshop and the Clarion workshop and was an instructor at Clarion West in 2011.

Writing career[edit]

Park appeared on the American science fiction scene in 1987 and quickly established himself as a writer of polished, if often grim, literary science fiction. His first work was the Starbridge Chronicles trilogy, set on a world with generations-long seasons much like Brian Aldiss' Helliconia trilogy. His critically acclaimed novels have since dealt with colonialism on alien worlds (Coelestis), Biblical (Three Marys) and theosophical (The Gospel of Corax) legends, a parallel world where magic works (A Princess of Roumania and its sequels, The Tourmaline, The White Tyger and The Hidden World), and other topics. He has published short stories in Omni Magazine, Interzone and other magazines, along with anthology series including Postscripts and Exotic Gothic. In 2010 his short story "The Persistence of Memory, or This Space for Sale" was nominated for a World Fantasy Award;[2] and his novella "Ghosts Doing the Orange Dance" was nominated for a 2010 Nebula Award.[3]

Novels[edit]

As by Paulina Claiborne
    • The Rose of Sarifal. Wizards of the Coast, Forgotten Realms, 2012. ISBN 0-78693026-8

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