Stephen Dedman

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Stephen Dedman
Stephen Dedman at Swancon 2007.jpg
Stephen Dedman at SwanCon 2007
Born (1959-06-27) June 27, 1959 (age 55)
Adelaide, South Australia
Occupation Writer, editor
Nationality Australian
Period 1977 to present
Genres Science fiction, Dark fantasy

www.stephendedman.com

Stephen Dedman (born 1959 in Adelaide, South Australia)[1] is an Australian author of dark fantasy and science fiction stories and novels.

Biography[edit]

Dedman's short stories have appeared in Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Year's Best SF, and The Best Australian Writing: A Fifty Year Collection.

Contributing as a story editor, Dedman is also one of the team members behind Borderlands, a tri-annual Australian science fiction, fantasy and horror magazine published from Perth, Western Australia.

In 2007, he contributed to the Doctor Who short-story collection, Short Trips: Destination Prague.

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • The Art of Arrow-Cutting (Tor Books, 1997)
  • Shadows Bite (Tor, 2001) (sequel to The Art of Arrow-Cutting)
  • Foreign Bodies (Tor, 1999)
  • Shadowrun: A Fistful of Data (ROC, 2006).

Story collections[edit]

Anthology contributions[edit]

Non-fiction works[edit]

  • Bone Hunters: On the Trail of the Dinosaurs (Omnibus, 1998).

Chapbooks[edit]

  • The Dirty Little Unicorn (Self-published, 1987)

Short stories[edit]

Works edited[edit]

  • Consensual (co-edited)
  • Consensual: the Second Coming (co-edited)
  • Consensual a trois. (co-edited)
  • Borderlands Magazine

Awards[edit]

The Art of Arrow-Cutting was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award in the category of Best First Novel. In 1998 Dedman's "A Walk-On Part in the War" won the 1998 Aurealis Award for best fantasy short story.[2] In 2001 "The Devotee" tied for the win with Terry Dowling's "The Saltimbanques" of the 2001 Ditmar Award for best short story.[3] "Dead of Winter" won the 2006 Aurealis Award for best horror short story.[4] Dedman has also received over 30 nominations for his work in awards such as the Aurealis Awards, Ditmar Awards, Gaylactic Spectrum Awards, the Bram Stoker Awards, and the Locus Awards.[5]

References[edit]

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