Steve Stanton

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Steve Stanton
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Born (1956-04-05) April 5, 1956 (age 58)
Brampton, Ontario
Nationality Canada
Period Early 21st century
Genre Science fiction, fantasy
Website
www.stevestanton.ca

Steven David Stanton, (born in 1956 in Brampton, Ontario) is a Canadian author, editor and publisher.

He founded Skysong Press in 1988 and published the Christian fanzine Dreams & Visions for twenty years, as well as the Sky Songs anthology series, 2002-2005. He served on the Board of Directors of SF Canada for seven years from 2007-2014, including three years as President of the association from 2011-2014, when he established the bilingual SF Canada Awards.[1][2][3]

Steve Stanton’s science fiction stories have been published in sixteen countries and a dozen languages, and his "Psipunk[4] Trilogy," The Bloodlight Chronicles,[5] was published by ECW Press in Toronto: Reconciliation (2010), Retribution (2011), and Redemption (2012.) Library Journal said this "elegantly written" sf series "revitalizes the cyber-fiction genre with its vivid prose and believable characters."[6][7][8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ SF Canada's Steve Stanton, CBC Books, October 18, 2012. "[1]",
  2. ^ SF Canada Award Presentation, November 20, 2011. "[2]"
  3. ^ Board of Directors, SF Canada, "[3]"
  4. ^ Steve Stanton: Author Interview by Roberta Laurie, On Spec Magazine #85 vol 23 no 2, Summer 2011. "[4]"
  5. ^ Steve Stanton's Bloodlight Chronicles Trilogy, ECW Press. "[5]"
  6. ^ Jackie Cassada, SF/Fantasy Reviews October 15, 2010, Library Journal, "[6]"
  7. ^ Teresa L. Jacobsen, SF/Fantasy Reviews October 15, 2011, Library Journal, "[7]",
  8. ^ Ricky L. Brown, The Virtual Truth of the Bloodlight Chronicles, February 2, 2013, Amazing Stories, "[8]"

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