Charles Coleman Finlay
Charles Coleman Finlay is an American science fiction and fantasy author and editor.
He grew up in Marysville, Ohio and attended Ohio State University. He also attended the University of Oxford. His first story, Footnotes, was published in 2001 in Fantasy and Science Fiction where many of his stories have since been published. His fiction has been nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Novella, the Nebula Award for Best Novella, and the Sidewise Award, and in 2003 he was a finalist for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. He also wrote chapters for the "hoax-novel" Atlanta Nights.
Finlay guest edited the July/August 2014 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. In January 2015, Finlay was named the 9th editor of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and served in that role until the January/February 2021 issue.
He is married to the fantasy writer Rae Carson.
- The Prodigal Troll (Pyr, 2005)
- Traitor to the Crown Book 1: The Patriot Witch as C. C. Finlay (Del Rey, 2009)
- Traitor to the Crown Book 2: A Spell for the Revolution as C. C. Finlay (Del Rey, 2009)
- Traitor to the Crown Book 3: The Demon Redcoat as C. C. Finlay (Del Rey, 2009)
- In translation
- Wild Things (Subterranean, 2005)
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- "The Political Prisoner" 2008 Nebula Award finalist for Best Novella, 2009 Hugo Award finalist for Best Novella, 2009 Theodore Sturgeon Award finalist
- "Pervert" 2005 Gaylactic Spectrum Award finalist (short form)
- "We Come Not to Praise Washington" 2002 Sidewise Award finalist (short form)
- "The Political Officer" 2002 Nebula Award finalist for Best Novella, 2003 Hugo Award finalist for Best Novella
- Finlay, Charles Coleman (Jan 2010). "The crucible". Locus (588): 64–66.
- 2017 Finalist, World Fantasy Award for Special Award, Professional for editing F&SF
- Official website
- Charles Coleman Finlay at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database (isfdb.org)
- Witchcraft and Revolution: A Profile of C. C. Finlay at Publishers Weekly (2009)