Golden Gryphon Press

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Golden Gryphon Press
FounderJim Turner
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationUrbana, Illinois
Publication typesBooks
Fiction genresscience fiction, fantasy, dark fantasy and cross-genre

Golden Gryphon Press is an independent publishing company, specializing in science fiction, fantasy, dark fantasy and cross-genre novels. It was founded in 1996 by Jim Turner, former editor at Arkham House, and is currently run by his brother Gary and his wife, Geri Turner.

The company has published work by Robert Reed, Michael Bishop, Andy Duncan, Geoffrey A. Landis, Paul Di Filippo, James Patrick Kelly, Lucius Shepard, Charles Stross, Gregory Frost, Nancy Kress, George Alec Effinger, Warren Rochelle, Jeffrey Ford and Howard Waldrop.

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