John Zakour

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John Zakour
Born 1957
upstate New York, USA

John Zakour (born 1957) is an American science-fiction and humor writer.


Zakour was born in upstate New York, in 1957. He is a graduate of the State University of New York at Potsdam where he received a BA in computer science. Before becoming a popular writer he worked for many years as a database programmer/Web guy for the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, which is part of Cornell University. He has also been an Emergency Medical Technician and a judo instructor. He also has an online MA in human behavior. He is married and has one son.[1]


Science Fiction

  • The Plutonium Blonde (Daw 2001, with Larry Ganem)
  • The Doomsday Brunette (Daw 2004, with Larry Ganem)
  • The Radioactive Redhead (Daw 2005, with Larry Ganem)
  • The Frost Haired Vixen (Daw 2006)
  • The Blue Haired Bombshell (Daw 2007)
  • The Flaxen Femme Fatale (Daw 2008)
  • "The Sapphire Sirens" (Daw 2009)
  • "The Peach Blonde Bomber" (Short-Prequel) (2013, with Larry Ganem)
  • "The Raven Haired Rogue" ( Serializes, 2015)

Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy

  • Baxter Moon Galactic Scout (Brown Barn Books 2008)
  • Illusia (Meadowhawk 2008, with Elizabeth Keller)
  • Stormy Knight Prom Queen of the Undead (Blueleaf 2011)
  • Diary of a Super Girl" Book 1 (KC Enterprises 2017)
  • Diary of a Super Girl" Book 2 (KC Enterprises 2017)
  • Diary of a Super Girl" Book 3 (KC Enterprises 2017)
  • Diary of a Super Girl" Book 4 (KC Enterprises 2017)
  • OMG I Shrunk my BFF" Book 1 (KC Enterprises 2017)
  • OMG I Shrunk my BFF" Book 2 (KC Enterprises 2017)


  • '"The Bionic Bikini I (Delight Games 2014)
  • '"The Bionic Bikini II (Delight Games 2015)


  • Man's Guide to Pregnancy (Metropolis 2003)
  • Man's Guide to Babies (Metropolis 2004)
  • Couples Guide to Pregnancy (Blueleaf 2012)
  • Man's Guide to Weddings (Blueleaf 2012)

Syndicated Comics

  • Working Daze (United Media, Andre Noel artist/co-creator, followed by Kyler Miller, then Scott Roberts)
  • Writer for the Rugrats comics

Computer Games / Apps

  • 80 Days (Dialog, English version, Frogwares)
  • "Space Run" (Frogwares)
  • Idol Killer (Story, Idol Games)
  • StarDroid (Story, Dialogues, Krauss & Boll Software)
  • "Beat the Boss 4" (Dialogs, Game Hive)
  • "Tap Tycoon" (Dialogs and Businesses, Game Hive)

•"Oho's Big Day!" (Kids app EzEz apps)

Short Stories

  • "Dog Gone" (Sirius The Dog Star, Daw 2004)
  • "Double Trouble" (Gateways, Daw 2005)
  • "Modern Mating" (Journal of Nature, Futures, 19 July 2007)

Comic Books

  • The Simpsons
  • Fairly Odd Parents
  • Jimmy Neutron
  • Rugrats all Grown Up


  1. ^ John Zakour, Archived from the original on 8 February 2011 .

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