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Stephen Elboz (born 1956) is the writer of the children's books The Byzantium Bazaar and A Land without Magic.
Encouragement from teachers made him continue to write, although he only left school with only a single O-Level in technical drawing. Later educated at Lancaster University, he won a writing competition and had a play produced on the local radio station.
Elboz was awarded the Smarties Young Judges' Prize for his first published novel, The House of Rats.
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- The Games Board Map
- Bottle Boy
- The Bywezantium Bazaar
- A Handful of Magic
- A Land Without Magic
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- "Author & Illustrator Information: Stephen Elboz". Oxford University Press. Retrieved 20 March 2010.
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