Steve Stanton

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Steve Stanton
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Born (1956-04-05) April 5, 1956 (age 62)
Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Author, editor, publisher
Nationality Canadian
Period Early 21st century
Genre Science fiction, fantasy
Spouse Wendy
Website
www.stevestanton.ca
Steve Stanton with his wife Wendy at Englewood Beach, February 2015, Englewood, Florida, USA.

Steven David Stanton (born April 5, 1956 in Brampton, Ontario) is a Canadian author, editor, and publisher.

He founded Skysong Press in 1988 and published the 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 cyberpunk[4] trilogy, The Bloodlight Chronicles,[5] was published by ECW Press in Toronto: this trilogy consists of Reconciliation (2010), Retribution (2011), and Redemption (2012). Library Journal said this "elegantly written" science fiction series "revitalizes the cyber-fiction genre with its vivid prose and believable characters."[6][7][8] A fourth science fiction novel, Freenet, was published in 2016 by ECW Press.

References[edit]

  1. ^ SF Canada's Steve Stanton, CBC Books, October 18, 2012. "[1]",
  2. ^ SF Canada Award Presentation, November 20, 2011. ""Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-03-16. Retrieved 2014-05-19. "
  3. ^ Board of Directors, SF Canada, "[2]"
  4. ^ Steve Stanton: Author Interview by Roberta Laurie, On Spec Magazine #85 vol 23 no 2, Summer 2011. "[3]"
  5. ^ Steve Stanton's Bloodlight Chronicles Trilogy, ECW Press. "[4]"
  6. ^ Jackie Cassada, SF/Fantasy Reviews October 15, 2010, Library Journal, ""Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-04-25. Retrieved 2011-09-17. "
  7. ^ Teresa L. Jacobsen, SF/Fantasy Reviews October 15, 2011, Library Journal, "[5]",
  8. ^ Ricky L. Brown, The Virtual Truth of the Bloodlight Chronicles, February 2, 2013, Amazing Stories, "[6]"

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