Author Biography and Bibliography


Graham Joyce is a three-time winner of the August Derleth Award, also known as the British Fantasy Award for Best Novel, for Dark Sister (1992), Requiem (1995), and The Tooth Fairy (1996). Joyce quit an executive job and went to the Greek island of Lesbos to live in a beach shack with a colony of scorpions (which became the setting for House of Lost Dreams [1993] ) to concentrate on writing. He sold his first novel, Dreamside (1991), while still in Greece, and travelled in the Middle East on the proceeds. The Stormwatcher (1998) preceeded his most recent novel, Indigo, and a new novella, Leningrad Nights (both 1999). Joyce has also published a children's SF novel, Spiderbite (1997). His short stories have appeared in several anthologies, and his novels have been widely translated. He currently lives in England.

Photograph by Jo Porter.