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Lebbon, Tim

Tim Lebbon is a talented, highly-respected author, and the winner of the British Fantasy Society’s August Derleth Fantasy Award for Best Novel (2006) for Dusk (Bantam Spectra, 2006), the first of his “Noreela” fantasy saga. It was followed with the release of Dawn (Bantam Spectra, 2007), and 2008 sees the publication of Fallen.
Mr. Lebbon is the co-author with Christopher Golden of the novel Mind the Gap: A Novel of the Hidden Cities (Cemetery Dance: May 2008; Bantam Spectra, May 2008). He also wrote Hellboy: Unnatural Selection (Pocket Books, 2006), and The Everlasting (Necessary Evil Press, March 2007; Leisure Books, May 2007).
Mr. Lebbon is also the author of The New York Times-best-selling novelization of the terrifying horror movie 30 Days of Night (Pocket Star, 2007), which is on the short-list for a “Best Novel (Adapted)” Scribe Award in the category of “Speculative Fiction”. The Second Annual Scribe Awards is presented by the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers, which acknowledges and celebrates excellence in licensed tie-in writing, and will be presented at the San Diego ComicCon in July of this year.
Several of his novels and novellas are currently in development as movies.

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