Charles Christian

Charles Christian

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Charles Christian is a professional writer, editor, award-winning journalist and former Reuters correspondent. His most recent non-fiction books are A travel guide to Yorkshire’s Weird Wolds: The Mysterious Wold Newton Triangle and Writing Genre Fiction: Creating Imaginary Worlds - The 12 Rules which has been an Amazon.com top 20 best seller since publication in early 2014. 

His science fiction and fantasy books are The Hot Chick & Other Weird Tales which was long-listed for three national and international book awards, Secret Cargo (2013) and Tomorrow's Ghosts (2014). His work, both fiction and poetry, have been selected for anthologies and collections in the UK and US. 

In 2012 he started his own SF&F blog, Urban Fantasist, the speculative fiction genre where the weird meets the mundane in a "what if..." world that is almost (but only almost) normal. It has grown quickly and has now expanded to cover sci fi, fantasy, paranormal and horror. www.urbanfantasist.com

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