Tim Powers

Tim Powers has written over a dozen novels encompassing the entire range of speculative fiction, from his swashbuckling tale of Blackbeard in On Stranger Tides to his take on time travel in The Anubis Gates. He is the recipient of multiple Philip K. Dick Awards, World Fantasy Awards, and Locus Awards.

He was born in Buffalo, NY, on Leap Year Day in 1952, but has lived in southern California since 1959. Powers’ first two novels, The Skies Discrowned and Epitaph in Rust, were both published in 1976. His subsequent novels include The Drawing of the Dark, The Anubis Gates (winner of the Philip K. Dick Memorial Award and the Prix Apollo), Dinner at Deviant’s Palace (winner of the Philip K. Dick Memorial Award), On Stranger Tides, The Stress of Her Regard, Last Call (winner of the World Fantasy Award), Expiration Date, Earthquake Weather, Declare (winner of the World Fantasy Award), and Three Days to Never. Powers has taught at the Clarion Science Fiction Writers’ Workshop at Michigan State University six times, and has three times co-taught the Writers of the Future Workshop with Algis Budrys.

For more information on the man and his body of work (including an online gallery of Tim’s artwork), check out www.theworksoftimpowers.com

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