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David B.

Coe (English David B.

Coe ) Country: USA Born: 1963-03-12 David B.

Coe was born on March 12 1963. He grew up on the outskirts of New York. The family had four children, David was the fourth, the youngest. His mother, schoolteacher, and father, a stockbroker, instilled in their children a love of books, and as a result, all four of Coe`s children became writers. David`s older brother, Bill, became the author of technical books. His sister Liz writes and produces television shows in Hollywood. Jim Coe, second brother, artist and writer. He is the author of illustrated bird albums based solely on his own observations and research. David received an undergraduate degree from Brown University and then entered the Department of United States History at Stanford University. His doctoral dissertation was on conservative politics, earning him a Ph.D.

in 1993. His dissertation "Realms of Nature, Spheres of Interest: Environmental Policy in the Pacific Northwest, 1932 1952...

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David B. Coe (English David B. Coe ) Country: USA Born: 1963-03-12 David B. Coe was born on March 12 1963. He grew up on the outskirts of New York. The family had four children, David was the fourth, the youngest. His mother, schoolteacher, and father, a stockbroker, instilled in their children a love of books, and as a result, all four of Coe`s children became writers. David`s older brother, Bill, became the author of technical books. His sister Liz writes and produces television shows in Hollywood. Jim Coe, second brother, artist and writer. He is the author of illustrated bird albums based solely on his own observations and research. David received an undergraduate degree from Brown University and then entered the Department of United States History at Stanford University. His doctoral dissertation was on conservative politics, earning him a Ph.D. in 1993. His dissertation "Realms of Nature, Spheres of Interest: Environmental Policy in the Pacific Northwest, 1932 1952" (Stanford, 1993) is currently available for reading through University Microfilms, Inc. For a while, David even thought about continuing his career as a scientist, wanted to become an academician, but soon changed his mind. David Coe is now a professional writer. His specialization is fantasy and science fiction. His first novel, Sons of Amaris, the first volume of The LonTobyn Chronicle series, was published in 1997 by Tor Books. The series was continued by the novels The Exiles (1998) and The Master (2000). In 1999, The LonTobyn Chronicle was awarded the William L. Crawford Memorial Fantasy Award by the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts (IAFA). This prize is awarded annually to the best book or series written by a young author. The LonTobyn Chronicle has been translated into Russian, Czech, German and published in Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia. Coe is currently finishing work on his second fantasy series, Winds of the Forelands. The first three volumes of this series were published by the same Tor Books in 2002, 2003 and 2005. All three are now reprinted in America in paperback. The fourth volume of this series, Shapers of Darkness, was released in December 2005. Weavers of War, the fifth and final book in the series, was released in February 2007. Readers with an in-depth interest in Forelands history can read his story "Night of Two Moons". This story, which tells about the events that took place 9 centuries before the main action described in Winds of the Forelands, was published in Black Gate magazine in the summer of 2002. David Coe`s first science fiction story, "The Christmas Count," was published online on July 27, 2005. He is also working on two new fantasy projects. One of them, the Blood of the Southlands series, is a sequel to the Winds of the Forelands series. The first book, The Sorcerers? Plague, due out in late 2007 by Tor Books. It is planned to be a trilogy. Another project stands out somewhat from the entire work of the author and is a combination of several genres - mystery, urban fantasy and science fiction. It is a series of detective novels. Those familiar with Coe`s work will not be surprised to learn that he is an avid bird watcher and everything to do with nature. He has watched birds since the age of seven, when his brothers, Bill and Jim, first took him to a picnic. At first, they let him forward into any thicket, regardless of what might be hiding there: thorny bushes, poison ivy, a fast and deep stream. Later they assured him that they let him go ahead because they liked his company ... In general, on this score he retains some suspicions ... In addition to birds, David still has a lot of interests. This includes observing butterflies, photographing landscapes and animals, and playing golf. In addition, he is very fond of listening to music, playing the guitar, watching or playing baseball and enjoying his favorite movies ... David Coe and his wife are raising two daughters and living in Tennessee. Official site: www.sff.net/people/davidbcoe Blog: www.sff.net/people/davidbcoe/BlogPage.htm Science fiction laboratory .