The Wicked Saga, Wonder Woman novelisation
Nancy looks forward to meeting all her fans in Melbourne and Gold Coast in April 2019.
Nancy will give a Q&A panel each weekend, and sign autographs throughout Saturday and Sunday in both cities.
Further information on Nancy’s panels will be listed in our Event Programme, released closer to the convention.
American writer Nancy Holder has appeared on the bestseller lists of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and The Los Angeles Times. She has received 5 Bram Stoker Awards from the Horror Writers Association for Novel, Anthology, Short Story, Young Adult, as well as a Young Adult Pioneer Award from RT Booksellers, and a special sales award from Amazon.com. Her series, the Wicked Saga, co-written with Debbie Viguié, was optioned by DreamWorks.
She has written over 80 novels and more than 200 short stories, essays, and articles. She is well known for writing fiction and episode guidebooks for TV shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Smallville, Sabrina the Teen Age Witch, Beauty and the Beast, Saving Grace, Wishbone, and for novelizing movies including Wonder Woman, Crimson Peak, and the recent Ghostbusters. She also writes horror and young adult novels such as The Rules. Her short fiction has appeared in many “Best of” anthologies including The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror edited by Ellen Datlow. She has also written Nancy Drew stories under the house name Carolyn Keene, as well as series written as Nicole Clarke, Melissa J. Morgan, and Chris P. Flesh.
She is the writer on Kymera Press’s comic book series, Mary Shelley Presents, in which Mary Shelley and the Creature showcase works written by other women writers from the years spanning 1780 to 1920. The first four issues are currently being collected into a graphic novel, to debut at San Diego Comic-Con in 2019. She has also written comic books for Moonstone Books, specializing in the Domino Lady, and has sent DL on adventures with Sherlock Holmes, The Phantom, and others, and has written and edited novels, stories and anthologies starring other pulp characters such as Zorro. She also teaches seminars and workshops on writing comics and graphic novels for the Stonecoast MFA in Creative Writing offered through the University of Southern Maine in the United States.
She is an avid Holmesian, having written for the Baker Street Journal, as well as short stories starring the World’s First Consulting Detective for a number of anthologies including The Further Crossovers of Sherlock Holmes, In the Company of Sherlock Holmes, Gaslight Gothic: Strange Tales of Sherlock Holmes, and the new anthology, Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Was Not, edited by Christopher Sequeira and published by IFWG Publishing.
She is on the Board of Trustees for the Horror Writers Association and is currently serving as a judge for the World Fantasy Awards. She lives in Washington State.
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