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Gaie Sebold

Gaie Sebold’s first published book was a poetry collection, Urban Fox (Tall Lighthouse Press, 2001). Her debut novel introduced brothel-owning ex-avatar of sex and war, Babylon Steel (Solaris, 2012); followed by the sequel, Dangerous Gifts. The steampunk fantasy Shanghai Sparrow came out in 2014 and Sparrow Falling in 2016.

Her stories have appeared in a number of magazines and anthologies, including the BFS Award shortlisted anthology Fight Like a Girl. She is a freelance copy editor, runs writing workshops, grows vegetables, and is a judge for the 2018 Arthur C Clarke Award.

Her website is and you can find her on twitter @GaieSebold

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