Storm Constantine

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(1956 --)

Storm Constantine is a British SF and fantasy author who also has written several non-fiction works.

Since the late 1980s Constantine has written more than 20 novels. Her most popular novels are her "Wraeththu" series (1987 - 2003). Her short fiction was collected in Oracle Lips (1999). In 2003 she launched Immanion Press. The publishing company publishes her own works, new writers, and well-known genre writers, mainly from the UK.

Her non-fiction works include The Inward Revolution (with Deborah Benstead) (1998), Bast and Sekhmet: Eyes of Ra (with Elouise Coquio) (1999), Egyptian Birth Signs (2002), The Grimoire of Deharan Magick: Kaimana (2005), and Sekhem Heka: A Natural Healing and Self Development System (2008).

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Also involved: - Dymocks SF Store - Eidolon Publications - Microcon 9 - NewCon 4 - Octocon 1993 - Shoestringcon 14

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