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'''Paul Barnett''' (who also wrote under the pseudonym '''John Grant''') was a Scottish sf and fantasy author and editor living in the US from 1999. He was Technical Editor for [[The Science Fiction Encyclopedia]] and co-edited the [[The Encyclopedia of Fantasy]] for which he won a [[Hugo]] and [[World Fantasy Award]]
 
'''Paul Barnett''' (who also wrote under the pseudonym '''John Grant''') was a Scottish sf and fantasy author and editor living in the US from 1999. He was Technical Editor for [[The Science Fiction Encyclopedia]] and co-edited the [[The Encyclopedia of Fantasy]] for which he won a [[Hugo]] and [[World Fantasy Award]]
  
 
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* 1998 -- '''[[Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo]]''' for [[The Encyclopedia of Fantasy]]
 
* 1998 -- '''[[Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo]]''' for [[The Encyclopedia of Fantasy]]
 
* 2004 -- '''[[Best Related Book Hugo]]''' for ''The Chesley Awards for Science Fiction and Fantasy Art: A Retrospective''
 
* 2004 -- '''[[Best Related Book Hugo]]''' for ''The Chesley Awards for Science Fiction and Fantasy Art: A Retrospective''
 
* 2014 -- [[LI-CON 1]]
 
* 2014 -- [[LI-CON 1]]
  
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Latest revision as of 13:30, 14 February 2020

(22 November 1949 - 3 February 2020)

Paul Barnett (who also wrote under the pseudonym John Grant) was a Scottish sf and fantasy author and editor living in the US from 1999. He was Technical Editor for The Science Fiction Encyclopedia and co-edited the The Encyclopedia of Fantasy for which he won a Hugo and World Fantasy Award

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