Philip Pullman

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(19 October 1946 -- )

Philip Pulllman is a Oxford based fantasy writer known for the trilogy His Dark Materials

Awards, Honors and GoHships:

  • 1995 -- Carnegie Medal (it went on to be the most popular winner in the award's history)
  • 1995 -- Guardian Children's Fiction Prize
  • 1996 -- Ad Astra 16
  • 1999 -- Finncon 1999
  • 2000 -- Lexicon
  • 2001 -- Whitbred Prize for Best Children's Book The Amber Spyglass
  • 2002 -- Whitbred Book of the Year for The Amber Spyglass
  • 2004 -- Concourse

Person Website(IA) Reasonator 1946
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