(October 12, 1956 – January 14, 2021)
Storm Constantine, a British SF and fantasy author, also wrote several nonfiction works. “She had been a cheeringly flamboyant presence at conventions,” eulogized Dave Langford in Ansible 403 (February 2021).
Since the late 1980s, Constantine had written more than 20 novels. Her most popular novels were her "Wraeththu" series (1987–2003). Her short fiction was collected in Oracle Lips (1999). She collaborated with Michael Moorcock on Silverheart, a novel set in his Elric multiverse.
In 2003, she launched Immanion Press, a publishing company that produced her own works, new writers, and well-known genre writers, mainly from the UK.
Her nonfiction works include The Inward Revolution (with Deborah Benstead) (1998), Bast and Sekhmet: Eyes of Ra (with Eloise Coquio) (1999), Egyptian Birth Signs (2002), The Grimoire of Deharan Magick: Kaimana (2005), and Sekhem Heka: A Natural Healing and Self Development System (2008).
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1992 -- Novacon 22
- 1993 -- Octocon 1991
- 1995 -- Finncon 1995
- 1996 -- Festival of the Imagination 1996
- 2000 -- Fantasycon XXIV
- 2004 -- Lunacon 47
- 2013 -- Bristol-Con 2013
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