Under his own name he was until 2003 Commissioning Editor of Paper Tiger, the world's leading publisher of fantasy art books; he received the 2002 Chesley Award for his work with Paper Tiger. He was until recently the US Reviews Editor of Infinity Plus and is a Consultant Editor to AAPPL (Artists' & Photographers' Press Ltd).
Recently published major books, all as John Grant, include
Masters of Animation, the "book-length fiction" Dragonhenge
(illustrated by Bob Eggleton and shortlisted for a 2003 Hugo Award) and its "sequel" The Stardragons, the novel The Far-Enough Window, the story collection Take No Prisoners, the children's book Life-Size Dragons illustrated by Fred Gambino), the anthology New Writings in the Fantastic, and two books on science, Discarded Science and Corrupted Science. He has just finished a wildly experimental mosaic novel eviscerating the Bush Administration and a cute children's dinosaur storybook, and is currently at work on a book about film noir and, with his other hand, a further history-of-science book.
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