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Gresh, Lois H

Entry updated 21 February 2022. Tagged: Author.

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(1956-    ) US author who began publishing work of genre interest with "CAFEBABE" (in Infinite Loop, anth 1993, ed Larry Constantine), and who has written fiction and nonfiction for both adult and Young Adult audiences, beginning with a Near Future Technothriller The Termination Node (1999) with Robert E Weinberg; TechnoLife 2020: A Day in the World of Tomorrow (2001) combines a Near Future novella with nonfiction sections designed to explicate the story. The Chuck Farris books, each in collaboration with her son Danny Gresh, are children's fiction centred on PlayStation2 Videogames. A further sf novel is Blood and Ice (2011), featuring alien Vampires; Eldritch Evolutions (coll 2011) assembles sf, dark fantasy and horror stories.

Most of Gresh's nonfiction deals with various fantasy or sf universes, either individual as in The Truth about A Series of Unfortunate Events: Eyeballs, Leeches, Hypnotism, and Orphans – Exploring Lemony Snicket's World (2004) and The Hunger Games Companion – The Unauthorized Guide to the Series (2011), or shared, as in The Computers of Star Trek (1999) with Robert E Weinberg. [JC/DRL]

Lois Harriet Gresh

born March 1956

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Chuck Farris

Sherlock Holmes vs Cthulhu

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