World Horror Convention 2010 Announces First GoH

The World Horror Convention 2010 has announced its first Guest of Honour: acclaimed fantasy, horror, science fiction and young adult author, TANITH LEE.

Since the publication of The Birthgrave by DAW Books in 1975, she has published around ninety novels and collections, and almost 300 short stories. Although well-known for her fantasy novels, Tanith got her start in the legendary Pan Book of Horror Stories, had a huge retrospective collection published by Arkham House, Dreams of Dark and Light, and is a regular contributor to Weird Tales and numerous horror anthologies.

Tanith Lee is a Nebula Award and Guardian Children’s Fiction Award nominee, and winner of the British Fantasy Award, two World Fantasy Awards, and two Spanish Gilgames Awards. For more information about Tanith Lee and the WHC, please go to the convention website.

Other writers, artists, editors and publishers already registered as attending World Horror Convention 2010 include Pat Cadigan, Ramsey Campbell, Centipede Press (USA), Peter Crowther, Ellen Datlow, Christopher Fowler, Jemma Press (Greece), Stephen Jones, Allen Koszowski, Tim Lebbon, Brian Lumley, L.H. Maynard & M.P.N. Sims, Gary McMahon, Mark Morris, Lisa Morton, Yvonne Navarro, Kim Newman, Reggie Oliver, OXY Publishing (Greece), Sarah Pinborough, David Pirie, PS Publishing (UK), David A. Riley, Robert Shearman, Michael Marshall Smith, Snowbooks (UK), Alexandra Sokoloff, Tartarus Press (UK), Telos Publishing (UK), Conrad Williams, and F.Paul Wilson, amongst many others.