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Nalo Hopkinson
Brown Girl In The Ring Midnight Robber Whispers from the Cotton Tree Root Skin Folk
Nalo Hopkinson was born in the Caribbean and has lived in Canada since 1977. Her first novel Brown Girl in the Ring received excellent reviews. Not only has she won the1999 Locus Award for best first novel, Nalo also won the 1998 John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best New Writer (against fellow Canadian Julie E. Czerneda.) Her second novel, Midnight Robber, was a finalist for the Philip K. Dick, James Tiptree, Jr., Nebula, Hugo and Sunburst Awards. Her short story collection, Skin Folk, won both a 2002 World Fantasy Award and a Sunburst Award. Nalo's latest novel is called The Salt Roads and was a finalist for a 2004 Nebula Award

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