Sarah Langan first novel THE KEEPER (2006) was a New York Times Editor's Pick. Her second novel THE MISSING (2007), won the Bram Stoker Award for outstanding novel, was a Publisher's Weekly favorite book of the year, and an IHG outstanding novel nominee. Her third novel AUDREY'S DOOR, is due out from HarperCollins in October, and she is currently at work on her fourth novel, EMPTY HOUSES. She has published a dozen short stories and several essays and is working on a Master's in Environmental Toxicology from New York University. The New York Times Book Review recently compared her to Mary Shelley. Langan lives in Brooklyn, New York with her husband, screenwriter/director/children's book author JT Petty and their newborn daughter and house rabbit.
JT Petty is the author of the popular series of chapter books for young readers, CLEMENCY POGUE, published by Simon & Schuster. FAIRY KILLER, along with its sequel, THE HOBGOBLIN PROXY, were optioned for film adaptation by the Jim Henson Company. Also a screenwriter and director of movies, his first feature film, SOFT FOR DIGGING, was selected for the 2001 Sundance Film Festival, and went on to dozens of festivals world-wide. His most recent film THE BURROWERS, is a monster western (Lionsgate, 2009).
He has been writing for videogames since 1999, and is one of the creators of the game SPLINTER CELL, a best-selling franchise which earned him a Game Developer’s Choice Award. His most recent videogame work was on the adaptation of John Favreau's IRON MAN. He and his wife, literary horror writer Sarah Langan, live in Brooklyn with their newborn daughter.
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