John Meaney Biography
John Meaney is a British science fiction and fantasy author. He was born in 1954 in Malta and grew up in England.Meaney's most notable works include the "Nulapeiron Sequence" series, which explores a world where reality is constantly shifting and changing, and the "Tristopolis" series, which tells the story of a city where the dead can be brought back to life through a combination of science and magic.Meaney's writing is known for its intricate plotting, detailed world-building, and exploration of themes such as identity, memory, and the nature of reality. He has been nominated for several awards for his writing, including the Arthur C. Clarke Award for Best Science Fiction Novel in 2001 for "Paradox."In addition to his writing, Meaney has also worked as a computer engineer and a teacher. He continues to write and publish new novels and stories, and his works are enjoyed by fans of science fiction and fantasy around the world.