Shane Dix
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Shane Dix

Shane Dix (born 1960 in Wales[1]) is an Australian science fiction author best known for his collaborative work with Sean Williams in the Star Wars: New Jedi Order series.[2]

In addition to his novels with Sean Williams, Dix has had short stories published in various magazines and anthologies, including Aurealis: Australian Fantasy & Science Fiction, Eidolon: The Journal of Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy, Borderlands, Twenty3 : A Miscellany (1998), and Alien Shores: An Anthology of Australian Science Fiction (1994).[3]

While primarily known for his science-fiction work, since 2007 Dix has been branching out into other genres and fields of writing with a number of original novels. Four of these manuscripts are now complete, and he is currently looking for an agent to represent them.

His daughter Katelin Dix is also a writer, with promising work in both teenage and fantasy fiction.

Bibliography

Series Contributions

Cogal Series (co-written with Sean Williams)

  • The Unknown Soldier (1995)

Evergence Series (co-written with Sean Williams)

Orphans (co-written with Sean Williams)

  • Echoes of Earth (2002)
  • Orphans of Earth (2002)
  • Heirs of Earth (2003)

Star Wars: The New Jedi Order (co-written with Sean Williams)

  • Force Heretic I: Remnant (2003)
  • Force Heretic II: Refugee (2003)
  • Force Heretic III: Reunion(2003)
  • Or Die Trying (2004 short story co-written with Sean Williams)

Novels

  • Geodesica: Ascent (February 2005) (co-written with Sean Williams)
  • Geodesica: Descent (February 2006) (co-written with Sean Williams)

Awards

Biography

  • Space Invader by Susie O'Brien, The Advertiser 25 March 2000

Interviews

  • A Conversation with Sean Williams and Shane Dix with Lisa DuMond, The SF Site, January 2002 [4]
  • Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine no. 23, 2006, pp 107-111

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References



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