Cromercrox is a Senior Editor with everyone’s favourite weekly professional science journal beginning with N, where he works under the pseudonym of Henry Gee and covers evolutionary developmental biology, palaeontology and Aliens from Outer Space.
He has written a few short stories and several books - the latest is The Accidental Species, a book on human evolution, published by the University of Chicago Press.
His other books include:
The Science of Middle-earth. A revised and updated edition of has just been published as an e-book;
In Search Of Deep Time;
By The Sea (a novel);
Siege of Stars, Scourge of Stars and Rage of Stars (collectively the Sigil SF trilogy);
Before The Backbone;
A Field Guide to Dinosaurs (with stellar dino-artist Luis V. Rey);
- and a kids’ book called Defiant The Guinea-Pig: Firefighter! (with his younger daughter, Crox Minima.)
He edited the reprint collections Shaking the Tree and Rise of the Dragon, and the SF collection Futures From Nature.
You can also find him on Facebook, on Twitter (@HenryGeeBooks) and on Amazon.
He lives in Cromer, Norfolk, England, with his family and numerous pets, and enjoys playing hard-rock organ with his band Stealer, beachcombing, supporting Norwich City FC, and falling asleep.
He is represented by Jill Grinberg Literary Management LLC, and that’s where all inquiries about sole-author book projects should be directed in the first instance.
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