Kristin Landon

"The light spilled in through her tall oval window, which faced east, away from the City, over a high blue plateau smoked with gray clumps of scrub. The mild, orange sun of Nexus, huge to her eyes, hung low over yellow-brown mountains. The mountains shimmered—the effect of the climate shield, she knew, that kept dust outside the city and humidity inside. . . ."

—The Hidden Worlds, Chapter 5

About Kristin Landon

A lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest, Kristin Landon has been reading science fiction since the age of seven, when she discovered H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds (this exact edition) in the school library. Science fiction led her to science, and she earned a degree in chemistry and worked as a research lab technician for a number of years before following her talent for writing and editing into a new career in technical publishing. In addition to her novel writing, she works as a freelance copyeditor of medical, scientific, and technical books.

Her published novels thus far comprise the Hidden Worlds trilogy: The Hidden Worlds, The Cold Minds, and The Dark Reaches. Her novelette “From the Depths” appeared in the highly acclaimed science fiction anthology To Shape the Dark (Candlemark & Gleam, 2016).

Kristin lives with her husband, any children who might be visiting, and a spaniel named Lucy.

You can read part one of an interview that Heather Massey did with Kristin at The Galaxy Express. Part two is here.

And an interview that Tia Nevitt did with Kristin is at Fantasy Debut.

Email Kristin: Kristin "at"

Image by David Landon.