Emma Newman is a British science fiction and fantasy writer, podcaster and audiobook narrator. She was nominated for the British Fantasy Award as best newcomer in 2014. She has published eleven novels and a collection of short fiction. Her hobbies include Live Action Role Playing and dressmaking.
Emma Newman at Åcon 2018.
The Split Worlds – Urban fantasy
- Between Two Thorns (2013) ISBN 1-682-30376-4 (nominated for British Fantasy Society Best Short Story Award)
- Any Other Name (2013) ISBN 1-682-30377-2
- All Is Fair (2013) ISBN 1-682-30378-0
- A Little Knowledge (2016) ISBN 1-682-30291-1
- All Good Things (2017) ISBN 1-682-30616-X
Planetfall – Science fiction
- Planetfall (2015) ISBN 0-425-28239-2
- After Atlas (2016) ISBN 0-425-28240-6 (nominated for the Clarke Award in 2017)
- Before Mars (2018) ISBN 0-399-58732-2
- Atlas Alone (2019) ISBN 0-399-58734-9
Industrial Magic – Steampunk
Critical studies and reviews of Newman's workEdit
Between two thorns
- Di Filippo, Paul (January 2014). "On Books". Asimov's Science Fiction. 38 (1): 101–105.
She is the co-creator, with her husband Peter Newman, of the Hugo Award winning podcast Tea and Jeopardy. The podcast has over 70 episodes and revolve around Emma hosting another creator for a nice cup of tea and cake, while her scheming butler Latimer (played by Peter Newman) attempts to send them to their deaths at the end of the episode.