Jo Walton (1964) received recognition as a Welsh-Canadian science fiction and fantasy book writer. She also presented an interest in poetry. She became popular for a series of awards allocated to her. Examples of these recognitions include the World Fantasy Award presented to her in 2004 for the Tooth and Claw Publication (2003), Best New Writer Award in 2002 and the 2011 Nebula Award for Best Novel named Among Others. Besides the award-winning novels, she published a range of other books. Some of these books include The Prize in the Game (2002), The King’s Name (2001) and The King’s Peace (2000). She also received popularity for her alternate history novel named Farthing (2006).
Born in Wales, she attended Park School in Aberdare and thereafter the Aberdare Girls Grammar School. She also attended the Howell’s School Llandaff, Oswestry School and completed her academic career at the University of Lancaster. Walton moved to London, and a few places until she relocated to Canada in 2002.
Submit your review