John G. Hemry
John G. Hemry is the author, under the pen name Jack Campbell, of the New York Times best-selling Lost Fleet series (Dauntless, Fearless, Courageous, Valiant, Relentless and Victorious). His latest book is Dreadnaught, the first in the Lost Fleet – Beyond the Frontier series. He is also the author of the Stark’s War and "JAG in space" series. His short fiction has appeared in places as varied as the last Chicks in Chainmail anthology (Turn the Other Chick) and Analog magazine (most recently "The Rift" in the October 2010 issue and "Betty Knox and Dictionary Jones in the Mystery of the Missing Teenage Anachronisms" in the March 2011 issue). He also has stories in the anthologies Breach the Hull, So it Begins and By Other Means, as well as the essay "Liberating the Future" in Teenagers From the Future (about the Legion of Super Heroes). After retiring from the US Navy and settling in Maryland, John began writing. John lives with his wife (the incomparable S) and three great kids. His oldest son and daughter are diagnosed autistic.
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