Stu Shiffman is a native New Yorker long resident in Seattle, where he attempts to stay dry and uncovered in moss. He is a long-time science fiction fan (winner of the Trans-Atlantic Fan Fund in 1981 and the 1990 Hugo Award for Best Fan Artist as well as the 2010 Rotsler Award for fanart), Sherlockian (Sound of the Baskervilles, Hounds of the Internet) and Wodehousian and has contributed cartoons, illustrations and articles to fanzines, Sherlockian publications (Baker Street Journal, etc.) and Wodehouse journals (Plum Lines and Wooster Sauce). Stu has written on alternate history and is a member of the judging panel for the Sidewise Award for Alternate History. See the anthology Tales of the Shadowmen 5: Vampires of Paris for his short story "The Milkman Cometh" where Tevye meets Sherlock Holmes and confronts Boris Badenov! and "Grim Days" in Tales of the Shadowmen 7 in which Lord Peter Wimsey and Colonel Haki meet in Istanbul (see Blackcoat Press). In his spare time, Stu travels the West in his private railway car and fights fiendish menaces to nineteenth century America. Stu lives with Andi Shechter in a hobbit hole with too many books.
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