Genevieve Cogman started on Tolkien and Sherlock Holmes at an early age, and has never looked back. But on a perhaps more prosaic note, she has an MSc in Statistics with Medical Applications and has wielded this in an assortment of jobs: clinical coder, data analyst and classifications specialist. Although The Invisible Library is her debut novel, she has also previously worked as a freelance roleplaying game writer. She is also the author of The Masked City and The Burning Page, both in The Invisible Library series. Genevieve Cogman's hobbies include patchwork, beading, knitting and gaming, and she lives in the north of England.
Author Genevieve Cogman tells us about her very earliest pop culture memory - a moving movement of reconciliation in J. R. R. Tolkien's masterful The Hobbit.
Stolen books, secret agents, forbidden societies ... Genevieve Cogman gives us an insight into the latest book in the Invisible Library series, The Burning Page!
Author Genevieve Cogman discusses the many faces of Sherlock Holmes.'When people are asked why they like Sherlock Holmes, they provide a whole spectrum of replies...'
@aliettedb I loved those as a teen. Had some gender issues when I reread them more recently, but still very good.
by @GenevieveCogman - 12 minutes ago
RT @angryrobotbooks: RIP Julian May, who has died aged 86. The Many-Coloured Land et al were many readers' gateway drug in the 80s and 90s
by @GenevieveCogman - 3 hours ago
RT @Anke: darkmistandodddreams: Like, no offence to disney, but I just found out that the old sleeping beauty... https://t.co/iG8bbs3ltr
by @GenevieveCogman - 11 hours ago
RT @frng_xx: https://t.co/eabSAeDRTW
@aliettedb Thank you!
by @GenevieveCogman - 18 hours ago
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