Bio: Timothy R. Sullivan was born in Maine and grew up there. He has lived in the Washington, DC area, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and in south Florida. He currently lives in South Miami with his companion Fiona Kelleghan.
Sullivan began writing science fiction in the late 1970s and achieved some early prominence when he was selected to write a series of novels based on the television show, V. He subsequently published four original novels, Destiny?s End (1988), The Parasite War (1989), The Martian Viking (1991) and Lords of Creation (1992).
Throughout his writing career, Sullivan has regularly published SF short stories in the genre magazines including, most often, Asimov?s. He has been a finalist for the Nebula Award.
Sullivan conceived and edited two original anthologies Tropical Chills (1988) and Cold Shocks (1991).
Sullivan has also written a number of original screenplays for low-budget action movies and acted in several as well.
Hallucination--or time travel? One man alone against the cosmos, creating his own reality! Exiled on Mars! Johnsmith Biberkopf escapes from a penal colony on the Red Planet and learns that his hallucinations are real--space and time can be manipulated!� Kidnapped by Vikings who've sailed through the continua since ancient times, Johnsmith embarks on an epic adventure, an�infinite�journey through the multiverse.�Facing alien menace, he learns the terrifying truth about the power of illusi... more info>>
A combat veteran leads a rag-tag group of survivors in an all-out war against invading aliens! The world's�cities have been destroyed by a�ghastly holocaust from space. The few remaining souls eke out an existence in the ruins, ransacking skyscrapers for food, and living in the city's sewers like vermin.�Alex Ward, a man who has lost everything, and a beautiful woman named Jo, unite the survivors�to battle the slithering menace of the Colloids,�parasites whose seed has drifted through ... more info>>