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Abraham, Daniel (Daniel Abraham)

Daniel Abraham, in the game of pseudonyms, is certainly king. With his trifecta of names—Daniel Abraham, M. L. N. Hanover, and James S. A. Corey—he's proven that he's not just a jack-of-all-trades, but a master of many. These are not mere masks, but unique personas, each having its own creative palate, its own distinct voice. He is an American novelist, screenwriter, and television producer who's as comfortable in the urban fantasy back-alleys as he is in the expansive universe of science fiction. It's as if he carries an ID for every genre.

You could describe Abraham as an author, but that's like calling a Swiss army knife a toothpick. Yes, he's written series like The Long Price Quartet and The Dagger and the Coin that would make any fantasy enthusiast's heart flutter with delight. He's deftly navigated the realm of George R. R. Martin's Westeros in A Game of Thrones: The Graphic Novel and the Wild Cards universe. And yes, under the name M. L. N. Hanover, he’s delved into urban fantasy with the Black Sun's Daughter series. But it's his role as one half of the pseudonym James S. A. Corey, where he’s co-piloted The Expanse series, that has launched him into the stratosphere of contemporary science fiction. You can search the Nest for articles on Abraham, Daniel (Daniel Abraham) over at