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Milford Committee

Liz Williams - Chair
Jacey Bedford - Secretary / website
Kari Sperring - Treasurer from January 2021
Jim Anderson - Most Egregious Token Male

Tiffani Angus - Academia contact
Dave Gullen - Committee member without portfolio

Pete Sutton - Anthology editor.

Dave Gullen
Dave Gullen is a writer and IT geek living in South London. He writes SF and Fantasy short stories and novels, and also edits the occassional anthology. He is an occassional leather-worker, and loves tree ferns. He was Milford Chair and Ruler of the Known Universe from September 2016 until January 2021. He is now committee member without portfolio.
Jacey Bedford
Jacey Bedford is published by DAW in the USA (7 novels so far). She has sold several short stories to anthologies and magazines since her first sale in 1998, which gave her a qualifying sale to attend Milford. She turned up to her firsat Milford scared to death she'd be outclassed by every other author. She probably was, but no one laughed her out of the place, so she's still attending Milford whenever she can. And every time she learns something new and meets new friends. She was vice chair until 2015 and from 2015 is secretary.
Liz Williams Liz Williams attended her first Milford in 1998. She's sold more than 15 science fiction and fantasy novels and is published in the USA and the UK (and also translated into Dutch). Her first two novels, Ghost Sister (2001) and Empire of Bones (2002) were both nominated for the Philip K Dick Award. Liz is the daughter of a stage magician and a Gothic novelist. She holds a PhD in Philosophy of Science from Cambridge. She was Milford secretary from 1998 to 2015. From 2015 wass vice-chair and from January 2021 is Chair.
Tiffani Angus
Tiffani Angus is a graduate of Clarion 2009. A former academic who taught writing and publishing at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, she is the author of short stories in several genres, mainly historical fantasy, and her debut novel Threading the Labyrinth (2020) was shortlisted for the British Science Fiction Association and the British Fantasy Society best novel awards. 
Kari Sperring Kari Sperring's first Novel, 'Living With Ghosts' appeared on the honours list for the 2010 James Tiptree Jnr Award. Her second novel, The Grass King's Concubine appeared in 2012 as part of a two book deal with DAW. She's a historian with a PhD in mediaeval British history and a specialisation in early mediaeval Wales and writes academic books under the name of Kari Maund, six, so far plus a number of academic articles. Kari takes over as treasurer from January 2021.
Jim Anderson Jim Anderson is a Professor of Mathematics at the University of Southampton. Beyond mathematics, he practices the traditional Japanese martial art of aikido and writes science fiction and fantasy. He insists his role on the Milford committee is as Most Egregious Token Male.
Pete Sutton Pete W Sutton is a writer and editor. His first book – A Tiding of Magpies – was shortlisted for the British Fantasy Awards in 2017 for Best Collection and republished in 2021. His first novel – Sick City Syndrome was published by KGHH (and is now out of print.) His last novel – Seven Deadly Swords – was published by Grimbold Books. He has edited a number of short story anthologies.

Web site by Jacey Bedford