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Encyclopedia > Troy Denning

Troy Denning (b. 1958) is a fantasy and science fiction author of the New York Times bestselling novel Waterdeep (1989), which he wrote with Scott Ciencin under the pseudonym Richard Awlinson. He is also the author of a number of Star Wars novels, recently the popular Star Wars: Dark Nest trilogy, the first installment of which was released in July 2005. For other definitions of fantasy, see fantasy (psychology). ... Science fiction is a form of speculative fiction principally dealing with the impact of imagined science and technology, or both, upon society and persons as individuals. ... A pseudonym (Greek: false name) is a fictitious name used by an individual as an alternative to their legal name (whereas an allonym is the name of another actual person assumed by one person in authorship of a work of art; e. ...

He is a former editor and game designer and currently lives in Wisconsin.

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Author Troy Denning Interviewed (2686 words)
Troy Denning: The basic idea was pitched to me as a "Classic Bridge" novel, one that ties elements of the Prequel era to the Classic era, and I think that's a pretty good description of how the book turned out.
Troy Denning: This touches on a theme close to my heart, the idea that life is a current.
Troy Denning: The vision you're talking about is a direct reference to the comic story, but I doubt it will be explored any further in novel form.
Business Spotlight: Invisible NYC (665 words)
Troy Denning is well-known in the tattoo industry, with clients coming from as far as
Troy started out by giving himself a skull tattoo on his wrist using a needle and Indian ink.
Troy works with his clients to come up with a design that both the artist and subject are happy with.
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