Russell B. Farr is an Australian editor and writer of speculative fiction.
Russell B. Farr
|Born||Perth, Western Australia|
Farr was born in Perth, Western Australia. In 1996 he founded Ticonderoga Publications publishing works by authors such as Sean Williams and Stephen Dedman. In 1999 Farr created the online journal Ticonderoga Online, which in 2006 won the Ditmar Award for best fanzine. In 2008 Farr won the Ditmar Award for best collected work as the editor of the anthology Fantastic Wonder Stories. He also won the 2008 Aurealis Award for best collection as the editor of Sean Williams' collection Magic Dirt: The Best of Sean Williams. Farr as a writer has published over 100 stories articles, reviews and essays. He now lives in Greenwood, Western Australia.
|2004||Ditmar Award||No Award||Best fanzine||Nomination|
|2006||Ditmar Award||Ticonderoga Online||Best fanzine||Won|
|2007||Ditmar Award||—||Professional achievement||Nomination|
|2008||Aurealis Award||Magic Dirt: The Best of Sean Williams (with Sean Williams. Farr as editor)||Best collection||Won|
|Ditmar Award||—||Professional achievement||Nomination|
|Ditmar Award||Fantastic Wonder Stories (as editor)||Best collected work||Won|
|Ditmar Award||The Workers' Paradise (with Nick Evans as editors)||Best collected work||Nomination|