logo
Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code
Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff
Maya became addicted to science fiction when her dad let her stay up late to watch "The Day the Earth Stood Still". Mom was horrified. Dad was unrepentant. Maya slept with a night-light in her room until she was 15.She started her writing career sketching science fiction comic books in the last... show more

Maya became addicted to science fiction when her dad let her stay up late to watch "The Day the Earth Stood Still". Mom was horrified. Dad was unrepentant. Maya slept with a night-light in her room until she was 15.She started her writing career sketching science fiction comic books in the last row of her third grade classroom. She was never apprehended. Since then her short fiction has been published in Analog, Amazing Stories, Century, Realms of Fantasy, Interzone, Paradox and Jim Baen's Universe. Look for her British Science Fiction Award finalist "The White Dog" along with a variety of her short fiction on the Café shelves.Her debut novel, "The Meri" (Baen), was a Locus Magazine 1992 Best First Novel nominee (now available as a trade paperback from Sense of Wonder Press). Since, she has published eight more speculative fiction novels, including "Mr. Twilight" (with Michael Reaves) and "Taco Del & the Fabled Tree of Destiny" (from Book View Press). She also worked with Michael on "Star Wars - Coruscant Nights III: Patterns of Force", "Star Wars: Shadow Games" and the New York Times Bestseller and Science Fiction Club selection, "THE LAST JEDI" -- fourth book in the Coruscant Nights series.Maya lives in San Jose where she writes, performs, and records original and parody (filk) music with her husband and awesome musician and music producer, Chef Jeff Vader, All-Powerful God of Biscuits. The couple frequently serves as Guest of Honor at science fiction/fantasy conventions and at filk music gatherings, and has been honored with Pegasus Awards for Best Parody and Best Performer. They've produced five music albums: "RetroRocket Science", "Aliens Ate My Homework" and "Grated Hits" (parody), and the original music CDs "Manhattan Sleeps" and "Mobius Street". Their albums are available on CDBaby and from iTunes.Check out the music video for our Pegasus Award winning parody: "Midichlorian Rhapsody" in my video feed.To top it off, they've also produced three musical children: Alex, Avery, and Amanda.
show less
Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff's Books
Recently added on shelves
Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff's readers
Share this Author
Community Reviews
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it 3 years ago
Lucinda is the owner of a pawn shop which has the power to appear anywhere in the world. Only those who are going through some kind of moral conflict can enter; once inside, a dark object calls out to them. This object will have the power to greatly influence their lives. As the devil's daughter, L...
sherrysniderfundin
sherrysniderfundin rated it 3 years ago
I won The Devil’s Daughter by Hope Shcenk de Michele and Paul Marquez in a giveaway. Sorry, but I cannot remember where. I love covers with eyes. Between the title and the cover, I think someone may be up to something bad. What do you think? Come visit Lucinda’s Pawn Shop and find what is looking ...
Cozy Claws and Dusty Bones
Cozy Claws and Dusty Bones rated it 4 years ago
*** E-Arc provided by NetGalley ***
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 6 years ago
Colin has no other name but he's often known as Mr Twilight. He devotes his life to solving and neutralising magical crimes and criminals. He teams up with a beautiful Native American and a New York detective who is apparently immune ot Magic. While I found the adventure interesting, some of the fl...
Bookstooge's Reviews On the Road
Bookstooge's Reviews On the Road rated it 6 years ago
When this book came out, I had just finished Shadow Games and wasn't really impressed. So I asked on the book page why I should read this book.One of the authors, Maya Bohnhoff, responded very nicely and encouraged me to read the book. I thought that was great. So I read the book. It was ok. On par ...
see community reviews
Need help?