Steph P. Bianchini

Steph P. Bianchini’s main cultural influences are Japanese manga and Latin classics, but SF always had a special place in their heart.

After having studied in Italy and Hong Kong and lived in three continents (including one year on an ocean-crossing sailboat), they eventually settled down in Scotland, where skies are dark and the Arctic Sea is near. They’re a historian by education and specialise in the Antiquity and the Renaissance times, with selected incursions into the history of East Asia.

They moonlight as a number-cruncher and a social scientist, while publishing speculative fiction and poetry under a different byline. A member of SFWA and HWA, they’re EIC of the genre magazine Frozen Wavelets ( Among their recent non-fiction works, an article about historical witchcraft in Modern Europe ( and an analysis of the trope of unrequited love in Japanese anime and manga (

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