Author of 'The Journey and Other Short Stories' and 'The Methuselah Paradox', Elaine Jackson (writing as EJ Jackson) studied creative writing with Faber Academy and editing and screenwriting with The Writer's Workshop. She also has the singular distinction of being the founder of the only official appreciation society for 'The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy', ZZ9, which she started in 1980 and which is still going strong today.
Elaine lives in Surrey, in the United Kingdom, with her husband and son, and is a voracious reader. Her first brush with science fiction was 'Star Trek', which led her to creating a local discussion group in her home town of Aldershot in her late teens. She was soon editing newsletters and fanzines, and has also been known to illustrate - although these days she prefers to leave the artwork to the professionals!
Elaine is proud to be an author member of the Alliance of Independent Authors.