Brandon Sanderson

Brandon Sanderson
Sanderson at the 2016 Lucca Comics & Games convention
Sanderson at the 2016 Lucca Comics & Games convention
Born (1975-12-19) December 19, 1975 (age 45)
Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.
Alma materBrigham Young University (B.A., M.A.)
GenreFantasy, science fiction
Notable worksMistborn
The Stormlight Archive
Final three books in Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time
The Reckoners
SpouseEmily Bushman

Brandon Sanderson (born December 19, 1975) is an American author of epic fantasy and science fiction. He is best known for the Cosmere fictional universe, in which most of his fantasy novels, most notably the Mistborn series and The Stormlight Archive, are set. Outside of the Cosmere, he has written several young adult[a] and juvenile series including The Reckoners, the Skyward series, and the Alcatraz series. He is also known for finishing Robert Jordan's high fantasy series The Wheel of Time and has created several graphic novel fantasy series including the White Sand and Dark One.

He created Sanderson's Laws of Magic and popularized the terms "hard and soft magic systems". In 2008, Sanderson started a podcast with author Dan Wells and cartoonist Howard Tayler called Writing Excuses, involving topics about creating genre writing and webcomics.

In 2016, the American media company DMG Entertainment licensed the movie rights to Sanderson's entire Cosmere universe.[1]
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  1. ^ "DMG Nabs Rights to Brandon Sanderson's 'Cosmere' Book Universe in Massive Deal (EXCLUSIVE)". October 27, 2016.

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