Jane Yolen

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(February 11, 1939 --)

Jane Hyatt Yolen is a poet and an author and editor of SF, fantasy, and children's books who has written more than 200 books, the best known of which is the timeslip novella "The Devil's Arithmetic." Her other well-known works include "Sister Emily's Lightship," "Lost Girls," and "How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight."

Awards, Honors and GoHships:

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Also involved: - Boskone 24 - Caldecott Medal - Fourth Street Fantasy 1987 - Marcon 28 - Martin H. Greenberg - Nebula Awards - SFWA Grand Master Award - World Fantasy Convention 2016

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Also- Caldecott Medal - Nebula Awards - SFWA Grand Master Award