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(1948 --)
 
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An [[American]] [[SF writer]] who is particularly known for her novel ''The Snow Queen''.  She has been writing since first publishing in [[Orbit]] in 1974.  She has been married twice, to  [[sf writer]] [[Vernor Vinge]], and later to [[SF editor]] [[Jim Frenkel]].  They live in [[Madison, WI]].  She was severely injured in a auto accident in 2002 which left her unable to write for about five years.
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An [[American]] [[SF writer]] who is particularly known for her novel ''The Snow Queen''.  She has been writing since first publishing in [[Orbit]] in 1974.  She has been married twice, to  [[sf writer]] [[Vernor Vinge]], and later to SF editor [[Jim Frenkel]].  They live in [[Madison, WI]].  She was severely injured in a auto accident in 2002 which left her unable to write for about five years.
  
 
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* 3 more Hugo nominations
 
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Latest revision as of 11:01, 23 May 2020

(1948 --)

An American SF writer who is particularly known for her novel The Snow Queen. She has been writing since first publishing in Orbit in 1974. She has been married twice, to sf writer Vernor Vinge, and later to SF editor Jim Frenkel. They live in Madison, WI. She was severely injured in a auto accident in 2002 which left her unable to write for about five years.

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Person Website(IA) Search: Fanac, Fan, Pro, SFE, Wikipedia, Reasonator 1948
Also involved with: 1976 Campbell Award - 1977 Campbell Award - 1979 Best Novella Hugo - 1979 Best Short Story Hugo - 1992 Best Novel Hugo - 1992 Best Original Artwork Hugo - Delphyne Joan Woods - OASIS 3
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