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(May 25, 1926 – July 14, 2009)
Phyllis Fay Gotlieb (née Bloom) was a Canadian pro and an acclaimed poet. She began publishing short fiction in the late 1950s. Her first SF novel, Sunburst, was published in 1964; the Sunburst Award is named for it. Gotlieb won the Aurora Award for Best Novel in 1982 for her novel A Judgement of Dragons.
Her husband was Calvin “Kelly” Gotlieb (1921–2016), a computer-science professor; they lived in Toronto and interacted with fandom there. They frequently attended Ad Astra.
- Entry in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction.
- Bibliography at ISFDB.
- Maclean's Magazine profile, May 20, 2002.
- Obituary by Cory Doctorow.
- Archived website.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1982 -- Aurora Award
- 1984 -- Contradiction 4
- 1997 -- CAN*CON '97
- 2007 -- Ad Astra 26
- 2014 -- Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame
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