Jump to navigation Jump to search
(1947 -- May 24, 2015)
Tanith Lee was a British writer of SF, fantasy, and horror stories. She was the author of over 90 novels, 300 short stories, a children's picture book, and many poems.
She was nominated for the 1976 Campbell Award and the 1977 Campbell Award.
She was the first woman to win the British Fantasy Award (best novel) for her book Death's Master (1980). She has also won Gilgamés, SF Chronicle, and World Fantasy Awards.
She also wrote under the pseudonym of Esther Garber. In 1987, Lee met artist and writer John Kaiine; and the couple married in 1992.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1980 -- British Fantasy Award
- 1981 -- Boskone 18, Archon 5
- 1982 -- Mythcon 1982
- 1984 -- World Fantasy Convention 1984, Fantasycon IX
- 1986 -- ConSept
- 2003 -- Redemption '03
- 2004 -- Octocon 2004
- 2005 -- Intercon 2005 / Norcon 19
- 2008 -- Orbital 2008
- 2017 -- Memorial GoH at Readercon 28
|This is a biography page. Please extend it by adding more information about the person, such as fanzines and apazines published, awards, clubs, conventions worked on, GoHships, impact on fandom, external links, anecdotes, etc. See Standards for People and The Naming of Names.|