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Joan D Vinge

USA (1948 - )

Joan D. Vinge, born in Baltimore, Maryland as Joan Carol Dennison, is an American science fiction author. She is known for such works as her Hugo Award-winning novel The Snow Queen and its sequels, her series about the telepath named Cat, and her Heaven's Chronicles books.
Non fiction
The Random House Book of Greek Myths
Anthologies containing stories by Joan D Vinge
The Best Science Fiction of the Year 8The Best Science Fiction Novellas of the Year 1Dragons of DarknessThe Road to Science Fiction 4: From Here to Forever
Imaginary LandsAliens and UFO's: Extraterrestrial Tales from Asimov's Science Fiction and Analog Science Fiction and FactWomen of WonderDragons: The Greatest Stories
Short stories
To Bell the Cat (1977)
Eyes of Amber [short story] (1978)Hugo
Fireship [short story] (1978)Hugo (nominee)
Nebula (nominee)
View from a Height (1978)Hugo (nominee)
The Storm King (1980)
Tam Lin (1985)

Hugo winner (1978) : Eyes of Amber [short story]
Hugo nominee (1979) : Fireship [short story]
Hugo Best Short story nominee (1979) : View from a Height
Nebula nominee (1980) : Fireship [short story]
Hugo Best Novel winner (1981) : The Snowqueen
Hugo Best Novel nominee (1992) : The Summer Queen

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