Author

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Joan D. Vinge

American writer

1948   -  

genre: science fiction
country of citizenship: United States of America
native language: English
language of expression: English
educated at: San Diego State University
occupation: poet, novelist, writer, science fiction writer
award received: Hugo Award for Best Novelette, Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel, Hugo Award for Best Novel
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Joan D. Vinge ( (listen); born April 2, 1948 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. She also is the author of The Random House Book of Greek Myths (1999)
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works

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The Snow Queen

novel by Joan D. Vinge

author: Joan D. Vinge
illustrator: Michael Whelan

1980

World's End

science fiction novel by Joan D. Vinge

author: Joan D. Vinge

1984

The Summer Queen

science fiction novel by Joan D. Vinge

author: Joan D. Vinge

1991

Catspaw

work by Joan D. Vinge

author: Joan D. Vinge

1988

Psion

literary work by Joan D. Vinge

author: Joan D. Vinge

1982

Tin Soldier

book by Joan D. Vinge

author: Joan D. Vinge

47 Ronin

novel written by Joan D. Vinge

author: Joan D. Vinge

Eyes of Amber

novelette by Joan D. Vinge

author: Joan D. Vinge

1977

Tangled up in blue

author: Joan D. Vinge

Cat le Psion

author: Joan D. Vinge, Deutsch, Michel

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