Author

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Suzy McKee Charnas

American writer

1939   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
language of expression: American English
educated at: Barnard College
occupation: writer, novelist, science fiction writer
award received: Otherwise Award, Hugo Award for Best Short Story, Nebula Award for Best Novella
www.suzymckeecharnas.com

Suzy McKee Charnas (born 22 October 1939) is an American novelist and short story writer, writing primarily in the genres of science fiction and fantasy. She has won several awards for her fiction, including the Hugo Award, the Nebula Award and the James Tiptree Jr. Award. A selection of her short fiction was collected in Stagestruck Vampires and Other Phantasms in 2004. The Holdfast Chronicles, a four-volume story written over the course of almost thirty years (the first installment, Walk to the End of the World was published in 1974, and the last installment, The Conqueror's Child was published in 1999) is considered to be her major accomplishment in writing. The series addresses the topics of feminist dystopia, separatist societies, war, and reintegration. Another of her major works, The Vampire Tapestry, has been adapted (by Charnas herself) into a play called "Vampire Dreams". She lives in New Mexico.
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works

7

The Vampire Tapestry

book by Suzy McKee Charnas

author: Suzy McKee Charnas

1980

The Kingdom of Kevin Malone

book by Suzy McKee Charnas

author: Suzy McKee Charnas

1993

Dorothea Dreams

book by Suzy McKee Charnas

author: Suzy McKee Charnas

1986

The Ruby Tear

book by Suzy McKee Charnas

author: Suzy McKee Charnas

1997

Unicorn Tapestry

novella by Suzy McKee Charnas

author: Suzy McKee Charnas

Boobs

short story by Suzy McKee Charnas

author: Suzy McKee Charnas

1989

The Silver Glove

author: Suzy McKee Charnas

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