Melanie Rawn

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Melanie Rawn
Born 1954
Occupation Novelist
Genre epic fantasy
Notable works The Dragon Prince trilogy
Website
www.melanierawn.com

Melanie Rawn (born 1954) is an author of fantasy literature. She received a BA in history from Scripps College and worked as a teacher and editor before becoming a writer.

She has been nominated for a Locus award on three separate occasions: in 1989 for Dragon Prince in the first novel category, in 1994 for Skybowl in the fantasy novel category, and again in 1995 for Ruins of Ambrai in the fantasy novel category. The third novel in the "Exiles" trilogy has been "forthcoming" for over a decade due to the author suffering from clinical depression and moving on to other projects to facilitate her recovery.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

Dragon Prince Trilogy[edit]

Dragon Star Trilogy[edit]

The Golden Key Universe[edit]

Exiles[edit]

Spellbinder[edit]

  • Spellbinder: A Love Story with Magical Interruptions, 2006
  • Fire Raiser, 2009

Glass Thorns[edit]

Stand-alone[edit]

  • The Rushden Legacy, 1985 (as Ellen Randolph)
  • Knights of the Morningstar, 1994

Short stories[edit]

  • Salve, Regina in Return to Avalon (Roberson; 1995 DAW)
  • Treasures of Fantasy (Weis, Hickman; 1997 Harper)
  • The Abbot of Croxton in Highwaymen: Robbers & Rogues (Roberson; 1997 DAW)
  • Of the Death of Kings in Warrior Enchantresses (Maisse-Ferch, Greenberg; 1996 DAW)
  • There Goes the Neighborhood in Return of the Dinosaurs (Resnick, Greenberg; 1997 DAW)
  • The Lady's Gift in A Magic-Lover's Treasury of the Fantastic (Weis; 1998 Warner Books)
  • (and Introduction) Ancient Enchantresses (Massie-Ferch, Greenberg, Gilliam; 1995 DAW)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rawn, Melanie (2007). Spellbinder: A Love Story With Magical Interruptions. Macmillan. pp. 499–500. ISBN 978-0-7653-5436-5. 

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