N. Lee Wood

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N. Lee Wood
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Born (1955-11-15) November 15, 1955 (age 59)
Connecticut, United States
Education Open University
Occupation Writer
Spouse(s) Norman Spinrad (m. 1990–2005)

N. Lee Wood (born November 15, 1955, in Hartford, Connecticut) is an American author. She has written science fiction, fantasy, crime and mainstream novels.

Biography[edit]

Wood holds a Master's degree in English literature from the Open University of Great Britain. She is an alumnus of the Clarion West Writers Workshop.

Her novel Looking for the Mahdi was nominated for the 1997 Arthur C. Clarke Award.

Personal life[edit]

Wood has travelled widely, and lived in the UK, France, Australia, and New Zealand.

Wood was married to author Norman Spinrad from 1990 to 2005.[1] She met her current partner, electrical engineer Greg Speer, in Dunedin. They currently live in Taranaki, New Zealand.[citation needed]

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Faraday's Orphans (1995)
  • Looking for the Mahdi[2] (1996)
  • Bloodrights (1999)
  • Master of None (2002)
  • Redemption (as Lee Jackson, 2007)

Inspector Keen Dunliffe Series[edit]

  • Kingdom of Lies (2005)
  • Kingdom of Silence (2009)

Short stories[edit]

  • "Molly Haskowin" (1990)
  • "Memories that Dance Like Dust in the Summer Heat" (1990)
  • "In the Land of No" (1991)
  • "Three Merry Pranksters at the Louvre" (2000)
  • "Thicker than Water" (2001)
  • "Balzac" (2003)
  • "Scapegoats" (2014)

Anthologies[edit]

Essays[edit]

  • "Report from Clarion West" (1985)
  • "Magnum Opus Con (III)" (1988)
  • "1988 World Sf Meeting in Budapest" (1989)
  • "ABA, Parisienne Style" (1989)
  • "SF in France" (Locus #357) (1990)
  • "World SF Meeting at Den Haag" (1990)
  • "Parcon '90 Report" (1991)
  • "SF in France" (Locus #372) (1992)
  • "1992 Salon du Livre" (1992)
  • "Freucon/1992 World SF Meeting" (1992)
  • "Étonnants Voyaguers Festival" (1993)
  • "1993 Salon du Livre" (1993)

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