Pamela Sargent

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Pamela Sargent (born March 20, 1948) is an American feminist, science fiction author, and editor. She has an MA in classical philosophy and has won a Nebula Award. She wrote a series concerning the terraforming of Venus that is sometimes compared to Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars trilogy, but predates it. She also edited various anthologies to celebrate the contributions of women in the history of science fiction. She is noted for writing alternate history stories. Sargent has attempted work with a wide variety of themes in general, if not always successfully. She also collaborated with George Zebrowski and on four Star Trek novels.

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Pamela Sargent was born in Ithaca, New York, and raised as an atheist.[1] She attended the State University of New York at Binghamton, attaining a master's degree in philosophy. She currently lives in Albany, New York.

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Star Trek novels[edit]

All co-written with George Zebrowski

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In 2012, Pamela Sargent was the winner of the Pilgrim Award for lifetime contributions to SF/F studies.[2]

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  1. ^ Also, "The Old Testament's full of good stories, my personal favorites being those of David and Esther. I never could get into the New Testament." Interview by Engel-Cox, NOVA Express, Volume 3, Number 3 (11), Winter 1991. Also available at http://www.engel-cox.org/sargent/nova_express_interview.html
  2. ^ ""SFRA Awards", Locus, 04/20/2012". 

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