Sarah Zettel

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Sarah Zettel
Born Sarah Anne Zettel
December 14, 1966
Sacramento, California
Occupation Author
Nationality American
Education Bachelor of Arts
Alma mater University of Michigan
Period 1988–present
Genre Arthurian literature
Science fiction
Fantasy
Notable works Reclamation
Bitter Angels
Notable awards Locus Award for Best First Novel
Philip K. Dick Award
Website
www.sarahzettel.com

Sarah Zettel (born December 14, 1966) is an American science fiction, fantasy and mystery author.

Life and career[edit]

Zettel was born in Sacramento, California.[1] Her mother, Gail Beavers, is a retired teacher and social worker; her father, Leonard Francis Zettel, Jr., is a retired engineer and programmer. She obtained a B.A. in Communications from the University of Michigan.[2] She is married to a rocket scientist. She currently lives in Michigan.[3]

Zettel published her first short story in 1988. Her first novel, Reclamation, was nominated for the Philip K. Dick Award in 1996, and in 1997 won (tied) the Locus Award for Best First Novel. Writing as C. L. Anderson, her novel Bitter Angels[3] won the 2010 Philip K. Dick award for best paperback original novel.[4][5]

Bibliography[edit]

Science fiction novels[edit]

  • Reclamation (1996)
  • Fool's War (1997)
  • Playing God (1998)
  • The Quiet Invasion (2000)
  • Kingdom of Cages (2001)
  • Bitter Angels (2009) (Pseudonymously, as C. L. Anderson) - 2010 Phillip K. Dick Award

Isavalta series (Fantasy)[edit]

  • A Sorcerer's Treason (2002)
  • The Usurper's Crown (2003)
  • The Firebird's Vengeance (2004)
  • Sword of the Deceiver (2007)

Camelot series (Fantasy)[edit]

  • In Camelot's Shadow (2004)
  • For Camelot's Honor (2005)
  • Under Camelot's Banner (2006)
  • Camelot's Blood (2008)

The American Fairy Trilogy (Fantasy)[edit]

  • Dust Girl (2012)
  • Golden Girl (2013)
  • Bad Luck Girl (2014)

Vampire Chef series (Mystery)[edit]

  • A Taste of the Nightlife (#1) (2011)
  • Let Them Eat Stake (#2) (2012)

Mystery Novels[edit]

  • Palace of Spies (2013)

Short story collection[edit]

  • Miss Underwood and the Mermaid (1999)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sarah Zettel - Summary Bibliography". Internet Speculative Fiction Database. Retrieved March 19, 2012. 
  2. ^ Biography at Hachette Book Group website
  3. ^ a b Michael M Jones, review of Bitter Angels (Bantam Spectra, 438 pages), SFSite reviews.
  4. ^ Philip K. Dick Award 2010 announcement
  5. ^ Ypsilanti author C.L. Anderson wins Philip K. Dick Award for science fiction, AnnArbor.com, April 14, 2010

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