Deborah J. Ross
|Deborah J. Ross|
|Known for||Fantasy and science fiction, collaboration with Marion Zimmer Bradley|
Around this time, she became friends with Marion Zimmer Bradley. When Bradley was asked to edit the first Sword and Sorceress, Ross submitted a short story for the anthology, "Imperatrix" (1984). "Imperatrix" became her first published short story, under her married name of Deborah Wheeler. Deborah Wheeler continued to write for years, producing a number of short stories and two novels, Jaydium and Northlight, through DAW books.
Before Bradley's death in 1999, Ross was invited to work on a project with her set in Darkover.
Novels as Deborah Wheeler
- Jaydium (1993), DAW Books, ISBN 0-88677-556-6 (out of print)
- Northlight (1995), DAW Books, ISBN 0-88677-639-2 (out of print)
- Collaborators (2013), Dragon Moon Press, ISBN 9781897492635
- The Clingfire Trilogy:
- The Modern Darkover series, which is a continuation of Zimmer Bradley's novel Traitor's Sun.
- Hastur Lord (2010), DAW Books, hardback: ISBN 978-0-7564-0622-6
The Seven-Petaled Shield
An original fantasy series, intended to be a trilogy
- The Seven-Petaled Shield (2013), DAW Books, ISBN 978-0756406219
- Shannivar: Volume Two of The Seven-Petaled Shield (2013), DAW Books, ISBN 978-0756409203
- The Heir of Khored: Book Three of The Seven-Petaled Shield (2014), DAW Books, ISBN 978-0756409210
The publication of the anthologies of Darkover restarted in 2013.
- Kirkland, Kathryn (2010-06-10). "Portland State Portland State Magazine: News: Fanfare: Spring 2010". Retrieved 13 July 2010.
- Ross, Deborah J. "Deborah J. Ross's personal website". Deborah J. Ross. Archived from the original on 2016-11-16. Retrieved August 2007. Check date values in:
- Deborah J. Ross's Darkover website
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