Doyle and James Macdonald at Readercon
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Debra Doyle (born 1952) is an American author writing in multiple related genres, including science fiction, fantasy, and mystery. Many of her stories are co-written with her husband, James D. Macdonald. Their novel, Knight's Wyrd, was awarded the Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Children's Literature in 1992 and appeared on the New York Public Library Books for the Teen Age list in 1993.
Together Doyle and Uncle Jim (James Macdonald) make up part of the core membership of the sff.net website and rec.arts.sff newsgroup. Both of them also teach at the Viable Paradise genre writer's workshop on Martha's Vineyard.
- Official website
- Official forum at IBDoF
- Debra Doyle at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
- Debra Doyle at Library of Congress Authorities, with 20 catalog records (as Debra Doyle; browse also the listed joint pseudonyms)
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