Emily Devenport

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Devenport at the 2018 Phoenix Comic Fest

Emily Devenport is an American science fiction writer. She has written seven novels under her name, one novel under the pseudonym Maggy Thomas,[1] and two novels as Lee Hogan.

Devenport was a finalist for the Philip K. Dick Award for best novel for Broken Time (2000).[2]

Novels[edit]

Written as Emily Devenport[edit]

  • Shade (1991)
  • Larissa (1993)
  • Scorpianne (1994)
  • Eggheads (1996)
  • The Kronos Condition (1997)
  • Godheads (1998)
  • Medusa Uploaded (2018): Oichi Angelis navigates danger and treachery on a generation starship.

Written as Maggy Thomas[edit]

  • Broken Time (2000): Siggy Lindquist's job at the Institute for the Criminally Insane is complicated by the attention of two inmates, a pair of the galaxy's deadliest criminals.

Written as Lee Hogan[edit]

  • Belarus (2002): Humans colonize a planet they believe is uninhabited, but soon realize that a brutal alien race lives below the surface.
  • Enemies (2003): Belarus is a shadow of its former self when the new galactic Union comes calling.

Short stories[edit]

  • "Shade and the Elephant Man" (1987)
  • "Skin Deep" (1987)
  • "Cat Scratch" (1988)
  • "Loop" (1988)
  • "Goddoggit" (1995)
  • "The Long Ride" (1997)
  • "If the Sun's at Five O'Clock, It Must Be Yellow Daisies" (2010)
  • "Dr. Polingyouma's Machine" (2015)
  • "Postcards from Monster Island" (2015)
  • "Now Is the Hour" (2016)
  • "Queen of the Cats" (2017)
  • "Crudyy" (2018)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Emily Devenport". Fantastic Fiction.
  2. ^ "Philip K. Dick Award". List of all works nominated for the Philip K. Dick Award. March 2003.