In Bisbee, Arizona (2003)
December 13, 1954 |
|Alma mater||Beloit College|
|Notable works||War for the Oaks
Emma Bull was born in Torrance, California. She attended Beloit College in Wisconsin, and graduated in 1976 in English Literature and Composition. After graduating, she worked for a while as a journalist and graphic designer.
Her 1991 post-apocalyptic science fiction novel Bone Dance was nominated for the Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy Awards. She was a member of the writing group The Scribblies, which included Will Shetterly as well as Pamela Dean, Kara Dalkey, Nate Bucklin, Patricia Wrede and Steven Brust.
Bull wrote a screenplay for War for the Oaks, which was made into an 11-minute mini-film designed to look like a film trailer. She made a cameo appearance as the Queen of the Seelie Court, and her husband, Will Shetterly, directed.
- War for the Oaks (1987)
- Falcon (1989)
- Bone Dance (1991; nominated for Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy Awards)
- Finder (1994)
- The Princess and the Lord of Night (1994)
- Freedom and Necessity (1997, with Steven Brust)
- Territory (July 2007)
- "Rending Dark" (1984) in Sword and Sorceress, edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley
- "Badu's Luck" (1985) in Liavek
- "The Well-Made Plan" (1986) in Liavek: The Players of Luck
- "Danceland Blood" (1986, with Will Shetterly) as "Danceland" in Bordertown, edited by Terri Windling
- "Wonders of the Invisible World" (1988 essay) in October–November issue of New North Artscape
- "A Bird That Whistles" (1989) in Hidden Turnings, edited by Diana Wynne Jones
- "Why I Write Fantasy" (1990 essay) in Pulphouse 6
- "Silver or Gold" (1992) in After the King: Stories in Honor of J.R.R. Tolkien, edited by Martin H. Greenberg
- "The Stepsister’s Story" (1995) in The Armless Maiden, edited by Terri Windling
- "Joshua Tree" (2002) in The Green Man: Tales from the Mythic Forest, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling
- "The Black Fox" (2003) in Firebirds, edited by Sharyn November
- "De La Tierra" (2004) in The Faery Reel, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling
- "What Used to Be Good Still Is" (2006) in Firebirds Rising, edited by Sharyn November
- "Visionary" (poem)
- "Why I Write Fantasy" (essay)
- "Rending Dark"
- "Badu's Luck"
- "The Well-Made Plan"
- "A Bird That Whistles"
- "Danceland Blood" (with Will Shetterly)
- "Wonders of the Invisible World" (essay)
- Liavek (1985, Ace Books, edited with Will Shetterly)
- Liavek: The Players of Luck (1986, Ace Books, edited with Will Shetterly)
- Liavek: Wizard's Row (1987, Ace Books, edited with Will Shetterly)
- Liavek: Spells of Binding (1988, Ace Books, edited with Will Shetterly)
- Liavek: Festival Week (1990, Ace Books, edited with Will Shetterly)
- Nominee, 1988 Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for War for the Oaks
- Nominee, 1991 Philip K. Dick Award, Best Novel for Bone Dance
- Nominee, 1992 World Fantasy Award, Best Novel for Bone Dance
- Nominee, 1992 Hugo Award, Best Novel for Bone Dance
- Nominee, 1992 Nebula Award, Best Novel for Bone Dance
- Nominee, 1993 Nebula Award, Best Novella for "Silver or Gold"
- Nominee, 2008 World Fantasy Award, Best Novel for Territory
- Double Feature, retrieved 17 October 2015
- Freedom and Necessity book review by Ewan Angus. 1 September 2010
- Shadow Unit
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Emma Bull.|
- Emma Bull's official entry at Word Press
- Emma Bull at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
- Fantastic Fiction bibliography
- Bibliography on SciFan
- The Unusual Suspects at Shockwave Silver
- Reviews for Emma Bull's Fantasy Fiction