Leanne Frahm

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Leanne Frahm
Born 28 February 1946
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Nationality Australian
Genre Speculative short fiction

Leanne Frahm is an Australian writer of speculative short fiction.

Biography[edit]

Frahm was born in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia in 1946.[1] She received her first nomination for her work in 1978 when she was a finalist for the 1979 Ditmar Award for best fan writer.[2] The following year she won the best fan writer award. Frahm's first publication was in 1980, entitled "The Wood for the Trees" which was published in the anthology Chrysalis 6, edited by Roy Torgeson.[3] In 1981 Frahm's work, "Deus Ex Corporus", won the 1981 Ditmar Award for best Australian short fiction. She won a Ditmar again in 1994 for "Catalyst". In 1996 her story "Borderline" won the 1996 Aurealis Award for best science fiction short story. The following year she won the Ditmar Award for best fan writer for the second time.[2]

Bibliography[edit]

Short fiction[edit]

Collections[edit]

  • Borderline (1996)

Essays[edit]

  • Bibliography (1996) in Borderline (ed. Leanne Frahm)

Source: isfdb.org

Awards and nominations[edit]

Aurealis Awards

Ditmar Awards

  • Best fan writer
    • 1979: Nomination
    • 1980: Win
    • 1981: Nomination
    • 1984: Nomination
    • 1998: Win
  • Best Australian short fiction
    • 1981: Win: "Deus Ex Corporus"
    • 1981: Nomination: "Passages to Earth"
    • 1987: Nomination: "The Supramarket"
    • 1997: Nomination: "Borderline"
  • Best short fiction
    • 1992: Nomination: "Olive Truffles"
    • 1994: Win: "Catalyst"
    • 1995: Nomination: "Jinx Ship"
    • 1995: Nomination: "Land's End"
    • 1996: Nomination: "Entropy"

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