M. J. Engh

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M. J. Engh
Born Mary Jane Engh
Pen name Jane Beauclerk
Occupation Writer
Nationality United States
Genre Science Fiction, History
Notable works Arslan

M. J. Engh (born 1933) is a science fiction author and independent Roman scholar. In 2009, Engh was named Author emerita by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.[1] She is best known for her 1976 novel Arslan, about an invasion of the United States.


Science fiction & fantasy[edit]

  • Arslan (a.k.a. A Wind from Bukhara), 1976
  • The House in the Snow, 1987
  • Wheel of the Winds, 1988
  • Rainbow Man, 1993


  • In the Name of Heaven: 3000 Years of Religious Persecution
  • Femina Habilis: A Biographical Dictionary of Active Women in the Ancient Roman World from Earliest Times to 527 CE, Co-authored with Kathryn E. Meyer


  1. ^ M.J. Engh Named 2009 Author Emerita, SF Signal, August 23, 2008

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