M. J. Engh

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M. J. Engh
Born Mary Jane Engh
January 26, 1933
McLeansboro, IL
Pen name Jane Beauclerk
Occupation Writer
Nationality United States
Genre Science Fiction, History
Notable works Arslan
Website
www.mjengh.com

Mary Jane Engh (born January 26, 1933, McLeansboro, Illinois)[1] 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.[2] She is best known for her 1976 novel Arslan, about an invasion of the United States.

Bibliography[edit]

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

Non-fiction[edit]

  • 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

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biographical data @ ISFDb
  2. ^ M.J. Engh Named 2009 Author Emerita Archived 2011-07-21 at the Wayback Machine., SF Signal, August 23, 2008

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