Severna Park (writer)

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Severna Park
Born Suzanne Feldman
1958
Genre science fiction
Notable awards Nebula Award for Best Short Story

Severna Park (real name — Suzanne Feldman; born 1958) is a science fiction author and winner of the Nebula Award for Best Short Story (The Cure For Everything, 2001).

Her first novel, Speaking Dreams from 1992, was a Lambda Literary Award nominee.[1] She was long-listed for James Tiptree Jr. Award in 1994 (Amazons) and short-listed in 1998 (Hand of Prophecy) and 2000 (The Annunciate).[2]

She now writes mainstream fiction. Employed as a teacher, she lives with her partner of twenty-five years in Maryland.[3]

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Speaking Dreams
    • Speaking Dreams (1992)
    • Hand of Prophecy (1998)
  • The Annunciate (1999)

Collections[edit]

  • The Cure for Everything (2013)

Short Fiction[edit]

  • Amazons (1993)
  • Tiger, Tiger (1998)
  • Harbingers (1999)
  • The Breadfruit Empire (1999)
  • The Golem (2000)
  • The Cure for Everything (2000)
  • The Peaceable Kingdom (2000)
  • Call for Submissions (2003)
  • The Island of Varos (2003)
  • The Three Unknowns (2004)
  • Secret Histories (2013)
  • The Crime Museum (2013)

Essay[edit]

  • Read This (NYRSF, September 1998) (1998)

References[edit]

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