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Roger Zelazny

Author Code: ARZE

Born: May 13, 1937 - Euclid, Ohio, USA

Died: Jan. 14, 1995 - Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

Zelazny was editor of the high school newspaper and was in the Creative Writing Club. He was further educated at Western Reserve University where he graduated with a degree in English in 1959. He then studied at Columbia University, graduating in 1962 with an MA. He then worked for the U.S. Social Security Administration, first in Ohio and later in Maryland. All the while he wrote science fiction and contributed stories to various magazines. He left Social Security in 1969 to become a full-time writer. His writings often portrayed characters from mythology. He won the Hugo Award for SF in 1966, 1968, 1976, 1982 and 1987. He also won the Nebula Award on more than one occasion. Zelazny produced novels as well as short stories and was a major influence on many science fiction authors. He also collaborated with other authors including Robert Sheckley and Philip K. Dick. His work includes The Chronicles of Amber, Consisting of 10 novels and several short stories, (1970-2005), Island of the Dead (1969), Jack of Shadows (1971), Doorways in the Sand (1976), Changeling (1980), Eye of Cat (1982), A Dark Travelling (1987), Here There Be Dragons (1992) and A Night in the Lonesome October (1993).

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