Bio: Pamela Sargent has won the Nebula Award, the Locus Award, and has been a finalist for the Hugo Award. She is the author of several highly praised novels, among them Cloned Lives (1976), The Sudden Star (1979), The Golden Space (1982), The Alien Upstairs (1983), and Alien Child (1988). Gregory Benford described her novel Venus of Dreams (1986) as "one of the peaks of recent science fiction." Venus of Shadows (1988), the sequel, was called "alive with humanity, moving, and memorable" by Locus. The Shore of Women (1986), one of Sargentís best-known books, was praised as "a compelling and emotionally involving novel" by Publishers Weekly. The Washington Post Book World has called her "one of the genre's best writers."
Sargent is also the author of Ruler of the Sky (1993), an epic historical novel about Genghis Khan. Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, author of Reindeer Moon, commented about this novel: "Scholarly without ever seeming pedantic, the book is fascinating from cover to cover and does admirable justice to a man who might very well be called historyís single most important character." Sargent's Climb the Wind : A Novel of Another America was published by HarperPrism in 1999 and was a finalist for the Sidewise Award for Alternate History. Child of Venus, the third novel in Sargentís Venus trilogy, called "masterful" by Publishers Weekly, came out in May 2001 from Avon/Eos. Two more books, Behind the Eyes of Dreamers and Other Short Novels (Thorndike Press/Five Star) and The Mountain Cage and Other Stories (Meisha Merlin), were published in 2002. Eye of Flame (Thorndike Press/Five Star) came out in 2003. Thumbprints, a new collection containing an original novella, is out from Golden Gryphon Press, and The Shore of Women has been reissued by BenBella Books.
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Pamela Sargent at Stanza Books by Fictionwise
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