Cherryh, C.J. (1942–)
Cherryh, C.J. (1942–)
American science-fiction writer. Name variations: (r.n.) Carolyn Janice Cherry. Born Sept 1, 1942, in St. Louis, Missouri; University of Oklahoma, BA in Latin, 1964; Johns Hopkins University (Woodrow Wilson fellow), MA in classics, 1965.
Taught Latin and ancient history in Oklahoma public schools (1965–76); works include The Book of Morgaine (1979), Serpent's Reach (1980), Voyager in Night (1984), Cuckoo's Egg (1985), Rimrunners (1989), Heavy Time (1991), Hellburner (1992), Devil to the Belt (2000) and Explorer (2002); published short stories in science-fiction and fantasy magazines and anthologies. Won Hugo Award (1979).
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