MacLeod, Sheila (1939–)
MacLeod, Sheila (1939–)
Scottish science-fiction writer. Born Mar 23, 1939, on Isle of Lewis, Scotland; m. Paul Jones (actor), 1963 (div.).
Wrote reviews and articles for various newspapers and magazines, including The Evening Standard, The Observer, The Times Literary Supplement, and Vogue; novels include The Moving Accident (1968), The Snow-White Soliloquies (1970), Letters From the Portuguese (1971), Xanthe and the Robots (1976), Circuit-Breaker (1977) and Axioms (1984); also wrote 2 teleplays, "They Put You Where You Are" (with Paul Jones, 1965) and "God Speed Co-operation" (1985), and work of criticism, D.H. Lawrence's Men and Women (1985).
See also autobiography The Art of Starvation: An Adolescent Observed (1981).
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