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Carolyn Ives Gilman

Carolyn Ives Gilman has been publishing science fiction and fantasy for almost twenty years. Her first novel, Halfway Human, published by Avon/Eos in 1998, was called "one of the most compelling explorations of gender and power in recent SF" by Locus magazine.

In her professional career, Gilman is a historian specializing in 18th andearly 19th-century North American history, particularly frontier and Nativ ehistory.

She lives in St. Louis and works for the Missouri Historical Society as a historian and museum curator.

Genres: Fantasy
Isles of the Forsaken
1. Isles of the Forsaken (2011)
2. Ison of the Isles (2012)
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