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Roland J Green


USA flag (b.1944)

aka John Cleve, Jeffrey Lord

Roland James Green (born September 2, 1944) in Bradford, Pennsylvania, is an American science fiction and fantasy writer and editor. He has written as both Roland Green and Roland J. Green. He moved to Chicago in 1966 to attend the University of Chicago.

While his earliest published novels were the "Wandor" sword and sorcery series, Green's most prominent works are his military action adventures of the future, including the Starcruiser Shenandoah series, the Peace Company series, and Voyage to Eneh (2003). He has also written a number of Conan novels published by Tor Books and has co-authored several novels as well.

Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Thriller
 
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Short stories
Schurman's Trek (1994)
She Who Might Be Obayed (1994) (with Frieda A Murray)
Wooden Characters (1994)
Sir William, He Lay Snug (1995) (with Frieda A Murray)
Chozzerai (1996) (with Frieda A Murray)
To Speak with Men and Angels (1996) (with Frieda A Murray)
Deck Load Strike (1998)
Written By the Wind: a Story of the Draka (2000)