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Julian May


USA flag (1931 - 2017)

aka Lee N Falconer, Ian Thorne

Julian Clare May was an American science fiction, fantasy, horror, science and children's writer who also used several literary pseudonyms. .She was best known for her Saga of Pliocene Exile. She had 3 children.
Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy
 
Novels
Land Beneath the Sea (1971)
The Gazeteer of the Hyborian World of Conan (1977) (as by Lee N Falconer)
Frankenstein Meets Wolfman (1981) (as by Ian Thorne)
Creature from the Black Lagoon (1981) (as by Ian Thorne)
The Blob (1982) (as by Ian Thorne)
The Deadly Mantis (1982) (as by Ian Thorne)
It Came from Outer Space (1982) (as by Ian Thorne)
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Collections
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Chapbooks
The Mummy (1981) (as by Ian Thorne)
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Novellas
Frankenstein (1977) (as by Ian Thorne)
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Series contributed to
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Non fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by Julian May
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Short stories
Dune Roller (1951)


Awards
Hugo Best Novel nominee (1982) : The Many-Coloured Land
Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Adult Literature Best Book nominee (1982) : The Many-Coloured Land
Nebula Awards Best Novel nominee (1982) : The Many-Coloured Land
Prometheus Award Best Novel nominee (1983) : The Many-Coloured Land


Books about Julian May
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Julian May recommends
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The Wolf and the Raven (1993)
(Wodan's Children, book 1)
Diana L Paxson
"Remarkable ... she has brought a legend to life."
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Diplomacy of Wolves (1998)
(Secret Texts, book 1)
Holly Lisle
"Lisle is a powerful fantasy creator, and Diplomacy of Wolves is her best yet!"
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A Secret History (1998)
(Book of Ash, book 1)
Mary Gentle
"She is a writer who knows politics and human nature."

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