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Pamela Sargent


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Pamela Sargent has won both the Nebula and Locus awards, and has been a finalist for the Hugo Award.

Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy
 
Series
Watchstar
   1. Watchstar (1980)
   2. Eye of the Comet (1984)
   3. Homesmind (1984)
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Seed Trilogy
   1. Earthseed (1983)
   2. Farseed (2007)
   3. Seed Seeker (2010)
   Earthseed: Chapters 1-4 (2013)
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Venus
   1. Venus of Dreams (1986)
   2. Venus of Shadows (1988)
   3. Child of Venus (2001)
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Novels
   The Sudden Star (1979)
     aka White Death
   The Alien Upstairs (1983)
   The Shore of Women (1986)
   Alien Child (1988)
   Ruler of the Sky (1993)
   Climb the Wind (1998)
   Season of the Cats (2020)
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Collections
   Cloned Lives (1976)
   Starshadows (1977)
   The Golden Space (1982)
   The Best of Pamela Sargent (1983)
   Watchstar Trilogy (1997)
   Behind the Eyes of Dreamers (2002)
   The Mountain Cage (2002)
   Eye of Flame (2003)
   Thumbprints (2004)
   Dream of Venus (2012) (with Jack Dann and George Zebrowski)
   Puss in D.C. and Other Stories (2015)
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Novellas and Short Stories
   All Rights (2021)
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Anthologies edited
   Bio-Futures (1976)
   More Women of Wonder (1976)
   The New Women of Wonder (1978)
   Three in Space (1981) (with Jack Dann and George Zebrowski)
   Afterlives (1986) (with Ian Watson)
   Women of Wonder (1995)
   Three in Time (1997) (with Jack Dann and George Zebrowski)
   Conqueror Fantastic (2004)
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Series contributed to
Nebula Award Stories
   29. Nebula Awards 29 (1995)
   30. Nebula Awards 30 (1996)
   31. Nebula Awards 31 (1997)
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Non fiction show
 
Anthologies containing stories by Pamela Sargent
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A Cat of Feral Instincts (2021)
(Year of the Cat , book 11)
edited by
Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Dean Wesley Smith
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Short Things (2019)
Tales Inspired by 'Who Goes There?' by John W. Campbell, Jr.
edited by
John Gregory Betancourt
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Bridging Infinity (2016)
(Infinity Project, book 5)
edited by
Jonathan Strahan

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