Paula Volsky

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Paula is an American fantasy author. Born in Fanwood, New Jersey, she majored in English literature at liberal arts college Vassar in New York State. At the University of Birmingham, England, she received an M.A. in Shakespearian studies. Before writing fantasy, she sold real estate and also worked for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Illusion, The Wolf of Winter, The Gates of Twilight, The White Tribunal, and The Grand Ellipse all take place within the same fictional world, with fantasy plot-lines inspired by historical events.

Paula Volsky also writes under the pseudonym of Paula Brandon

Genres: Fantasy
   The Curse of the Witch-Queen (1982)
   The Luck of Relian Kru (1987)
   Illusion (1991)
   The Wolf of Winter (1993)
   The Gates of Twilight (1996)
   The White Tribunal (1997)
   The Grand Ellipse (2000)
Paula Volsky recommends
The Last Christmas of Ebenezer Scrooge (2003)
Marvin Kaye
"I was impressed and moved on many levels--not only by Marvin Kaye's mastery of Dickensian style, but also by a kind of optimism, or idealism, far more consistent with Victorian Dickens/Kaye than with purely contemporary Kaye. I can imagine that Marvin really did write it as Dickens might have wanted it to go."

Anthologies containing stories by Paula Volsky
Eternal Lovecraft (1998)
The Persistence of H P Lovecraft in Popular Culture
edited by
Jim Turner
The Resurrected Holmes (1996)
New Cases from the Notes of John H. Watson
(Professor Moriarty )
edited by
Marvin Kaye

More anthologies 

World Fantasy Best Novel nominee (2001) : The Grand Ellipse

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