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Here there be dragons

by Roger Zelazny

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Roger Zelazny was born in Cleveland, Ohio, where he graduated from Case Western Reserve, later earning his Masters Degree from Columbia University. Following several years of government service, Roger turned to writing full-time in 1969. During the years since, he produced more than 40 outstanding books. Perhaps best known for Lord of Light, Eye of Cat, Doorways in the Sand, and hisfamous Amber series, he is the winner of six Hugo awards and three Nebula awards. Among his many associations with the writing community, he was a member of the Advisory Council for Creative Writing at the College of Santa Fe, of the Writers Digest Advisory Board, of the Editorial Board of The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts and a long time member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Roger died in 1996.… (more)
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Roger Zelazny was born in Cleveland, Ohio, where he graduated from Case Western Reserve, later earning his Masters Degree from Columbia University. Following several years of government service, Roger turned to writing full-time in 1969. During the years since, he produced more than 40 outstanding books. Perhaps best known for Lord of Light, Eye of Cat, Doorways in the Sand, and hisfamous Amber series, he is the winner of six Hugo awards and three Nebula awards. Among his many associations with the writing community, he was a member of the Advisory Council for Creative Writing at the College of Santa Fe, of the Writers Digest Advisory Board, of the Editorial Board of The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts and a long time member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Roger died in 1996.

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