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Bradley, Marion Zimmer

LC control no.n 78086036
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPS3552.R228
Personal name headingBradley, Marion Zimmer
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Variant(s)Zimmer Bradley, Marion
בריידלי, מריון צימר
Brėdli, Mėrion Zimmer
Брэдли, Мэрион Зиммер
See alsoFor works of this author written under other names, search also under: Chapman, Lee, 1930-1999 Dexter, John (Pseudonym) Gardner, Miriam, 1930-1999 Ives, Morgan, 1930-1999 Rivers, Elfrida, 1930-1999
Chapman, Lee, 1930-1999
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Gardner, Miriam, 1930-1999
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Ives, Morgan, 1930-1999
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Dexter, John (Pseudonym)
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Rivers, Elfrida, 1930-1999
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Biography/History noteMarion Zimmer Bradley (1930-1999) was an American science fiction and fantasy author.
Birth date1930-06-03
Death date1999-09-25
Place of birthAlbany (N.Y.)
Place of deathBerkeley (Calif.)
Field of activityFantasy fiction Science fiction
Profession or occupationAuthors, American
Special notePseudonym not found on published works: Valerie Graves, Brian Morley, Dee O'Brien
Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inAuthor's Checklist ... 1960.
NUCMC data from S.F. Austin St. U. Lib. for Mayhar, A. Papers, 1958-1983 (Marion Zimmer Bradley, writer)
NUCMC files (Bradley, Marion Zimmer, 1930-)
Contemporary authors, New revision series, Vol. 7 : p. 66 (b. June 3, 1930; also writes as: Morgan Ives, Brian Morley, Dee O'Brien, Elfrida Rivers)
American women writers, 1980 : p. 40 (b. 3 July 1930, Albany, NY: also writes as: Lee Chapman, John Dexter, Mariam Gardner, Valerie Graves, John J. Wells)
Her The mists of Avalon, 2000: t.p. (Marion Zimmer Bradley) p. 877 (d. 1999)
Info. converted from 678, 2012-10-02 (b. 6/3/30)
Wikipedia, 16 May 2013 (Marion Eleanor Zimmer Bradley (born June 3, 1930 Albany, New York; died September 25, 1999 in Berkeley, California) was an American author of fantasy and science fiction novels) September 17, 2021 (wrote under the pseudonym Morgan Ives, Spare her heaven (1963), Anything goes (1964), Knives of desire (1966); wrote under the pseudonym Lee Chapman, I am a lesbian (1962); wrote under the pseudonym John Dexter, No Adam for Eve (1966); wrote under the pseudonym Miriam Gardner, My sister, my love (1963), Twilight lovers (1964), The strange women (1962))
OCLC, March 10, 2014 (hdgs: Bradley, Marion, Bradley, Marion, 1930-1999, Bradley, Marion Z., Bradley, Marion Zimmer, Bradley, Marion Zimmer (1930-1999), Bradley, Marion Zimmer (ed.), 1930-, Bradley, Marion Zimmer (Marion Eleanor Zimmer), 1930-1999, Bradley, Marion Zimmer, 1930-, Bradley, Marion Zimmer, 1930-1999, Bradley, Marion Zimmer, -1999, Bradley, Marion Zimmer Schriftstellerin, 1930-1999, Bradley, Marion Zimmer, 19390-1999, Zimmer Bradley, Marion, Zimmer Bradley, Marion, 1930-1999; usage Marion Zimmer Bradley)
I am a lesbian, ©1962: title page (Lee Chapman)
Strange women, ©1962: title page (Miriam Gardner)
No Adam for Eve, 1966: title page (John Dexter)
Spare her heaven, 1963: title page (Morgan Ives)
The future is female! website, September 17, 2021 (John Jay Wells, a pseudonym Juanita Coulson (born Juanita Ruth Wellons) used once when she co-authored with Marion Zimmer Bradley the story "Another rib," published in the Magazine of fantasy and science, June 1963)
East Village other, v. 4, issue 7 (Jan. 17, 1969): page 14 (Elfrieda Rivers) v. 4, issue 10 (Feb. 7, 1969): page 16 (Elfrida Rivers) v. 4, issue 24 (May 14, 1969): page 8 (Elfrida Rivers)
Chernyĭ krovavyĭ trillium, 2002: title page (Мэрион Зиммер Брэдли = Mėrion Zimmer Brėdli)
Associated languageeng