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May, Julian

LC control no.n 80067045
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LC classificationPS3563.A942
Personal name headingMay, Julian
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Variant(s)Dikty, Julian May
מיי, ג׳וליאן
Mėĭ, Dzhulian
Мэй, Джулиан
See alsoFor works of this author written under other names, search also under: Feilen, John; Grant, Matthew G. Thorne, Ian; Zanderbergen, George; Cunningham, Bob; Falconer, Lee N. Thorne, Jean Wright
Feilen, John
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Grant, Matthew G.
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Thorne, Ian
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Zanderbergen, George
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Cunningham, Bob
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Falconer, Lee N.
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Thorne, Jean Wright
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LocatedBellevue (Wash.)
Birth date1931-07-10
Place of birthChicago (Ill.)
Field of activityScience fiction
Profession or occupationAuthors, American
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
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Found inThere's adventure in atomic energy, 1957.
Orion arm, 1999: t.p., etc. (Julian May) cover, p. 3 (has written numerous books, including the four books of The saga of Pliocene exile, the two books of Intervention, and The galactic milieu trilogy; has collaborated with Andre Norton and Marion Zimmer Bradley on the fantasy novel Black Trillium; r. in Bellevue, Wash.)
Cont. authors online, May 1, 2002 (Julian May; science fiction, children's nonfiction, and fantasy fiction writer; b. July 10, 1931 in Chicago, Ill.; m. Thaddeus "Ted" E. Dikty (a writer and publisher); three children; author of several titles including Orion arm (2000), The saga of Pliocene exile series, Galactic milieu series, Black Trillium (1990) with Marion Zimmer Bradley and Andre Norton as well as other titles of fantasy fiction, sports nonfiction, juvenile nonfiction and biography (including There's adventure in atomic energy (1957)); has used a number of pseudonyms for some of her nonfiction and fiction titles including John Feilen, Matthew G. Grant, Ian Thorne (also for film novelizations), George Zanderbergen, and Bob Cunningham, Jean Wright Thorne, Lee N. Falconer)
BL AL recd. 23 Apr. 1992 (Julian Clare May, born 10 July 1931)
El rey nonato, 1985: title page (by Julian May) title page verso (translated by Domingo Santos)
Internet speculative fiction database, 27 July 2016 (Julian May; American science fiction author; born 10 July, 1931 in Chicago, Ill; legal name: Julian May Dikty)
Norton, Andre. Chernyĭ krovavyĭ trillium, 2002: title page (Джулиан Мэй = Dzhulian Mėĭ)
Associated languageeng