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Duane, Diane

LC control no.n 83022569
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPS3554.U233
Personal name headingDuane, Diane
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Variant(s)Duane, Diane E (Diane Elizabeth)
Biography/History noteBorn in New York City, Diane Duane she grew up in Roosevelt, Long Island. After school, she studied nursing and practiced as a psychiatric nurse for two years until 1976, when she moved to California and worked as an assistant to David Gerrold. Her first novel was published by Dell Books in 1979; Gerrold wrote an "overture" to that novel, on the grounds that he'd rather be making overtures than introductions to Duane. She subsequently worked as a freelance writer. In 1981 she moved to Pennsylvania. She married Northern Irish author Peter Morwood in 1987; they moved to the United Kingdom and then to Ireland, where she resides in County Wicklow.
Associated placeRoosevelt (N.Y.)
LocatedWicklow (Ireland : County)
Birth date19520518
Place of birthNew York (N.Y.)
Field of activityScience fiction Fantasy fiction
Profession or occupationAuthors
Found inHer So you want to be a wizard?, 1983: CIP t.p. (formal statement: Diane Duane; in upper corner: Diane E. Duane, Northridge, CA)
Her Spider-Man, c1994: CIP t.p. (Diane Duane) data sheet (b. May 1952)
Wikipedia, 15 January 2014 Diane Duane entry (Diane Duane; born May 18, 1952, is an American science fiction and fantasy author. Her works include the Young Wizards young adult fantasy series and the Rihannsu Star Trek novels.)
National Library of France in VIAF, 15 January 2014 (access point: Duane, Diane, 1952- )
National Library of the Netherlands in VIAF, 15 January 2014 (access point: Duane, Diane (Diane ELizabeth), 1952- )
Associated languageeng