Bradley, Marion ZimmerAlternative names
American author; known for her fantastic and science fiction; also wrote under various pseudonyms; b. 1930; d. 1999.
From the description of Marion Zimmer Bradley collection, [196-]-2001. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70971771
Marion Eleanor Zimmer Bradley (1930-1999) was an American author of fantasy novels including; the "The Mists of Avalon" and the "Darkover" series.
From the description of Marion Zimmer Bradley correspondence with Lion Book Shop, 1963-1965. (University of California, Davis). WorldCat record id: 393391737
Marion Bradley, musician and writer, was born in Albany, New York and educated at York State College for Teachers (now SUNY). She later did graduate work at the Univ. of California (Berkeley). Bradley began writing in the 1950's and her first novel, Songs from Rivendall was privately published in 1959. During the 1960's she concentrated on science fiction, writing The door through space (1961) was published by Ace Books. Since then she has published over 36 novels and stories.
Bradley is known for the Darkover Series, which chronicles the saga between explorer from earth and the planet Darkover, spanning more than 2,000 years. The series has developed cult status.
From the description of Seven from the stars: Manuscript, 1955. (Temple University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 122582546
|creatorOf||Bradley, Marion Zimmer. Seven from the stars: Manuscript, 1955.||Temple University Libraries, Paley Library|
|creatorOf||Bradley, Marion Zimmer. Marion Zimmer Bradley correspondence with Lion Book Shop, 1963-1965.||University of California, Davis, Shields Library|
|creatorOf||Scott, Gavin. The mists of Avalon : [screenplay] / by Gavin Scott ; based on the novel by Marion Zimmer Bradley.||Ohio University, Alden Library|
|creatorOf||Bradley, Marion Zimmer. Marion Zimmer Bradley collection, [196-]-2001.||Boston University. School of Medicine|
|correspondedWith||Lion Book Shop (San Francisco, Calif.)||corporateBody|
|associatedWith||University of California, Davis. Library. Dept. of Special Collections.||corporateBody|
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|Fantasy fiction, American|
|American literature--20th century|
|Science fiction, American|
|American literature--Women authors|
|Women authors, American|