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Lauren Wright Douglas

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Lauren Wright Douglas

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Full Name: Lauren Wright Douglas
Born: December 14, 1947
St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada
Occupation: Author
Nationality: Canadian
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Biography

Canadian author Lauren Wright Douglas has carved a niche for herself as a writer of science fiction and of mysteries in a special genre, those portraying lesbian detectives. She won the Lambda Literary Award in 1989 and earned reviews in the mainstream press.

Although Douglas has most often written mysteries, she has published in the science-fiction arena as well. In 1984 her short story "Moonshine" earned praise from the science-fiction group L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future. Reflecting on her entree into writing science fiction, Douglas once said: "My early introduction to speculative literature--fantasy, mythology, science fiction--had a profound effect upon me." Thus under the pseudonym Zenobia N. Vole, Douglas published Osten's Bay in 1988, which she followed with In the Blood and A Plague of Change, which tells the story of an alien species that holds the key to survival for the human species.


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