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Roger Zelazny (1937–1995)

Born in 1937, Roger Zelazny left his strongest mark in the Science Fiction Literature of the '60s and '70s. His first story was published in 1962, and he went on to publish more than 150 short stories and 50 books. His best works include novels "Lord of Light" (1967), "This Immortal" (1966), "Creatures of Light and Darkness" (1969), and the Amber ... See full bio »

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 1995 Chronomaster (Video Game) (story)
 1986 The Twilight Zone (TV Series) (based on a story by - 1 episode)
- A Day in Beaumont/The Last Defender of Camelot (1986) ... (based on a story by - segment "The Last Defender of Camelot")
 1977 Damnation Alley (from the novel "Damnation Alley")
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 2018 A Wish for Giants (inspirational thanks)

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Judy Callahan Zelazny  (his death)  (3 children) | See more »

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Science Fiction writers treat with people, things and events in terms of possible consequences. In the Middle Ages we might have been theologians, and we probably would have been burned as heretics.


Received Hugo Awards for his novels "...And Call Me Conrad" and "Lord of Light", for his novellas "Home Is the Hangman" and "Twenty-four Views of Mount Fuji, by Hokusai" and for his novelettes "Unicorn Variation" and "Permafrost". See more »

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