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Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Jacqueline Lichtenberg is an American science fiction author.

Many of her early novels are set in the Sime - Gen Universe[?], which she first described in a short story in 1969. Her other writings have dealt with fantasy and occult subjects, including articles on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She has written a monthly column reviewing and called Science Fiction for The Monthly Aspectarian.

Many of her works have been in written in collaboration with Jean Lorrah[?], with whom she has a business partnership. She is a Star Trek fan and has been actively involved in the Trekkie fan movement. She is one of the Friends of Darkover and her early writing has been mentored by Marion Zimmer Bradley.

Bibliography

  • Short Story: Operation High Time (1969)
  • Short Story: The Channel's Exemption (1977)
 
  • House of Zeor (1974)
  • Unto Zeor Forever (1978)
  • First Channel (1980) - with Jean Lorrah
  • Mahogany Trinrose (1981)
  • Channel's Destiny (1982) - with Jean Lorrah
  • Rensime (1984)

(Incomplete List)

Non Fiction

  • StarTrek Lives! (1975) - with Sondra Marshak and Joan Winston
 

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