High Wizardry

High Wizardry by Diana Duane

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Diana Duane

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Dwayne (Duane), Diane (Diane) Elizabeth (born 1952) American novelist, better known for his works of fantasy. Married to science fiction writer Peter Morwood, also predominantly a fantasy writer (several books are co-authored). The first publication is the novel The Door into Fire (1979). The debut novel marked the beginning of the "high" fantasy series "Epic of the Five"; sequels - "The Door into Shadow" (1984), "The Door into Sunset" (1992). Another episode written with great humor is "The Wizard": "So You Want to Be a Wizard" (1983), "Deep Wizardry" (1985), "High Magic" [High Wizardry] (1989); combined into one volume - the collection "Support Your Local Wizard" [Support Your Local Wizard] (1990). Dwayne also continued the Keeper of the City series, begun by Bill Fossett, with the novel Keeper of the City (1989). Her contribution to "hard" (science) SF is limited to novelizations of several scripts for the television series Star Trek and the similar (but less popular) series Space Police (co-written with Peter Morwood). (From the "Encyclopedia of Fantasy" V.

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Dwayne (Duane), Diane (Diane) Elizabeth (born 1952) American novelist, better known for his works of fantasy. Married to science fiction writer Peter Morwood, also predominantly a fantasy writer (several books are co-authored). The first publication is the novel The Door into Fire (1979). The debut novel marked the beginning of the "high" fantasy series "Epic of the Five"; sequels - "The Door into Shadow" (1984), "The Door into Sunset" (1992). Another episode written with great humor is "The Wizard": "So You Want to Be a Wizard" (1983), "Deep Wizardry" (1985), "High Magic" [High Wizardry] (1989); combined into one volume - the collection "Support Your Local Wizard" [Support Your Local Wizard] (1990). Dwayne also continued the Keeper of the City series, begun by Bill Fossett, with the novel Keeper of the City (1989). Her contribution to "hard" (science) SF is limited to novelizations of several scripts for the television series Star Trek and the similar (but less popular) series Space Police (co-written with Peter Morwood). (From the "Encyclopedia of Fantasy" V. Gakov)

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