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Tanith Lee

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Lee has since maintained a prolific output in popular genre writing. Bibliography
Works of Tanith Lee arranged by date of publication:

Nebula Awards
1975: The Birthgrave (nominated best novel)
1980: Red As Blood (nominated best short story)
World Fantasy Awards
1979: Night's Master (nominated best novel)
1983: "The Gorgon" (winner best short story)
1984: "Elle Est Trois (La Mort)" (winner best short story)
1984: "Nunc Dimittis" (nominated best novella)
1984: Red As Blood or Tales From The Sisters Grimmer (nominated best anthology/collection)
1985: Night Visions 1 (nominated best anthology/collection)
1987: Dreams Of Dark And Light (nominated best anthology/collection)
1988: Night's Sorceries (nominated best anthology/collection)
1999: "Scarlet And Gold" (nominated best novella)
2006: "Uous" (nominated best novella)
British Fantasy Awards
1979: Quest For The White Witch (nominated best novel)
1980: Death's Master (winner best novel)
1980: "Red As Blood" (nominated best short story)
1981: Kill The Dead (nominated best novel)
1999: "Jedella Ghost" (nominated best short story)
2000: "Where Does The Town Go At Night?" (nominated best short story)
Nebula Awards
2010: Disturbed by Her Song (nominated best LGBT speculative fiction)

See also
Angela Carter
George R. Her Flat Earth Series was inspired by a game Tanith Lee played with her mother; some of her other works are influenced by fairy tales her mother told her.

She was the first woman to win the British Fantasy Award best novel award (also known as the August Derleth Award) for her book Death's Master (1980). She also wrote two episodes of BBC science fiction series Blake's 7.

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