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LibraryThing-Autor:
Una McCormack

Una McCormack ist ein LibraryThing-Autor, ein Autor, der seine persönliche Bibliothek in LibraryThing auflistet.

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The Pen and Pencil Girls von Clare Mallory

Wolf Hall von Hilary Mantel

Will You Please be Quiet, Please? von Raymond Carver

Emil and the Detectives (Puffin Story Books) von Erich Kastner

Twelfth Night (New Penguin Shakespeare) von William Shakespeare

The Attic Term (Puffin Books) von Antonia Forest

The Lacuna von Barbara Kingsolver

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Mitglied: Altariel

SammlungenDeine Bibliothek (960), Lese gerade (1), Gelesen, aber nicht im Besitz (43), On loan (5), Alle Sammlungen (1,003)

Rezensionen15 Rezensionen

Tagswomen writers (535), science fiction (262), children's literature (192), kindle (110), fantasy (81), anthology (78), e-book (73), contemporary fiction (61), crime fiction (57), poetry (48) — alle Tags anzeigen

MediumNicht angegeben (1), Buch (1,002), Gedrucktes Buch (871), Hörbuch (3), E-Book (84)

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Über michI read a lot, watch a fair bit of telly, and can sometimes even be found writing. I used to be a sociologist, but I'm all right now. I collect "Great Sociologists of Literature": at my last count, there were four.

As Una McCormack, I'm the author of three Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novels, published by Pocket: Cardassia: The Lotus Flower, Hollow Men, and The Never-Ending Sacrifice.

My short fiction has appeared in the DS9 anthology Prophecy and Change, the Big Finish Doctor Who anthology The Quality of Leadership, and in various other publications, including Gardner Dozois' Year's Best Science Fiction Vol. 25.

My first Doctor Who novel, The King's Dragon, was published July 2010, and my second, The Way through the Woods, in April 2011.

I used to write a lot of fanfiction, and sometimes still do, usually under my pseud "Altariel", mostly based on the works of Tolkien.

Über meine BibliothekI buy considerably more than I consume, and do it on the cheap, sticking mostly to secondhand paperbacks. I work on the principle that should I ever desperately need to read Erving Goffman's Stigma in the middle of the night, it will be helpfully there to hand. I make periodic, valiant, and doomed attempts to catch up.

I read eclectically, with sudden bursts of interest and passion. Fiction (women writers, children's literature, utopian fiction) has been the mainstay in recent years, but as I recover from academia, I'm starting to be able to read non-fiction again.

I'm adding books here as I read them, with meandering excursions down highways of specific topics and byways of beloved authors. The vast towering bulk of the library will surely be added slowly, slowly, ever so slowly...

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GruppenScience Fiction Fans, Writer-readers

LieblingsautorenL. M. Boston, Lois McMaster Bujold, Sylvia Engdahl, Ursula K. Le Guin, Tove Jansson, Marilynne Robinson, Rosemary Sutcliff, J. R. R. Tolkien (Gemeinsame Favoriten)

Homepagehttp://www.unamccormack.com

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Auch beiLiveJournal, Twitter

Bürgerlicher NameUna McCormack

OrtCB2 0NT

Art der Mitgliedschaftöffentlich

LibraryThing-Links /profile/Altariel (Profil)
/catalog/Altariel (Bibliothek)

Mitglied seitSep 6, 2006

Lese geradeOmeros von Derek Walcott

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