Eleanor Arnason

Eleanor Atwood Arnason (born December 28, 1942) is an American author of science fiction novels and short stories.

Arnason's earliest published story, "A Clear Day in the Motor City", appeared in ''New Worlds'' in 1973. Her work often depicts cultural change and conflict, usually from the viewpoint of characters who cannot or will not live by their own societies' rules. This anthropological focus has led many to compare her fiction to that of Ursula K. Le Guin.

Arnason won the inaugural James Tiptree Jr. Award in 1991 and the 1992 Mythopoeic Award for ''A Woman of the Iron People'' and in 2000 won the Gaylactic Spectrum Award for Best Short Fiction for "Dapple" and the HOMer Award for her novelette ''Stellar Harvest''. ''Stellar Harvest'' was also nominated for a Hugo Award in 2000. In 2003, she was nominated for two Nebula Awards for her novella ''Potter of Bones'' and her short story "Knapsack Poems". In 2004, she was guest of honor at Wiscon. She lives in Minnesota. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Arnason, Eleanor
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    by Arnason, Eleanor
    Published 1991
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