Pat Murphy

Pat Murphy

Pat Murphy (Patrice Ann Murphy) is an award-winning American science writer and author of science fiction and fantasy novels. Her second novel, The Falling Woman (1986), won the Nebula Award, and she also won a Nebula Award in the same year for her novelette, "Rachel in Love." Her short story collection, Points of Departure (1990) won the Philip K. Dick Award, and her 1991 novella, "Bones," won the World Fantasy Award.

Together with Karen Joy Fowler, Murphy co-founded the James Tiptree, Jr. Award in 1991.


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Speculative Fiction Novels (8)
2002  Adventures in Time and Space with Max Merriwell (Max Merriwell)
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2001  Wild Angel
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1999  There and Back Again (Max Merriwell)
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1996  Nadya
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1990  Points of Departure
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1989  The City, Not Long After
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1986  The Falling Woman
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1982  The Shadow Hunter
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Comics and Anthology (1)
1991  Letters from Home
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