James Tiptree Jr.

James Tiptree Jr.

James Tiptree, Jr. (1915–1987) was the pen name of American science fiction author Alice Bradley Sheldon, used from 1967 to her death. She also occasionally wrote under the pseudonym Raccoona Sheldon (1974–1977). Tiptree/Sheldon was most notable for breaking down the barriers between writing perceived as inherently "male" or "female" – it was not publicly known until 1977 that James Tiptree, Jr. was a woman.

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Edited: Darkki April 26, 2015
Book Covers
Ten Thousand Light-Years from Home
Warm Worlds and Otherwise
Up the Walls of the World5.84
Star Songs of an Old Primate
Out of the Everywhere, and Other Extraordinary Visions
Brightness Falls from the Air
Byte Beautiful: Eight Science Fiction Stories
The Starry Rift
Tales of the Quintana Roo
Crown of Stars
Her Smoke Rose Up Forever
Neat Sheets: The Poetry of James Tiptree, Jr.
Meet Me at Infinity

Speculative Fiction Novels (12)


2000 | science fiction, non-fiction, short stories

1990 | science fiction, short stories

1988 | science fiction, short stories

1986 | fantasy, short stories

1986 | science fiction, short stories

1985 | science fiction

1985 | science fiction, short stories

1981 | science fiction, short stories

1978 | science fiction

1978 | science fiction, short stories

1975 | science fiction, short stories

1973 | science fiction, short stories

Others non-spefi books (1)


1996