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  • Author: Lynn Abbey Author Record # 115
  • Legal Name: Abbey, Marilyn Lorraine
  • Birthplace: Peekskill, New York, USA
  • Birthdate: 18 September 1948
  • Language: English
  • Email:labbey@iag.net
  • Webpages:Goodreads, lynnabbey.com, nndb.com, SFE3, Wikipedia-EN
  • Additional Bibliographic Comments:Author:Lynn Abbey
  • Author Tags:fantasy (13), historical fantasy (2), celtic (1), superhero (1), sword and sorcery (1)

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Lynn Abbey

Goodreads Author


Born

in Peekskill, New York, The United States

September 18


Website

http://www.lynnabbey.com/


Genre

Science Fiction & Fantasy


Member Since

January 2010


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Lynn Abbey began publishing in 1979 with the novel Daughter of the Bright Moon and the short story "The Face of Chaos," part of a Thieves World shared world anthology. She received early encouragement from Gordon R. Dickson.

In the 1980s she married Robert Asprin and became his co-editor on the Thieves World books. She also contributed to other shared world series during the 1980s, including Heroes in Hell and Merovingen Nights.

Abbey and Asprin divorced in 1993 and Abbey moved to Oklahoma City. She continued to write novels during this period, including original works as well as tie-ins to Role Playing Games for TSR. In 2002, she returned to Thieves World with the novel Sanctuary and also began editing new anthologies, beginning with TurningLynn Abbey began publishing in 1979 with the novel Daughter of the Bright Moon and the short story "The Face of Chaos," part of a Thieves World shared world anthology. She received early encouragement from Gordon R. Dickson.

In the 1980s she married Robert Asprin and became his co-editor on the Thieves World books. She also contributed to other shared world series during the 1980s, including Heroes in Hell and Merovingen Nights.

Abbey and Asprin divorced in 1993 and Abbey moved to Oklahoma City. She continued to write novels during this period, including original works as well as tie-ins to Role Playing Games for TSR. In 2002, she returned to Thieves World with the novel Sanctuary and also began editing new anthologies, beginning with Turning Points....more


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