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Eve Forward

Eve Laurel Forward (born January 17, 1972) is an author and television screenwriter. She is the daughter of American physicist and popular science fiction author Robert L. Forward,[1] and the sister of Bob Forward, also a writer and film director.

Books

She is best known for her two fantasy novels, Villains by Necessity (1995) and Animist (2000), both of which are now out of print.

Television

She has also written for animated television shows, including Biker Mice from Mars, GI Joe: A Real American Hero, and The Legend of Zelda.

References

External links

  • Internet Speculative Fiction Database


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