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Juliet Marillier

Juliet Marillier
Marillier in 2013
Born (1948-07-27) 27 July 1948
Dunedin, New Zealand
Alma mater University of Otago
Genre Historical fantasy
Notable awards 2008 Sir Julius Vogel Award

Juliet Marillier (born 27 July 1948) is a New Zealand-born writer of fantasy, focusing predominantly on historical fantasy.[1] She was educated at the University of Otago, where she graduated with a B.A. in languages and a Bachelor of Music (honours).[2] Marillier taught music at the high school and university levels and has also served as a choral conductor and opera singer.[3] In 2009 Marillier was diagnosed with breast cancer.[3]

Marillier lives in the Swan Valley, Western Australia (2014).[2]

Contents

  • Awards 1
  • Bibliography 2
    • The Sevenwaters Trilogy 2.1
    • Saga of the Light Isles 2.2
    • The Bridei Chronicles 2.3
    • The Whistling Tor Series 2.4
    • Novels for Young Adults 2.5
    • The Shadowfell Series 2.6
    • Blackthorn and Grim 2.7
    • Short story collections 2.8
    • Short stories 2.9
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Awards

Bibliography

The Sevenwaters Trilogy

  1. Daughter of the Forest (1999)
  2. Son of the Shadows (2000)
  3. Child of the Prophecy (2001)
  4. Heir to Sevenwaters (2008)
  5. Seer of Sevenwaters (2010)
  6. Flame of Sevenwaters (2012)

Saga of the Light Isles

  1. Wolfskin (2002)
  2. Foxmask (2003)

The Bridei Chronicles

  1. The Dark Mirror (2004)
  2. Blade of Fortriu (2005)
  3. The Well Of Shades (2006)

The Whistling Tor Series

  1. Heart's Blood (2009)

Novels for Young Adults

  1. Wildwood Dancing (2006)
  2. Cybele's Secret (2007)

The Shadowfell Series

  1. Shadowfell (2012)
  2. Raven Flight (2013)
  3. The Caller (2014)

Blackthorn and Grim

  1. Dreamer's Pool (2014)

Short story collections

  • Prickle Moon (2013), 16 stories.

Short stories

Short stories in Prickle Moon.

  • Prickle Moon
  • Otherling
  • Let down your hair
  • Poppy seeds
  • In Coed Celyddon
  • Juggling silver
  • 'Twixt Firelight and Water (A Tale of Sevenwaters)
  • Gift of hope
  • Letters from Robert
  • Jack's day
  • Far horizons
  • Tought love 3001
  • Wraith, level one
  • Back and beyond
  • The angel of death
  • By bone-light


Dates shown are for first Australian publication.

References

  1. ^ "Reviews for Juliet Marillier". RT Book Reviews. Retrieved 29 July 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "Juliet Marillier". AUSTLIT (austlit.edu.au). Retrieved 4 August 2014.
  3. ^ a b Kenter, DA. "An interview with author Juliet Marillier". Canton Rep. Retrieved 29 July 2013. 

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