VONDA NEEL MCINTYRE
was born in Louisville, Kentucky in 1948. She took a degree in biology
at the University of Washington and did post-graduate work in genetics.
She has also done some editing and organised writers' workshops. Her first
novel was The Exile Waiting.
is the author of Dreamsnake, which won both the Nebula Award and the Hugo
award for best science fiction novel. The World Science Fiction Convention
awards the Hugo after a vote by readers, while the Science-Fiction and
Fantasy Writers of America presents the Nebula. Dreamsnake has been published
in thirteen languages, including, most recently, Czechoslovakian.
The Chesterfield Film Company offered her a fellowship in its Writers
Film Project, sponsored by Universal Studios and Amblin Entertainment.
She spent the year in Los Angeles working on two screenplays. The results
are The Moon and the Sun and Illegal Alien. She has also adapted Dreamsnake
and Barbary as movie screenplays.
More info: http://www.oz.net/~vonda/
More info: http://www.sff.net/people/Vonda/
Last Revised: November 2005.