from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A book or article combining an account of a person's life with a discussion of works written by or about that person.
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As well as some excellent short stories (including the three wrenching pieces written the day Zelazny's father died), there are two speeches and a short essay, forewords by Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Walter Jon Williams (who tried, unsuccessfully, to get Zelazny to try the Amber roleplaying game), and Christopher Kovacs continues his fascinating bio-bibliography.
Also see coverage from the New York Times and USA Today, and the Nobelers own bio-bibliography.
Back when I was a professor of stable isotopy, I would list letters I had published in newspapers on my bio-bibliography, which I had to submit when being considered for promotion.
Her five major novels are in paperback – Gaston de Blondeville is not surprisingly omitted – and three major biographies, Ann Radcliffe: A bio-bibliography by Deborah Rogers, Rictor Norton's Mistress of Udolpho and Robert Miles's Ann Radcliffe: The Great Enchantress have all been published in recent years.
Ann Radcliffe: A bio-bibliography (Greenwood Press, 1996)
In late 2009 or early 2010, my comprehensive bio-bibliography of WTV will come out from The Scarecrow Press.
Please send us a brief bio-bibliography of yourself via email to the following address: assoldm@yahoo. org and specify RE: COLLOQUE GENRE ARTS SOCIETE.
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