|Laura Curtis Hickman|
December 7, 1956 |
Long Beach, CA
|Occupation||Novelist, game designer|
|Spouse(s)||Tracy Hickman (1977-present)|
Laura Curtis Hickman (born December 7, 1956, Long Beach, California) is an internationally published fantasy author, best known for her works in game design and fantasy novels with husband, Tracy Hickman. Tracy and Laura, who were childhood sweethearts, married in 1977 and have four children.
Laura Curtis was born in Long Beach, California to Clarence and Jenny Curtis. She grew up in Southern California until her parents moved to Provo, Utah just prior to her entering Junior High School. There while she was in 7th grade, she met Tracy Hickman in the lunch room of Farrer Junior High School. They dated off-and-on through their years at Provo High School until Tracy left to serve a church mission in Indonesia in 1975. Like her husband Tracy Laura is a Latter-day Saint.
Tracy served two years of service as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hickman and Curtis were married in 1977. They were married three months after his return on June 17, 1977.
Tracy and Laura wrote the original versions of the modules Rahasia and Pharaoh together, and privately published them. Tracy went into business, but his associate left the Hickmans with $30,000 in bad checks to cover. Driven into bankruptcy, Tracy sent Rahasia and Pharaoh to TSR, “literally so that I could buy shoes for my children”. TSR wanted the modules, but hired Tracy as well: “They said it would be easier to publish my adventures if I was part of the company. So, we made the move from Utah to Wisconsin.”
- Baking Outside the Box
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