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Judith Tarr (born in Augusta, Maine, January 30, 1955)[1] is an American fantasy and science fiction author.[2] She received her B.A. in Latin and English from Mount Holyoke College in 1976, and has an M.A. in Classics from Cambridge University, and an M.A. and PhD in Medieval Studies from Yale University.[3][4][5] She taught Latin at Wesleyan University from 1990 to 1993.[6]

She breeds Lipizzan horses at Dancing Horse Farm, her home in Vail, Arizona.[4] The romantic fantasies that she writes under the name Caitlin Brennan[7] feature "dancing horses" modeled on those that she raises.[8]

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PseudonymsEdit

  • Caitlin Brennan, pseudonym used for the White Magic series (The Mountain’s Call and sequels) and House of the Star[7]
  • Kathleen Bryan, pseudonym used for the War of the Rose series (The Serpent and the Rose and sequels)[7]

BibliographyEdit

NovelsEdit

  • The Hound and the Falcon, 1993, ISBN 0-312-85303-3, a collection of earlier works:
  • Avaryan Chronicles series:
  • A Wind in Cairo, Bantam Spectra, 1989, ISBN 0-553-27609-3
  • Ars Magica, Bantam Spectra, 1989, ISBN 0-553-28145-3
  • The Alamut series (set in the same universe as The Hound and the Falcon):
  • Blood Feuds (with S.M. Stirling, Susan Shwartz, and Harry Turtledove), Baen, 1993, ISBN 0-671-72150-X
  • Lord of the Two Lands, Tor, 1993 ISBN 0-312-85362-9
  • His Majesty's Elephant, Jane Yolen Books, 1993, ISBN 0-15-200737-7
  • Blood Vengeance (with Jerry Pournelle, S.M. Stirling, Susan Shwartz, and Harry Turtledove), Baen, 1993, ISBN 0-671-72201-8
  • Throne of Isis, Forge, 1994, ISBN 0-312-85363-7
  • The Eagle's Daughter, Forge, 1995, ISBN 0-312-85819-1
  • Pillar of Fire, Forge, 1995, ISBN 0-312-85542-7
  • King and Goddess, Forge, 1996, ISBN 0-312-86092-7
  • Queen of Swords, Forge, 1997, ISBN 0-312-85821-3
  • White Mare's Daughter, Forge, 1998, ISBN 0-312-86112-5
  • The Shepherd Kings, Forge, June 1999 ISBN 0-312-86113-3
  • Household Gods (with Harry Turtledove), Tor, 1999, ISBN 0-312-86487-6
  • Lady of Horses, Forge, June 2000, ISBN 0-312-86114-1
  • Kingdom of the Grail, Roc, September 2000, ISBN 0-451-45797-8
  • Daughter of Lir, Forge, June 2001, ISBN 0-312-87616-5
  • Pride of Kings, Roc, September 2001, ISBN 0-451-45847-8
  • Devil's Bargain, Roc, September 2002, ISBN 0-451-45896-6
  • House of War, Roc, November 2003, ISBN 0-451-52900-6
  • Queen of the Amazons, Tor, April 2004, ISBN 0-765-30395-7
  • Rite of Conquest, Roc, November 2004, ISBN 0-451-46002-2
  • King's Blood, Roc, October 2005, ISBN 0-451-46045-6
  • Bring Down the Sun, Tor, 2008, ISBN 978-0-765-30397-4
  • Living in Threes, Book View Cafe, 2014, ISBN 978-1-61138-450-5
  • Forgotten Suns, Book View Cafe, 2015, ISBN 978-1-611-38491-8

Short fictionEdit

Stories[9]
Title Year First published Reprinted/collected Notes
Fool's errand 2015 Tarr, Judith (January – February 2015). "Fool's errand". Analog Science Fiction and Fact. 135 (1&2): 100–111.

As Caitlin BrennanEdit

The White Magic series
  1. The Mountain's Call, Luna, 2004, ISBN 0-373-80210-2
  2. Song of Unmaking, Luna, 2005, ISBN 0-373-80232-3
  3. Shattered Dance, Luna, 2006, ISBN 0-373-80248-X

As Kathleen BryanEdit

The War of the Rose series
  1. The Serpent and the Rose, Tor, 2007, ISBN 0-765-31328-6
  2. The Golden Rose, Tor, 2008, ISBN 978-0-765-31329-4
  3. The Last Paladin, Tor, 2009, ISBN 978-0-765-31330-0

AwardsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Judith Tarr - Summary Bibliography". www.isfdb.org. Retrieved October 18, 2015.
  2. ^ "Judith Tarr's Bibliography". www.sff.net. Archived from the original on March 3, 2016. Retrieved September 16, 2015.
  3. ^ "Amazon.com: Judith Tarr: Books, Biography, Blog". Archived from the original on November 19, 2009. Retrieved November 27, 2016.
  4. ^ a b "Judith Tarr". Macmillan Publishers. Retrieved October 2, 2014.
  5. ^ "Judith Tarr (1955-) Biography - Writings, Sidelights - Personal, Addresses, Career, Member, Honors Awards". biography.jrank.org. Retrieved September 20, 2015.
  6. ^ "Where are they now?" (PDF). JUNO'S PEACOCK. Wesleyan University, Department of Classical Studies (2): 8. July 1996. Retrieved September 20, 2015.
  7. ^ a b c "Judith Tarr | BVC Authors | Book View Cafe". bookviewcafe.com. Retrieved September 15, 2015.
  8. ^ "Caitlin Brennan | Authors | Macmillan". US Macmillan. Retrieved January 28, 2019.
  9. ^ Short stories unless otherwise noted.
  10. ^ a b c Locus Award Index Archived February 18, 2010, at the Wayback Machine

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