Bradley, Marion Zimmer, 1930-1999.
Full name: Marion Eleanor Zimmer Bradley.
American author and editor of speculative fiction, born in Albany, New York. Later
lived in Berkeley, California. Married first to Robert Alden Bradley and later to numismatist
Walter Breen; sister of Paul Edwin Zimmer and mother of David Bradley, also authors. Often deals
with issues of gender equality in her work. Best known for her series of science fiction novels
set on the fictional planet Darkover.
The Mists of Avalon. 1983.
A retelling of the Arthurian legends from the frame of reference of its female characters,
Morgaine and Gwenhwyfar. Followed by sequels written with Diana L. Paxson,
The Forest House (1993),
The Lady of Avalon (1997), and
The Priestess of Avalon (2000);
further sequels are primarily by Paxson.
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