1937-1995. Leader of the '60s and '70s "New Wave" of Science Fiction writing blurring the line with Fantasy - and in fact accepting no boundaries to the genre. Best works include "Lord of Light" (1967), "This Immortal" (1966), "Creatures of Light and Darkness" (1969), and the Amber series, as well as many excellent short stories and collections. Some of his best known works were based on mythology as seen through the eyes of science fiction: Lord of Light on the Hindu pantheon, Creatures of Light and Darkness on the Ancient Egyptian pantheon, Eye of Cat on Navajo religion and folklore. Winner of 6 Hugos and 2 Nebulas. Thanks to the IMDb biography.
Fantasticfiction: Roger Zelazny
Annotated bibliography including quotations by the author on the work of his fellow writers.
IMDb: Roger Zelazny
Brief biography and filmography.
Roger Zelazny in Japan
A discussion of the release of the author's works in Japan, together with three reviews and a gallery of computer generated images.
Roger Zelazny Wikipedia Entry
Includes biography, trademarks and published works.
SF Site Review: Lord of the Fantastic
This book is a collection of short stories written in tribute to Zelazny, together with anecdotes of each author's memories of the man.
Features cover artwork from the majority of the authors works.
Zelazny and Amber
Lists of facts about the author including bibliography sorted by medium, convention appearances, story synopses, pictures, and an obituary.
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