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Anne Ha: Contemporary Romance Novels: * Husband Next Door [SR #1208, Feb 1997] * Her Forgotten Husband [SR #1232, June 1997] * Long, Tall Temporary Husband [SR #1297, May 1998] Beverly T. Haaf: also known as Beverly Terry; also writes Speculative Fiction; Gothic Romance Novels: * The Chanting [Jan 1991] * The Crystal Pawns Inez Grool Haanderman: reclusive Welsh/Chilean author of sardonic romance/horror, including: * The Blunderghost [London: G. Bles, 1937] * The Great Sargasso Serpent [London: M. Joseph, 1964] Sue Haasler: Contemporary Romance Novels: * Time After Time [Dec 2002] Hellas Haasse: Historical Romance Novels: * In a Drak Wood Wandering Joyce Haber: Contemporary Romance Novels: * The Users Karen Haber, full name Karen Lee Haber Silverberg (1955-): Science Fiction novelist, wife of Robert Silverberg; Novels: * Sister Blood [Daw Books, Aug 1996] Mass Market Paperback ISBN 0-886-77708-9 * The War Minstrels [Daw Books, Nov 1995] Mass Market Paperback ISBN 0-886-77669-4 * Woman Without a Shadow [Daw Books, Mar 1995] Mass Market Paperback ISBN:0-886-77627-9 * the "Mutant" series: * The Mutant Season [Doubleday Foundation, 1989] co-author Robert Silverberg * The Mutant Prime [Doubleday Foundation, 1990] co-author Robert Silverberg * The Mutant Star [Bantam Spectra, Feb 1992] Paperback ISBN 0-553-29492-X Anthologies Edited: * Universe 1 [] co-anthologist Robert Silverberg * Universe 2 [] co-anthologist Robert Silverberg * Universe 3 [] co-anthologist Robert Silverberg Elizabeth Habersham: also known as Madeline Harper, Anna James; Gothic Romance Novels: * Island of Deceit Jacqueline Hacsi: also known as Jacqueline Hope, Jacqueline Louis; Contemporary Romance Novels: * Love's Own Dream [CR #244] * Winter's Loving Touch [CR #511] * East to Paradise [CR #599] * Paradise Isle [CR #640, Mar 1981] * To Rich for Her Pride [CR #658, June 1981] Simone Hadary: Contemporary Romance Novels: * Embraced By Destiny [SC #59, July 1982] * Spring Fever [SC #108, Mar 1983] Pamela Hadas: Contemporary Romance Novels: * Passion of Lilith Sandi Haddad: Member of Romance Writers of America; website J. 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Haderack: Locus/Contento lists: * Mercer's Whore [Ripping Publishing, Sep 1997] Fantasy Lisa Hadley: Contemporary Romance Novels: * Welcome the Sunrise [HRS #41, July 1989] * The Games People Play [HRS #88, June 1991] * Willing Or Not [HRS #186, May 1994] * Too Late For Regrets [HSM #??, date?] Diana Haeger: Historical Romance Novels: * Angel Bride [Sep 1994] * Courtesan [Mar 1993] * The Return [Dec 1993] * The Secret Wife of George IV [Apr 2000] Contemporary Romance Novels: * Beyond the Glen [June 1998] * Pieces of April [July 1997] Patricia Hagan: also known as Patricia Hagan Howell; also writes Mystery/Suspense; also writes Speculative Fiction; Historical Romance Novels: * A Forever Kind of Love [Dec 1992] * Golden Roses [1983] * Heaven in a Wildflower [Mar 1992] * Love and Dreams [Sep 1988] * Love and Fury [Sep 1986] * Love and Glory [1982] * Love and Honor [Sep 1989] * Love and Splendor [Oct 1987] * Love and Triumph [Jan 1991] * Love and War [1978] * Midnight Rose [Apr 1991] * Orchids in Moonlight [Nov 1993] * Passion's Fury [1981] * The Raging Hearts [Oct 1979] * Say You Love Me * Simply Heaven * Souls Aflame [Apr 1980] * Starlight [July 1994] * This Savage Heart [Nov 1984] Gothic Romance Novels: * Dark Jorney Home [1974] * Winds of Terror [1975] Series Romance Novels: * at least 13 book titles {to be done} Judith Hagar: also known as Valentina Luellen; also known as Judith Polley; also known as Judith Stewart; Historical Romance Novels: * Dangerous Deception * Don't Run From Love * Journey Into Love * Man For Melanie * Master of Karatangi * The Measure of Love * The Place of Happiness * Shadow of the Eagle * To Touch the Stars * The Wind of Change Lorinda Hagen: Historical Romance Novels: * Amy Jean * Banners of Desire * Bold Blades Flashing * Corrie * Destiny and Desire * In Love and War * In the Eye of the Law * Lacey * Letitia * Mistress of Glory * Nevada * Sister of the Queen * Somebody's Daughter, Somebody's Wife * Summer of '32 * Sweet Sinner Alice Rogers Hager: Contemporary Romance Novels: * Washington Secretary Jean Hager: also writes Mystery/Suspense; also known as Leah Crane; also known as Marlaine Kyle; Also known as Jeanne Stephens; Romantic Suspense Novels: * Terror in the Sunlight [May 1984] * Yellow-Flower Moon * Dangerous Enchantment [VG #4, Aug 1984] Series Contemporary Romance Novels: * 6 book titles {to be done} H. Rider Haggard, full name Sir Henry Rider Haggard (22 Jun 1856-14 May 1925): British barrister/author; spent childhood in South Africa; 1875-1881 Served in Colonial Service; 1912 knighted; published almost 80 books, of which "She" and "King Solomon's Mines" are best known, considered the leader of the subgenre of LOST LANDS/LOST RACE; also creatred the Allan Quatermain character who appeared in several British films {hotlinks to be added} must be something on the Web -- to be done. Genre books include: * She [Lovell, 1887; Dell, 1949; Lancer; Pyramid] * Ayesha: the Return of She [Doubleday, 1905; Lancer; Newcastle] * She & the Return of She [Lancer, 1972] 2 novels in one volume * She and Allan Quarterman [Newcastle, 1975] 2 novels in one volume * Allan Quartermain [Harper, 1887; Royal Giant, 1953; Ballentine Books] * People of the Mist [Longmans, 1894; Ballentine Books] * Cleopatra [Longmans, 1927; Pocket, 1963] * Heart of the World [Newcastle, 1976] * King Solomon's Mines [Lovell, 1886; Dell; Royal Giant; Ballentine Books] * The Saga of Eric Brighteyes [Newcastle, 1974] * When the World Shook [Ballentine Books, 1978] * Wisdom's Daughter [Ballentine Books, 1978] * The World's Desire (co-author Andrew Lang) [Harper, 1890; Ballantine Books Adult Fantasy, 1972] Betty Hagman: Romantic Suspense Novels: * The Death Beads Mary Downing Hahn (1937-): Young Adult Supernatural fiction author: * Time of the Witch [Avon Camelot, 1982] * Wait Till Helen Comes [Avon Camelot, 1986] * The Doll in the Garden [Houghton Mifflin/Clarion, 1989] TIME TRAVEL * Time for Andrew: A Ghost Story [Clarion, 1994] * Look for Me by Moonlight [Houghton Mifflin/Clarion, 1995] Vampires (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.446) Kathryn Haig: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey: Contemporary Romance Novels: * Homefree * Joanna's Husband and David's Wife * Life Sentences * A Woman of Independent Means Johanna Hailey: pseudonym of Sharon Jarvis and Marcia Yvonne Howl: Locus/Contento lists: * Crystal Paradise [Zebra, Sep 1986] Romance/Fantasy, ISBN 0-8217-1894-0 . * Enchanted Paradise [Zebra, Oct 1985] Romance/Fantasy, ISBN 0-8217-1672-3 Historical Romance Novels: * Beloved Paradise [Mar 1987] * Crystal Paradise [Sep 1986] * Enchanted Paradise [Sep 1985] Fantasy Romance Novels: * Sea Treasure Shirley Hailstock: Member of Romance Writers of America; Shirley Hailstock's Home Page: Romance Novels: * at least 9 stand-alone novels and 6 series novels Carolyn Haines: also writes Mystery/Suspense; Contemporary Romance Novels: * Summer of Fear Pamela Haines: Historical Romance Novels: * Daughter of the Northern Fields * The Diamond Waterfall [June 1985] * The Golden Lion Oct 1987] * The Kissing Gate Lin Haire-Sargeant: Locus/Contento lists: * H: The Story of Heathcliff's Journey Back to Wuthering Heights [Pocket, July 1992] Gothic, sequel to Emily Bronte, ISBN 0-671-77700-9 Nina Jana Hajda (1933-): also writes under pseudonym Nina Mandelik according to Locus/Contento Kathy Marie Hake: Contemporary Romance Novels: * Twin Victories [HSNG #370, Mar 2000] * Unexpected Delivery [HSNG #481, May 2002] Historical Romance Novels: * Woven Hearts [AN #566, June 2002] * From Halter to Alter [AN #622, June 2003] * Precious Burdens [HSNG #512, Oct 2002] Inspirational Romance Novels: * The Protector [AN #411, Feb 2000] * Button String Bride [AN #469, May 2001] * Old Maid's Choice [AN #473, May 2001] Kelly Eileen Hake: Contemporary Romance Novels: * Woven Hearts [AN #566, June 2002] Ann Halam: pseudonym for Young-Adult Fantasy of Gwyneth Jones (1952-): Locus/Contento lists: * The Daymaker [Franklin Watts Orchard, May 1987] ISBN 1-85213-019-9 * Dinosaur Junction [Orchard, July 1992] ISBN 1-85213-369-4 * The Fear Man [Orion, Oct 1995] ISBN 1-85881-158-9 * The Haunting of Jessica Raven [Orion, July 1994] ISBN 1-85881-050-7 * King Death's Garden [Orchard, Aug 1986] ISBN 1-85213-003-2 * The Powerhouse [Orion/Dolphin, June 1997] ISBN 1-85881-379-4 * The Skybreaker [Orchard, June 1990] ISBN 1-85213-201-9 * Transformations [Franklin Watts/Orchard, Aug 1988] ISBN 1-85213-119-5 Gina Haldane: Gina Haldane * writes for "Gothic Journal" * Researches films * author of "It Must Have Been Lightning -- A Romantic Comedy with a Paranormal Twist" * Sisters Gina & Dara Haldane most recently published a series of articles called "The Shiver Screen" Deborah Hale: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Wendy Haley: Gothic author; Locus/Contento lists: * This Dark Paradise [Diamond, Apr 1994] Vampires, ISBN 0-7865-0000-X * These Fallen Angels [Headline, Dec 1994] Vampires, ISBN 0-7472-1109-4 Halfling: (1) hybrid of human and elf or other supernatural being; (2) Hobbit, in works of J. R. R. Tolkien Constance Hall: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Constance Hall's Home Page Linda Hall: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Melissa Mia Hall: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Anthologies Edited: * Wild Women [Carroll & Graf, June 1997] ISBN 0-7867-0415-2 Sandi Hall (1942-): Locus/Contento lists: * The Godmothers [US: Women's Press, 1982; Sep 1984] ISBN 0-7043-3888-2 $6.95, 183pp, trade paperback FEMINIST * the "Cosmic Botanists" series: * Wingwomen of Hera [Spinsters/Aunt Lute, May 1987] ISBN 0-933216-26-2 $8.95, 180pp, trade paperback FEMINIST Halloween, a.k.a. Hallowe'en, a.k.a. All Hallow's Eve; pagan festival of day during which passage from Death to Life and vice versa is open, see Portal; Ray Bradbury told me that this was his favorite day of the year Hallucination: false Perception of something which is not, as opposed to Illusion whch is a partial perception of something that is but ought not to be; see Perception, Illusion, Reality Grace Hallworth: Locus/Contento lists: * Mouth Open, Story Jump Out [Methuen, 1984; Magnet, Dec 1987] ISBN 0-416-07542-8 supernatural stories retold from folktales of Trinidad Elizabeth Hallam: also writes as Livia Reasoner, Livia James; Romance Novels: * The Emerald Land [by Livia James] [Fawcett Gold Medal, Mar 1983] ISBN: 0-4491-2410-X * Our Town: Mending Fences [by Livia Reasoner] [Jove, Jan 1998] ISBN: 0-5151-2211-4 * Spirit Catcher [by Elizabeth Hallam] [Jove, June 1998] * Alura's Wish [by Elizabeth Hallam] [Jove Magical Love, Aug 1999] Elizabeth Hallam's Home Page E-mail Elizabeth Hallam Carole Halston: Member of Romance Writers of America; Carole Halston's Home Page Renee Halverson: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Barbara Hambly, full name Barbara Joan Hambly (1951-): Barbara Hambly @ AlphaRalpha Locus Readers Poll Award: 1989 SFFWA ex-President, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Mystery author also Barbara Hambly @ Dragon*Con Books Written: * the "Darwath" trilogy: * The Time of the Dark [Del Rey, 1982; Ballantine Del Rey, Aug 1997] * The Walls of Air [Del Rey, 1982] * The Armies of Daylight [1983] * Beauty and the Beast [Avon, Oct 1989; Unwin May 1990] TV spinoff * Bride of the Rat God [Ballantine Del Rey, Dec 1994] 1920s Hollywood satire Sample chapter * Crossroad (Star Trek #71) [Pocket, Sep 1994] * The Dark Hand of Magic [Del Rey, May 1990; Unwin] * the "Darkmage" series (magic meets software): * The Silent Tower [Del Rey, 1986] * The Silicon Mage [Del Rey, 1988] * Darkmage [Science Fiction Book Club, Apor 1988] omnibus edition * Dragonsbane [Del Rey, 1985; Unwin/Unicorn, Apr 1986] * A Free Man of Color [Bantam, July 1997] Mystery/Historical * Star Trek: Ghost-Walker (Star Trek #53) [Pocket Books, Feb 1991] * Immortal Blood [Unwin, Nov 1988] Vampire/Detective (British release of "Those Who Hunt the Night") * Ishmael (Star Trek #38) [Pocket, 1985; Firecrest, July 1987] * The Ladies of Mandrigyn [Del Rey, 1984; Unwin/Unicorn Oct 1986] * Mother of Winter [Ballantine Del Rey, 1996] * Search the Seven Hills [St.Martin's, 1983 as "The Quirinal Hill Affair"; Ballantine, Nov 1987] Mystery/Historical set in Caesar's Rome * The Silent Tower [Del Rey, 1986; Unwin, July 1987] * Star Wars: Children of the Jedi [Bantam Spectra, May 1995] movie spinoff * Star Wars: Planet of Twilight [Bantam Spectra, May 1997] * Stranger At the Wedding [Del Rey, Apr 1994] paperback ISBN 345-38097-5 cover artist: Don Maitz [HarperCollins UK, Apr 1994, as "Sorcerer's Ward"] * the "Sun-Cross" series: * The Rainbow Abyss [Ballantine Del Rey, Sep 1991; Grafton, Aug 1991] * The Magicians of the Night [Del Rey, 1992] * Sun-Cross [Science Fiction Book Club, July 1992] omnibus edition * Those Who Hunt the Night [Del Rey, Nov 1988] * Traveling With the Dead [Del Rey, Oct 1995] hardcover Sample chapter * the "Windrose Chronicles" Fantasy series: * Dog Wizard [Ballantine Del Rey, Feb 1993; Science Fiction Book Club] * the "Unschooled Wizard" series: * The Ladies of Mandrigyn [Del Rey, 1984; Unwin/Unicorn Oct 1986] * The Witches of Wenshar [Del Rey, 1987] * The Unschooled Wizard [Science Fiction Book Club, June 1987] omnibus edition Anthologies Edited: * Sisters of the Night (co-editor Martin H. Greenberg) [Warner Aspect, Oct 1995] 14 stories, lady vampires, trade paperback e-mail Barbara Hambly Celeste Hamilton: Member of Romance Writers of America; Celeste Hamilton's Home Page Elissa Lynn Alkoff Hamilton (Elissa Malcohn), born Brooklyn NY 18 Oct 1958, daughter of Sylvia Farber and Bernard Alkoff; contributed poetry (much of it science fiction) to: Aurora, Beacon, Black Maria, Earth's Daughters, Harvard Review, Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Planetarian, Portland Review, Round Table, San Fernando Poetry Journal, Star*Line, Uranus, Velocities; contributed fiction to: Black Maria, Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Karmic Runes, River Reader, Yellow Silk; B.A. 1979, Wagner College; M.S. 1982 Stevens Institute of Technology; Teaching Assistant/Research Assistant 1979-81,Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken NJ; Administrative Assistant 1981-82 Women's Peace Education Project, New York City; Staff Assistant 1983- Harvard University Business School, Boston MA; Member Feminist Writers Guild, SFWA, Science Fiction Poetry Association (Editor of SFPA magazine Star*Line), Poets & Writers Inc. Laurel K. Hamilton (1963-): Locus/Contento say "Laurell K. Hamilton" * Nightseer [Roc Fantasy, 1992] * Star Trek, The Next Generation #24: Nightshade [Pocket Books, Dec 1992] * Ravenloft: Death of a Darklord [TSR Hobbies, June 1995] game-related * the "Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter" series with private eye in alternate reality USA where Vampires and Werewolves have rights as Minorities: * Guilty Pleasure [1993; Ace, July 1995]] * The Laughing Corpse [Ace, Sep 1994] * Circus of the Damned [Ace, May 1995] * The Lunatic Cafe [Ace, Jan 1996] * The Killing Dance [Ace, June 1997] (enhanced from reference in "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.449) And also in the "Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter" series: * Bloody Bones [Ace, Oct 1996] Scott Hamilton: author of the definitive study of the influence of French poetry on Ezra Pound; later a Fellow at Caltech, and then Editor of IEEE Computer magazine Virginia Hamilton, full name Virginia Esther Hamilton Adorff (1936-): see Virginia Esther Hamilton Adorff * The Dark Way: Stories from the Spirit World [Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Sep 1990] ISBN 0-15-222340-1, story collection (25 Dark Fantasy) * the "Justice" Young Adult TIME TRAVEL series: * Justice and Her Brothers [Greenwillow, 1978; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Aug 1989] * Dustland [Greenwillow, 1978; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Aug 1989] * The Gathering [Greenwillow, 1981; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Aug 1989] * The People Could Fly: American Black Folktales [Knopf, Oct 1985] ISBN 0-394-86925-7 * Willie Bea and the Time the Martians Landed [Greenwillow, 1983; Macmillan Aladdin, Oct 1989] Young Adult (girl listens to Orson Welles' "The War of the Worlds" -- as did my Mother -- and stumbles onto an ambiguous drama which may be an actual invasion) ISBN 0-689-71328-2 T. D. Hamm, pseudonym of (maiden name of) Thelma Hamm Evans (Mrs. E. E. Evans) P. J. Hammond: Locus/Contento lists: * Sapphire and Steel [Star, 1979; Virgin Dec 1992] ISBN 0-352-30514-2 TV spinoff [Samuel] Dashiell Hammett (27 May 1894-10 Jan 1961) major American Mystery author, founder of "Hardboiled" school of detective stories and novels, jailed as a conscientious objector/socialist, see {hotlink to be done} for his Mystery details. Also, Horror for anthologies "Creeps by Night" (New York: John Day, 1931) a.k.a "Modern Tales of Horror" a.k.a. "The Red Brain" [the big Romance in his life was to long-time companion and major author xxxx] Bonnie Hamre: Member of Romance Writers of America; Bonnie Hamre's Home Page Lori Handeland: Member of Romance Writers of America; Lori Handeland's Home Page Kristin Hannah: Kristin Hannah's Home Page Barbara Hannay: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Gwen Hansen: Romance/Fantasist; Locus/Contento lists: * The Secret of the Unicorn Queen 2: Sun Blind [Ballantine Fawcett Columbine, Nov 1988] ISBN 0-449-90297-8 [London: Beaver, Apr 1989] ISBN 0-09-965480-6 * The Secret of the Unicorn Queen Book 6: Moonspell [Fawcett Columbine, May 1989] ISBN 0-449-90360-5 Kim Hansen: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Valerie Hansen: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Karen Harbaugh: Member of Romance Writers of America; Karen Harbaugh's Home Page Elizabeth Harbison: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Hard Fantasy: in the words of editor Jim Baen "Fantasy with Rivets", i.e. fiction in which Fantasy has a rigorusly applied axiomatic logical basis and structure; see Hard Science Fiction HARD SCIENCE FICTION: based on real science & engineering Terry Hardin: Fantasy editor/anthologist; Locus/Contento lists: * American Gothic (see co-anthologist Elizabeth Terry) Kristin Hardy: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Thomas Hardy (1840-1928): major mainstream author; near-Roamnces: {to be done} Mathew D. Hargreaves: bibliographer; Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * Anne Inez McCaffrey: Forty Years of Publishing: An International Bibliography [Mathew D. Hargreaves, Dec 1992] no ISBN, $35.00, 338pp, hardcover Non-fiction/reference/annotated bibliography of worldwide publications of McCaffrey's work. First edition limited to 500 copies signed by McCaffrey Mathew D. Hargreaves. Order from Mathew D. Hargreaves, PO Box 66099, Seattle WA 98166-0099. Please add $3.00 for postage. Harlequin: (1) Largest Romance publisher; (2) see Comedia Dell'Arte {to be done} Jane Harman, pseudonym of Terry Harknett Danelle Harmon: Member of Romance Writers of America; Danelle Harmon's Home Page Tara K. Harper (1961-): Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; professional science fiction author with eight novels (as of June 1998) published, three of which were national best-sellers, one of which was nominated for the 1995 Oregon Book Awards. No pseudonym. Books are published by Del Rey. Tara K. Harper author's home page * the "Wolfwalker" Fantasy series: * Wolfwalker [Ballantine Del Rey, May 1990] ISBN 0-345-36539-9 * Shadow Leader [Ballantine Del Rey, May 1991] ISBN 0-345-37163-1 * Storm Runner [Ballantine Del Rey, Aug 1993] ISBN 0-345-37162-3 * Wolf's Bane [Ballantine Del Rey, Nov 1997] ISBN 0-345-40634-6 * Grayheart [Ballantine Del Rey, Aug 1996] ISBN 0-345-38053-3 * Cat Scratch Fever [Ballantine Del Rey, May 1994] ISBN 0-345-38051-7 * Cataract [Ballantine Del Rey , Sep 1995] sequel to Cat Scratch Fever, ISBN 0-345-38052-5 * Lightwing [Ballantine Del Rey, July 1992] ISBN 0-345-37161-5 e-mail Tara K. Harper Harper's Monthly: magazine, not listed in Magzine web page {to be done} Jacqueline Harpman: Locus/Contento lists: * I Who Have Never Known Men [Seven Stories Press, June 1997] ISBN 1-888363-43-6, $22.00, 212pp, hardcover, post-holocaust FEMINIST Translated from French [Stock, 1995, as "Moi qui n'ai pas connu les hommes"] by Ros Schwartz Winner of 1996 Prix Medicis award Janice Harrell: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * Vampire Twins #1: Bloodlines [HarperPaperbacks, Sep 1994] ISBN 0-06-106247-2 Young Adult Vampire/Horror, Packaged by Daniel Weiss & Associates [Lions, Nov 1994] ISBN 0-00-675087-7 * Vampire Twins #2: Bloodlust [HarperPaperbacks, Oct 1994] ISBN 0-06-106246-4 [Lions, Jan 1995] ISBN 0-00-675093-1 * Vampire Twins #3: Bloodchoice [HarperPaperbacks, Oct 1994] ISBN 0-06-10243-X [Lions, Mar 1995] ISBN 0-00-675094-X * Vampire Twins #4: Blood Reunion [HarperPaperbacks, Mar 1995] ISBN 0-06-106283-9 [HarperCollins UK, Sep 1995] ISBN 0-00-675138-5 * Vampire Twins: A Trilogy [Lions, July 1995] ISBN 0-00-675111-3 Omnibus edition of the first three books in series * Vampires' Love #1: Blood Curse [Scholastic, Oct 1995] ISBN 0-590-60388-4 [Scholastic UK, Oct 1996] ISBN 0-590-13981-9 * Vampires' Love #2: Blood Spell [Scholastic, Nov 1995] ISBN 0-590-60390-6 [Scholastic UK, Dec 1996] ISBN0-590-13984-3 Alexis Harrington: Member of Romance Writers of America; Alexis Harrington's Home Page Cheryl Cooke Harrington: Member of Romance Writers of America; Cheryl Cooke Harrington's Home Page Barbara S. Harris: * Who is Julia? [Little Brown, 1978] Elizabeth Harris: Locus/Contento lists: * Time of the Wolf [HarperCollins UK, Mar 1994, Sep 1994] ISBN 0-00-224129-3 Geraldine Harris, full name Geraldine Rachel Harris (1951-): Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America, resident of England: * the "Seven Citadels" Fantasy series: * Prince of the Godborn [Macmillan U.K., 1982; Dell/Laurel Leaf, Aug 1987] ISBN 0-440-95407-X * The Children of the Wind [Macmillan U.K., 1982; Unicorn , Oct 1984] ISBN 0-04-823253-X [Dell/Laurel Leaf, Sep 1987] ISBN 0-440-91210-5 * The Dead Kingdom [Macmillan U.K., 1983; Dell/Laurel Leaf, Sep 1987] ISBN 0-440-91810-3 * The Seventh Gate [Macmillan U.K., Feb 1984; Greenwillow, June 1994; Dell/Laurel Leaf, Nov 1987] ISBN 0-440-97747-9 Kathleen Harris, pseudonym of Adelaide Humphries Leann Harris: Member of Romance Writers of America; Leann Harris's Home Page Jane E. Harrison (1850-1928): British fantasist; see Hope Mirrlees * Dark Dreams [Zebra, Oct 1996] Romance/Horror, 0-8217-5420-3 (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.453) and Locus/Contento Alexis Hart: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Angelica Hart: Angelica Hart's Home Page Neesa Hart: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Amanda Harte: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Holly Harte: Member of Romance Writers of America; website; also writes as Arlene Holliday; Romance Novels as Holly Harte: * Dancer's Angel [Zebra, Sep 1996] ISBN: 0-8217-5406-8 * Texas Silver [Zebra, July 1997] ISBN: 0-8217-5707-5 * Texas Jade [Zebra, July 1998] ISBN: 0-8217-5926-4 Short Romance Fiction as Holly Harte: * "The Christmas Portrait" in Deck the Halls [Zebra, Dec 1996] ISBN: 0-8217-5150-6 Romance Novels as Arlene Holliday: * Wild Texas Blossom [Zebra, Feb 1994] ISBN: 0-8217-4479-8 * His Wildest Fantasy [Zebra, Nov 1994] ISBN: 0-8217-4757-6 * Summer Wind [Zebra, July 1995] ISBN: 0-8217-4937-4 Holly Harte's Home Page E-mail Holly Harte Robin Lee Hatcher: Member of Romance Writers of America; Robin Lee Hatcher's Home Page Vesta Hathaway: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Michele Hauf: Member of Romance Writers of America; Michele Hauf's Home Page Wilhelm Hauff (1802-1827): Fantasy author of GERMANY * Liechtenstein [1826] supernatural historical romance * Memoiren des Satan ["The Memoirs of Satan"] [1825-1826] satire * other stories {to be done} (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.455) Haunted: inhabited by ghosts {to be done}; the haunting as such is a fictionalization of aspects of memory and repression Karen Hawkins: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Julian Hawthorne (1846-1934): son of Nathaniel Hawthorne, father of Hildegarde Hawthorne; Fantasy/Gothic/Supernatural/Swedenborgian author resident in London (although American); also edited various anthologies; said to have a disproportionately tangled bibliography (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.456) Hildegarde Hawthorne (1871-1864): daughter of Julian Hawthorne, granddaughter of Nathaniel Hawthorne: * Faded Garden: The Collected Ghost Stories of Hildegarde Hawthorne [ed. Jessica Amanda Salmonson, 1985] story collection Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864): Major American novelist and short story author, highly influential in literary and genre worlds, notebooks show experimental writings which are post-modernist over a century ahead of their time; many of his stories are easily classified as either Fantasy or Science Fiction today; many of his works have been adapted for the screen, most notably "The Scarlet Letter" (his 1850 mainstream novel with hallucinatory episodes) and "The House of the Seven Gables" (his 1851 novel which trembles on the edge of Gothic without ever crossing over to the supernatural): * Twice-Told Tales [1837; expanded to 2 volumes, 1842] story collection, Fate * Mosses from and Old Manse [1864; expanded 1854] story collection 2 most famous stories: * "Young Goodman Brown" [1835] * "Rappaccini's Daughter" [1844] clearly science fiction * The Snow-Image and Other Twice-Told Tales [1852] story collection * A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys [1852] story collection: Greek myths * Tanglewood Tales for Girls and Boys [1853] story collection: Greek myths * The Ghost of Doctor Harris [1900] * The Complete Short Stories of Nathaniel Hawthorne [1959] 72 stories * The Celestial Railroad and Other Stories [1963] story collection * The Elixer of Life Manuscripts [1977] omnibus edition equivalent of Volume 13 of the Collected Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne IMMORTALITY: Those who live forever, or try to * Young Goodman Brown and Other Short Stories [1992] story collection Some interesting commentary on Hawthorne as a Science Fiction author in H. Bruce Franklin {to be done} Laura Hayden: Member of Romance Writers of America; Laura Hayden's Home Page Theresa Nielsen Hayden: Editor; Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; see her blog "makinglight" e-mail Theresa Nielsen Hayden Sally Tyler Hayes: Member of Romance Writers of America; Sally Tyler Hayes's Home Page Melinda Rucker Haynes: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Melinda Rucker Haynes's Home Page E-mail Melinda Rucker Haynes Lee Hayward: Lee Hayward's Home Page Return to Romance Authors H Table of Contents Return to ROMANCE AUTHORS Table of Contents

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H.D.: pseudonym of Hilda Doolittle (1886-1961): Switzerland-resident US author, novelist, playwright, leader of the Imagist school of poetry * Helen in Egypt [1961] epic poetry, FEMINIST spin on Trojan War legends Kim Headlee: Member of Romance Writers of America; Kim Headlee's Home Page E-mail Kim Headlee Healing: in Fantasy, (1) the magical equivalent of high-tech biomedical technology; (2) more generally, see Eucatastrophe Lorraine Heath: Member of Romance Writers of America; Lorraine Heath's Home Page Heaven: where Jehovah lives, as recounted in the earliest Jewish writings (see ISRAEL and JEWISH SCIENCE FICTION) and by 2nd Century BC writings had been extended into the place that all good peoples' souls will go after the Last Judgment (see Apocalypse), also where the Angels live (see Angels), and a place slightly dull because the most interesting dead folks have gone to Hell (see Hell); central location (even if mostly offstage) in the subgenre of Christian Fantasy; see C. S. Lewis, Dante. See: THEOLOGY Christian Friedrich Hebbel: Listed here for "Gyges and His Ring" [1855]. In this verse drama, based on a story by Herodotus (which also influenced J.R.R. Tolkien), King Kandanles of Lydia is proud of the attractiveness of his wife, Queen Rhodope, as he is of his other possessions. The King invites young Gyges to view her unclothed beauty, since Gyges possesses a magic ring which renders him invisible in the bedchamber. he Queen, however, learns of the affront, demands of Gyges that King Kandanles die by his hand, after which he is to become her husband. He carries out the plot, but the Queen takes her own life after the marriage. The entire action is permeated by an overhwlming sense of conflict, and exhbits Hebbel's preoccupation with the complications of psychological motivations. Other Works: * Maria Magdalena [1846] * Herod and Marianne [1850] * The Nibelungs [1862] dramatic recasting of the old Germanic epic Christiane Heggan: Christiane Heggan's Home Page Florence Parry Heide (1919-): Children's fantasist (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.460) Merrilee Heifetz: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Vice President, Writers' House, Inc. Heinrich Heine: 2nd greatest German lyric poet, blood-relative of Your Humble Webmaster. More on this later... Hell: from the Norse "Hel" (a.k.a. Niflheim), a shadowy locale for the afterlife, similar to "Hades" (Greek myth) and "Sheol" (Hebrew myth); Zoroaster invented the universal place of punishment for all human souls (it was cryonically cold) and Jewish theologians (see "Apocalypse") adopted the concept, albeit thermodynamically reversed to the flaming "Gehenna." Early Christian and Mohammedan theologians followed suit, staffing Hell with "Satan" and his junta of fallen "Angels" cast out of "Heaven." See: THEOLOGY See also "Dante." See: * The History of Hell, Alice K. Turner [1993] Dee Henderson: Member of Romance Writers of America; Romance Novels: * The Marriage Wish [Steeple Hill, Feb 1998] ISBN: 0-373-87017-5 * God's Gift [Steeple Hill, Aug 1998] ISBN: 0-373-87035-3 * Danger in the Shadows [Multnomah, Sep 1999] ISBN: 1-57673-577-X Dee Henderson's Home Page E-mail Dee Henderson Zenna Henderson: The People Zenna Henderson: Index to at least 40 publications * The Anything Box [Doubleday, 1965; Avon] 14 stories * Holding Wonder [Doubleday, 1965; Avon] 20 stories * "The People" series: * Pilgrimage: The Book of the People [Doubleday, 1961; Avon] * The People: No Different Flesh [Doubleday, 1967; Avon] 6 stories Elysa Hendricks: Member of Romance Writers of America; also writes as Joye Ames, Joyce Lavene; Joye Ames's Home Page Romance Novels as Elyssa Henry: * A Family for the Sheriff [by Elyssa Henry] [Silhouette, February 1999] ISBN: 0-373-19353-X Romance Novels as Joye Ames: * If Not for You [by Joye Ames] [Avalon Books, April 1999] ISBN: 0-803-49343-6 * A Time for Love [by Joye Ames] [Avalon Books, June 1999] ISBN: 0-803-49353-3 * Only You [by Joye Ames] [Avalon Books, October 1999] ISBN: 0-8034-9372-X Romance Novels as Joyce Lavene: * Flowers in the Night [by Joyce and Jim Lavene] [Awe-Struck E-Books, November 1999] ISBN 1-928670-45-8 E-mail Joye Ames Lisa Hendrix: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Virginia Henley: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Elyssa Henry: Member of Romance Writers of America; website O. Henry, pseudonym of William S. Porter; great short story writer, often with Romance subplots Hera: Goddess Nancy Herkness: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Candice Hern: Member of Romance Writers of America; website HEROIC FANTASY: also known as "Swords & Sorcery" Rita Hestand: Romance Novels: * Pretend Mom [Denmark Publishing Corporation, June 2000] ISBN: 0-9679275-3-6 Short Romance Fiction: * "Going Backwards" in Millennial Milestones: A Celebration of Change [Diskus Publishing, 2000] ISBN: 1-58495-453-1 Rita Hestand's Home Page E-mail Rita Hestand Return to Romance Authors H Table of Contents Return to ROMANCE AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Brenda Hiatt: Member of Romance Writers of America; Brenda Hiatt's Home Page Donna Hill: Member of Romance Writers of America; Donna Hill's Home Page Kate Hill: E-mail Kate Hill Sandra Hill: Member of Romance Writers of America; Sandra Hill's Home Page Teresa Hill: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Tammy Hilz: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Metsy Hingle: Member of Romance Writers of America; Metsy Hingle's Home Page Vicki Hinze: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Martha Hix: Member of Romance Writers of America; Martha Hix's Home Page Willa Hix: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Return to Romance Authors H Table of Contents Return to ROMANCE AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Robin Hobb: pseudonym of Megan Lindholm for these books: * Assassin's Quest * Assassin's Apprentice * Royal Assassin Under her own name, Megan Lindholm is an excellent fantasist, with 7-9 books under the name Megan Lindholm, for whom I have the honor of having made her very first Nebula Award recommendation. Buckkeep: a good site to get all the details about her and her writing. e-mail Megan Lindholm Arlene Hodapp: Romance Novels: * ??? Arlene Hodapp's Home Page
E-mail Arlene Hodapp Barbara M. Hodges: Barbara M. Hodges's Home Page Anne Hodgson: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Kate Hoffmann: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Nina Kiriki Hoffman: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Nina Kiriki Hoffman Olof Hogberg: here for great Swedish historical novel "The Great Wrath" [1906] This pictures Norrland, the vast forest country between the Dale River in Sweden and the Finnish border, at the end of Sweden's period of greatness, the reign of Charles XI (ending 1697) and that of Charles XII (1718). It is a work of epic proportions, in which tales, legends, and myths abound, with supernatural powers represented by the mystical Gray Hunter of the Angerman country, who constantly intervenes in the destinies of people. The plot of the book is the essentially democratic struggle between the inherited pagan culture of the district and the civilization coming from the outh; or "between the great common people on one side and the officials and clergy on the other." Its central idea is wholly modern, and its interest far beyond the merely literary. Written by a thinker of lowly orgin who understood the peasant's mode of thought, the work reveals both the imagination of the poet and the insight of the scholar. Furthermore, the novel is a rich source for students of folklore, both local and variants of Norwegian and Russian traditions that travelled over the region. Ethnographic and cultural-historical, it describes the breaking up of an age-old society. The value of "The Great Wrath" is enhanced by its archaic style of unusual expressions and constructions which faithfully reproduce the bold, simple speech of the people and the elegant and pompous language of the officials. The novel is a masterpiece of a creative writer, and, along with Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings", the proper model for a sweeping work of cultures and magics in collision. Christine Holden: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Grant Holiday, pseudonym of Erle Stanley Gardner Cecilia Holland: * Floating Worlds [Knopf, 1976; Pocket] Arlene Holliday: Member of Romance Writers of America; also writes as Holly Harte; Romance Novels as Arlene Holliday: * Wild Texas Blossom [Zebra, Feb 1994] ISBN: 0-8217-4479-8 * His Wildest Fantasy [Zebra, Nov 1994] ISBN: 0-8217-4757-6 * Summer Wind [Zebra, July 1995] ISBN: 0-8217-4937-4 Romance Novels as Holly Harte: * Dancer's Angel [Zebra, Sep 1996] ISBN: 0-8217-5406-8 * Texas Silver [Zebra, July 1997] ISBN: 0-8217-5707-5 * Texas Jade [Zebra, July 1998] ISBN: 0-8217-5926-4 Short Romance Fiction as Holly Harte: * "The Christmas Portrait" in Deck the Halls [Zebra, Dec 1996] ISBN: 0-8217-5150-6 Holly Harte's Home Page E-mail Holly Harte Jen Holling: Member of Romance Writers of America; Romance Novels: * A Time for Dreams [Harper, Aug 1999] ISBN: 0-06-101407-9 * Once a Bride [Harper, May 2000] Jen Holling's Home Page E-mail Jen Holling Shannon Hollis: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Emma Holly: Emma Holly's Home Page Stef Ann Holm: Member of Romance Writers of America; Stef Ann Holm's Home Page Rachel E. Holman: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America an editor of Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine e-mail Rachel E. Holman Victoria Holt, pseudonym of Eleanor Alice Burford Hibbert (1906-?): British * 18 mystery/romance novels as Victoria Holt * 4 mystery/romance novels as Elbur Ford * 3 mystery/romance novels as Philippa Carr * 4 unrelated novels as Victoria Holt * 30 unrelated novels as Eleanor Burford * 70 historical novels as Jean Plaidy * 8 novels as Kathleen Kellow * 5 novels as Ellalice Tate * 10 unrelated novels as Philippa Carr * 6 other novels as Jean Plaidy Kay Hooper: About Kay Hooper Irene Islington Hopkins (1908-?): Academic romances with a surrealist/fantasy edge, especially "The Ambiguous Barbarian" (London: Blackwell, 1933) and "Hermione and the Halifax Horror" (London: Leslie Frewin, 1954) Elaine Hopper: Elaine Hopper's Home Page E-mail Elaine Hopper Frances Housden: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Robert E. Howard: master of the Heroic Fantasy genre Robert E. Howard Robert E. Howard @ AlphaRalpha Robert E. Howard: The Conan Home Page The Robert E. Howard Archive Mark's Conan The Barbarian Home Page * the "Conan" series: * Conan the Adventurer * Conan of Cimmeria * Conan the Freebooter * Conan the Usurper * Conan the Avenger * Conan the Wanderer * Conan the Warrior * Conan the Conqueror * Conan * others {to be done} * ROBERT E. HOWARD'S POETRY Carolyn Howard-Johnson: Carolyn Howard-Johnson's Home Page Return to Authors H Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Jan Hudson: Member of Romance Writers of America; website William Henry Hudson: William Henry Hudson's "Green Mansions" [1904] concerns itself chiefly with the story of Rima, a child of nature, who is discovered in her Guiana jungle solitude by Abel, a sophisticated Venezuelan vagabond from Caracas. She is unspoiled and wild, like the animals, a sort of female equivalent of Tarzan. She knows neither the evil nore guile common to all civilized humans. This gives her supernatural stature in the eyes of the worldly Abel, who falls passionately in love with her. Toward the end, Rima is burned to death by hostile and corrupt native tribesmen, whom, to protect her beloved birds and animals, she had driven from their hunting ground by preying upon their superstitious fears. Abel's dream bursts like a soap bubble. The book's qualities are of a striking and original sort. It has enchantment; its pages are haunted by an unearthly perception of beauty and a wonderment that stirs the imagination. "Green Mansions" is the work of a great naturalist and a poet in prose. In Kensington Garden, London, there is a statue of Rima, by the sculptor Jacob Epstein, erected as a memorial to William Henry Hudson. Janis Reams Hudson: Member of Romance Writers of America; Janis Reams Hudson's Home Page Linda Hudson-Smith: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Charlotte Hughes: Member of Romance Writers of America; Charlotte Hughes's Home Page Angela Elwell Hunt: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Donna Hunt: Member of Romance Writers of America; website Madeline Hunter: Member of Romance Writers of America; Madeline Hunter's Home Page Aldous Huxley, famous British author, best known for "Brave New World" Karin Huxman: Karin Huxman's Home Page E-mail Karin Huxman Return to Authors H Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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