AUTHORS: U




Return to ROMANCE Authors Table of Contents
Romance SUBGENRES
Romance Dictionary of Definitions
ROMANCE Table of Contents
Ultimate Science Fiction Web Guide
Ultimate Mystery/Detective Web Guide
Ultimate Westerns Web Guide

ROMANCE AUTHORS: U

Links: 41; Pseudonyms and Notes without Links: 78, total: 119 names/links plus 70 non-author encyclopedia entries Updated 4 September 2003 over 31 Kilobytes of text, may load slowly
Copyright 2003 by Magic Dragon Multimedia.
All rights reserved Worldwide. May not be reproduced without permission.
May be posted electronically provided that it is transmitted unaltered, in its entirety, and without charge.
Authors Beginning "U." Through "Ub" Authors Beginning "Uc" Authors Beginning "Ud" Authors Beginning "Ue" Through "Ui" Authors Beginning "Uj" Authors Beginning "Uk" Authors Beginning "Ul" Authors Beginning "Um" Authors Beginning "Un" Authors Beginning "Uo" Authors Beginning "Up" Authors Beginning "Uq" Authors Beginning "Ur" Authors Beginning "Us" Authors Beginning "Ut" Authors Beginning "Uu" Authors Beginning "Uv" Authors Beginning "Uw", "Ux", "Uy", "Uz"

Romance Authors Beginning "U." Through "Ub"

U and Non-U: concept created by Professor A.S.C. Ross in 1954, as described in: * "Linguistic class indicators in present-day English" and popularized by: * Nancy Mitford [Encounter, September 1955] as a partly facetious means of telling whether a speaker in "U" (Upper Class) or "Non-U" (Middle or Lower Class) based on certain snobbish versus popular words and phrases Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Uc"

{none that I know so far...} Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Ud"

{none that I know so far...} Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Romance Authors Beginning "Ue" Through "Ui"

Jennifer Uglow: Locus/Contento Lists: Nonfiction: * "Editor's note" [introduction] [Shaking a Leg: Journalism and Writings, Angela Carter, Chatto & Windus, 1997] * "Introduction " [introduction] [The Virago Book of Ghost Stories, ed. Richard Dalby, Virago, 1987; The Virago Book of Victorian Ghost Stories, ed. Richard Dalby, Virago, 1988] Ugly Duckling: (1) Hans Christian Andersen's story of the unattractive misfit in a duck family who endured social disasters and personal rejection, yet gre to be a lovely and well-adjusted Swan; (2) by extension, any underachieving youngster who grows into an attractive and/or succesful adult; see: BAMBI'S CHILDREN: animals who speak, think, or act human Rochelle M. Uhlenkott: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Short Fiction: * "The Gift" [Sword And Sorceress XI, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1994] e-mail Rochelle M. Uhlenkott Esther Uhrman (1921-): Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "Mitras the Second," [Pittsburgh, PA: Dorrance Publishing, 1988; Mitras the Second, Dorrance, 1988] Uisnech: see Usnech Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Romance Authors Beginning "Uj"

{none that I know so far...} Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Romance Authors Beginning "Uk"

{none that I know so far...} Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Ul"

Ulema: [Arabic: plural of "alim" = a wise man] in Islamic nations, the educated classes, able to read, interpret, and explain the Koran and derived laws; comprising: * Mullahs: religious dignitaries educated in sacred law; term of respect; * Muftis: (1) official civil (nonmilitary) interpreters of Islamic law; (2) English term for unofficial civil Arabic clothing * Imams: [Arabic: "leaders"]: (1) heads of Islamic communities; (2) those who lead Mosque prayers (Lesser Imams); (3) honorary title; (4) Yemenite ruler * Cadis Sabine R. Ulibarra: Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "Witches or Tomfooleries?" [Tierra: Contemporary Short Fiction of New Mexico, ed. Rudolfo A. Anaya, Cinco Puntos Press: El Paso, TX, 1989] Peter Ullian: Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "Owen's Blood" [Cemetery Dance, Spring 1997] Carol I. Ullman: Locus/Contento Lists: Poetry: * "Millennium" [Pirate Writings, no.15, 1997] * "Star Song" [Pirate Writings, no.15, 1997] Christian Ulm: Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "My Dinner with Buck" [Harvest Tales & Midnight Revels, ed. Michael Mayhew, Bald Mountain Books, 1998] J.H. Ulowetz: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America no known home page Short Fiction: * "An End to Darkness" [Analog, Mar 1991] * "Journey" [Amazing Stories, July 1992] * "Must Be the Heat" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Summer 1993]
e-mail J.H. Ulowetz Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "Manor" [1990; Embracing the Dark, ed. Eric Garber, Alyson, 1991] translated by Hubert Kennedy J. Rogers Ullrich: ISFDB lists: Short Fiction: * "The Moon Strollers" [Amazing Stories, May 1929] Ultima Thule: see "Thule" see: LOST LANDS Ultimus Romanorum: the last of the Romans Ultor: [Latin: the Avenger]: title granted to the war-god Mars when Augustus smashed at Philippi the faction that had assassinated Julius Caesar, and Augustus built a termple to him in the Roman Forum see: Greek/Roman Pantheon Jason Patrick Ulven: ISFDB lists: Short Fiction: * "Life Underground" [After Hours,ed. William G. Raley, Spring 1991] Ulysses, a.k.a. Odysseus: [Greek: "the Hater"] mythical King of Ithica, leading war-lord of the Greeks in the "Iliad" by Homer, and then the protagonist of "The Odyssey" by Homer; Virgil adds that he invented the Wooden Horse stratgem by which Troy was conquered; the personification of wily intelligence, inventive battle-planning, kingly eloquence, abiding love for family and homeland; see: Homer see: Iliad see: Odyssey see: Virgil see: Horse see: Telegonus see: Telemachus see: Penelope see: Argus see: Greek/Roman Pantheon Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Um"

Carol Umberger: Historical Romance Novels ["Scottish Crown" series]: * The Mark of Salvation [Sep 2003] * The Price of Freedom [Sep 2002] * The Price of Freedom [May 2003] Umlaut: term coined by the Philologist Grimm, for a mutation of sound in various Germanic languages when one vowel affects a later vowel (which later vowel can be shown in print or else replaced by a diacritical mark of two dots above the first and sole surviving printed vowel) Herman Daniel Umbstaetter (26 Feb 1851-25 Nov 1913) American editor/publisher, who made a fortune and lost it by age 40, then made it again with "The Black Cat" magazine, which had some Fantasy and weird stories (Oct 1895-1912). He helped establish the career of Jack London. One anthology: * Red-Hot Dollar and Other Stories from "The Black Cat" [Boston: L.C. Page, 1911] Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Romance Authors Beginning "Un"

Rhoda Bell Unanaowo: Romance Novels: * {to be done} Rhoda Bell Unanaowo's Home Page E-mail Rhoda Bell Unanaowo Uncials: [Latin: "Uncia" = 1/12, because they were roughly 12 to an foot, i.e. an inch high]: magiscule (large) scripts used in 4th-to-8th-Century manuscripts; there were similarly half-uncials about a half-inch tall Uncle Remus: narrator invented by Joel Chandler Harris (1848-1908) for tales of Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox: * Uncle Remus, his Songs and Sayings [1880] * Nights with Uncle Remus [1883] a somewhat more Politically Correct adaptation appears in the Disney film "Song of the South" Unco: Scottish, derived from "uncouth": (1) unknowm extraordinary, weird, strange, unusual; (2) very, as in "unco glad", "unco guid" [too good by half, self-consciously saintly] Unconscious: psychological term emphasized by Freud for those "primary" mental processes of lust, hatred, fear, which a person cannot by definition be consciously aware, as opposed to Conscious "secondary" mental processes including all rational, logical, civilized thought. Note that much Romance fiction depends on the conflict between conscious and unconscious mental processes: I "I know he's the wrong man for me, but my heart feels otherwise..." Evelyn Underhill (1875-1941): British mystic/author. Novels: * The Grey World [UK: 1904; as "The Gray World", USA: 1904] reincarnation * The Lost World [UK: 1907] magic * The Column of Dust [UK: 1909] magic Nonfiction About Mysticism: * Mysticism [UK: 1904] * The Mystic Way [UK: 1913] * Practical Mysticism [UK: 1914] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martins Press, 1997, p.973) Pat Underhill: ISFDB lists: Short Fiction: * "The Money Machine" [Analog, Sep 1976] Short Nonfiction: * "Mathematician" [Astounding Science Fiction, June 1944] Laura J. Underwood: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America no known home page, below based on ISFDB, Locus/Contento, other sources; Short Fiction: * "Sword Singer" [Sword and Sorceress V, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1988] * "Harper's Moon" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Winter 1991] * "Tangled Webs" [Sword And Sorceress IX, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1992] * "Dream Catcher" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Fall 1993] * "The Black Tower" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Winter 1993] * "Mist" [Sword And Sorceress XI, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1994] * "The Demon's Lamentation" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Winter 1994] * "Wormwood" [Sword And Sorceress XII, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1995] * "The Satyr's Song" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Winter 1995] * "The Green Hag's Barrow" [Adventures of Sword & Sorcery, no.3, 1996] * "The Whisht Hound's Bone" [Sword and Sorceress XIII, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1996] * "The Bargain" [Sword and Sorceress XIV, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1997] * "The Oak King's Wrath" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Spring 1997] * "The Piper's Tale" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Summer 1998] * "Earth's Song" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Worlds, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley and Rachel E. Holman, Marion Zimmer Bradley Literary Works Trust, 1998] * "His Heart of Stone" [Sword and Sorceress XV, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1998] * "A Little Knight Music" [Adventures of Sword & Sorcery, no.5, 1998] Tim Underwood, full name Tim Edward Underwood (1948-): Winner 1994 World Fantasy Award Nonfiction Books: * Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King [co-author Chuck Miller] [1986] Anthologies Edited: * Writers of the 21st Century: Jack Vance [Taplinger, 1980] (coeditor Chuck Miller) ISBN 0-8008-4295-2, $5.95 Short Nonfiction: * "Introduction to Writers of the 21st Century: Jack Vance" * "A Talk with Jack Vance" [Light from a Lone Star, NESFA, 1985] interview References" * "Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King, Tim Underwood & Chuck Miller" by Dan Chow" [Locus, vol.19:4, No.303, Apr 1986] book review * "Spotlight on Publishing: Underwood & Miller" by Bob Morrish, [Cemetery Dance, Winter 1992] interview Undine: (1) one of Paracelsus' elemental spirits, namely the spirit of Water; soul-less, until she married a man and bore him a son or daughter; (2) Friedrich de la Motte Fouque's story "Undine" [1811]; see: "Sylph" see: "Paracelsus" see: "elemental" Grail Undwin: pseudonym of Lin Carter (1930-1988) [according to Locus/Contento] * "Rhian and Garanhir" [The Year's Best Fantasy Stories #5, ed. Lin Carter, DAW, 1980; Faery!, ed. Terri Windling, Ace, 1985] Julius Unger (1911-2 Jan 1963) American book dealer/fan, prominent in science fiction book and magazine dealing in New York before World War II, and then publisher of the fanzine "Fantasy Fiction Field" in the 1940s and again in 1962-? Sigrid Undset: Historical Romance Novels: * The Ax * The Bridal Wreath * The Cross * In the Wilderness * The Mistress of Husaby * The Snake Pit * The Son Avenger Unicorn: heraldic and mythical animal; the unicorn, as described by Ctesias (400 B.C.) in his Greek history of Asian kingdoms, and elaborated upon ever since, is the very archetype of magic -- unseen by almost all, unapproachable except by those pure of heart. On the merry-go-rounds of my youth, I let others ride the horses; I always clambered onto the unicorn, and have been riding him ever since. In legend, the Unicorn is deadly -- like the narwhal whose tusk, and the rhinoceros, whose horn, may have led credulous middle-ages folk to believe -- and yet the horn has magical healing abilities. see: UNICORNS IN THE GARDEN for biblical quotations about unicorns, and an entire sub-genre of fantasy literature see: [Spenser's Fairie Queene, II, v, 10], about the allegorical conflict between Lion and Unicorn, representing the former hostilities between, respectively, England and Scotland Mair Unsworth: Regency Romance Novels: * The Bride of Pontravon [Feb 1980] * Came a Stranger * Daughter of My House * Home to My Love * House of Shadows * The Sicilian Inheritance * The White Hart of Penlinton * Wild Winds Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Romance Authors Beginning "Uo"

{none that I know so far...} Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Up"

Caroline Upcher: Contemporary Romance Novels: * Grace & Favor [1998] Other Romance Novels: * Falling for Mr. Wrong [Nov 2002] * The Visitor's Book [Jan 2002] * Within a Whisper [Sep 2001] Upanishads: [Sanskrit: "a sitting down at a teacher's feet"] portion of the most ancient philosophical, metaphysical, religious, and fantastic literature of Hindu culture; a vast assortment of books about the nature of the human, the nature of the cosmos, and the place of the human in that universe; collectively, as a tremndous Hypertext, the are the Vedanta, or final part of the Veda, and consist of esoteric doctrine recorded circa 500 B.C. see: Hindu Pantheon Boyd Bradfield Upchurch (3 Oct 1919-) American photoengravings salesman/author with science fiction novels published under the pseudonym "John Boyd." Now married to a school principal in the Huntington Beach region of Southern California. Best known for the novel "The Last Starship From Earth" [New York: Weybright & Talley, 1968] about a mathematican who turns poet to impress a woman, which was of great interest to me as a mathematician-poet... John [Hoyer] Updike (18 Mar 1932-) distinguished and prolific American novelist/essayist/short-story-author/critic. Romance subplots abound, but are not the primary emphasis. Helen Upshall: Contemporary Romance Novels: * Surgeon, RN Helen Upshaw: Romantic Suspense Novels: * The Return of Jennifer Allen Upward (1863-1926): Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "The Story of the Green House, Wallington" [The Royal Magazine, Christmas 1905; The Mammoth Book of Victorian and Edwardian Ghost Stories, ed. Richard Dalby, Robinson, 1995] Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Romance Authors Beginning "Uq"

{none that I know so far...} Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Romance Authors Beginning "Ur"

Urania: [Greek: "celestial, heavenly]: (1) the Muse of Astronomy and/or Astrology, usually depicted with a staff which points to a celestial sphere; (2) an epithet of Venus (Aphrodite); (3) John Milton calls her the "heavenly born" sister of Wisdom, the personification of the highest spirit of Poetry ["Paradise Lost", VII, 1-39]; see: Greek/Roman Pantheon see: links to all 9 Muses in Euterpe Opera Theatre Uranus: (1) the planet discovered by Herschel in 1781; Your Humble Webmaster served as Mission Planning Engineer on JPL/NASA Voyage 2's flyby of this astonishing planet, especially involved in imaging the smallest of the 5 then-known moons of Uranus, Miranda; (2) Greek mythic personification of Heaven, husband/son of Gaea (Earth), father of the Titans and the Cyclops; see: Greek/Roman Pantheon see: Miranda Paul Urayama: Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "Living in a Stranger" [Analog, Oct 1998] Helen Urban (Helen M. Urban): ISFDB lists: Short Fiction: * "The Finer Breed" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Mar 1956] * "The Glory of Ippling" [Galaxy, Dec 1962] Locus/Contento adds: * "The Cat and the Canaries" [Fantastic Universe, Feb 1957; Ackermanthology, ed. Forrest J Ackerman, General Publishing Group, 1997] John Urbancik IIII: Member of Horror Writers of America John Urbancik IIII Francois Urban-Menninger: (1953-): Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "The Building Manager" [Different Realities, no.1, 1997; "La Concierge" in original French] translated by Joe F. Randolph Reference: * "Francoise Urban-Menninger" [Different Realities, no.1, 1997] biographical sketch Richard Urdiales: Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "The Gas Man" [L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future vol.4, ed. Algis Budrys, Bridge Publications, 1988] Urdu: [from "urdu zaban" = the camp language] Islamic form of the Hindustani language, used by Mohammedans and the subjects they historically conquered Jean Ure: ISFDB lists: Novels: * The Girl in the Blue Tunic [Scholastic UK, 1997] ISBN 0-590-54228-1, 4.99 Jan Urestsky (Jan Uretsky?): SF Artist Mary Urhausen, also writes as Mary K. Urhausen: Locus/Contento says that she writes books under pseudonym "Karen Ripley" ISFDB lists: Short Fiction: * "In Another Land" [Worlds of If, Aug 1968] Uriah: (1) Biblical character [II Samuel, xi, 15], specifically: "Letter of Uriah": a letter pretending friendship, but really de facto a death warrant, as with the letter carried by Shakespeare's pair in "Hamlet" -- Rosenkranz and Guildenstern; (2) Uriah Heep: treacherous character in Dickens Kevin Urick (1952-): Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "The Sixteen Year Feud" [Into the Darkness, no.5, 1996] Uriel: (1) one of the 7 Archangels [II Esdras iv] in rabbinical lore; (2) "Regent of the Sun... sharpest-sighted spirit of all in heaven" [Milton's "Paradise Lost", III, 690]; see: Angels see: "Archangel" see: Heaven see: Jewish/Hebrew Henry Uriel, pseudonym for Frederick Faust Urim and Thummim: mysterious items used in ancient Hebrew divination to determine the Will of the Lord [Exodus, xxviii, 30]; [Deuteronomy, xxxiii, 8]; [I Samuel xxviii, 6]; [Ezra ii, 63]; which drop from Hebrew lore after the era of David; see: "Divination" see: Jewish/Hebrew Fred Urquhart, full name Frederick Burrows Urquhart (1912-): Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "Lillie Langtry's Silver Cup" [The Fourth Book of After Midnight Stories, ed. Amy Myers, London: Kimber, 1988] * "The Saracen's Stick" [The Twilight Book, ed. James Hale, London: Gollancz, 1981; Haunted Travellers, ed. Denys Val Baker, London: William Kimber, 1985] * "Swing High, Willie Brodie" [The Third Book of After Midnight Stories, ed. Amy Myers, London: Kimber, 1987] Nonfiction: * "Introduction" [Creepy Stories, ed. Anon., Bracken Books, 1994] Benjamin Urrutia: ISFDB lists: Anthologies Edited: * LDSF-2: Latter-Day Science Fiction [Parables, 1985] Geoffrey Ursell: ISFDB lists: Short Fiction: * "Greenhouse" [Ark of Ice: Canadian Futurefiction, ed. Lesley Choyce, Canada: Pottersfield Press, 1992] ISBN 0-019001-73-4, $14.95 Patrick Urth: Australia: Nominated for 1987 Ditmar Award for Best Novel * Oasis [Aphelion, Summer 1985, Spring, Fall, Winter 1986] serialized Steve Urwin: ISFDB and Locus/Contento, when combined, list: Short Fiction: * "A Man's Best Friend" [Premonitions, no.4, 1995] Poetry: * "Tightrope Walker" [The Third Alternative, no.4, ed. Andy Cox, Autumn 1994] * "Drought" [The Third Alternative, no.9, Winter 1995] * "Aftermath" [Premonitions, no.2, 1993] * "Another Wound" [Premonitions, no.4, 1995] * "Dead City; Broken Streets" [Premonitions, no.4, 1995] * "My God" [Premonitions, no.4, 1995] * "Oblivious" [Premonitions, no.2, 1993] * "The Picture" [Works, no.10, 1995] * "Untitled Fragments" [Premonitions, no.4, 1995] Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Romance Authors Beginning "Us"

Usher: [French: "huissier" = doorkeeper]: (1) literal doorkeeper; (2) assistant at movie theatres at the portals and showing patrons to and from seats; (3) Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod: hereditary English official; (4) Usher of the Green Rod: officer attending Knights of the Thistle; (5) Poe's "The Fall of the House of Usher" Margo Seesse Usher, pseudonym for Georgess McHargue Shaun Usher (1937-): Locus/Contento says that he writes under the pseudonym "Jeffry Scott" Usnech, a.k.a. Uisnech: the Sons of Usnech (or Uisnech) were Naoise (or Noisi), Ainle, and Ardan; Deirdre (daughter of the King of Ulster's storyteller) was prophesied to bring destruction to Ireland, and she fell in love with Naoise, escaped to Scotland, was lured home by King Conchobar (who had raised her to be his bride) who murdered the three men, and she killed herself, perhaps after a year of dysfunctional marriage with Conchobar; see: the play "Deirdre" by W. B. Yeats; see: the play "Deirdre of the Sorrows" by J.M. Synge see: Celtic Myth Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Romance Authors Beginning "Ut"

Daisy Utemorrah: Locus/Contento Lists: Poetry: * "Our Mother Land" [Do Not Go Around the Edges, Magabala Books, 1990; She's Fantastical, ed. Lucy Sussex and Judith Raphael Buckrich, Sybylla Feminist Press, 1995] Utgard: where the giants lived, and Utgard-Loki had his castle see: Scandanavian Pantheon Uther: father of King Arthur see: Pendragon Steven Utley (1948-): Books: * Martyr [Curtis, 1971] * Ghost Seas [Ticonderoga Publications, 1997] ISBN 0-9586856-1-4, $A16.95 * Lone Star Universe [ed. Steven Utley, Geo W. Proctor, Heidelberg, 1976] anthology Steven Utley
Utnapishtim: Babylonian equivalent of Noah; the tale of Noah's Ark almost certainly derived from the story of Utnapishtim as recounted in the epic of Gilgamesh; see: Noah see: Gilgamesh see: Jewish/Hebrew Myth see: those miscellaneous other Mythologies UTOPIA: Fictional and Nonfictional glimpses of an ideal future Virgil Utter, full name Virgil Starbuck Utter, Jr. (1925-): Locus/Contento Lists: Books: * {to be done} Nonfiction: * "Afterword" [Prince Raynor, Henry Kuttner, Gryphon, 1987] * "Introduction" [Kuttner Times Three, Henry Kuttner, Virgil Utter, 1988] William Utterson: Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "Alva Boyle" [Would Could Should, ed. Fraser Derrickson, A.S.F.A.E. Society, 1988] Alison Uttley, pseudonym of Alice Jane Uttley (1884-1976): British children's fantasist with B.Sc. in Physics (1909): * The Squirrel, The Hare and the Little Grey Rabbit [1929] * 30+ sequels to "Little Grey Rabbit" * A Traveller in Time [1939] modern girl travels back in time and observes a plot to murder Mary Queen of Scots * The Stuff of Dreams [1953] autobiography (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martins Press, 1997, p.977) Locus/Contento Lists: Short Fiction: * "The Wee Ghostie" [The Little Knife Who Did All The Work, Faber, 1962; Dread and Delight, ed. Philippa Pearce, Oxford University Press, 1995] * "The Woodcutter's Daughter" [The Faber Book of Modern Fairy Tales, ed. Sara & Stephen Corrin, London: Faber & Faber, 1985; Faery!, ed. Terri Windling, Ace, 1985] Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Romance Authors Beginning "Uu"

{none that I know so far...} Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Romance Authors Beginning "Uv"

{none that I know so far...} Return to Romance Authors U Table of Contents

Romance Authors Beginning "Uw" to "Uz"

Uzziel: [Hebrew: "Strength of God"]: a principle angel in rabbinical lore; second-in-command to Gabriel; see: Milton's ["Paradise Lost", IV, 782] see: Angels see: "Archangel" see: Heaven see: Jewish/Hebrew

Return to ROMANCE AUTHORS Table of Contents


Compiled by Magic Dragon Multimedia

Ultimate Science Fiction Web Guide Ultimate Mystery/Detective Web Guide


Ultimate Westerns Web Guide
Copyright 2003 by Magic Dragon Multimedia.
All rights reserved Worldwide. May not be reproduced without permission.
May be posted electronically provided that it is transmitted unaltered, in its entirety, and without charge.