R.I.P. Writer Tanith Lee

RIP Tanith Lee

Lee was the author of over 90 books and 300 short stories, as well as four BBC Radio plays, and two highly-regarded episodes of the BBC’s SF series Blake’s 7 (Sand and Sarcophagus). She was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the World Fantasy Convention in Brighton in 2013 and the Horror Writers Lifetime Achievement Award this year, which joined her British Fantasy Award from 1980 for Death’s Master, and her World Fantasy Award for her short story “The Gorgon”.

Rest in peace.

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One response to “R.I.P. Writer Tanith Lee

  1. Eric

    I received Death’s Master as a gift sometime around its release. A wonderful Author.

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