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Transgender author of science fiction and comic books.  Noted for her run of issues 64–87 (1993-1995) on the comic book Doom Patrol, on DC Comics' Vertigo imprint, among others.  Books include 'Unquenchable Fire' (won the 1989 Arthur C. Clarke Award); 'Godmother Night' (won the 1997 World Fantasy Award); 'Temporary Agency' (won the 1995 Nebual Award); and 'The Beatrix Gates' (2019).  She has written a series of books about Tarot cards known around the world, and a book of poetry 'Fortune's Lover'.
 
Transgender author of science fiction and comic books.  Noted for her run of issues 64–87 (1993-1995) on the comic book Doom Patrol, on DC Comics' Vertigo imprint, among others.  Books include 'Unquenchable Fire' (won the 1989 Arthur C. Clarke Award); 'Godmother Night' (won the 1997 World Fantasy Award); 'Temporary Agency' (won the 1995 Nebual Award); and 'The Beatrix Gates' (2019).  She has written a series of books about Tarot cards known around the world, and a book of poetry 'Fortune's Lover'.
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==See Also==
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* [[LGBTQ Science Fiction Writers]]
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* [[LGBTQ Writers and Illustrators of Comic Books]]
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* [[Notable Transgender Writers]]
  
 
==Further Reading/Research==
 
==Further Reading/Research==

Latest revision as of 21:15, 19 September 2021

Rachel Pollack

Country

United States

Birth - Death

1945 -

Occupation

Writer

Description

Transgender author of science fiction and comic books. Noted for her run of issues 64–87 (1993-1995) on the comic book Doom Patrol, on DC Comics' Vertigo imprint, among others. Books include 'Unquenchable Fire' (won the 1989 Arthur C. Clarke Award); 'Godmother Night' (won the 1997 World Fantasy Award); 'Temporary Agency' (won the 1995 Nebual Award); and 'The Beatrix Gates' (2019). She has written a series of books about Tarot cards known around the world, and a book of poetry 'Fortune's Lover'.

See Also

Further Reading/Research


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