Gateway Essentials: Judith Moffett

3 October 2016

Judith Moffett began her career writing poetry before turning to SF with an ape-as-human tale, ‘Surviving’, for The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in June 1986. She gained immediate attention by winning the first Theodore Sturgeon Award in 1987 and her reputation was further enhanced with the publication of her first novel, Pennterra, in the same year. The following year she received the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer.

The Ragged World

We recommend Gateway Essentials title, The Ragged World, as the perfect entry point to Judith Moffett’s work. The Ragged World is book one of the Holy Ground trilogy; book two is Time, Like an Ever-Rolling Stream, and book three is The Bird Shaman.

You can find these and more of Judith Moffett’s work via her Author page on the Gateway website, and read about her in her entry in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction.

About Darren Nash

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