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Karen Joy Fowler

Fiction

Interviewed by: Angela Elam

Catalog Number: 20070119, 20060111

The author of four novels, several collections of short fiction and winner of the 2004 Nebula Award, Karen Joy Fowler was primarily known as a sci-fi/fantasy writer until the publication of her novel, The Jane Austen Book Club, which became a New York Times bestseller. She reads from this book and talks about the challenges and differences of writing for fantasy and literary readers. 

| Subject Matter: Sci-fi, Fantasy, Literary Readers | Interview Year: 2005 | Genre: Fiction | Awards: 2004 Nebula Award |

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