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Karen Anderson



Karen Kruse Anderson was the widow and sometime co-author of Poul Anderson, and mother-in-law of writer Greg Bear. She wrote the first published science fiction haiku (or scifaiku), "Six Haiku" in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, in July 1962, and is one of the founders of the Society for Creative Anachronism. She was invested as a member of the Baker Street Irregulars, and was active both in Sherlockian groups and in the Los Angeles Science-Fantasy Society. She died in 2018, aged 85.
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Dahut

Poul Anderson, Karen Anderson
Authors:
Poul Anderson, Karen Anderson
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The Dog and the Wolf

Poul Anderson, Karen Anderson
Authors:
Poul Anderson, Karen Anderson

Ys has fallen, murdered by her god in an act of senile vengeance. Now Gratillonius, once King of Ys, must strive to save a remnant of his people from utter destruction - then use them to rescue civilisation itself, as the light that once was Rome flickers out and barbarian night descends upon the world.In the process, he will give rise to a legend that will ring down the corridors of time . . .

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Gallicenae

Poul Anderson, Karen Anderson
Authors:
Poul Anderson, Karen Anderson

Set in the misty time between the fall of the Roman Empire and the rise of our own age, The King of Ys chronicles the coming of Gratillonius, the Roman prefect who became a king.Gallicenae continues that story to tell of Gratillonius' nine queens and penetrate to the very heart of the legend of the King of Ys . . .

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Roma Mater

Poul Anderson, Karen Anderson
Authors:
Poul Anderson, Karen Anderson

Before there was an England, there was Roma Mater . . .Before King Arthur, there was the King of Ys . . .In the wild and eldritch time between the fall of Rome and the rise of our own age, the kingdom of Ys was ruled by the magic of The Nine and the might of the king, their husband. How the Nine conspired with their gods to bring him to them, though he belonged to Mithras and to Rome, is only the beginning of an enchanted saga that weaves together Celtic myth with distant memories of Roman Britain - and adds a magic of its own.