Award-winning fantasy novelist Anne McCaffrey dies

Fantasy novelist Anne McCaffrey has died at the age of 85.This afternoon, GalleyCat confirmed this sad news of her death with Random.

McCaffrey who was born in Massachusetts, lived about half of her life in the United States. She initially pursued a ballet dancer or a singer to be, but she found her vocation in writing.

McCaffrey began his career with restored in 1967. She continued to earn his own supporters for their beloved series, Dragon Riders of Pern. On its website, newsletters McCaffrey loyal fans responded in November. This GalleyCat editor will never forget reading his books as a kid college.

McCaffrey turned to the male-dominated world of writing science fiction, after the entry into amateur singing and comedy. It was the first woman to head with two awards for science fiction to write, to win the Hugo and Nebula in 1968 and 1969 respectively, after the release of his first two novels in the fictional world of Pern only.

In the past decade she and her son, Todd, had worked on Pern series, most recently this summer, the time of the Dragon.

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