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Pen name  M. Rickert
Role  Writer
Name  M. Rickert
Nationality  American
Occupation  Writer

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Born  December 11, 1959 (age 56) Port Washington, Wisconsin, USA (1959-12-11)
Genre  Science fiction, fantasy
Education  Vermont College of Fine Arts
Awards  World Fantasy Award for Best Short Story, World Fantasy Award for Best Collection, Crawford Award
Nominations  Nebula Award for Best Novella
Books  The Memory Garden, Map of Dreams, Corpse Painter's Masterpie, Holiday, The Mothers of Voorhisville

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Mary Rickert, known as M. Rickert (born December 11, 1959 in Port Washington, Wisconsin), is an American writer of fantasy fiction. Many of her stories have been published in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Her first collection, Map of Dreams, was published by Golden Gryphon Press in 2006; her second collection, Holiday, appeared in 2010 from the same publisher. She lives in Wisconsin.


Rickert's fiction has won or been nominated for several major awards. "Journey into the Kingdom" was nominated for the 2006 Nebula Award for Best Novelette and an International Horror Guild Award, and won the 2007 World Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction. Map of Dreams won the 2007 World Fantasy Award for Best Collection and the 2007 Crawford Award, and the collection's title story was nominated for the 2007 World Fantasy Award for Best Novella. On November 10, 2015, Small Beer Press will publish Rickert's third collection, You Have Never Been Here, containing selected stories from her first two collections, as well as three new stories, one of them a novella.


  • 2007 World Fantasy Award for Best Short Story for Journey into the Kingdom
  • 2007 World Fantasy Award for Best Collection for Map of Dreams
  • 2007 Crawford Award for Map of Dreams
  • References

    M. Rickert Wikipedia

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