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Sherwood Smith

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Nationality  United States
Name  Sherwood Smith
Role  Fiction writer

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Occupation  author, retired teacher
Genre  fantasy, science fiction, historical romance
Nominations  Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Children's Literature, Nebula Award for Best Short Story
Books  Crown Duel, Inda, A Posse of Princesses, Wren to the Rescue, A Stranger to Command
Similar People  Andre Norton, James D Macdonald, Doranna Durgin, Ursula K Le Guin, Tanith Lee

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Sherwood Smith (born 1951) is an American fantasy and science fiction writer for young adults as well as adults. Smith is a Nebula Award finalist and a longtime writing group organizer and participant.

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Smith's works include the YA novel Crown Duel. Smith also collaborated with Dave Trowbridge in writing the Exordium series and with Andre Norton in writing two of the books in the Solar Queen universe.

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In 2001, her short story "Mom and Dad at the Home Front" was a finalist for the Nebula Award for Best Short Story. Smith's children's books have made it on many library Best Books lists. Her Wren's War was an Anne Spencer Lindbergh Honor Book, and it and The Spy Princess were Mythopoeic Fantasy Award finalists. She is the current Royal Historian of Oz.

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Biography

Sherwood Smith was born in 1951. On her website, Smith describes herself as a middle-aged woman who has been married for over thirty years. Besides writing, she taught part-time at a K-8 school. She has "two kids, rescue dogs, and a house full of books."

Smith began making books out of taped paper towels when she was five years old. When she was 8, she started writing about another world, Sartorias-deles, though she soon switched to making comic books of her stories, which she found to be easier. Although she first tried to send out her novels when she was 13, nothing sold. However, some of the novels Smith first wrote as a teen, including Wren to the Rescue, were sold after she learned to rewrite.

In the years it took her to learn to rewrite, Smith "went to college, lived in Europe, came back to get [her] masters in History, worked in Hollywood, got married, started a family and became a teacher." In 2010 she became a member of Book View Cafe.

Smith currently resides in California.

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Sherwood Smith Wikipedia


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