|Title:||Roger Zelazny papers|
|Size:||11 boxes (7 linear feet)|
|Abstract:||The collection contains materials that cover Roger Zelazny's working period from approximately 1970-1976. Included are manuscripts of his books, stories and articles; correspondence with his literary agent, Henry Morrison; correspondence with publishers and science fiction writers; and correspondence with fans. Manuscripts of assorted other writings as well as some of his publications also are part of the collection.|
|Citation:||Roger Zelazny Papers, Science Fiction LIterary Manuscripts, Collection 174, Special Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD).|
Roger Joseph Zelazny (1937-1995) was a poet as well as a science fiction and fantasy author from Ohio. He won numerous awards for his writing, and is best known for "The Chronicles of Amber."
Organized into three series: Series I. Manuscripts. Series II. Correspondence. Series III. Miscellaneous Zelazny writings.
Includes MSS-0873 to MSS-0896. Accession information unknown.
Manuscripts were housed in acid-free folders and box as part of the Rosenfeld Manuscripts collection. Previously assigned Ms. Coll #22.
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Zelazny, Roger -- Correspondence
Zelazny, Roger -- Archives
Science fiction, American -- 20th century
Morrison, Henry -- Correspondence