About Sheri Stewart Tepper
Sheri Stewart Tepper (born July 16, 1929) is an American author of science fiction, horror and mystery novels; she is particularly known as a feminist science fiction writer, often with an ecofeminist slant.
Born near Littleton, Colorado, for most of her career (1962–1986) she worked for Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood, where she eventually became Executive Director. She has two children and is married to Gene Tepper. She currently operates a guest ranch in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
- Series: Plague of angels:
- A Plague of Angels (Bantam, 1993)
- The Water Rising (Eos, released August 31, 2010)
- The Arbai Trilogy
- Grass (Doubleday, 1989) -- Hugo and Locus Awards nominee, 1990
- Raising the Stones (Doubleday, 1990)
- Sideshow (Doubleday, 1992) -- John W. Campbell Award nominee, 1993
From a review of Grass:
"Tepper's Grass is, with hindsight, one of the most significant works of 1980s SF: a spacious, well-plotted, wise and thought-provoking book with an exceptionally cover scanwell-drawn central character and a beautiful twist on the 'beauty and the beast' mythos at its heart. Gollancz's reissue of the work, in a characteristically handsome 'SF Masterworks' paperback is long overdue. Those who have not read this powerful masterpiece should be herded with cattle-prods out to the bookshops until that situation is remedied; those who have read it should take this opportunity to re-read the work. Like all great literature, it repays re-reading and close attention."