by Sydney J. Van Scyoc
Sydney J. van Scyoc (born July 27, 1939) is an American science fiction writer. Her first published story was "Shatter the Wall" in Galaxy in 1962
Sydney J. Her first published story was "Shatter the Wall" in Galaxy in 1962. She continued to write short stories throughout the 1960s and in 1971, published her first novel, Saltflower. Other novels followed until 1992, when she abandoned writing to make and sell jewelry; she later returned to write science fiction.
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Dreams of fire and jagged mountains. Drams of the sweet wordless yearning of the songsilk.
1983) (The second book in the Sunstone Scrolls series) A novel by Sydney J Van Scyoc.
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View all Bluesong pictures. Manufacturer: Berkley Publishing Corporation,U. Release date: 30 October 1999 ISBN-10 : 0425071308 ISBN-13: 9780425071304. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.
Legal Name: Van Scyoc, Sydney Joyce. Used These Alternate Names: Sydney Van Scyoc, Sidney Van Scyoc, Sidney J. van Scyoc. Author Tags: whales (1), Merril08 (1). Showing all translations. Daughters of the Sunstone (1985). Saltflower (1971) only appeared as: Variant: Saltflower (1971). Translation: Fleurs de sel (1974). Assignment Nor' Dyren (1973) only appeared as
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Van Scyoc's predilection for one-word titles was resisted in Feather Stroke (1989), a. .Recently viewed articles. Tagged: Author. SF Gateway Featured Title.
Van Scyoc's predilection for one-word titles was resisted in Feather Stroke (1989), a fantasy; and in the Young Adult Deepwater Dreams (1991), in which humans, long ago Genetically Engineered to cope with the aquatic world they have colonized, must undergo rites of passage to gain full adulthood. Bluesong (New York: Berkley Books, 1983).