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Sheri S. Tepper
Sheri Stewart Tepper (born July 16, 1929) is an American writer of science fiction, horror and mystery novels. She is known for feminist science fiction, often with an ecofeminist slant. From 1962 to 1986 she worked for Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood, finally as Executive Director. In addition... show more
Sheri Stewart Tepper (born July 16, 1929) is an American writer of science fiction, horror and mystery novels. She is known for feminist science fiction, often with an ecofeminist slant. From 1962 to 1986 she worked for Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood, finally as Executive Director. In addition to her occupation as a writer, she operates a guest ranch near Santa Fe, New Mexico.

She has written under several pseudonyms, including A. J. Orde, E. E. Horlak, and B. J. Oliphant.
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Birth date: July 16, 1929
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Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 3 years ago
(original review, 1987)“The Gate to Women's Country”, remains the best written and most provocative of the lot when it comes to Feminist SF. It's one of the few books where I turned the last page and flipped back to the first and read it straight through again when I realized how deceptive the text,...
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink rated it 4 years ago
If I had read this when it was first published, in the 80s, I think I would have really liked this book. Alas, I read it now and it mostly made me angry. This book channels second wave feminism pretty heartily, and unfortunately it also falls into some of the movement's pitfalls. Powerfully negati...
CDRBill
CDRBill rated it 4 years ago
Plaque, teleportation, mind control and wiping, monster killer "horses" called Hippae, monster "foxes" called foxen, a planet covered almost entirely in grass, fox hunts, a long dead alien race called the Arbai.... these are a few on my favorite things.This is a great story. While some of the charac...
Libromancer's Apprentice
Libromancer's Apprentice rated it 4 years ago
Grass / Sheri S. Tepper It was good for me to return to this book, ten to fifteen years since I read it last. I think, on reflection, while I loved the story then, a lot went over my head. Which is a bit surprising since Tepper isn't exactly subtle in this book... Not all science fiction is poli...
Midu Reads
Midu Reads rated it 4 years ago
My second Tepper read was succulently good! I wanted to savor the book, so I took my time with it. I am sharing my favorite parts of the book here like I do in most reviews. However, this time, I have chosen 6 quotes that sum up how I felt about the book. Quote # 1 Sometimes, it was the way the au...
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