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  1. Fledgling by Octavia E. Butler, 2007-01-02
  2. Kindred by Octavia E. Butler, 2008-12-28
  3. Seed to Harvest by Octavia E. Butler, 2007-01-05
  4. Dawn (Xenogenesis, Bk. 1) by Octavia E. Butler, 1997-04-01
  5. Wild Seed by Octavia E. Butler, 2001-04-01
  6. Mind of My Mind by Octavia E. Butler, 1994-08-01
  7. Parable of the Sower by Octavia E. Butler, 2000-01-01
  8. Bloodchild and Other Stories: Second Edition by Octavia E. Butler, 2005-10-01
  9. Parable of the Talents by Octavia E. Butler, 2000-01-01
  10. Lilith's Brood by Octavia E. Butler, 2000-06-01
  11. Imago (Book Three of the Xenogenesis Series) by Octavia E. Butler, 1997-04-01
  12. Changing Bodies in the Fiction of Octavia Butler: Slaves, Aliens, and Vampires by Gregory Jerome Hampton, 2010-11-16
  13. Adulthood Rites (Xenogenesis, Book Two) by Octavia E. Butler, 1997-04-01
  14. Clay's Ark by Octavia E. Butler, 1996-12-01

1. Octavia E. Butler - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Gender and Genre in the Feminist Critical Dystopias of Katharine Burdekin, Margaret Atwood, and Octavia Butler. In Future Females, the Next Generation
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Butler signing a copy of Fledgling Born June 22
Pasadena, California
Died February 24
Seattle, Washington
Occupation Novelist Nationality United States Writing period Genres Science fiction Influences Harlan Ellison Samuel R. Delany Website Octavia Estelle Butler June 22 February 24 ) was an American science fiction writer , one of very few African-American women in the field. She won both Hugo and Nebula awards. In 1995, she became the first (and as of 2003 only) science fiction writer to receive the MacArthur Foundation "Genius" Grant
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    Butler was born and raised in Pasadena California . Since her father Laurice, a shoeshiner, died when she was a baby, Butler was raised by her grandmother and her mother (Octavia M. Butler) who worked as a maid in order to support the family. Butler grew up in a struggling, racially mixed neighborhood. According to the Norton Anthology of African American Literature , Butler was "an introspective only child in a strict Baptist household" and "was drawn early to magazines such as Amazing Fantasy and Science Fiction , and Galaxy and soon began reading all the science fiction classics."

2. NPR: Octavia Butler
Octavia Estelle Butler is the first AfricanAmerican woman to gain popularity and critical acclaim as a science fiction writer. Through her fictional tales,
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3. Alpha Ralpha Boulevard: Octavia E. Butler
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Octavia Estelle Butler
Born in Pasadena, CA on the 22nd of June, 1947. Attended the Clarion Writer's Workshop in 1970. Butler died on February 25, 2006. Awards: 1984 Hugo (short story), 1984 Nebula (Novella), 1985 Hugo (novella), MacArthur (1995), Nebula (1999 Novel),
Series Adulthood Rites
Second of the Xenogenesis Trilogy 1997, Aspect Reissue Edition IBN:0-446-60363-5 Amazon
Bloodchild: Novellas and Stories
October 1995, Four Walls and Eight Windows hardcover, ISBN:0-56858-055-X
Clay's Ark Dawn
First of the Xenogenesis Trilogy
Fledgling: A Novel
September 2005, Seven Stories Press, ISBN
1989, Warner Books Third of the Xenogenesis Trilogy
Kindred Lilith's Brood
2000, Warner Books, ISBN
Mind of My Mind Parable of the Sower Parable of the Talents
1999 Nebula Award Winner
Patternmaster Survivor Wild Seed Xenogenesis: Dawn Xenogenesis: Adulthood Rites Xenogenesis: Imago
Short Work
"Childfinder" "The Evening and the Morning and the Night"
Omni 1991 chapbook 1995 in Bloodchild: Novellas and Stories
"Speech Sounds"
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Octavia Butler manages to evoke a vivid image of civilisation caught middecline. Rather than the more usual post-apocalypse novel, this depicts a slow but
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Octavia Butler manages to evoke a vivid image of civilisation caught mid-decline. Rather than the more usual post-apocalypse novel, this depicts a slow but inevitable descent into barbarism, where enough of the old world is still around for people to realise what they're losing. It's brilliantly, if grimly, depicted, by following the viewpoint of Lauren Olamina as she grows to adulthood through various crises. Interwoven with this is her development of a new religion, Earthseed. I'm not too keen on the religion side of it (although I have a feeling that it is supposed to be the important point), but the grimly painted future and the gutsy, competent protagonist make this a memorable read.

5. Octavia E. Butler --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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6. | Science Fiction Writer Octavia Butler Dead At 58
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  • climate print radio satellite tv Credits February 27, 2006 11:09AM EST [general.addtranslation] Download Article (PDF) [ insert language bar ] Science Fiction Writer Octavia Butler Dead at 58 By Kazembe Balagun According to Democracy Now, Butler "died on Friday night after a fall outside her home in Washington state. Her best-known work included "Parable of the Talents" and "Kindred." Butler was considered to be one of the first African-American women to break into the world of science fiction. Jane Jewell, of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, said 'She is a world-class science fiction writer in her own right. She was one of the first and one of the best to discuss gender and race in science fiction.'" In January 2006, the Indypendent interviewed Butler while she was on tour promoting Fledgling, her first novel in nearly a decade.

7. Books | Remembering Octavia Butler
Octavia Butler often described herself as an outsider, but within science fiction she was loved as an insider, someone who was a fan first and came to s.f.
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The great African-American science fiction writer saw herself as a reclusive outsider, but to her peers she was a beloved insider. By Karen Joy Fowler Print Email Font: S S+ S++
Octavia Butler The last two stories I read by Octavia E. Butler prior to her death in February, at the age of 58, were "The Book of Martha" and "Amnesty." Both were published in 2003, and both are available in the archives. Neither, in my opinion, is absolutely first-rate Butler; still, they are quintessential as to theme and character. They have their own strengths, and remind you of the pure stuff that made Butler's work so powerful. The opening to "The Book of Martha" makes for sad rereading now, though. In it, God tells Martha that she is free for the very first time. Martha seems to be much like a younger Butler a woman of 43, an African-American and a writer. Her first concern is that she must be dead, and she doesn't want to be. Her last memories of earth are of writing, the "sweet frenzy of creation that she lived for." Click on the sponsor logo to read this article and all of Salon for free Absolutely no registration or membership required for a FREE Site Pass. Now you can read this and all of

8. Authors: Octavia E. Butler
Octavia E. Butler once wrote I m a 53year-old writer who can remember being a 10-year-old writer and who expects someday to be an 80-year-old writer.
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ctavia E. Butler was the first black woman to come to international prominence as a science fiction writer. Incorporating powerful, spare language and rich, well-developed characters, her work tackled race, gender, religion, poverty, power, politics, and science in a way that touched readers of all backgrounds. Butler was a towering figure in life and in her art and the world noticed; highly acclaimed by reviewers, she received numerous awards, including a MacArthur "genius" grant, both the Hugo and Nebula awards, the Langston Hughes Medal, as well as a PEN Lifetime Achievement award. I've had eleven novels published so far: Patternmaster Mind of my Mind Survivor Kindred Wild Seed Clay's Ark Dawn Adulthood Rites Imago Parable of the Sower , and Parable of the Talents as well as a collection of my shorter work, entitled Bloodchild . I've also had short stories published in anthologies and magazines. One, "Speech Sounds," won a Hugo Award as best short story of 1984. Another, "Bloodchild," won both the 1985 Hugo and the 1984 Nebula awards as best novelette. My most recent novel Parable of the Talents won the 1999 Nebula for Best Novel

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10. Octavia Butler – Wikipedia
Octavia Estelle Butler (22. kesäkuuta 1947 – 24. helmikuuta 2006) oli yhdysvaltalainen tieteiskirjailija, joka voitti urallaan monia palkintoja.
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Washington Kansallisuus: Yhdysvallat Tyylilajit: science fiction Sivusto: (englanniksi) Octavia Estelle Butler 22. kes¤kuuta 24. helmikuuta ) oli yhdysvaltalainen tieteiskirjailija , joka voitti urallaan monia palkintoja. H¤nen tuotannostaan on suomennettu ainoastaan Xenogenesis trilogia
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Octavia Estelle Butler syntyi 22. kes¤kuuta Kalifornian Pasadenassa . H¤nen is¤ns¤, keng¤nkiillottaja Laurice, kuoli Butlerin ollessa vasta pieni lapsi, ja h¤nen ¤itins¤ ty¶skenteli sis¤kk¶n¤ el¤tt¤¤kseen sek¤ tytt¤rens¤ ett¤ t¤m¤n iso¤idin. Perhe eli etnisesti monimuotoisessa naapurustossa eik¤ Butler koskaan kokenut rotuerottelun ankarimpia puolia. Monet Butlerin lapsuusmuistoista olivat itse asiassa tarinoita, joita h¤nen ¤itins¤ ja iso¤itins¤ kertoivat h¤nelle. Butler oli hyvin ujo kouluymp¤rist¶ss¤ ja omien sanojensa mukaan haaveilija. N¤m¤ tekij¤t yhdess¤ h¤nen

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12. Octavia E. Butler Biography And Summary
Octavia E. Butler biography with 236 pages of profile on Octavia E. Butler sourced from encyclopedias, critical essays, summaries, and research journals.
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13. Octavia Butler - Wikiquote
Octavia E. Butler (June 22, 1947–February 24, 2006) was an American science fiction writer, one of very few AfricanAmerican women in the field.
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Jump to: navigation search Octavia E. Butler June 22 ... February 24 ) was an American science fiction writer, one of very few African-American women in the field.
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  • Choose your leaders
    with wisdom and forethought.
    To be led by a coward
    is to be controlled by all that the coward fears.
    To be led by a fool
    is to be led by the opportunists who control the fool.
    To be led by a thief
    is to offer up your most precious treasures to be stolen.
    To be led by a liar
    is to ask to be lied to.
    To be led by a tyrant
    is to sell yourself and those you love into slavery.
    • Parable of the Talents p.183 ( Nebula Award for best novel in 2000). From EARTHSEED: THE BOOKS OF THE LIVING: ELEVEN (the religion started by the novel's protagonist Lauren Olamina).
      Beware: All too often, We say What we hear others say. We think What we are told that we think. We see What we are permitted to see. Worse! We see what we are told that we see. Repetition and pride are the keys to this. To hear and to see Even an obvious lie Again And again and again May be to say it

14. Octavia E. Butler: Home Page
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During March 2007, author Nalo Hopkinson hosted several tributes to Octavia Butler. Butler and Hopkinson had been scheduled to tour together on the occasion of the release of the paperback edition of Octavia Butler's last novel, Fledgling and the publication of Hopkinson's new novel, The New Moon's Arms
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1644 Haight Street San Francisco, CA 94117 Thursday, March 8, 2007, 7:00 p.m. Olsson's Books 418 7th Street NW Washington, DC 20004 Tuesday, March 13, 2007, 6:00 p.m. Hue-Man Bookstore Off-site event 2319 Frederick Douglass Blvd.

15. Octavia E. Butler
Fledgling, octavia butler s first new novel in seven years, is the story of an apparently young, amnesiac girl whose alarmingly unhuman needs and abilities
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Octavia Estelle Butler Octavia E. Butler writes: " I'm a 48-year-old writer who can remember being a 10-year-old writer and who expects someday to be an 80-year-old writer. I'm also comfortably asocial a hermit in the middle of Los Angeles a pessimist if I'm not careful, a feminist, a Black, a former Baptist, an oil-and-water combination of ambition, laziness, insecurity, certainty, and drive. I've had ten novels published so far: Patternmaster, Mind of my Mind, Survivor, Kindred, Wild Seed, Clay's Ark, Dawn, Adulthood Rites, Imago, and Parable of the Sower, as well as a collection of my shorter work, entitled Bloodchild. I've also had short stories published in anthologies and magazines. One, "Speech Sounds," won a Hugo Award as best short story of 1984. Another, "Bloodchild," won both the 1985 Hugo and the 1984 Nebula awards as best novelette. "

16. VG: Artist Biography: Butler, Octavia Estelle
A short biography of butler at the Voices from the Gaps website. Includes a selected bibliography.
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      Butler received an Associate of Arts degree in 1968 from Pasadena City College. She then attended California State University, Los Angeles and the University of California, Los Angeles. She credits her success to nonacademic programs, though. Two of these programs are the Open Door Program of the Screen Writers Guild of America and the Clarion Science Fiction Writers Workshop. While attending school, Butler held down a lot of odd jobs. Her work experiences come through in the character of Dana in her novel Kindred . Butler also spends time researching developments in biology, the physical sciences, and genetics. Butler has won several awards for her writing. In 1984, she won a Hugo Award for her short story "Speech Sounds." In 1985, she won the Hugo for her novella Bloodchild , which also won the 1984 Nebula Award. The Hugo and Nebula Awards are considered science fiction's highest awards. They are decided on by other science fiction writers and fans. In 1995, Butler won the MacArthur Foundation "genius grant" which pays $295,000 over five years. Butler's Patternists series, published between 1976 and 1984, tells of a society that is run by a specially-bred group of telepaths. This is an elite group who are mentally linked to one another in a hierarchical pattern. These telepaths are trying to create a superhuman race. This series includes the books

17. Octavia Butler, 1947-2006: Sci-fi Writer A Gifted Pioneer In White, Male Domain
Her father was a shoeshine man who died when she was a child, her mother was a maid who brought her along on jobs, yet octavia butler rose from these humble
newsvinecat = '' Skip ads and navigation SPI MySeattlePix Reader Page ... Place an ad OAS_AD('Top'); newsvinecat = 'entertainment,books' Books Octavia Butler, 1947-2006: Sci-fi writer a gifted pioneer in white, male domain By JOHN MARSHALL P-I BOOK CRITIC Her father was a shoeshine man who died when she was a child, her mother was a maid who brought her along on jobs, yet Octavia Butler rose from these humble beginnings to become one of the country's leading writers - a female African American pioneer in the white, male domain of science fiction. Butler, 58, died after falling and striking her head Friday on a walkway outside her home in Lake Forest Park. The reclusive writer, who moved to Seattle in 1999 from her native Southern California, was a giant in stature (she was 6 feet tall by age 15) and in accomplishment. Joshua Trujillo / P-I Octavia Butler was one of the Northwest's most prominent science fiction writers. She remains the only science fiction writer to receive one of the vaunted "genius grants" from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, a hard-earned $295,000 windfall in 1995 that followed years of poverty and personal struggles with shyness and self-doubt. "People may call these 'genius grants,' " Butler said in a 2004 interview with the Seattle P-I, "but nobody made me take an IQ test before I got mine. I knew I'm no genius."

18. The Unofficial Octavia Butler Page
octavia butler is the best science fiction writer ever! This page is dedicated to her.
Octavia Estelle Butler: An Unofficial Web Page
Octavia Butler is my favorite Science-Fiction writer. She has written 12 novels and a book of short stories. This page is dedicated to her. Links Octavia Butler A Biography of Octavia Butler Octavia E Butler website Octavia E. Butler ... Review of Clay's Ark List of Works
  • Fledgling (2005) Kindred (1979) Earthseed Xenogenesis Series
      Dawn (1987) Adulthood Rights (1988) Imago (1989)
    Patternist Series
      Wild Seed (1980) Mind of My Mind (1977) Clay's Ark (1984) Survivor (1978) Patternmaster (1976)
    Bloodchild and other stories. Including:
      The Evening and the Morning and the Night Near of Kin Crossover and two essays:
        Positive Obsession Furor Scribendi

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19. Octavia Butler
The Future of Females octavia butler s Mother Lode. In Reading Black, Reading Feminist A Critical Anthology edited by Henry Luis Gates, 47178.
Octavia Butler
Xenogenesis Trilogy
  • Dawn (1987)
  • Adulthood Rites(1988)
  • Imago (1989)
Patternist Series
  • Wild Seed (1980)
  • Mind of My Mind (1977)
  • Patternmaster (1976)
  • Clay's Ark (1984)
  • Survivor (1978)
Other Works
  • Kindred (1976)
  • Parable of the Sower (1994)
  • "Speech Sounds" appeared in Asminov's Dec. 1983 and Blood Child and Other Stories (1995)
  • "Blood Child" appeared in Asminov's Jun 1984 and Blood Child and Other Stories (1995)
  • Blood Child and Other Stories (1995)
  • -Blood Child (1984)
  • -Evening and the Morning and the Night (1987)
  • -Near of Kin (1971)
  • -Speech Sounds (1983)
  • -Crossover (1971)
  • -Positive Obsession (1989)
  • -Furor Scibendi (1993)
  • Allison, Dorthy. "The Future of Females: Octavia Butler's Mother Lode." In Reading Black, Reading Feminist: A Critical Anthology edited by Henry Luis Gates, 471-78. NY: Meridian, 1990.
  • Foster, Frances S. "Octavia Butler's Black Female Future Vision," Extrapolation (1982): pages 37-49
  • Salvaggio, Ruth. "Octavia Butler and the Black Science Fiction Heroine." Black American Literature Forum. Vol 18, number 2 (1984): pages 78-81.
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    Time Travel as a Feminist Didactic in Works by Phyllis Eisenstein, Marlys Millhiser, and octavia butler. Extrapolation Volume 23, Number 1 (Spring 1982)
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    Octavia Estelle Butler, 1947 - 2006.
    Born June 22, 1947, Pasadena, California.
    Died, February 24, 2006, of a stroke or a head injury relating to a fall.
    More biographical information at Voices from the Gaps: Octavia Butler
    1995 MacArthur Award (the "genius" grant)
    1994-95, nominated for Nebula, for Parable of the Sower (novel)
    1984 Hugo Award for "Speech Sounds" short story
    1985 Hugo Award for "Bloodchild" novella
    1984 Nebula Award for "Bloodchild" novella
    • Fry, Joan. "An Interview with Octavia Butler." v. 25, Mar/Apr 1997, p. 58-69.
    • Johnson, Rebecca O. "African American Feminist Science Fiction." Sojourner v. 19, n. 6 (February 1994), pages 12-14. (includes interview with Octavia Butler)
    Xenogenesis Trilogy
    Dawn Adulthood Rites Imago trilogy republished as: Lilith's Brood
    Wild Seed Mind of My Mind Patternmaster Clay's Ark Survivor
    Parable of the Sower (1994) (nominated for a Nebula in 1994-95) Parable of the Talents (1998) New York: Seven Stories Press. 1-888363-81-9.

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