Zelazny, Roger Joseph
Died: 1995 AD, at 58 years of age.
1937 – He was born on the 13th day of May in Euclid, Ohio; he was the only child of Polish immigrant Joseph Frank Zelazny and Irish American Josephine sweet.
1955 – He began attending Western Reserve University.
1959 – He graduated with a B.A. in English.
1960 – He was considered one of the leading lights of the "New Wave" movement in science fiction, which altered the face of the kind.
1962 – He was accepted to Columbia University in New York and proficient in Elizabethan and Jacobean drama, graduating with a M.A.
1966 – He wins the Nebula award thrice and the Hugo award six times, counting twice for the novel “And Call me Conrad”.
1968 – He afterward published The Immortal and the novel Lord of the Light.
1970 – He wrote the Amber series starting with the novel “Nine Princess in Amber”.
1975 – This year he wrote the short story “Home is the Hangman”.
1982 – He wrote “Eye of the Cat”.
1995 – He died of kidney failure due to lung cancer.
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