Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997)
Seymour, Miranda

(1948-    ) US writer of some tales for younger children, and of several fantasies for YA and adult readers. They include: Count Manfred (1976); Medea (1982), which conflates three first-person accountings of the myth; The Vampire of Verdonia (1986), a Vampire tale for YA readers; and The Reluctant Devil: A Cautionary Tale (1990), a wry Supernatural Fiction. A nonfiction study, A Ring of Conspirators: Henry James and his Literary Circle (1988), usefully locates Henry James, Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford and others in the Edwardian context. [JC]

Miranda Jane Seymour

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This entry is taken from the Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997) edited by John Clute and John Grant. It is provided as a reference and resource for users of the SF Encyclopedia, but apart from possible small corrections has not been updated.