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Henneberg, Nathalie

(1907-1978) Russian-born French author who collaborated in some sf and fantasy with her husband, Charles Henneberg, their joint works sometimes being published under his name alone, and who became well known in her own right after his death in 1959, revising older works and publishing several novels solo, sometimes as N C Henneberg, sometimes as Nathalie-Charles Henneberg, but also as Nathalie Henneberg. Les Dieux Verts (1961; trans C J Cherryh as The Green Gods 1974; French ed rev 1975; exp as coll 2010) – it is not known whether Cherryh worked from the first or a manuscript of the second version – is an sf tale of Ecology, focusing on the threat of the greenhouse effect. [JC]

Nathalie Henneberg

born Batumi, Georgia Russia: 1907 [at least two other dates, 1910 and 1917, have been given]

died 1978 [1977 has also been given]



Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction edited by John Clute, David Langford, Peter Nicholls and Graham Sleight.
Accessed 21:15 pm on 28 September 2020.