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Katherine Irenae "Kij" Johnson (born 20 January 1960; age 56) is an American fantasy and science fiction author. She co-wrote a Star Trek: The Next Generation novel with Greg Cox.

Johnson was born in Harlan, Iowa. "Kij" is an abbreviation of her initials. She has been a director of the Center for the Study of Science Fiction at the University of Kansas, which James Gunn established.

She has won a number of awards, including the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award, the World Fantasy Award, a Nebula, and the Hugo Award.

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Writing credits Edit

Star Trek novels
Some Non-Star Trek novels
  • Fudoki
  • The Fox Woman

Awards Edit

  • Theodore S. Sturgeon Award
  • IAFA-Crawford Award

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