Nancy A. Collins

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Nancy A. Collins
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Nancy A. Collins
Born(1959-09-10) September 10, 1959 (age 55)
McGehee, Arkansas, United States
Pen nameNanzi Regalia[1]
OccupationNovelist
Short story writer
GenreHorror fiction
Fantasy
Science fiction
 
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Nancy A. Collins
Nancy collins.jpg
Nancy A. Collins
Born(1959-09-10) September 10, 1959 (age 55)
McGehee, Arkansas, United States
Pen nameNanzi Regalia[1]
OccupationNovelist
Short story writer
GenreHorror fiction
Fantasy
Science fiction

Nancy A. Collins (born September 10, 1959) is a United States horror fiction writer best known for her series of vampire novels featuring her character Sonja Blue.[2] Collins has also written for comic books, including the Swamp Thing series, Jason Vs. Leatherface, Predator: Hell Come A Walkin and her own one-shot Dhampire: Stillborn.[1]

Collins was born in McGehee, Arkansas, United States. She lived in New Orleans, Louisiana in the 1980s; after time in New York City and Atlanta, Georgia she settled in Wilmington, North Carolina in the late 2000s.

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Collins has written fourteen novels since 1989, most of which refer to and directly include races of creatures the author calls Pretenders, monsters from myth and legend passing as human to better hunt their prey. She is best known for her vampire character, Sonja Blue.[3]

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Founder International Horror Guild

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  1. ^ a b "Nancy A Collins". Fantastic Fiction. Retrieved November 1, 2010. 
  2. ^ Monica I. O'Rourke "Nancy Collins" in: Richard Bleiler, Ed. Supernatural Fiction Writers: Contemporary Fantasy and Horror. New York: Thomson/Gale, 2003. (p. 221-226). ISBN 9780684312507
  3. ^ "Nancy A. Collins - about the author". Retrieved November 1, 2010. 

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