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  1. Leigh Douglass Brackett (7 de diciembre de 1915, Los Ángeles -18 de marzo de 1978, Lancaster) fue una escritora de ciencia ficción estadounidense. Fue una autora regular durante quince años en Planet Stories, 1 con diecisiete historias en total que aparecieron durante la existencia de la revista. 2 .

    • Leigh Douglass Brackett
    • 18 de marzo de 1978 o 17 de marzo de 1978, Lancaster (California, Estados Unidos)
  2. Leigh Douglass Brackett (December 7, 1915 – March 24, 1978) was an American science fiction writer known as "the Queen of Space Opera ." [1] . She was also a screenwriter, known for The Big Sleep (1946), Rio Bravo (1959), and The Long Goodbye (1973).

    • Novelist, screenwriter
  3. Leigh Douglass Brackett (7 de diciembre de 1915, Los Ángeles -18 de marzo de 1978, Lancaster) fue una escritora de ciencia ficción estadounidense. Fue una autora regular durante quince años en Planet Stories, con diecisiete historias en total que aparecieron durante la existencia de la revista.

  4. Leigh Douglass Brackett (December 7, 1915 – March 24, 1978) was an American science fiction writer known as "the Queen of Space Opera ." She was also a screenwriter, known for The Big Sleep (1946), Rio Bravo (1959), and The Long Goodbye (1973).

  5. The Long Tomorrow is a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by American writer Leigh Brackett, originally published by Doubleday & Company, Inc in 1955. Set in the aftermath of a nuclear war, it portrays a world where scientific knowledge is feared and restricted. It was nominated for a Hugo Award in 1956. Plot summary.

  6. Writer: Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back. Leigh Douglass Brackett was born in 1915 in Los Angeles. She was the author of numerous short stories and books regarding science fiction and has been referred to as the Queen of Space Opera.

  7. Died. March 18, 1978. Genre. Science Fiction & Fantasy. edit data. Leigh Brackett was born on December 7, 1915 in Los Angeles, and raised near Santa Monica. Having spent her youth as an athletic tom-boy - playing volleyball and reading stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs and H Rider Haggard - she began writing fantastic adventures of her own.