The Norman Transcript


February 6, 2014

OU professor to speak to Galaxy of Writers

NORMAN — Author and University of Oklahoma professor Deborah Chester will speak about novel writing Saturday before the Norman Galaxy of Writers at the University Lutheran Center, 914 Elm Ave.

Parking is in the rear, off Hoover Street. The meeting, from 10 a.m. to noon, is free to the public.

The internationally published author of 41 novels, Chester has written in numerous genres, including fantasy, science fiction, historical romance, regency romance and young adult. Several of her books have been published in British, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch and Czech editions.

Her national bestsellers include “The Alien Chronicles,” a science fiction trilogy published by Lucas Film Publishing Ltd., and a fantasy trilogy for Ace called “The Sword, The Ring, and The Chalice.” She is an active member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

Chester has taught professional writing at the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication since 1985.

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