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Pflug, Ursula

(1958-    ) Tunisian born author, raised in Canada, who began to publish work of interest with "Memory Lapse at The Waterfront" (in New Bodies: A Collection of Science Fiction, anth 1981, ed anon), which was assembled, with other speculative fictions, as After the Fires (coll 2008). Her novel, Green Music (2001), Equipoisally combines Afterlife fantasy [see The Encyclopedia of Fantasy under links below] and Utopia in its depiction of an anti-Toronto called Marina, housed in an Island paradise immune to any inroads of high Technology. Some sense that a dream of the real inner Toronto contours Marina adds some piquance. [JC]

Ursula Pflug

born Tunisia: 1958

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Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (2011-current) edited by John Clute and David Langford.
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