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Jean Marie Stine

Jean Marie Stine

Jean Marie Stine is the author of a number of pioneering works of erotica published in the late 1960s and early 1970s, beginning with Season of the Witch in 1968, which was filmed as the motion picture Synapse.

Her erotic novels and story collections, Season of the Witch, Thrill City, and Trans-Sexual are all available through Sizzler Editions. Her work has appeared in Amazing Stories, Eros, Transformation, Galaxy, Pegasus, SF Sagas, Transgender and Cavalier; along with quality electronic journals such as Suspect Thoughts, LesbiNation, NestfullOVipers, Blood Moon, and Mind Caviar.

She has been editor of Galaxy SF and Starblaze Books, and is currently editor of Futures-Past Editions, Sizzler Editions and several other imprints.  During the late 1960s she served as personal assistant to Star Trek  creator Gene Roddenberry, working on special projects; and in the 1970s she wrote the now-classic The Prisoner: A Day in the Life, based on the cult television series starring Patrick McGoohan.

Jean Marie Stine has served on the Board of Directors of the Robert and Jessica Ryan Dyslexia Clinic, the International Foundation for Gender Education and the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Political Alliance of Western Massachusetts.



Jean Marie Stine's Sizzler Editions eBooks

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