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About Helen Collins 

Helen Collins was born in New London, Connecticut
and attended the University of Connecticut where she
majored in English. She earned an UConn,
specializing in 18th and 19th century English literature.
Next she lived in Manhattan and taught English at
Brooklyn College. She has been a professor in the
English Department at Nassau Community College,
where her teaching included Women Writers and
Science Fiction.

Collins has been a member of a number of
professional organizations, including SFRA,
Science Fiction Research Association, SFWA,
Science Fiction Writers of America, IAFA,
International Association for the Fantastic in the
Arts and MLA the Modern Language Association.

Some of her other interests have included
mentoring at a local women's prison, advising a
student SF club, yoga and - one of her favorites

Her novel, Egret, published originally by
Haworth Press., is a lesbian love story set in NYC
in the 80's. The new Niantic Press second edition
is available as an ebook. Collins has also written
two science fiction novels, Mutagenesis, Tor, and
NeuroGenesis, Speculative Fiction Review; both
have been recently reissued by Niantic Press.
NeuroGenesis is also available as an ebook.


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