From Ellen Dolan Library director, Shrewsbury Public Library "The Mists of Avalon" by Marion Zimmer Bradley - an older book, beautifully written.
What does MZB stand for?
MZB stands for Marion Zimmer Bradley (author)
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We have 8 other meanings of MZB in our Acronym Attic
- Mendoza, Argentina (airport code)
- Michael Zanuck Agency (Agoura Hills, CA)
- Microsoft Zero Administration
- Miejskie Zaklady Autobusowe (Warsaw, Poland)
- Monozygotic (identical twins)
- Mt. Zion Apostolic Church (Indiana)
- Mainz Army Depot
- Multicast-Scope Zone Announcement Protocol
- Marginal-Zone B-Cell
- Mariazellerbahn (Austrian scenic narrow gauge railway)
- Minnesota Zoological Board (Minnesota Zoological Garden)
- Museum Zoologicum Bogoriense (The Netherlands)
- Mutant Zombie Biker
- Modified Zero-Based Budget (accounting)
- Marginal Zone B-Cells
- Marginal Zone Bridging Channels
- Mount Zion Baptist Church (various locations)
- Marginal Zone B Cell Lymphomas
- Mount Zion Bible Institute (Pensacola, FL)
- Marginal Zone B-Cell Lymphoma
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com Sword of Avalon offers another contribution to the ongoing Avalon series begun by Marion Zimmer Bradley, and will find its place alongside any of her Avalon novels.
Marion Zimmer Bradley, for example, claimed in the essay "Responsibilities and Temptations of Women Science Fiction Writers" that the readership of science fiction, in its early years, was "more than 90% white and male and more than 74% adolescent" (Women Worldwalkers, ed.
JSA When Marion Zimmer Bradley, queen of Arthurian fantasy, died, she left an unfinished manuscript, which one of her main followers completed.
1962 Marion Zimmer Bradley begins her "Darkover" series of pansexual science fiction novels, a form further explored by Joanna Russ (The Female Man, 1975) and Sally Miller Gearhart (The Wanderground: Stories of the Hill Women, 1978).
Marion Zimmer Bradley, the prolific and widely translated science fiction writer and author of the best-selling book, The Mists of Avalon (1982), died on September 29 at the age of 69.
Based on the best-selling novel by Marion Zimmer Bradley, The Mists of Avalon is a new twist on the timeless legend of King Arthur, told through the eyes of the women who wielded power behind King Arthur's throne.
For these sections Howey refers primarily to Fay Sampson, Mary Stewart, Gillian Bradshaw, and Marion Zimmer Bradley.