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Nebula Award winner Esther Friesner is the author of 31 novels and over 150 short stories, including the story "Thunderbolt" in Random House's Young Warriors anthology, which lead to the creation of Nobody's Princess. She is also the editor of seven popular anthologies. Educated at Vassar College and Yale University, where she taught for a number of years, Friesner is also a poet and a playwright. She is married, is the mother of two, harbors cats, and lives in Connecticut.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Helen of Troy (Greek mythology) -- Juvenile fiction.
Sex role -- Juvenile fiction.
Adventure and adventurers -- Juvenile fiction.
Mythology, Greek -- Juvenile fiction.
Mediterranean Region -- History -- To 476 -- Juvenile fiction.
Helen of Troy (Greek mythology) -- Fiction.
Sex role -- Fiction.
Adventure and adventurers -- Fiction.
Mythology, Greek -- Fiction.
Mediterranean Region -- History -- To 476 -- Fiction.