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Chiyoko "Shio" Satō (佐藤 史生 Satō Shio?) (born December 6, 1952 — died April 4, 2010) was a Japanese manga artist. Satō was a member of the Post Year 24 Group, a group of female manga artists considered influential in the development of shōjo manga. She also wrote under the pen name Sugar Salt (砂糖 塩 Satō Shio?). She made her professional debut in 1977 with the publication of Koi wa Ajinomono!? in Bessatsu Shōjo Comic. Her definitive works include Yumemiru Wakusei (The Dreaming Planet) and One Zero.[1] Her stories were usually serious science fiction drawn in a "subdued" style.[2]

Her short story, The Changeling, in addition to being published in the English-language anthology Four Shōjo Stories, was serialised in Animerica.[3]

Satō died from brain cancer on April 4, 2010, aged 57.[4]

Works

  • Kinseiki (金星樹?) (1979, Kisōtengaisha) (1992, reprint plus one new story, Shinchosha)[5]
  • Haru wo Yumemishi (春を夢見し?) (1980, Shinshokan)[6]
  • Yumemiru Wakusei (夢みる惑星?) (1982-1984, serialized in Petit Flower, Shogakukan)[7][8] (1996, bunkaban reprint, Shogakukan)[9][10]
  • Shiniseru Ōjo no Tame no Pavane (死せる王女のための孔雀舞?) (1983, Shinshokan)
  • Ahōsen (阿呆船?) (1984, Shinshokan)[11] inspired by Ship of Fools by Sebastian Brant
  • Tatsu no Yume, Sono Hoka no Yume (竜の夢 その他の夢?) (1984, Shinshokan)[12]
  • Kono Mazushiki Chijō ni (この貧しき地上に?) (1985, Shinshokan)[13]
  • One Zero (ワン・ゼロ?) (1985-1986, Shogakukan)[14][15] (1996, bunkoban reprint, Shogakukan)[16][17]
  • Dakagura (打天楽?) (1987, Shogakukan)[18]
  • Kichijō Kajin (吉祥花人?) (1987, Hakusensha)[19]
  • Raryō-Ō (羅陵王?) (1988, Hakusensha)[20]
  • Changeling (チェンジリング?) (1989, Shogakukan)[21]
  • Yadoriki (やどり木?) (1988, Shinshokan)[22]
  • Shōryō-Ō (精霊王?) (1989, Shogakukan)[23]
  • Oni ou mono (鬼追うもの?) (1995, Shogakukan)[24]
  • Shinzō no Nai Kyojin (心臓のない巨人?) (1999, serialized in Petit Flower, Shogakukan)[25]
  • Majutsushi Sagashi (魔術師さがし) (2000, Shogakukan)[26]

Anthologies

These are anthology works in which one or more stories by Satō appeared:

  • New Fantasy Comic World (ニュー・ファンタジー・コミックの世界?) (1982, Sanrio)[27]
  • Alice Book I (アリス・ブックI?) (1991, Shinchosha)[28]
  • Alice Book II (アリス・ブックII?) (1991, Shinchosha)[29]
  • Four Shōjo Stories (1996, Viz Media)[30]

References

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  2. Thorn, Matt (April 8, 2010). "“Changeling” Creator Shio Satoh Passes Away". Retrieved April 9, 2010. 
  3. Garrity, Shaenon (2007). Thompson, Jason, ed. Manga: The Complete Guide. Del Rey. p. 110. ISBN 978-0345485908. 
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  30. "Four Shojo Stories (Paperback)". Amazon. Retrieved April 10, 2010. 

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