Delany is a surname and may refer to:

  • Dana Delany (born 1956), American actress
  • James Delany (born 1948), commissioner of the Big Ten Conference.
  • Martin Delany (1812 – 1885), African-American abolitionist
  • Mary Delany (1700-1788), artist and writer.
  • Samuel R. Delany (born 1942), American science fiction author
  • Sarah Louise ("Sadie") and Annie Elizabeth ("Bessie") Delany, African-American civil rights pioneers and authors.
This page or section lists people with the surname Delany. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name(s) to the link.

Other articles related to "delany":

Princess Diana (comics) - Fictional Character Biography - Silver Age
... Delany took over scripting duties with issue #202 ... Delany was initially supposed to write a six-issue story arc, which would culminate in a battle over an abortion clinic, but Delany was removed at the request of Gloria Steinem, who ...
The Fall Of The Towers - Contents
... Delany Prologue - essay by Samuel R ... Delany Out of the Dead City (1966) (aka Captives of the Flame, 1963) The Towers of Toron (1964) City of a Thousand Suns (1965) Epilogue (1964) - essay ... Delany Afterword (1964) - essay by Samuel R ...
Southern Cross Catholic College - Founders
... Monsignor Frawley, John Baptist de La Salle, Daniel Delany, and Mary MacKillop ... sports houses Frawley (green dragons), La Salle (red lions), Delany (currently the blue dolphins but previously known as the Delany Smurfs), and MacKillop (currently known ...
Atlantis: Three Tales
... Delany ... stories center around a character named "Sam." The first Sam appears to be based on Delany's father, Samuel R ... Delany Sr ...

Famous quotes containing the word delany:

    [My mother told me:] “You must decide whether you want to get married someday, or have a career.”... I set my sights on the career. I thought, what does any man really have to offer me?
    —Annie Elizabeth Delany (b. 1891)

    I am a colored woman or a Negro woman. Either one is OK. People dislike those words now. Today these use this term African American. It wouldn’t occur to me to use that. I prefer to think of myself as an American, that’s all!
    —Annie Elizabeth Delany (b. 1891) don’t have to be as good as white people, you have to be better or the best. When Negroes are average, they fail, unless they are very, very lucky. Now, if you’re average and white, honey, you can go far. Just look at Dan Quayle. If that boy was colored he’d be washing dishes somewhere.
    —Annie Elizabeth Delany (b. 1891)