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Author  Story Title  Issue Date  Type  Comments
Anvil, Christopher  Sabotage  1966 DEC  nv  (1922- ) ps. for Harry C. Crosby Jr; his 1st two story pub. were under his own name, "Cinderella, Inc." & "Roll Out the Rolov!" in IMG 1952 DEC & 1953 NOV; has Centra series(ASF 1956-69; IFS 1966 JUN); has 1st novel The Day the Machines Stopped(1964)
   Throne and the Usurper, The  1970 NOV  nv  1st & only story in F&SF in Vaughan Roberts series, series coll. in fixup novel Strangers in Paradise(1969); has novel Warlord's World(1975)
   Superbiometalemon  1982 JUL  ss  has novel The Steel, the Mist, and the Blazing Sun(1980), about a Soviet-U.S. war 200 years in the future(Clute)
Apollinaire, Guillaume  Remote Projection  1968 JUL  ss  (1880-1918) 1st pub. in his coll. The Heresiarch and Co.(1910), story was runner-up for Prix Goncourt Award; trans. from the French by ?; wn. for Guillaumme A.W.A. Apollinaire de Kostrowitsky, "best known as the champion of the avant garde in art"
Apostolides, Alex  Sandy Had a Tiger  1958 AUG  ss  (1923- ) lives in El Paso, TX; has MFA degree; collab. w. Mark Clifton for stories in ASF, GAL & IFS in 1953; from 1984-1999? had radio program "Edge of Texas" on KTEP; did cover & text for Gary Jennings: The Treasure of the Superstitious Mountains(1973)
Appel, Ross  Man With the Little Red Wagon, The  1982 JUL  nv  (1954?- ) a "carpenter/writer"; has short story "Song of Mutes" in Victoria Schochet & John W. Silbersack(ed): The Berkley Showcase, Volume 2(1980)
Appelman, Evan H.  'Twas Brillig …  1951 JUN  vi 
Armstrong, Charlotte  Three Day Magic  1952 SEP  na  (1905-1969) 1st pub. in shorter version in a 1948 women's mag.; working name for Charlotte Armstrong Lewi, mystery writer; novel A Dram of Poison W-1956 EDG; N or W several other Edgars; 1st novel Lay on, MacDuff!(1942, 1st in MacDuff series)
Armstrong, Michael  Absolutely the Last, This Is It, No More, the Final Pact With the Devil Story  1981 FEB  ss  (1956- ) Michael Allan Armstrong; born in Virginia, raised & educated in Florida, now lives in Homer, AK; attended 1975 Clarion; 1st story pub. sf "Going After Arviq" in Janet Morris(ed): Afterwar(1985), exp. into his 2nd novel Agviq: The Whale(1990)
   Verts Get a Nuke, The  1987 AUG  nv  an excerpt from his 1st novel, After the Zap(1987), a post-EMP sf catastrophic story about a world in which detonating a "nuke" becomes a difficult, personal decision
   Termin'ator  1989 JUL  ss  has 2nd novel Agviq: The Whale("Going After Arviq," 1985; exp. 1990), is a post-holocaust tale set in Alaska that features a woman anthropologist whose book knowledge of the ancient ways of the Eskimo sophisticates the vitality of tribal survivors(Clute)
   Catch the Wotan! (for Isaac Asimov)  1993 JUL  ss  says this story is a warm-up run for a deep space novel he plans to write, one he calls "beatniks in space"; has novel The Hidden War(1994), in which goernment forces try to quash an asteroid colony with a culture based on the Beat poets(B&C)
   Mother to Elves  1994 JUN  ss  graduate of New College, the Univ. of Alaska Anchorage, he teaches a writing workshop at the Kachemak Bay Branch of UAA, & English thru the distance education program of UAA; he has also taught Dog Mushing, & SF
Arnason, Eleanor  Actors, The: A Hwarhath Historical Romance  1999 DEC  na  (1942- ) N-2000 LOC, na; 1st story in F&SF in Hwarhath ser.; lives in Minneapolis, MN; 1st story pub. "A Clear Day in the Motor City" in Moorcock & Platt(ed): New Worlds Quarterly #6(1973); has novel A Woman of the Iron People(1991; W-1991 TIP; 1992 MYT)
Arno, Ed  Cartoon  1981 JUN  ct  (1916- ) working name for Arnold et Arno; born in Innsbruck, Austria; attended art school in Paris; was the art director for 30 years in Bucharest, Rumania, publishing children's books; won many awards from European countries, incl. Italy & Rumania
   Cartoon  1981 SEP  ct  Arno came to the U.S. in 1966, & pub. his cartoons in many places, incl. NYT, Look, Cosmopolitan, SEP, TV Guide, Harvard Business, & many other mags. & journals; he has been pub. in the NYM since 1968
   Cartoon  1981 DEC  ct  has illus. over 100 children's books, mainly in Europe, but incl. the U.S. children's books, The Gingerbread Man(1967), Freya Littledale: The Magic Fish: The Fisherman and His Wife(1967), & Nancy K. Robinson: Mom, You're Fired!(1981)
   Cartoon  1982 APR  ct  Arno gets many of his ideas for his cartoons while "lying in bed"; in the morning he tries to remember his dreams & apply them to the drawing board; for his cartoons he uses a fine line pen; he has also done artwork in charcoal & in color, incl. posters
   Cartoon  1982 OCT  ct  has a coll. of his 'criminal at large' series, 1st pub. in the NYT & NYM between 1966-1968, Ed Arno's Most Wanted(1998), which was given the highest praise by the famous art critic, Brendan Gill
   Cartoon  1982 DEC  ct  Arno still does cartoons & other artwork, & in 2002 had a showing of his work in Vienna, Austria; he is listed as among the most famous Austrians in the last 300 years
   Cartoon  1983 APR  ct 
   Cartoon  1983 SEP  ct 
   Cartoon  1987 APR  ct 
   Cartoon  1987 SEP  ct 
   Cartoon  1987 OCT  ct 
   Cartoon  1987 NOV  ct 
   Cartoon: Dr. M. Harris, Chiropodist  1988 JAN  ct 
   Cartoon  1988 APR  ct 
   Cartoon: Birth of the Credibility Gap, The  1988 OCT  ct 
   Cartoon  1988 DEC  ct 
   Cartoon  1989 APR  ct 
   Cartoon  1989 JUN  ct 
   Cartoon: You Are Here  1989 JUL  ct 
   Cartoon: Beaver Crossing  1989 SEP  ct 
   Cartoon  1990 NOV  ct 
   Cartoon: Lost Our Grant  1991 JUL  ct 
   Cartoon  1991 AUG  ct 
   Cartoon  1995 OCT/NOV  ct 
Arr, Stephen  Cause  1955 AUG  ss  (1921- ) ps. for Stephen A. Rynas; had several stories as Arr in GAL, SFA, Fantasy Fiction, Future Science Fiction, & Vortex Science Fiction betw. 1953-1955
Arthur, Chet  Lucky People, The  1968 FEB  ss  (1933- ) ps. for Albert E. Cowdrey, & in F&SF as such with stories in 1997 & 1998 in his Azalea Place, New Orleans, series; born in New Orleans, has novel pub. in 1965; has pub. govt. books on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, & on military medicine
Arthur, Robert  Postpaid to Paradise  1950 WIN/SPR  ss  (1909-1969) 1st pub. in ARG, 15 JUN 1940; 1st story in F&SF from his Murchison Morks series(ARG 1940-41); Robert Jay Arthur; born at Fort Mills, Corregidor Island, the Philippines; has 1930 BA in English, 1932 MA in Journalism from Univ. of Michigan
   Wilfred Weem, Dreamer  1951 AUG  ss  1st pub. in ARG, in 5 JUL 1941, as "Just a Dreamer"; 2nd story from his Murchison Morks ser.; Arthur a prolific writer for the pulps since 1931, incl. Wonder Stories, Detective Fiction Weekly, Mystery, Amazing Stories, The Shadow, Argosy, Black Mask, etc
   Universe Broke Down, The  1951 DEC  ss  1st pub. in ARG, 7 JUN 1941; Arthur also wrote for radio & TV; most of his pulp output was crime & mystery, & fantasy beginning in late 1930s(Clute), & also pub. in Startling Stories, Unknown Worlds, Collier's, Thrilling Detective; also edited var. mags.
   Obstinate Uncle Otis  1958 APR  ss  1st pub. in ARG Weekly, 19 JUL 1941, & revised for F&SF; 3rd story from his Murchison Morks series; was married to author Joan Vatsek(also in F&SF) from 1946-1960; see websites www.elizabetharthur.org/bio/rarthur.html & ..../jvarthur.html
   Mr. Milton's Gift  1958 NOV  ss  1st pub. in BBM 1953 JUL, as "The Man with the Golden Hand," 4th story from Murchison Morks ser.; some stories from ser. pub. in his anth. Ghosts and More Ghosts(1963); Morks series considered a derivative of Lord Dunsany & Vincent Benét work(Clute)
   Hero Equation, The  1959 JUN  ss  1st pub. in ARG, 3 MAY 1941, as "Don't Be a Goose"; 5th story from his Murchison Morks series; Arthur worked mainly in radio, scripting The Mysterious Traveler(1943-52; W-1952 EDG) & edited mag. of same name(1951-52)
   Devil's Garden, The  1959 SEP  ss  1st pub. in ARG, 1 MAR 1941, 6th story from his Murchison Morks series; Arthur's mag. he edited, The Mysterious Traveler(1951-52) also pub. some of his stories under ps. Andrew Fell, Anthony Morton, Jay Norman, John West, & Mark Williams
   Miracle on Main Street  1960 AUG  nv  1st pub. in ARG, 6 JUL 1940; Arthur also worked on radio program Murder by Experts(1949-1951); in his career he wrote over 500 radio scripts, incl. for The Shadow, & Nick Carter; worked in TV in Hollywood after 1959 on the Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock
   Garvey's Ghost  1962 APR  ss  Arthur worked closely with Alfred Hitchcock, ghost-editing the anth. Stories for Late at Night(1961), Alfred Hitchcock's Haunted Houseful(1961), A.H.'s Ghostly Gallery(1962), Stories My Mother Never Told Me(1963), A.H.'s Monster Museum(1965), etc
   Jabez O'Brien and Davy Jones' Locker  1965 JUN  ss  after 1962 he left Hollywood & lived in Cape May, NJ; wrote 10 The Three Investigators ya novels(continued after his death by others); edited his own juvenile anth. Davy Jones's Haunted Locker(1965), Monster Mix(1968), & Thrillers and More Thrillers(1968)

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