Obituary: Alan Rodgers

Author Alan Rodgers (b.1959) died on March 8. Rodgers began publishing with his story “The Boy who Came Back from the Dead.” His first novel, Blood of the Children, appeared in 1989. Rodgers served as Associate Editor for Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone magazine from 1984-1987 as well as editor of Night Cry from 1985-1987.

2 Comments

  1. Jeffrey S. Fisher — March 12, 2014 @ 7:16 pm

    Sorry/ hear of Alan’s passing; he almost certainly would have accepted my short tale “Mr. Nobody” for NIGHT CRY in 1987 had the ‘zine not folded when it did. As best I can recall, it didn’t quite have the right “fee” or such for TWILIGHT ZONE MAG itself. i do still have Alan’s letter on it, though. The 1980s were full of near-sales, etc., for me; another semi-professional anthology was to have taken early version “Far beyond the Sky” roughly the same time – but editor/publisher died abruptly, etc.

    JSF

  2. Jeffrey S. Fisher — March 13, 2014 @ 8:12 am

    Brief addenda; I meant to write “feel,” of course in my comments on Mr. Rodgers, not “fee.”

    JSF

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