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Author  Story Title  Issue Date  Type  Comments
deFord, Miriam Allen  Green Snow, The  1966 DEC  ss 
   Ajeri Diary, The  1968 MAR  ss  has nf book The Real Bonnie and Clyde(1968)
   Superior Sex, The  1968 APR  ss 
   Anthony Boucher  1968 AUG  obit  a tribute to the late Anthony Boucher
   Crib Circuit, The  1969 NOV  ss  has coll. Xenogenesis(1969)
   Fun-nee  1970 MAR  nv 
   Old Bunch and Dusty Stiggins, The  1970 OCT  ss 
   Jimmy  1972 JAN  ss  has coll. Elsewhere, Elsewhen, Elsehow(1971)
   Murder in the Transcontinental Tunnel  1973 MAY  ss 
   Treyans Are Coming, The  1974 JUN  ss 
deFord, Miriam Allen & Anthony Boucher  Mary Celestial  1955 MAY  ss  (1888-1975; 1911-1968) Anthony Boucher ps. for William A.P. White; both in F&SF by themselves
del Rey, Lester  Little Jimmy  1957 APR  ss  (1915-1993) ps. for Leonard Knapp, many scholars & Frederik Pohl believe; 1st story pub. "The Faithful" in ASF 1938 APR; famous for robot story "Helen O'Loy"(ASF 1938 DEC), & "Nerves"(ASF 1942 SEP; 1956; rev. 1976); W-1990 NEB, Grandmaster
   Hand at Issue, The  1972 APR  ar  "succinct yet comprehensive consideration of the craftmanship of James Blish"; title a take-off on Blish's book review colls. The Issue at Hand(1964), & More Issues at Hand(1970), as by William Atheling Jr; del Rey has coll. ... And Some Were Human(1948)
   Frederik Pohl: Frontiersman  1973 SEP  bio  profile of Pohl & a critical appraisal of his work; Pohl, born in Brooklyn, helped develop NYCon, the 1st World S.F. Convention in 1939; del Rey 1st met Pohl in 1939 when Pohl was editing AST & SSS; Pohl started N.Y. sf Hydra Club in about 1947-48; etc
   Dawn Rider, The  1974 MAY  ss  has novels Preferred Risk(1955, w. Pohl under collab. ps. Edson McCann; 1980 as by themselves), Police Your Planet(SFA 1953 MAR-SEP as by Erik van Lhin; 1956; 1975 as del Rey & van Lhin), Pstalemate(1971); coll. The Early del Rey(1975); obit LOC 1993 JUN
Delany, Samuel R.  Corona  1967 OCT  ss  (1942- ) author & critic; 1st story pub. sf novel The Jewels of Aptor(1962; res. 1968; rev. 1971); has The Fall of the Towers trilogy, Captives of the Flame(1963), The Towers of Toron(1964), City of a Thousand Suns(1965); novel The Ballad of Beta-2(1965)
   Books  1968 JAN  br  Harlan Ellison: I Have No Mouth & I Must Scream; Delany has novels The Jewels of Aptor(1962), Empire Star(1966; rev. 1977), Babel-17(1966; W-1966 NEB; 1995 TIP; N-1967 HUG), & The Einstein Intersection (1967; W-1967 NEB; N-1968 HUG)
   Lines of Power  1968 MAY  na  N-1968 NEB; 1969 HUG, novella; "21st century world in which something close to world-order has been achieved through the efficient use of ... mechanical energy"; this story pub. as We in Some Strange Power's Employ, Move on a Rigorous Line(1990 chap)
   2001: Space Odyssey, A  1968 AUG  mr  2001: A Space Odyssey(1968), dir./prod. by Stanley Kubrick, scrnply by Kubrick & Arthur C. Clarke; Delany's story "Aye, and Gomorrah ..." (Ellison: Dangerous Visions, 1967) W-1967 NEB; has novel Nova(1968; N-1969 HUG); see iv in Platt: Dream Makers(1980)
   Films  1969 JAN  mr  Charly(1968), based on Daniel Keyes' "Flowers for Algernon" in F&SF 1959 APR, stars Cliff Robertson & Claire Bloom; Delany's story "Time Considered As a Helix of Semi-Precious Stones"(NWS 1968 DEC) W-1969 NEB(novelette), & 1970 HUG(short story)
   Films  1969 FEB  mr  Barbarella(1968), dir. Roger Vadim, stars Jane Fonda; Delany has coll. Driftglass(1971), novels The Star Pit(1967), The Tides of Lust(1973), Dhalgren(1975; N-1975 NEB), Triton(1976; N-1976 NEB), Stars in My Pocket Like Grains of Sand(1984; N-1987 CLA)
   Films: Illustrated Man, The  1969 AUG  mr  The Illustrated Man(1969), based on Ray Bradbury's 1951 book; dir. Jack Smight, stars Rod Steiger, Claire Bloom, & Robert Drivas; Delany's criticism colls. The Jewel-Hinged Jaw(1977), The American Shore(1978), Starboard Wine(1984)
   Prismatica (Hommage James Thurber)  1977 OCT  nv  N-1978 HUG, LOC; has colls. Distant Stars(1981), The Complete Nebula Award-Winning Fiction(1986), Driftglass/Starshards(1994), Atlantis: Three Tales(1995); novels Equinox(1994), The Mad Man(1994), Hogg(1995); see
Delany, Samuel R. & James Sallis  They Fly at Ciron  1971 JUN  nv  (1942- ; 1944- ) this story was expanded into the novel They Fly at Ciron(1993); Delany has Neveryon ser. Tales of Neveryon(1979), Neveryona(1983; N-1984 LOC), Flight from Neveryon(1985; N-1986 LOC), The Bridge of Lost Desire(1987)
Delap, Richard  Books  1975 JUL  br  (1942-1987) 5 best of anthologies, "are they the year's best?"; Carr: The Best S. F. of the Year #3; Wollheim: The 1974 Annual World's Best SF; del Rey: Best S. F. Stories of the Year, 3rd; Harrison & Aldiss: Best SF: 1973; Davis: The Year's Best Horror 2
   Harlan Ellison: Healing Art of Razorblade Fiction, The  1977 JUL  ar  critical appreciation of Ellison's work; Delap says that in "In Lonely Lands" (FUN 1959 JAN) "we find the key to understanding the secret of all that Harlan has ever written"; Delap a fan & book reviewer, has novel Shapes(1987) with Stan Lee
   Books  1977 OCT  br  Michael Bishop: Stolen Faces, & A Little Knowledge; Barry N. Malzberg: Down Here in the Dream Quarter; Robert Silverberg(ed): New Dimensions 7; Terry Carr(ed): Universe 7; Delap is editor of F&SF Review, co-editor of The Essential Harlan Ellison(1987)
   Books  1979 APR  br  essay: sf's first boom since the early 1950s; Charles L. Harness: Wolfhead(in F&SF 1977 NOV-DEC); Gore Vidal: Kalki: A Novel; Joanna Russ: The Two of Them; Kate Wilhelm: Somerset Dreams and Other Fictions
Dellinger, Paul  Werewolf of West Point, The  1978 JUL  ss  1st & only story in F&SF in Mr. Lazarus series, only other story in series in FAN 1980 JAN; graduated in 1960 from Roanoke College, VA; spent 3 years in the Army, mostly at West Point; now a newspaper reporter for The Roanoke Times
   To Reign in Hell  1979 JUN  ss 
Dembo, Arinn  Sisterhood of the Skin  1996 JUN  nv  1st sale; from Seattle; attended 1990 Clarion; has written some sf criticism; about story, "I suppose I was trying to capture my sense of commercial fishing as a continuous state of violence ... against Nature (&) the finer feelings which make us human"
Deming, Richard  Shape of Things That Came, The  1951 OCT  ss  (1915-1983) has pub. mystery short stories since novella "No Pockets in a Shroud" in Black Mask 1949 JAN, in New Detective Magazine, Manhunt, Detective Story Magazine, Pursuit, MSMM, Suspect, etc.
Demmon, Calvin  Switch, The  1965 FEB  vi  also in F&SF as Calvin W. Demmon; lives in Ingelwood, CA, works as a night-shift clerk in L.A. County's Juvenile Hall
Demmon, Calvin W.  Importance of Being Important, The  1963 MAR  vi  (1942- ) born in L.A., has BA in English from Univ. of California
   Fred  1963 AUG  vi  attends Oakland(CA) City College
   You Have to Stay Inside  1964 MAY  vi  also in F&SF as Calvin Demmon
Denton, Bradley  Music of the Spheres, The  1984 MAR  nv  (1958- ) his 1st professional sale; 1st story in Music Theme ser.; this story is "1 of 5 sf stories that make up my MA thesis; I've been fortunate to have James Gunn as my advisor on the project ..."; has 1980 BA in Astronomy & English from Kansas Univ.
   Top of the Charts  1985 MAR  ss  2nd & last story in Music Theme series; Denton was N-1984 JWCA, Best New Writer; he lives in Austin, TX
   Summer We Saw Diana, The  1985 AUG  ss 
   In the Fullness of Time  1986 MAY  nv  has 1st novel Wrack and Roll(1986; N-1987 LOC), a contemporary alternate world tale which portrays heavy-metal musicians as heroes in a world divided betw. the "straight" majority & the anti-authoritarian "wrackers," who are defined by their music(Clute)
   Killing Weeds  1986 NOV  nv 
   Hero of the Night, The  1988 JAN  ss  has interviews in LOC 1997 JAN(#432), & in Nova Express 1997 SUM; see his entry in C.A., vol.158, p.94-96
   Calvin Coolidge Home for Dead Comedians, The  1988 JUN  na  N-1988 NEB; 1989 HUG, LOC, novella; the life certain comedians might have/or may encounter after death, a tale that satirizes certain views held by our society & presents a rather dystopian view of heaven
   Sin-Eater of the Kaw, The  1989 JUN  nv  N-1990 LOC, novelette; has novel Buddy Holly Is Alive and Well on Ganymede(1991; W-1992 JWC; N-LOC), a rock and roll sf chase thriller with drive-in revivals and a resurrected Buddy Holly on every TV station(B&C)
   Chaff He Will Burn, The  1990 APR  ss 
   Jimmy Blackburn Flies a Kite  1990 OCT  ss  1st & only story in F&SF in Jimmy Blackburn ser.; other stories in ser. pub. in PLP #6 1990 & PLP 1991 AUG 17; stories coll. in fixup novel, Blackburn: A Novel(1993), about a serial murderer and his victims(reviewed in F&SF 1993 SEP, & OCT/NOV)
   Skidmore  1991 MAY  ss  has omnibus coll./boxed set, The Calvin Coolidge Home for Dead Comedians & A Conflagration Artist(1994; W-1995 WFA); coll. in Blackburn seriesOne Day Closer to Death(1998), in which story "Blackburn Bakes Cookies" was N-1998 STO
   Rerun Roy, Donna, and the Freak  1991 OCT/NOV  nv  has novel Lunatics(1996; N-1997 LOC), a fantasy novel about a recent widower who falls in love with a woman who turns out to be the goddess of the moon(CA, vol.158, p.95); has coll. of Jimmy Blackburn series, One Day Closer to Death(1998; N-1998 STO)
   Territory, The  1992 JUL  na  N-1992 NEB; 1993 HUG, LOC, WFA, novella; alternate history tale in which Mark Twain did not desert a Missouri guerilla band in 1861 to go west w. his brother, but was part of Quantrill's 1863 raid on Lawrence, KS; Denton attended Univ of Kansas in 1976
   We Love Lydia Love  1994 OCT/NOV  nv  story "evolved from my observation that people tend to indulge in the same kinds of self-destructive behaviors & relationships over & over again ..."; has novelette in Jimmy Blackburn series, Blackburn's Lady(2001 chap); see iv in SFC 2000 OCT/NOV(#208)

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