Obituary: Frank K. Kelly

Author Frank K. Kelly (b. 1914) died on June 11, one day shy of his 96th birthday. Kelly began writing stories in 1931 when “Light Bender” appeared in Wonder Stories. Kelly published a total of ten stories over the next four years, three of which he would publish in his only collection, Starship Invincible in 1979. Kelly became a reporter and served in World War II before working for Harry Truman. He published several non-genre books. In 1996, Kelly was inducted into the First Fandom Hall of Fame.

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