Author, editor, fan, and agent Frederik Pohl (b.1919) died on September 2. Pohl entered fandom in the 1930s, publishing his first poem in 1937. His career has spanned more than 75 years with numerous novels and short stories. In addition to being a prolific author, Pohl has worked as an editor, including the magazines If and Galaxy as well as several anthologies. He has represented many authors as an agent as well. Pohl has won every major award in the field, including the Hugo, Nebula, Grand Master, Hall of Fame, Sturgeon, Campbell, and more. His works include Gateway, Man Plus, and the autobiography The Way the Future Was. Pohl has recently been writing his memoirs on the blog The Way the Future Blogs and has continued to publish fiction.
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