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Catherine Faber: ISFDB lists: * "Name-Price" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Spring 1991] Dan Fabers: ISFDB lists: * "The Red Ray" [Amazing Stories Quarterly, Spring 1930] Mark Fabi: ISFDB lists (and has hotlinks to reviews): * Wyrm [New York: Bantam, 1997] ISBN 0-553-37871-6, $13.95, trade paperback Fabian: (1) Olivia's prankster servent in Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night"; (2) pseudonym of 1950's bobbysox singer; (3) socialist society, founded 1883, whose members included George Bernard Shaw and Sidney Webb, named after Roman general Quintus Fabius; (4) see Fantasy illustrators Chip and Stepgen fabian, below. Chip Fabian: Fantasy illustrator and collaborator with Stephen E. Fabian Chip Fabian ISFDB Steve Fabian, a.k.a. Stephen E. Fabian (1930-): Fantasy illustrator Stephen E. Fabian ISFDB Fable: {to be done}; see Aesop Epigrammatic or short tale whose characters are objects, animals, people, or gods, which usually illustrates a moral. Most "primitive" cultures have such works in their oral folk literature. In writing, fables include papyri in Egypt circa 1500 B.C., the works of Hesiod (8th Century B.C.), and most signifixcantly, Aesop. The Panchatantra (India, 3rd century A.D.) is a vast collection of fables. For modern examples, see: * La Fontaine (France, 17th Century) * Gay (England, 17th Century) * Lessing (Germany, 18th Century) * Thurber (U.S.A., 20th Century) For Fantasy about thinking/talking animals, see: BAMBI'S CHILDREN Fabled Beasts: {to be done} Fabled Land: see LOST LANDS Jean Henri Fabre [1823-1915]: Naturalist of France * Souvenirs entomologiques [1879-1907] 10-volumes, nonfiction, on insects; endless science fiction tales have been based, loosely or accurately, on the marvels first revealed to the general public herein Noah D. Fabricant (1904-?) American doctor/anthologist, co-edited "Great Science Fiction About Doctors" with Groff Conklin: no known home page Fabulation: {to be done} Robert Fabyan [?-1513]: Chronicler of England (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.328) C. R. Faddis: ISFDB lists: * "Caduceus" [Isaac Asimov's, Feb 1980] Clifton [Paul] Fadiman (15 May 1904-?) American Critic/essayist/broadcast personality, listed here for having edited the fascinating anthologies of fantasy, science fiction, and poetry about mathematics * Fantasia Mathematica [New York: Simon & Schuster, 1958] * The Mathematical Magpie [New York: Simon & Schuster, 1962] no known home page ISFDB points out that he also wrote the introductions to: * Great Stories of SF [1951] * Across the Sea of Stars [1959] Faerie: {to be done} Faerie Queene, Fairy Queen: see Edmund Spenser Fafner: Giant in Wagner's "Der Ring des Nibelungen", who was one of the contractors to Wotan who built Valhalla. He and his brother Fasolt ask for their payment, per contract, of Freya, but are negotiated down to Alberich's golden ring. Fafner then murders his brother and morphs into a dragon, to guard the ring and related traseure trove. After several hours of song, he's killed by Siegfried. In the original Norse myth, the name was Fafnir, he was an only child, he started as a dragon, and the gold belonged to Andvari. Call it poetic license to make these few little changes... The Fair God: historical novel [1873] by Lew Wallace, about Cortez versus Montezuma. The title character is the air god Quetzalcoatl. The novel was rigorously rsearched for three decades, and was an instant best-seller. Fairy: {to be done} Fairy Bride: {to be done} Fairy Godmother: {to be done} Fairyland: see Faerie {to be done} Fairytale: {to be done} Fairy Time: {to be done} [Hon. Mr. Justice] Henry A[llan] Fagan (4 Aug 1889-?) South African judge/author, with moon adventure novel "Ninya" [London: J.Cape, 1956] : no known home page Tom Fagan: expert on comix and pulps; nonfiction article: * "One on All and All on One" [All in Color for a Dime, eds. Richard A. Lupoff and Don Thompson, New Rochelle, New York: Arlington House, 1970] ISBN 0-87000-062-4, $11.95, hardcover {I strongly recommend this book on the history of comix} Ken Fagg, full name Kenneth Fagg: SF illustrator of the 1950s Ken Fagg ISFDB Rebel Fagin: ISFDB lists: * "Guiseppie's Antiques" [Eldritch Tales, No.18, 1989] D. O. Fagunwa, full name Daniel Olorunfemi Faguna (circa 1900-1963): One of the leading Fantasy authors (in Yoruba) of Nigeria (see also Amos Tutuola) (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.328) Richard Fahey: Fantasy/SF illustrator Richard Fahey ISFDB Lynne Taylor Fahnestalk: SF illustrator and artist, winner of the 1991 and 1993 Aurora Awards for Best Professional Artist Lynne Taylor Fahnestalk ISFDB Steve Fahnstalk: no known home page, but CompuServe e-mail e-mail Steve Fahnstalk Christopher Fahy: ISFDB lists: * "Matinee at the Flame" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Sep 1981] * "The Man in Black" [Frankenstein: The Monster Wakes, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, New York: DAW, 1993] ISBN 0-88677-584-1, $4.99 Donal Fahy: ISFDB lists: * "Der Romanisch Knabe in Koln" [Grotesque, ed. David Logan, Apr 1993] Patrick Fahy: * "Bad Memory" [Galaxy, Dec 1960] Kenneth W. Faig, Jr.: ISFDB lists: * Tales of the Lovecraft Collectors [Necronomicon Press, 1995] ISBN 0-940884-80-1, $5.95 Djinn Faine, pseudonym of Virginia Faine Russell: under this pseudonym she published short fiction including: * "Daughter of Eve" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1962] A. A. Fair, pseudonym of Erle Stanley Gardner Theordora Fair: ISFDB lists: * "Rescue Team Too Late for Ceres Prospector" [SF poetry] [the fractal, Issue 7, Summer 1997] Derek Kingston Fairbridge: ISFDB lists: * "The Thief's Dream" (Fantasy poetry) [On Spec, Summer 1996] Amos T Fairchild: Australian SF author; ISFDB lists: * "Housekeeping" [Alien Shores, eds. Peter McNamara and Margaret Winch, Aphelion Publications, 1994] ISBN 1-875346-09-0, $15.00 (USA) $19.95 (Australia), hardcover Peter Fairclough, anthologist of "Three Gothic Novels" (Penguin, 1968): no known home page Zabrina Faire, pseudonym of Florence Stevenson Henry W. A. Fairfield, pseudonym of Harold Standish Corbin Michael Fairless, pseudonym of Margaret Barber Lulbagh J[asper] Fairley: American Anthologist of * The Shadow on the Road [Paris, Hachette, 1977] Paul W. Fairman (1916-1977) American editor/author, many of whose stories appeared in Ziff-Davis magazines under house name "Ivar Jorgensen"; editor of "If" magazine (1952); no known home page. Novels: * Invasion from the Deep [1951] {only novel listed by ISFDB} * City Under the Sea [Pyramid, 1965], novelisation of the TV series "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" {hotlink to be done} * The Doomsday Exhibit [Lancer, 1971] * The Forgetful Robot [New York: Holt, 1968] * The Golden Ape under pseudonym "Adam Chase", co-author Milton Lesser, [Avalon, 1959] * I, the Machine [Lancer, 1968; Lode] * Rest in Agony [Monarch, 1963; Lancer] as I. Jorgensen a.k.a. The Diabolist [Lancer, 1973] * Ten from Infinity [Monarch, 1963] as I. Jorgensen a.k.a. The Deadly Sky [Pinnacle, 1970] a.k.a. Ten Deadly Men [Pinnacle, 1975] * The World Grabbers [Monarch, 1964] * Whom the Gods Would Slay [Belmont, 1968] as I. Jorgensen Short Fiction: * "No Teeth for the Tiger" [Amazing, Feb 1950] * "The Broken Doll" [Fantastic Adventures, July 1950] * "Invasion from the Deep" [Fantastic Adventures, May 1951] * "The Man with the Clutching Hand" [Fantastic Adventures, Aug 1951] * "The Man Who Stopped at Nothing" [Fantastic Adventures, Nov 1951] * "The Missing Symbol" [Fantastic, Nov-Dec 1952] * "The Woman in Skin 13" [Fantastic Adventures, June 1952] * "Strange Blood" [Amazing, Mar 1952] * "The Secret of Gallows Hill" [Fantastic Adventures, Jan 1952] * "Brothers Beyond the Void" [Fantastic Adventures, Mar 1952; Worlds of Tomorrow, ed. August Derleth, Pellegrini Cudahy, 1953, $3.95, hardcover; Worlds of Tomorrow, ed. August Derleth, Weidenfeld Nicolson, 1955, hardcover; Worlds of Tomorrow, ed. August Derleth, Berkley, 1958, paperback; Worlds of Tomorrow, ed. August Derleth, Four Square Books, 1963, hardcover] * "Someday They'll Give Us Gunns" [Fantastic, Summer 1952] * "This Is My Son" [Amazing, July 1968] * "The Smashers" [Fantastic, Aug 1955] * "One Man to Kill" [Amazing, Sep 1955] * "The Cosmic Frame" [Amazing, May 1955] * "Beyond the Black Horizon" [Fantastic, June 1955] * "All Walls Were Mist" [Fantastic, Dec 1955] * "Black Blockade" [Fantastic, Feb 1956] * "The Body Hunters" [Fantastic, Feb 1959] Nonfiction: * "Editorial" [Worlds of If Science Fiction, Mar 1952] * "Editorial" [Worlds of If Science Fiction, Sep 1952] * "Editorial: Low Man on the Asteroid" [Fantastic, June 1956] * "Editorial: In Defense of Day-Dreamers" [Fantastic, Aug 1956] * "Editorial: Low Man on the Asteroid" [Fantastic, Oct 1956] * "Editorial: Low Man on the Asteroid" [Fantastic, Dec 1956] * "Editorial: Low Man on the Asteroid: Things We've Always Wondered About" [Fantastic, Feb 1957] * "Editorial: Low Man on the Asteroid: "20 Million Miles to Earth" [Fantastic, July 1957] * "Editorial: Low Man on the Asteroid" [Fantastic, Dec 1957] * "Editorial: Fantastic Is Going to Move" [Fantastic, Jan 1958] * "Editorial: There's an Old Axiom" [Fantastic, Mar 1958] * "Editorial: You'd Be Surprised" [Fantastic, Apr 1958] * "Editorial: It Might Appear" [Fantastic, June 1958] Eugenia Fakinou: Fantasy novelist of Greece, with 4 novels, only one translated into English (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, pp.333-334) Blas Falconer: ISFDB lists: * "Amparo" [the fractal, Spring 1994] Kenneth Falconer, pseudonym of Cyril Kornbluth Lanoe Falconer: pseudonym of Mary Elizabeth Hawker (1848-1918): British author: * Mademoiselle Ixe [1890] short novel * Cecilia de Noel [1891] short ghost novel (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.334) Stuart Falconer: ISFDB lists: * "Familiars" [Interzone, Jan/Feb 1990] * "Fugue and Variations" [Interzone, July 1994] Katrina Faldt-Larsen: ISFDB lists: * "Mother's Day" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1970] Falerina: a witch in Boiardo's "Orlando Innamorato", whose domain is the magic garden Orgagna. Orlando, in a book, finds a counter-spell, breaks her spell, and makes her do whatever he wants for a while... Jacqueline F. Falkenhan: ISFDB lists: * "Songs of the Soul" [Galaxy, #7, 1995] revived Galaxy under E.J. Gold L. Falkenstern, a.k.a. Lisa Falkenstern: Fantasy illustrator L. Falkenstern ISFDB John Meade Falkner [1858-1932]: antiquarian novelist of England, with several books of adventures for boys. Listed here for: * The Lost Stradavarius [1895] musical setting, possession by demons Fall From Grace: see Eden; Adam and Eve The Fall of the House of Usher: 1839 story by Edgar Allan Poe L. M. Fallaw, African satire: * The Ugglians [New York: Philosophical Library, 1957] : no known home page Charles Fallis, full name Charles S. Fallis: SF illustrator Charles Fallis ISFDB Noah Falstein: Computer Game designer; Executive Producer, DreamWorks Interactive; no known home page, Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Noah Falstein: Index to at least 2 publications Poetry: * "Star Trek, The Motion Picture" [Isaac Asimov's, July 1982] * "Alien" [Isaac Asimov's, July 1982] e-mail Noah Falstein Kelly Faltermayer: SF illustrator Kelly Faltermayer ISFDB Familiar: supernaturally bound spirit, such as a witch's cat Famous Fantastic Mysteries (Sep 1939-Jun 1953): see Magazines Famous Film Series (1964): see Magazines Famous Monsters of Filmland (Jan 1958-present): Famous Monsters of Filmland : see Magazines Famous Science Fiction (Winter 19966/67-Winter 1968/69): see Magazines Jane S. Fancher, full name Jane Suzanne Fancher (1952-): e-mail Jane S. Fancher Novels: * the "Groundties" series: * Ground Ties [1991] * Uplink [1992] * Harmonies of the Net [1991] * the "Dance of the Rings" series: * Ring of Lightning [1995] * Ring of Intrigue [1997] * the "Gate of Ivrel" series, adapted from C. J. Cherryh * Gate of Ivrel: Claiming Rites [1987] * Gate of Ivrel: Fever Dreams [1987] Jane S. Fancher@sff.net Jane S. Fancher @ Dragon*Con Fanciful Tales (Fall 1936): see Magazines Fancy: In the aesthetics of the Romantics, especially in England, this is the mental ability to ingeniusly and playfully combine sensation, impression, observation, and other raw materials, and transmute them into Art. Coleridge, in "Biographia Literaria" contrasted this with "Imagination." He held that Imagination was infinitely superior to Fancy, for its capacity to transcend its source material. Jerry Fandel: Member of Horror Writers of America Jerry Fandel Neal Fandex: ISFDB lists: * "Number 105" [Eldritch Tales, Spring 1991 Bron Fane, pseudonym of Robert L. Fanthorpe Fangorn: Fantasy illustrator Fangorn ISFDB Robert Lionel Fanhope, pseudonym of Robert L. Fanthorpe Sean Patrick Fannon @ Dragon*Con Fantascienza, Italy (Nov 1954-May 1955): see Magazines Fantasia: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1940]; animation {to be done}; Walt Disney Fantasia e Fantascienza (Dec 1962-Oct 1963): see Magazines Fantasia del Futuro, Mexico (in Spanish): see Magazines Fantasie en Wetenschap, Netherlands (in Dutch) (Dec 1948-Mar 1949): see Magazines Fantasies of History: {to be done} Fantastic (the word itself): {to be done} Fantastic (Summer 1952-?): see Magazines Fantastic Adventures (May 1939-Mar 1953): see Magazines Fantastic Adventures Quarterly (Winter 1941-Fall 1943, Summer 1948- Spring 1951): see Magazines Fantastic Monsters of the Films (1962-1963): see Magazines Fantastic Novels (July 1940-Apr 1941, Mar 1948-June 1951): see Magazines Fantastic Science Fiction (Aug & Dec 1952): see Magazines Fantastic Science Fiction (Stories), see Fantastic The Fantastic Science Thriller, British: see Magazines Fantastic Stories of Imagination, see Fantastic Fantastic Story Magazine (Spring 1950-Winter 1951): see Magazines Fantastic Story Quarterly, see Fantastic Story Magazine Fantastic Universe Science Fiction (Jun/July 1953-Mar 1960): see Magazines Fantastic Voyages: THERE AND BACK AGAIN: leave our world for a more magical one Fantastica, Spain (1948): see Magazines Fantasy: the word and the genre: {to be done} Fantasy, British (1938-1939): see Magazines Fantasy, British (Dec 1946-Aug 1947): see Magazines Fantasy Association: {to be done} Fantasy Book (1947-1951, plus a second incarnation produced at Caltech, and in which I appeared): see Magazines Fantasy Fiction (Magazine) (Feb 1953-Nov 1953): see Magazines Fantasy Games: see Games Fantasy Island: see SF/Fantasy TV [1978-1984] Fantasyland: {to be done} Fantasy Magazine, see Fantasy Fiction (Magazine) Fantasy of Manners: {to be done} The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Fantasy & Science Fiction (Index) : see Magazines Fantasy Stories, see Fantasy Fiction Fantasy Tales: British small-press magazine; to be added to magazines page {to be done}: see Magazines Hans Fantel: ISFDB lists: * "The Arts: Books" [Omni, Apr 1983] Robert Lionel Fanthorpe (9 Feb 1935-?) dreadfully prolific British schoolmaster/author, with pseudonyms including Lionel Roberts, Trebor Thrope, Leo Brett, Bron Fane, Pel Torro, and under house-names John E. Muller and Karl Zeigfreid: no known home page Short Fiction: (bizarrely, ISFDB lists only 2 total publications by Fanthorpe): * "Priest-King of Tarxien" [Interzone, May 1996] coauthor Patricia Fanthorpe * "A Pattern of Pyramids" [Fantasy Stories, ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson Children's Books, 1996] coauthor Patricia Fanthorpe ISBN 1-85487-452-7, 4.99 Patricia Fanthorpe: see coauthor Robert Lionel Fanthorpe, above Sheridan le Fanu, a.k.a. J. Sheridan Le Fanu, real name of stylish fantasist, also pseudonym of A. W. Derleth for one story in Weird Tales: a leading 19th Century supernatural author, most recently listed for: * "Ghosts for Christmas: The Dead Sexton" (1871) [Fantasy & Science Fiction, January 1957] Michael Faraday [1791-1867]: great chemist and physicist of England, who was also the great science writer and lecturer of his day (as Asimov and Clarke are in our time). Further, he wrote science poetry. Jack Faragassi: illustrator, ISFDB typo for Jack Faragasso or vice versa Jack Faragassi ISFDB Jack Faragasso: illustrator, ISFDB typo for Jack Faragassi or vice versa Jack Faragasso ISFDB Sharon N. Farber: best known for humorous short fiction; no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Short Fiction: * "Born Again" [Isaac Asimov's, May-June 1978] * "From the Lunatech Admissions Committee" [Isaac Asimov's, Nov 1979] * "Trans Dimensional Imports" [Isaac Asimov's, Aug 1980] * "Ann Atomic's Space Cases" [Isaac Asimov's, May 1980] * "When the Old Man Waves the Banner" [Isaac Asimov's, June 1981] * "Son of Space Cases" [Isaac Asimov's, Jan 1981] * "Son of ETAOIN SHRDLU: More Adventures in Type and Space" [Isaac Asimov's, Jun 1981] * "Halfway" [Isaac Asimov's, Jan 1982] * "Ann Atomic, Psychopathologist" [Isaac Asimov's, May 1982] * "A Surfeit of Melanchloic Humours" [Isaac Asimov's, Mar 1984] * "Post Haste" [Isaac Asimov's, Feb 1984] * "Passing as a Flower in the City of the Dead" [Universe 14, ed. Terry Carr, Doubleday, 1984] ISBN 0-385-19134-0, $11.95, hardcover * "Rolls Rex, King of Cars" [Amazing, Sep 1985] * "Return of the Dust Vampires" [Blood Is Not Enough, ed. Ellen Datlow, Grafton, 1990] ISBN 0-586-20852-6, 4.50 * "MS. Found in a Cruet Set" [Amazing, Jan 1985] * "Money Trouble" [Amazing, July 1986] * "Billy Jean And The Big Bird" [Amazing, May 1986] * "And Visions of Sugar Plums..." [Amazing, Nov 1986] * "Ice Dreams" [Isaac Asimov's, Mar 1987] * "Billy Jean At Sea" [Amazing, July 1987] * "On the Edge" [Omni, Dec 1988; Orbit SF Yearbook 2, ed. David S. Garnett, Orbit, 1989] ISBN 0-7088-8316-8, 4.99 * "The Last Thunder Horse West of the Mississippi" [Isaac Asimov's, Nov 1988] * "The Turf" [Amazing, Mar 1989] * "Space Aliens Saved My Marriage" [Isaac Asimov's, Dec 1990] * "The Sixty-Five Million Year Sleep" [Amazing, June 1991] * "The Coyote Recreation" [Isaac Asimov's, Dec 1991] * "The July Ward" [Isaac Asimov's, Apr 1991; Nebula Awards 28, ed. James Morrow, Harcourt Brace & Company, 1994] ISBN 0-15-600039-3, $12.95, paperback; and 0-15-100082-4, hardcover * "Why I Shot Kennedy" [Isaac Asimov's, Oct 1992] * "Advice" [Asimov's, Aug 1993] * "Thorri the Poet's Saga" [Asimov's, June 1995] * "Resolve and Resistance" [Omni, Mar 1995; The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Ninth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's, 1996] ISBN 0-312-14449-0, $27.95, hardcover 0-312-14450-4, $17.95, trade paperback * "Radiomancer and Bubblegum" [Realms of Fantasy, Aug 1995] * "Mission Rescue Merlin" [Realms of Fantasy, Feb 1995] * "Mortal Clay" [Asimov's, Apr 1996] * "Knight Squadron" [Castle Fantastic, eds. John DeChancie and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1996] ISBN 0-88677-686-4, $5.99 ($6.99 Canada) * "Gifts" [Asimov's, Dec 1996] * "Sins of the Mothers" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1997] * "The Nostalginauts" [Asimov's, Mar 1997] * "Wild Child" [Asimov's, Mar 1998] * "I Borrow Dave's Time Machine" [Science Fiction Age, Mar 1998] Marie C. Farca: * Complex Man [Doubleday, 1973] * Earth [Doubleday, 1972] Far Future: {to be done}; see also Dying Earth Oliver la Farge: * "Spud and Cochise" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1957] * "John the Revelator" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1951] * "The Time Walker" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1953] Jerry Fargo: Fantasy illustrator Jerry Fargo ISFDB Patrick Faricy: SF illustrator Patrick Faricy ISFDB Daniel Faris: ISFDB lists: * Grindhouse [1997] nonfiction, co-author Eddie Muller B. L. Farjeon, full name Benjamin Leopold Farjeon (1833-1903): British author, best known for Mystery/Detective thrillers and some supernatural fiction; father of Eleanor Farjeon (see below), Herbert Farjeon (see below) and J. J. Farjeon (see below): * Shadows on the Snow: a Christmas Story [New Zealand: 1886] chapbook * Christmas Angel [1884] * Christmas Stories [1874] story collection * The Shield of Love [1884, 1891] * Devlin the Barber [1888] supernatural * A Strange Enchantment [1889] supernatural Mystery/Detective * The Last Tenant [1893] cat's ghost * Something Occurred [1893] * The Clairvoyante [1905] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.342) Eleanor Farjeon (1881-1965): no known home page British author/playwright, sister of J. J. Farjeon (see below), co-author with brother Herbert of musical play "The Glass Slipper" (1946), also wrote ghost stories and childrens' books: Children's Books: * The "Martin Pippin" series * the "Basil Blackwell Continuous Stories" series Adult Books: * Pan-Worship and Other Poems [1908] poetry chapbook * The Soul of Kol Nikon [1914, 1923] Fantasy novel * Gypsy and Ginger [1920] Urban Fantasy (London) * The Fair of St.James: A Fantasia [1932] * Ariadne and the Bull [1945] * Arthur Rackham: The Wizard at Home [1914] nonfiction about the artist * Faithful Jenny Dove and Other Tales [1925] story collection * Humming Bird: A Novel [1936] * Room at the Inn: A Christmas Masque [1956] chapbook (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, pp.342-343) Herbert Farjeon (1887-1945): British playwright, son of B. L. Farjeon, brother of Eleanor Farjeon (see above), and J. J. Farjeon (see below) (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.342) J[oseph] Jefferson Farjeon (4 Jun 1883-6 Jun 1955) British mystery novelist and short story author, with over 80 novels published, many blending Mystery and Romance genres, often under the pseudonym "Anthony Swift" one definite SF novel is "Death of a World" (London: Collins, 1948) about aliens coming too late to Earth, brother of Eleanor Farjeon (see above): no known home page William E. Fark: ISFDB lists: * "Hessie and the Spaced-Out Demon" [Fantastic, July 1979] David Farland: * The Runelords [Tor, July 1998] ISBN 0-312-86653-4, $25.95, hardcover A. C. Farley, a.k.a. Craig Farley (?): SF/Fantasy illustrator A. C. Farley ISFDB Donna Farley: ISFDB lists: * "Astronomical Odds" [On Spec, Winter 1991] * "Light One Candle" [On Spec, Fall 1992] * "Father Vadim's Angel" [Worlds of Fantasy and Horror, #3, Summer 1996] Ralph Farley, full name Ralph Milne Farley: actually a pseudonym for Roger Sherman Hoar (1887-1963): Physicist, degrees from Harvard University, sports reporter for "Boston Daily Post" State Senator for Wisconsin (according to Donald Tuck) or Massachusetts (according to John Clute) Ralph [Milne] Farley @ AlphaRalpha * The Hidden Universe [Fantasy Public Company, Inc., 1950] $3.00, hardcover * The Omnibus of Time [Fantasy Public Company, Inc., 1950] 14 stories * Strange Worlds [Fantasy Public Company, Inc., 1952] story collection 2 novels: Hidden Universe & Radio Man * The "Myles Cabot" series: * The Radio Man [Fantasy Public Company, Inc., 1948] $3.00, hardcover a.k.a An Earthman on Venus [Avon, 1950] paperback * The Radio Beasts [Ace, 1964] #F-304, $0.40, paperback * The Radio Planet [Ace, 1964] #F-312, $0.40, paperback Short Fiction: * "The Time Traveller" [The Omnibus of Time] TIME TRAVEL * "The Danger From the Deep" [Astounding, Aug 1931] * "The Golden City (Excerpt)" [The Omnibus of Time] * "Smothered Seas" [Astounding, Jan 1936; The Red Peri, ed. Stanley G. Weinbaum, Fantasy Press, 1952; A Martian Odyssey and Other Science Fiction Tales, eds. Stanley G. Weinbaum and Sam Moskowitz, Hyperion, 1974] * "Liquid Life" (1936) [Great Stories of SF, ed. Murray Leinster, Random House, 1951; Best of Science Fiction, ed. Groff Conklin, Crown, 1946; Mutants, ed. Robert Silverberg, Thomas Nelson/ Science Fiction Book Club, 1974] * "Black Light" [Astounding, Aug 1936] * "A Month a Minute" [The Omnibus of Time] * "The Invisible Bomber" [The Omnibus of Time] * "Time for Sale" [Androids, Time Machines and Blue Giraffes, ed. Roger Elwood, Follett, 1973; The Omnibus of Time] * "Revolution of 1950" [The Red Peri, ed. Stanley G. Weinbaum Fantasy Press, 1952; A Martian Odyssey and Other Science Fiction Tales eds. Stanley G. Weinbaum and Sam Moskowitz, Hyperion, 1974] * "The House of Ecstasy" [Weird Tales, April 1938; The Other Worlds, ed. Philip D. Stong, New York: W. Funk, 1941] $2.50, hardcover * "The Stratosphere Menace" [Weird Tales, Mar 1939] * "The Conquest of the Impossible" [Startling Stories, Nov 1939] * "We, the Mist" a.k.a. "The Living Mist" [Strange Worlds; Amazing, Sep 1971] * "The Time-Wise Guy" [The Omnibus of Time] TIME TRAVEL * "Rescue Into the Past" [The Omnibus of Time] TIME TRAVEL * "Test Tube Twin" [Weird Tales, Jan 1941] * "I Killed Hitler" [The Omnibus of Time] * "The Immortality of Alan Whidden" [Amazing, Feb 1942; The Omnibus of Time] * "Holy City of Mars" [Fantastic Adventures, May 1942] * "Stranded in Time" [The Omnibus of Time] TIME TRAVEL * "The Revenge of the Great White Lodge" [The Omnibus of Time] * "The Radio War (First Chapter)" [The Omnibus of Time] * "The Man Who Met Himself" [The Omnibus of Time] TIME TRAVEL * "The Man Who Lived Backwards" [The Omnibus of Time] TIME TRAVEL * "The Man Who Could Turn Back the Clock" [The Omnibus of Time; 100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978] TIME TRAVEL * "The Hidden Universe (Excerpt)" [The Omnibus of Time] Poetry: * "The End of the World" [The Omnibus of Time] Nonfiction: * "After Math" [The Omnibus of Time] James Farlow: * "The Demythologized Lycanthropist" [Analog, May 1977] fiction * "The Paradigmatic Dragon-Slayers" [Analog, July 1978] as James O. Farlow Arthur Farmer, pseudonym of Jack Jardine Nancy Farmer: Young Adult author; ISFDB lists: Novels: * Do You Know Me [Orchard Books, 1993] ISBN 0-531-05474-8, $15.95, hardcover [Puffin Books, 1994] ISBN 0-140-36946-5, $3.99, paperback * The Ear, The Eye, and the Arm [Dolphin, 1996] ISBN 1-85881-289-5, 4.99, paperback [Penguin/Puffin, 1995] ISBN 0-14-037641-0, $4.99, trade paperback [Orchard, 1994] 0-531-06829-3, $18.95 My 9-year-old son won a copy of this for being Student of the Month at his school. He tells me that it is set more than 200 years in the future and deals with three mutant detectives in Africa * The Warm Place [Orion/Dolphin, 1997] ISBN 1-85881-267-4, 3.99 [Penguin/Puffin, 1996] 0-14-037956-8, $3.99, trade paperback * Runnery Granary [Dial Books, Sep 1998] ISBN 0-803-71929-9 * A Girl Named Disaster [Orchard, 1996] ISBN 0-531-08889-8, $19.95, hardcover Short Fiction: * "Origami Mountain" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1992; The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Sixth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's, 1993] ISBN 0-312-09422-1, $16.95, trade paperback * Runnery Granary [1996] * Sim Webb, Casey Jones's Fireman [Dial Books for Young Readers, Sep 1998] Nick Farmer: SF illustrator Nick Farmer ISFDB Penelope Farmer (1939-?) British author of juvenile magic novels * The Magic Stone [1964] * Daedalus and Icarus [1971] * The Serpent's Teeth: The Story of Cadmus [1971] * The Story of Persephone [1972] * A Castle of Bone [1972] * William and Mary [1974] * Heracles [1975] * Year King [1977] * Eve: Her Story [1985] * Glasshouses [1988] * Thicker than Water [1989] * Stone Croc [1991] * the "Charlotte and Emma" series: * The Summer Birds [1962] * Emma in Winter [1966] * Charlotte Sometimes [1969] : no known home page (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.343) Philip Jose Farmer, born North Terre Haute IN 26 Jan 1918, son of George Farmer and Lucile Theodora Jackson, married Elizabeth Andre 10 May 1941, children Philip Laird, Kristen, author 70 books..., BA 1950 Bradley U., technical writer, Hugo Awards 1953, 1968, 1972 Philip Jose Farmer page by Michael Croteau Philip Jose Farmer @ AlphaRalpha Hugo Award: 1963? "The Unreasoning Mask" (1980) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle In the 1976 Locus poll, asking readers to nominate their favorite author, Philip Jose Farmer came in tied for #17 (with 41 votes), confirming his leadership position at #14 with a similar poll in 1973. Regarding the "Riverworld" series, See "Afterlife" in: THEOLOGY Randall Allen Farmer: no known home page, Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America * "Sugar Twin" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Summer 1990] * "A Slinger's Solution" [Analog, Nov 1990] Joseph Farnan: ISFDB lists: * "The Pod" [Amazing, Jan 1981] Alice Farnham: ISFDB lists: * "Black as the Night" [Weird Tales, Nov 1952] "Farnham's Freehold" -- peculiar novel by Robert A. Heinlein, about which there is some current debate about the extent to which it is racist versus anti-racist. Jeffery Farnol (10 Feb 1878-9 Aug 1952) American novelist of, mostly, swashbucklers and romances, plus the fantasy anthology * The Shadows and Other Stories (Boston: Little Brown, 1932) Duncan Farnsworth, pseudonym of David W. O'Brien; short fiction under this pseudonym: * "Return of the Space Hawk" [Amazing, May 1941] * "Mystery of the Mummy" [Amazing, Sep 1941] as Duncan H. Farnsworth * "Suicide Ship to Earth" [Amazing, Feb 1942] * "Lord of the Crystal Bow" [Amazing, May 1942] * "Flight from Farisha" [Amazing, Nov 1942] Mona Farnsworth: ISFDB lists: * "Who Wants Power?" [Unknown, Mar 1939] * "Whatever" [Unknown, May 1939] * "The Joker" [Unknown, July 1939] * "Are You There?" [Unknown, Nov 1940] * "All Roads" [Unknown, Aug 1940; Editor's Choice in Science Fiction, ed. Sam Moskowitz, McBride, 1954] Hardcover Caroline Farr, pseudonym of Alan Geoffrey Yates John Farr, pseudonym of Jack Webb Russell B. Farr: ISFDB lists: * "An Eidolon Interview with Howard Waldrop" [Eidolon, No.22/23, July/Oct 1996 double issue a.k.a Winter 1996] Phil Farrand: * The Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers, Vol II [Science Fiction Book Club, 1996] media nonfiction, $9.98, hardcover M. A. C. Farrant: ISFDB lists: * "The Children Do Not Yet Know" [On Spec, Fall 1992] * "Fish" [On Spec, Spring 1993] * "Family Harmony" [On Spec, Winter 1993] Ned Farrar: ISFDB lists: * "Beyond the Volcano" [Analog, Sep 1996] James T. Farrell: ISFDB lists: * "A Benefactor of Humanity" [Annual Best SF 10, ed. Judith Merril, London: Mayflower-Dell, 1965; New York: Delacorte, 1965] hardcover John Farrell: * "Sturm Clusters" [Aboriginal, Winter 1993] John Wade Farrell, pseudonym of John D. MacDonald Joseph Farrell: ISFDB lists: * "Secret Weapon" [Startling Stories, Fall 1943] * "Blackout" [Planet Stories, Winter 1943] * "Mind-Stealers of Pluto" [Planet Stories, Winter 1944] * "Men Without a World" [Planet Stories, Fall 1944] * "The Bard of Ceres" [Startling Stories, Spring 1944] * "The Hero" [Astounding, Oct 1948] * "The Ethical Way" [Galaxy, Mar 1958] * "Security Plan" [Galaxy, Apr 1959] Liz Farrell, medical editor living in Brooklyn, New York, whose most recent fiction sales are: * "Map of the Worlds", Tomorrow SF, Feb 1997 * "Night Train" [The Silver Web, Issue 14, 1997] David Farren: Fantasy illustrator David Farren ISFDB Mick Farren (1943-): one blurb describes him as "a hopelessly unreconstructed side effect of the late sixties and seventies who still entertains the absurd idea that a writer should be some swashbuckling Byronic figure who has quite as much fun as any of his characters. Accordingly, he continues to play rock 'n' roll in the saloons of New York, drinks too much, wears a lot of black, and still harbors a desire to be rich and famous before his excesses catch up with him." Your Humble Webmaster and his wife have enjoyed Mick Farren's company in the greater Los Angeles area. I most recently saw him at 22 June 1997 exclusive: Allen Ginsberg Memorial Celebration Novels: * The Texts of Festival [Avon, 1975] * Synaptic Manhunt [1976] * The Neural Atrocity [1977] * The Feelies [1978; 1Ballantine Del Rey, 1990] ISBN 0-345-36186-5, $3.95 * The Long Orbit, a.k.a. "Exit Funtopia" [New York: Ballantine Del Rey, 1988, 1990] ISBN 0-345-35318-8, $3.95 * Their Master's War [New York: Ballentine, date ???] * The Armageddon Crazy [Orbit, 1990] ISBN 0-7474-0470-4, 3.50 [New York: Ballantine Del Rey, 1989] ISBN 0-345-35316-1, $3.95, pb] * The Quest of the DNA Cowboys [1976] * Phaid the Gambler, a.k.a. "The Song of Phaid the Gambler" [NEL, 1987] ISBN 0-450-05343-1, 3.95 [Ace, 1986, 1987] ISBN 0-441-66232-3, $3.50 * Protectorate [London: NEL, 1987] ISBN 0-450-05708-9, 2.95 [Ace, 1985] ISBN 0-441-68680-X, $2.75 * The Last Stand of the DNA Cowboys [Orbit, 1990] ISBN 0-7474-0469-0, 3.50 [New York: Ballentine/Del Rey, 1989] ISBN 0-345-35808-2, $3.95 * Corpse, a.k.a. "Vickers" [NEL, 1986] ISBN 0-450-05841-7, 2.50 * Their Master's War [Ballantine Del Rey, 1989] 0-345-34554-1, $3.95 [1988, Sphere, 1988] ISBN 0-7474-0269-8, 3.50 [Ballantine/Del Rey, 1988] ISBN 0-345-34554-1, $3.50 * Mars - The Red Planet [Ballantine Del Rey, 1990] ISBN 0-345-35809-0, $3.95 * Necrom [Ballantine Del Rey, 1991] ISBN 0-345-36185-7, $4.95 * The Time of Feasting [Tor, 1991] 0-312-86213-X, $23.95, hardcover Nonfiction: * The Tale of Willy's Rats [1974] Short Fiction: * The Great Elvis Presley Look-Alike Murder Mystery" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Oct 1981] Claude Farrere (1876-1957) pseudonym of Charles Bargone, well-known mainstream author in France, who also wrote at least two Fantasy/Science Fiction novels: * The House of the Secret * Useless Hands Short Fiction: * "The Idol and the Rajah" [Weird Tales, Aug 1935] : no known home page? Geoffrey Farrington: pseudonym of Geoffrey Smith (1955-): British author: Novels: * The Revenants [1983] vampires * The Acts of the Apostates [1990] Neronian Rome (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.344) Short Fiction: ISFDB lists: * "Little St. Hugh" [Tales of the Wandering Jew, ed. Brian Stableford, Dedalus, 1991] ISBN 0-946626-71-5, $8.99, trade paperback John Farris: ISFDB lists: Books: * Dragonfly [London: Severn House, 1997] ISBN 0-7278-5159-4, 17.99, hardcover * Scare Tactics [Tor, 1988] story collection, ISBN 0-312-93085-2, $17.95 Short Fiction: * "The Odor of Violets" [Scare Tactics] * "Horrorshow" [Scare Tactics] * "Elvisland" [Grails: Visitations of the Night, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, NAL/Roc, 1994] ISBN 0-451-45304-2, $9.95, trade paperback James S. Farrow, pseudonym of E. C. Tubb Far Seeing: scrying; EXTRA-SENSORY PERCEPTION: telepathy, psi, other paths to the mind Daniel Farson (1927-): Bram Stoker was his great-uncle; ISFDB lists: * The Man Who Wrote Dracula [New York: St.Martin's, 1976] nonfiction, $8.95 Fasolt: see Fafner Carlton S. Fassbinder, pseudonym of T. Bruce Yerke H. E. Fassl, a.k.a. Harry Fassl: Fantasy/Horror illustrator H. E. Fassl ISFDB Howard [Melvin] Fast (11 Nov 1914-?) American author, blacklisted for co-founding the Progressive Party, with magazine SF stories and collections including: * The Edge of Tomorrow [Bantam, 1961] 7 stories * The Hunter and the Trap [New York: Dial, 1967] 2 novels * The General Zapped an Angel [Morrow, 1969; Ace, 1970] 9 stories * Time and the Riddle: Thirty-One Zen Stories [Ward Ritchie, 1975] 31 stories * A Touch of Infinity [Morrow, 1973; Hall 1974; Daw] 13 stories Non-Science Fiction includes: * Citizen Tom Paine [1943] * Freedom Road [1944] * The American [1946] * The Naked God [1957] renunciation of, and attack on Communism * Spartacus [1958] best-seller made into hit movie Biography: Howard Fast, born New York City 11 Nov 1914, son of Barney Fast and Ida Miller, married Betty Cohen 6 Jun 1937, children Rachel Ann, Jonathan, author of nearly 50 books including Mystery and Science Fiction; George Washington High School (New York City), European correspondant for Esquire and Coronet magazines 1945, member overseas staff OWI 1942-43, Army film project 1944, Newspaper Guild Equality Award 1944, Emmy Award ("The Ambassador: Benjamin Franklin") 1974 Jonathan Fast, son of Howard Fast: * The Secrets of Synchronicity [Signet, 1977] a.k.a. Prisoner of the Planets [UK: 1980] * Mortal Gods [Harper, 1978] * The Inner Circle [1979] * The Beast [1981] ISFDB lists: Jon Fast: Short Fiction: * "Decay" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1975] * "Earthblossom" [New Constellations: An Anthology of Tomorrow's Mythologies, eds. Thomas M. Disch and Charles Naylor, Harper & Row, 1976] ISBN 0-06-011036-8, $8.95, hardcover Julius Fast (1918-?) anthologist: Anthology Edited: * Out of This World" [Penguin U.S.A. 1944] Novels: * The League of Grey-Eyed Women [Lippincott, 1970; Pyramid] Short Fiction: * "My Friend Merton" [Out of This World] * "Grow Old Along With Me" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1966] Steve Fastner: Fantasy illustrator Steve Fastner ISFDB Fata: [from Italian "fairy"] supernatural female in medieval romances, usually in the chain-of-command of Demogorgon Fata Morgana: (1) see Morgan le Fay; (2) also a mirage where objects are reflected above the ocean Fatal Raven: "Landeyda", the emblem on the standard of Denmark, shows this mystical bird, consecrated to wargod Odin; the legend is that it was first embroidered by Sigurd's grand-daughters, and that when the army of Denmark is about to be defeated in battle, the bird droops its wings; and if the bird stands erect and proud, victory awaits the warriors. Fate: the concept: {to be done} "Fate", occult/pseudoscience magazine Fate (Spring 1948-present?): see Magazines Fates: the triumvirate of Greek mythic women who control human and Gods' destiny; also known as the Parcae; daughters of Nyx [Night] they are oracular, omniscient, and interestingly parallel to the Norse myth's Norns (Urther=past, Verthandi=present, Skuld=future): * Clotho: spins one thread per life * Lachesis: weaves that thread into the rich tapestry of life * Atropos: cuts the thread with shears, and *zap!* you're dead Father Brown: Catholic Preist and part-time detective in the works of G. K. Chesterton Father Christmas: see Santa Claus Father William: comedic balld in Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland", parodying Robert Southey's "The Old Man's Comforts" [1799] John M[atthews] Faucette, Jr. (15 Sep 1943-) American author of: * The Age of Ruin [Ace, 1968] * the space-opera "Crown of Infinity" [Ace, 1968 * Siege of Earth [Unibook, 1971; Belmont] * The Warriors of Terra [Belmont, 1970] Robert Faulcon: pseudonym of Robert P. Holdstock (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.344) William Faulkner (1897-1962): Nobel laureate mainstream author who veered into SF/Fantasy with: Novels: * A Fable [1950] Christian allegory Short Fiction: * "A Rose for Emily" (1930) [The Dark Descent, ed. David G. Hartwell, Tor, 1987] trade paperback see also "Yoknapatawpha County"; he was also an influence on Science Fiction author Gregory Benford Faun: see Satyr, Faunus Faunus: Roman rural deity, grandson of saturn, who became identified with the Greek god Pan. Hawthorne's novel "The Marble Faun" hints ambiguously that the hero is a faun Raoul C[ohen] Faure (10 Sep 1909-?) Egypt-born Paris-educated American novelist, "Mister St.John" (New York: Harper, 1947) Faust: see Christopher Marlowe; see Goethe; see Opera {to be done} Alexander Faust, pseudonym of Harry Altshuler Christa Faust: ISFDB lists: * "Saved" [Young Blood, ed. Mike Baker, New York: Zebra Books, 1994] ISBN 0-821-74498-4, $4.50 ($5.50 Canada) * "Cherry" [Love in Vein, eds. Poppy Z. Brite and Martin H. Greenberg HarperPrism, 1995] ISBN 0-06-105490-9, $5.99 * "Skin Deep" [1995] * "Epiphany" [1995] * "Triads" [Millennium, ed. Douglas E. Winter [1997, HarperCollins Voyager, 1997; HarperPrism, 1997] ISBN 0-06-105246-9, $24.00 Frederick Faust (29 May 1892-13 may 1944) Spectacularly prolific American author who wrote under various pseudonyms, primarily "Max Brand" and responsible for over 25,000,000 words in print, including the books and films of "Dr.Kildare" and various SF/Fantasy items Joe Clifford Faust: ISFDB lists: Novels: * A Death of Honor [Science Fiction Book Club, #11010, 1987, hardcover; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1987] ISBN 0-345-34026-4, $3.50, paperback * Ferman's Devils [Bantam Spectra, 1996] ISBN 0-553-57621-6, $4.99 * Boddekker's Demons [Bantam Spectra, 1997] ISBN 0-553-57622-4, $5.99 Short Fiction: * "Pins" [Amazing, May 1990] * "Going to Texas (Extradition Version)" [Amazing, May 1992] Das Faustbuch: any of the German Volksbuch [folk books] about Dr.Faust Faustian: (1) relating to either the historical Dr.Faus, or any of his fictionalizations; (2) in modern use, the unstoppable lust to acquire unlimited knowledge and/or power Ernest Favenc, Fantasist in Australia: no known home page? Favonius: Roman mythic personification of the West Wind, identified with the Greek Zephyrus, and helpful to plant growth J. M. Favors: ISFDB lists: * "Set Point" [Twilight Zone Magazine, Sep/Oct 1984] Jerry Favretto: ISFDB lists: * "Varmints" [Aberrations, July 1994] F. Dubrez Fawcett, novel "Hole in Heaven" (London: Sidgwick Jackson, 1954) similar to the SF short story "Four in One" (multiple people in one body) William B. Fawcett (the man who packaged the book "Making Contact: A Serious Hanbook for Locating and Communicating With Extraterrestrials" for the major New York publisher William Morrow, published in July 1997; also an expert in military gaming; no known home page e-mail William B. Fawcett e-mail William B. Fawcett old ISFDB lists: Novels: * Cold Cash Warrior [1989] Anthologies Edited: * "The Fleet" series: * The Fleet [Ace, 1988] co-editor David Drake; ISBN 0-441-24086-0, $3.50 * Counterattack [Ace,1988] co-editor David Drake; ISBN 0-441-24087-9, $3.95 * Breakthrough [1989] * Sworn Allies [1990] * Total War [1990] * Crisis [1991] * Time Gate [Baen, 1989] co-editor: Robert Silverberg; ISBN 0-671-69850-8, $3.95 Short Fiction: * "Tradition" [The Fleet] * "Tactical Innovation" [The Fleet: Counterattack] * "Lincoln's Charge" [Alternate Presidents, ed. Mike Resnick, Tor, 1992] * "Way Out" [More Whatdunits, ed. Mike Resnick, DAW, 1993] ISBN 0-88677-557-4, $4.99 ($5.99 Canada) * "After the Comet" [Dinosaur Fantastic, eds. Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW and Science Fiction Book Club, 1993] ISBN 0-88677-566-3, $4.99 * "Demon Sword" [Excalibur, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, Warner Aspect, 1995] ISBN 0-446-67084-7, $14.99, trade paperback * Nonfiction: * various book reviews [Amazing, 1992] E. Douglas Fawcett: ISFDB lists: * "Hartmann the Anarchist (Part 1 of 2)" (1893) [Forgotten Fantasy, June 1971] 2nd half not republished H. P. Fawcett: ISFDB lists: * "Callahuaya's Curse" [Astounding, Oct 1933] Richard H. Fawcett: ISFDB lists: * "And the Dutchman Docked at Rotterdam" [Twilight Zone Magazine, July/Aug 1985] Farrah Fawkes, pseudonym of Andrew J. Offutt Michael Fayette: ISFDB lists: * "The Man on the Hill" [Infinity 1, ed. Robert Hoskins, Lancer, 1970] * "Savior Sole" [The Far-Out People, ed. Robert Hoskins, Signet, 1971] * "The Monster in the Clearing" [Infinity 2, ed. Robert Hoskins, Lancer, 1971] John Faylo: ISFDB lists: * "Procel's Eye" [Aberations, No. 14, 1993] Return to Authors F Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Fear (May & July 1960): see Magazines Kenneth Fearing: * Loneliest Girl in the World [Harcourt-Brace, 1951] Vern Fearing: ISFDB lists: * "Window to the West" [Amazing, May 1954] * "The Odyssey of Henry Thistle" [Fantastic, Jan/Feb 1954] John Russell Fearn (1908-1960): British author also known as Thornton Ayre, Dennis Clive, Volsted Gridban, Astron del Martia, Vargo Statten: * One Against Time [Paperback Library, 1970] as del Martia * Valley of Pretenders [Columbia, 1940? or 1942?] as Clive * The Voice Commands [Columbia, 1940?] as Clive * The Intelligence Gigantic [1943] * The Golden Amazon [1944; Harlequin, 1953; Gryphon Publications, 1996] ISBN 0-936071-62-1, $15.00, trade paperback * Other Eyes Watching [1946] * Slaves of Ijax (1947) * The Trembling World (1949) * The Golden Amazon Returns [Gryphon Publications, 1997] ISBN 0-936071-78-8, $15.00, trade paperback * Wanderers of Space (1950) * The Sun Makers (1950) * Operation Venus (1950) * Nebula X (1950) * The Micro-Men (1950) * Inferno! (1950) * The Cosmic Flame (1950) * Annihilation (1950) * 2000 Years On (1950) * Warrior of Mars [Gryphon Books, 1995] ISBN 0-936071-48-6, $15.00, trade paperback * Red Men of Mars [Gryphon Books, 1995] ISBN 0-936071-49-4, $15.00, trade paperback * Goddess of Mars [Gryphon Books, 1995] ISBN 0-936071-50-8, $15.00, trade paperback * Emperor of Mars (1950) * The Renegade Star (1951) * The Red Insects (1951) * The Petrified Planet (1951) * The New Satellite (1951) * The Devouring Fire (1951) * Deadline to Pluto (1951) * The Catalyst (1951) * Cataclysm (1951) * Born of Luna (1951) * The Avenging Martian (1951) * What Happened to Hammond? (1951) * Worlds to Conquer (1952) * To the Ultimate (1952) * The Time Trap (1952) * The Time Bridge (1952) * The Space Warp (1952) * The Man from Tomorrow (1952) * Laughter in Space (1952) * The Inner Cosmos (1952) * The G-Bomb (1952) * The Eclipse Express (1952) * De-Creation (1952) * Across the Ages (1952) * A Thing of the Past (1953) * Scourge of the Atom (1953) * The Purple Wizard (1953) * Moons for Sale (1953) * The Master Must Die (1953) * The Magnetic Brain (1953) * Exit Life (1953) * The Dyno-Depressant (1953) * Zero Hour (1953) * Ultra Spectrum (1953) * Pioneer 1990 (1953) * Odyssey of Nine (1953) * Man of Two Worlds (1953) * Man in Duplicate (1953) * The Lie Destroyer (1953) * The Interloper (1953) * The Grand Illusion (1953) * The Dust Destroyer (1953) * Black-Wings of Mars (1953) * Black Bargain (1953) * The Black Avengers (1953) * Don't Touch Me (1953) * Dark Boundaries (1953) * The Hell-Fruit (1953) * Account Settled (1953) * Liquid Death (1953) * Cosmic Exodus (1953) * Z-Formations (1953) * The Golden Amazon's Triumph (1953) * The Lonely Astronomer (1954) * I Came - I Saw - I Wondered (1954) * The Frozen Limit (1954) * Wealth of the Void (1954) * A Time Appointed (1954) * The Multi-Man (1954) * I Spy (1954) * 1,000 Year Voyage (1954) * Twin of the Amazon (1954) * The Amazon Strikes Again (1954) * Earth 2 (1955) * Conquest of the Amazon (1973) * From Afar (1982) * The Slitherers (1984) * No Grave Need I (1984) * Lord of Atlantis (1991) Short Fiction: * "The Man Who Stopped the Dust" [Astounding, Mar 1934] * "He Never Slept" [Astounding, Jun 1934] * "The Brain of Light" [Astounding, May 1934] * "Before Earth Came" [Astounding, Jul 1934] * "Earth's Mausoleum" [Astounding, May 1935] * "The Blue Infinity" [Astounding, Sep 1935] * "Mathematica" [Astounding, Feb 1936] * "Mathematica Plus" [Astounding, May 1936] * "Dynasty of the Small" [Astounding, Nov 1936] * "Deserted Universe" [Astounding, Sept 1936] * "Penal World" [Astounding, Oct 1937] * "Worlds Within" [Astounding, Mar 1937] * "Metamorphosis" [Astounding, Jan 1937] * "Dark Eternity" [Astounding, Dec 1937] * "Whispering Satellite" [Astounding, Jan 1938] * "The Mental Ultimate" [Astounding, Jan 1938] * "The Degenerates" [Astounding, Feb 1938] * "Wings Across the Cosmos" [A Treasury of Science Fiction, ed. Groff Conklin, Crown, 1948] $3.50, hardcover * "Red Heritage" [Astounding, Jan 1938] * "The Misty Wilderness" [Startling Stories, Sep 1939] * "Twilight of the Tenth World" [Planet Stories, Winter 1940] * "Special Agent to Venus" [Fantastic Adventures, Oct 1940] * "The Man Who Saw Two Worlds" [Amazing, Jan 1940] * "Island in the Marsh" [Startling Stories, Nov 1940] * "The Cosmic Juggernaut" [Planet Stories, Summer 1940] * "Mystery of the Martian Pendulum" [Amazing, Oct 1941] * "Superhuman" [Startling Stories, May 1941] * "The Cosmic Derelict" [Planet Stories, Spring 1941] * "Vampire Queen" [Planet Stories, Fall 1942] * "The Silver Coil" [Amazing, Nov 1942] * "The Case of the Mesozoic Monsters" [Amazing, May 1942] * "Destroyer from the Past" [Amazing, May 1942] * "Martian Miniature" [Amazing, May 1942] * "The Last Hours" [Amazing, Aug 1942] * "Wanderer of Time" [Startling Stories, Summer 1944] * "The Devouring Tide" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Summer 1944] * "The Ultimate Analysis" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Fall 1944] * "Space Trap" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Fall 1945] * "Mark Grayson Unlimited" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Spring 1945] * "Interlink" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Fall 1945] * "Aftermath" [Startling Stories, Fall 1945] * "The Vicious Circle" [Startling Stories, Summer 1946] * "Other Eyes Watching" [Startling Stories, Spring 1946] * "The Unbroken Chain" [Startling Stories, Spring 1946] * "The Multillionth Chance" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Fall 1946] * "Chaos" [Startling Stories, Nov 1947] * "Sweet Mystery of Life" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Feb 1947] * "The Arbiter" [Startling Stories, May 1947] * "Ultra Evolution" [Startling Stories, Jan 1948] * "After the Atom" [Startling Stories, May 1948] * "Survivor of Mars" [Two Complete Science-Adventure Books, Spring 1953] * "Thoughts that Kill" [Space Stories, ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson Children's Books, 1996] ISBN 1-85487-451-9, trade paperback Serials: * "The Intelligence Gigantic (Part 1 of 2)" [Amazing, June 1933] * "Liners of Time (Part 3)" [Amazing, July 1935] Donald S. Featherstone: ISFDB lists: * "Eager to Work With New/Unpublished Writers" [Keen Science Fiction!, Sep 1996] fiction despite title? Matt Feazell: ISFDB lists: * "Introduction" [Words Without Pictures, by Steve Niles, Forestville, CA: Arcane Books/Eclipse Books] ISBN 1-56060-032-2, $8.95, trade paperback Elise Fecamps, pseudonym of John Creasey Lou Feck: Fantasy illustrator Lou Feck ISFDB Ben Feder: SF illustrator Ben Feder ISFDB Moshe Feder: Author and SF critic; ISFDB lists: * "Sandial" [Orbit 16, ed. Damon Knight, Harper & Row, 1975] hardcover * and various reviews e-mail Moshe Feder Robert Arthur Feder (1909-1986): Film producer Arnold Federbush: * The Man Who Lived in Inner Space [Houghton-Mifflin, 1973; Bantam] Carlos Maria Federici: ISFDB lists: * "`Oh, Lenore!' Came the Echo" [The Penguin World Omnibus of Science Fiction, eds. Brian W. Aldiss and Sam J. Lundwall, Penguin, 1986] ISBN 0-14-008067-8, 3.50, paperback * "In the Blink of an Eye" [Tales from the Planet Earth, eds. Frederik Pohl and Elizabeth Anne Hull, St. Martin's, 1986] ISBN 0-312-78420-1, $15.95, hardcover Raymond Federman: * "The Square Planet" [Air Fish, eds. Joy Oestricher and Richard Singer, Cat's Eye Press, 1993] ISBN 0-9631755-2-1, $16.95, trade paperback A. Fedor: ISFDB lists: * "The End of Tyme" [Wonder Stories, Nov 1933] co-author Henry Hasse Gregory Feeley (1955-): no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Gregory Feeley@sff.net * The Oxygen Barons [Ace, 1990] ISBN 0-441-64571-2, $3.95, paperback Short Fiction: * "The Light at the End of the Penumbra" (as Greg Feeley) [Ascents of Wonder, ed. David Gerrold, Popular Library, 1997] ISBN 0-445-04128-5, $1.50, paperback * "Neptune's Reach" [Isaac Asimov's, Mid-Dec 1986] * "A Different Drumstick" [Isaac Asimov's, Nov 1988] * "The Boulevard of Broken Domes" [Interzone, Nov 1991] * "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Dinosaur" [Dinosaur Fantastic, eds. Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW and Sscience Fiction Book Club] ISBN 0-88677-566-3, $4.99, paperback * "Reversals" [Science Fiction Age, Sep 1993] * "The Mind's Place" [Full Spectrum 4, eds. Lou Aronica, Amy Stout, Betsy Mitchell, Bantam, 1993] ISBN 0-553-56549-4, $5.99, paperback * "Printer's Devils" [Alien Pregnant By Elvis, eds. Esther M. Friesner and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1994] ISBN 0-88677-610-4, $5.99, paperback * "Passion for the Souls Below" [Deals with the Devil, eds. Mike Resnick, Martin H. Greenberg, Loren D. Estleman, DAW Books, 1994] ISBN 0-88677-623-6, $4.99 ($5.99 Canada) * "Aweary of the Sun" [Weird Tales from Shakespeare, eds. Katharine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg, 0-88677-605-8, 1994; The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Eighth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's, 1995] ISBN 0-312-13220-4, $27.95, hardcover * "Ursa Minor" [A Starfarer's Dozen: Stories of Things to Come, ed. Michael Stearns, Harcourt Brace & Company, 1995] ISBN 0-15-299871-3, $17.00 * "In Fear of Little Nell" [Enchanted Forests, eds. Katharine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1995] ISBN 0-88677-672-4, $5.50, paperback * "How Far To Th'End of the World?" [Science Fiction Age, July 1995] * "The Weighing of Ayre" [Starlight 1, ed. Patrick Nielsen Hayden, Tor, 1996] ISBN 0-312-86214-8, $24.95, hardcover ISBN 0-312-86215-6, $13.95, trade paperback Nominated for Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award * "The Drowning Cell" [The Shimmering Door, eds. Katharine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg, HarperPrism, 1996] ISBN 0-06-105342-2, $12.00, trade paperback * "The Truest Chill" [Science Fiction Age, Nov 1997] * "On the Ice Islands" [Asimov's, Oct/Nov 1997] * "The Crab Lice" [1997] Nominated for 1997 Nebula Award * "Animae Celestes" [Asimov's, April 1998] Nonfiction: * "Howard Whom ?" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, September 1991] * "The Evidence of Things Not Shown: Family Romance in 'The Book of the New Sun' (Part 2)" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, April 1991] * "The Evidence of Things Not Shown: Family Romance in 'The Book of the New Sun' (Part 1)" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, March 1991] * "Book Reviews" [Absolute Magnitude, Fall/Winter 1994] * "Our Stories Continue" [Absolute Magnitude, Spring 1995] e-mail Gregory Feeley e-mail Gregory Feeley old Terry Fehr: Fantasy illustrator Terry Fehr ISFDB T. R. Fehrenbach: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Short Fiction: * "Remember the Alamo!" [Analog, Dec 1961; The Great SF Stories 23 (1961), ed. Isaac Asimov, 1991; Call to Battle, eds. Jerry Pournelle and John F. Carr, Tor, 1988] ISBN 0-812-54963-5, $3.95, paperback * "Proud Legions" [Men of War, ed. J. E. Pournelle, Tor, 1984] ISBN 0-812-54953-8, $2.95 ($3.50 Canada), paperback * "From the Tower of Eridu" [Lone Star Universe, eds. Steven Utley and Geo W. Proctor, Heidelberg, 1976] hardcover Nonfiction: * "The Ultimate Weapon" [The Future at War Vol. 2: The Spear of Mars, ed. Reginald Bretnor, Ace, 1980] ISBN 0-441-25971-5, $2.25, paperback Jules Feiffer: nothing on the Web? Jules Feiffer, born New York City 26 Jan 1929, son of David Feiffer and Rhoda Davis, married Judith Sheftel 17 Sep 1961 (divorced 1983), daughter Kate, married Jennifer Allen 11 Sep 1983, daughter Halley, author best known for nationally syndicated cartoons, satires, plays ("Little Murders" voted Best Foreign Play of 1967 by London critics, also won Obie Award), listed here for "The Great Comic Book Heroes" (1965), and for being assistant to cartoonist Will Eisner 1956-51, Academy Award for animated cartoon "Munro" 1961, Special George Polk Memorial Award 1962, Outer Circle Drama Critics Award 1969 and 1970, Pulitzer Prize editorial cartooning 1986, member Authors Guild, Dramatists Guild (council, president 1982-83), PEN, American Association of Editorial Cartoonists Eric Fein: Novels: * Spider-Man and the Incredible Hulk: Rampage (co-author Danny Fingeroth) Putnam Boulevard/Byron Preiss Multimedia, 1996] ISBN 1-57297-164-9, $5.99, paperback * Spider-Man and Fantastic Four: Wreckage (co-author Pierce Askegren) [Boulevard, 1997] ISBN 1-57297-311-0, $6.50, paperback Short Fiction: * "My Enemy, My Savior" [Untold Tales of Spider-Man, eds. Stan Lee and Kurt Busiek, Boulevard, 1997] ISBN 1-572-97294-7, $13.00, trade paperback Gerald Feinberg: Nobel laureate physicist, known for outrageous but plausible acivities such as the search for the Tachyon (Faster-than-light); listed here for the nonfiction: * "Discussing Hard SF" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, June 1992] Sidney Feinberg: SF illustrator Sidney Feinberg ISFDB Yvonne Feinlab (ISFDB lists as "Yvoone Feinlab"): * "Forever Goodbye" [Pirate Writings, Summer 1993] Julie Feinstein: SF poet: Poetry: * "Spellcast" [Midnight Zoo, vol.2, no.4, 1992] * "Rebirth" [Aberrations, No.13, 1993] as J. Feinstein (ISFDB misspells magazine) David Feintuch: David Feintuch's home page David Feintuch @ AlphaRalpha A powerful and civilized new voice in science fiction, who brings a richly complex cetral character in a sweeping epic of a space navy of the future, in vividly detailed action-adventure with heart; a remarkable new lawyer/SF novelist of the "Hope" series, a cross between Robert Heinlein, Horatio Hornblower, and Patrick O'Brien: * The "Nicholas Seafort" series: * Midshipman's Hope [Warner Aspect, 1994] ISBN 0-446-60096-2, $5.50, paperback [Guild America, 1995] $12.98, hardcover [London: Orbit, 1996] ISBN 1-85723-434-0, 5.99, paperback Semifinalist for Hugo Award Nominated for Locus Award * Challenger's Hope [Guild America, 1995] $12.98, hardcover [Warner Aspect, 1995] ISBN 0-446-60097-0, $5.50, paperback [London: Orbit, 1996] ISBN 1-85723-435-9, 5.99, paperback * Prisoner's Hope [Guild America, 1996] ISBN 1-56865-189-9, hardcover [Warner Aspect, 1995] ISBN 0-446-60098-9, $5.50, paperback [London: Orbit, 1997] 1-85723-439-1, 5.99, paperback * Fisherman's Hope [Guild America, 1996] ISBN 1-56865-189-9, hardcover [Warner Aspect, 1996] ISBN 0-446-60099-7, $5.99, paperback [London: Orbit] ISBN 1-85723-440-5, 5.99, paperback * Voices of Hope [Warner Aspect, 1996] ISBN 0-446-60333-3, $5.99, paperback * Seafort's Hope [Guild America, 1995] $12.98, Omnibus hardcover edition * Seafort's Challenge [Guild America, 1996] ISBN 1-56865-189-9, Omnibus hardcover * The Still [Warner Aspect, 1997] ISBN 0-446-67285-8, $12.99, trade paperback e-mail David Feintuch Raymond E. Feist, full name Raymond Elias Feist (1945-): Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Raymond E. Feist @ Dragon*Con Bestselling fantasy novelist "Riftwars" and other series, and expert on literary contracts; possibly the greatest Fantasy author ever to have lived in San Diego... Novels: * Magician [Doubleday, 1984] ISBN 0-385-19621-0, $8.95, trade paperback [London: Grafton, 1986] ISBN 0-586-05828-1, 3.50, paperback [Doubleday Foundation, 1992] ISBN 0-385-42630-5, $22.00, hardcover [London: Grafton, 1992] ISBN 0-586-21343-0, 9.99, trade paperback [London: Grafton, 1993] ISBN 0-586-21783-5, 6.99, paperback * Magician: Apprentice [Bantam Spectra, 1986] ISBN 0-553-25575-4, $3.50, paperback [Bantam Spectra, 1994] ISBN 0-553-56494-3, $5.99, paperback * Magician: Master [Bantam Spectra, 1986] ISBN 0-553-25646-7, $3.50, paperback [Bantam Spectra, 1994] ISBN 0-553-56493-5, $5.99, paperback * Silverthorn [Doubleday, 1985] ISBN 0-385-19210-X, $15.95, hardcover [Science Fiction Book Club #04727, 1985] $6.98, hardcover [Bantam Spectra, 1986] ISBN 0-553-25928-8, $3.50, paperback [London: Grafton, 1986] ISBN 0-586-06417-6, 2.95, paperback [Doubleday Foundation, 1992] ISBN 0-385-19210-X, $22.00, hardcover [Bantam Spectra,1994] ISBN 0-553-27054-0, $5.99, paperback * Shards of a Broken Crown [Avon Eos, April 1998] ISBN 0-380-97399-5, $24.00, hardcover * A Darkness at Sethanon [Doubleday, 1986] ISBN 0-385-19215-0, $17.95, hardcover [Science Fiction Book Club #02887, 1986] $6.50, hardcover [Grafton, 1986] ISBN 0-246-12828-3, 9.95, hardcover [Bantam Spectra, 1987] ISBN 0-553-26328-5, $3.95, paperback [Grafton, 1987] ISBN 0-586-06688-8, 3.50, paperback [Doubleday Foundation, 1992] ISBN 0-385-19215-0, $22.00, hardcover [Bantam Spectra, 1994] ISBN 0-553-26328-5, $5.99, paperback * Daughter of the Empire (co-author Janny Wurts) [Doubleday, 1987] ISBN 0-385-23393-0, $17.95, hardcover [Science Fiction Book Club #11627, 1987] $6.98, hardcover [London: Grafton, 1987] ISBN 0-246-13226-4, 10.95, hardcover [Bantam Spectra, 1988] ISBN 0-553-27211-X, $4.50, paperback [London: Grafton, 1988] ISBN 0-586-07481-3, 3.50, paperback [London: Grafton, 1988] ISBN 0-586-07481-3, 3.50, paperback [Bantam Spectra, 1991] ISBN 0-553-27211-X, $5.99, paperback * Faerie Tale [Hill House, 1988] ISBN 0-931771-01-3, $75.00, hardcover [Doubleday, 1988] ISBN 0-385-23623-9, $17.95, hardcover [Quality Paper Back Book Club, 1988] $8.95, trade paperback [London: Grafton, 1988] ISBN 0-246-13076-8, 6.95, trade paperback [London: Grafton, 1989] ISBN 0-586-20566-7, 3.99, paperback [Bantam Spectra, 1989] ISBN 0-553-27783-9, $4.95, paperback [London:Grafton, 1989] ISBN 0-586-07139-3, 3.50, paperback * Prince of the Blood [Doubleday Foundation, 1989] ISBN 0-385-23624-7, $18.95, hardcover [London: Grafton, 1989] ISBN 0-246-13078-4, 7.95, trade paperback [Science Fiction Book Club #15750, 1990] $8.98, hardcover [Bantam Spectra, 1990] ISBN 0-553-28524-6, $4.95, paperback [London: Grafton, 1990] ISBN 0-586-07140-7, 3.99,paperback [Doubleday Foundation, 1992] ISBN 0-385-23624-7, $22.00, hardcover [Bantam Spectra, 1994] ISBN 0-553-28524-6, $5.99, paperback * Servant of the Empire (co-author Janny Wurts) [Doubleday Foundation, 1990] ISBN 0-385-24718-4, $19.95, hardcover [Science Fiction Book Club #17575, 1990] $11.98, hardcover [London: Grafton, 1990] ISBN 0-246-13358-9, 7.99, trade paperback [Bantam Spectra, 1991] ISBN 0-553-29245-5, $5.99, [London: Grafton, 1991] ISBN 0-586-20381-8, 4.99, paperback [London: Grafton, 1992] ISBN 0-586-20381-8, 5.99, paperback * Mistress of the Empire (co-author Janny Wurts) [Doubleday Foundation, 1992] ISBN 0-385-24719-2, $20.00, hardcover [London: Grafton, 1992] ISBN 0-586-21693-6, 8.99, trade paperback [Science Fiction Book Club #01547, 1992] $11.98, hardcover [London: HarperCollins UK, 1992] ISBN 0-246-13355-4, 14.99,hardcover [London: Grafton, 1993] ISBN 0-586-20379-6, 5.99, paperback [ Bantam, 1993] ISBN 0-553-56118-9, $5.99, paperback * The King's Buccaneer [Doubleday Foundation, 1992] ISBN 0-385-23625-5, $22.00, hardcover [London: HarperCollins UK, 1992] ISBN 0-246-13328-7, 14.99, hardcover [London: HarperCollins UK, 1993] ISBN 0-586-20322-2, 5.99, paperback [London: Grafton, 1993] ISBN 0-246-13329-5, 8.99, trade paperback [Science Fiction Book Club #00169, 1993] $10.98, hc] [Bantam, ISBN 0-553-56373-4, 1994] $5.99, paperback * Shadow of a Dark Queen [Morrow, 1994] ISBN 0-688-12408-9, $22.00, hardcover [HarperCollins UK, 1994] ISBN 0-00-224612-0, 8.99, trade paperback [HarperCollins UK, 1994] ISBN 0-00-224147-1, 15.99, hardcover [Science Fiction Book Club #03631, 1994] $10.98, hardcover [AvoNova, 1995] ISBN 0-380-72086-8, $5.99, paperback [HarperCollins UK, 1995] ISBN 0-00-648026-8, 5.99, paperback * Rise of a Merchant Prince [Morrow, 1995] ISBN 0-688-12409-7, $23.00, hardcover [London: HarperCollins UK, 1995] 0-00-224148-X, 15.99, hardcover [London: HarperCollins/Voyager, 1996] ISBN 0-00-649701-2, 5.99, paperback [AvoNova, 1996] ISBN 0-380-72087-6, $6.50, paperback [London: HarperCollins/Voyager, 1996] ISBN 0-00-649700-4, 9.99, trade paperback [Science Fiction Book Club #10826, 1996] $10.98, hardcover * Voice of Hope [Warner Aspect, 1996] paperback * Rage of a Demon King [Avon, 1997] ISBN 0-380-97473-8, $24.00, hardcover [London: HarperCollins/Voyager, 1997] ISBN 0-00-224149-8, 16.99, hardcover [Science Fiction Book Club #15546, 1997] $11.98, hardcover Short Fiction: * "Faerie Tale: The Thing Beneath the Bridge (excerpt)" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Dec 1987] * "Looking Forward: Excerpt from The King's Buccaneer" [Amazing, Oct1992] * "Geroldo's Incredible Trick" [David Copperfield's Tales of the Impossible, eds. David Copperfield, Janet Berliner, Martin H.Greenberg, HarperPrism, 1995] ISBN 0-06-105288-0, $23.00, hardcover Nonfiction: * "A Short Anything" [World Fantasy Convention 1990 Program Book, ed. Robert Weinberg, Weird Tales, Ltd., 1990] trade paperback e-mail Raymond E. Feist e-mail Raymond E. Feist old Friedrich Feld, pseudonym of F. Rosenfeld B. Suzanne Feldman: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail B. Suzanne Feldman (Severna Park) new e-mail B. Suzanne Feldman (Severna Park) old, invalid Al Feldstein @ Dragon*Con Editor of MAD Magazine; creator of legendary horror comic "Tales from the Crypt" (1950) Cynthia Felice: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Novels: * Water Witch (co-author Connie Willis) [Ace, 1982] ISBN 0-441-87379-0, $2.50, paperback [Berkley, 1984] ISBN 0-441-87380-4, $2.75, paperback [Ace, 1984] ISBN 0-441-87380-4, $2.75, paperback [Ace, 1996] ISBN0-441-87380-4, $4.99, paperback * Eclipses [Timescape Books, 1983] ISBN 0-671-83224-7, $3.50, paperback * Downtime [Bluejay Books, 1985] ISBN 0-312-94115-3, $15.95, hardcover * Double Nocturn [Bluejay Books, 1986] ISBN 0-312-94114-5, $16.95, hardcover * Light Raid (co-author Connie Willis) [Ace, 1989] ISBN 0-441-48311-9, $17.95, hardcover [Berkley, 1989] ISBN 0-441-48311-9, $17.95, hardcover [Ace, 1990] ISBN 0-441-48312-7, $3.95, paperback [Ace, 1996] ISBN 0-441-48312-7, $4.99, paperback * Promised Land (co-author Connie Willis) [Ace, 1997] ISBN 0-441-00405-9, $21.95, hardcover [Science Fiction Book Club #15497, 1997] $10.98, hardcover [Ace, 1997] ISBN 0-441-00405-9, $21.95, hardcover Short Fiction: * "David and Lindy" [Universe 8, ed. Terry Carr, Doubleday, 1978] ISBN 0-385-12479, $7.95, hardcover * "No One Said Forever" [Millenial Women, ed. Virginia Kidd, Dell, 1979] ISBN 0-440-16301-3, $1.95, pb] * "A Good Place to Be" [Chrysalis 9, ed. Roy Torgeson Doubleday, 1981] hardcover * "Track of a Legend" [Omni, Dec 1983] * "Second Cousin Twice Removed" [Isaac Asimov's, Dec 1991] Nominated for 1992 Asimov's Reader's Poll Award (Best Novelette) e-mail Cynthia Felice Jenna A. Felice: SF poet and critic: Poetry: * "Love Bite" [Asimov's Science Fiction, Feb 1997] Nonfiction: * "(Not Necessarily) The Best Books of 1994" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Jan 1995] Frank de Felitta, full name Frank Paul de Felitta (1921-): Fantasy/Horror novelist: * Audrey Rose [1975] filmed [1977] {hotlink to be done} * For Love of Audrey Rose [1982] * The Entity [1978] filmed [1981] {hotlink to be done} * Golgotha Falls: An Assault on the Fourth Dimension [1984] * The Funeral March of the Marionettes [UK: 1990] horror (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.348) Alison Fell: * "Queen Christina and the Windsurfer" [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Fifth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1992] ISBN 0-312-07888-9, $15.95, trade paperback ISBN 0-312-07887-0, $27.95, hardcover Andrew Fell: pseudonym of Robert Jay Arthur (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.348) H. Granville Fell, full name Herbert Granville Fell (1872-1951): British Fantasy/Horror illustrator (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.348) Max Fell: SF poet: * "On Space Travel" [Isaac Asimov's, May 1982] poem Fellowship: see Companion {to be done}; see Duo {to be done} Henry Gregor Felsen: ISFDB lists: * "The Spaceman Cometh" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1956; StarStreak: Stories of Space, ed. Betty M. Owen, Scholastic, 1979] ISBN 0-590-31264-2, paperback Charles Felstead: ISFDB lists: * "How the Land Lies!" [Amazing, May 1955] FEMINIST: science fiction and fantasy of, by, or for women Jean Femling: ISFDB lists: * "For Whom Are Those Serpents Whistling Overhead?" [Interfaces, eds. Ursula K. Le Guin and Virginia Kidd Ace, 1980] ISBN 0-441-37093-4, $2.50, paperback Femme Fatale: {to be done} Francois de Salignac de la Mothe Fenelon (1651-1715): cleric and author of France, listed here for the Fantasy/Utopian novel: * Les adventures de Telemaque [1699, as The Adventures of Telemachus, tr. John Hawkesworth, UK: 1768] sequel to The Odyssey (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.349) W. Fenimore: ISFDB lists: * "The Pool of the Stone God" (1923) [Horrors Unknown, ed. Sam Moskowitz, Walker, 1971] hardcover Lionel Fenn: pseudonym of Charles L. Grant (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.349) Eric Fennel: ISFDB lists: * "Doughnut Jockey" (1948) [Science Fiction Omnibus, eds. Everett F. Bleiler and T. E. Dikty, Garden City Books, 1952] $2.95, hardcover BUT this is a typo for Erik Fennel (see below) Erik Fennel: ISFDB lists: * "Black Priestess of Varga" [Planet Stories, Winter 1947] * "Beneath the Red World's Crust" [Planet Stories, Fall 1947] * "Atavism" [Planet Stories, Spring 1947] * "War of Intangibles" [Astounding, June 1948] * "Synthetic Hero" [Planet Stories, Fall 1948] * "Doughnut Jockey" (1948) [Science Fiction Omnibus, eds. Everett F. Bleiler and T. E. Dikty, Garden City Books, 1952] $2.95, hardcover * "Madmen of Mars" [Planet Stories, Spring 1950] * "Alien Psychologist" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Feb 1952] Janet Fennell: ISFDB lists: * "Too Much to Remember" [Aurealis, #10, 1992] Arnie Fenner: Fantasy Artist and Art Editor/Anthologist, co-editor of the "Best in Contemporary Fantasy Art" nonfiction series Arnie Fenner ISFDB * Winner of 1979 and 1983 Balrog Awards * Winner of 1995, 1996, 1997 Locus Awards * Winner of 1981, 1991 World Fantasy Awards Audrey Fenner: SF author of Australia: * "Eye and Me" [Eidolon, Issue 20, Summer 1996] Cathy Fenner: co-editor with Arnie Fenner and Michael Whelan of: * Something in My Eye [Mark V. Ziesing, 1996] James R. Fenner, pseudonym of E. C. Tubb Mary E. Fenoglio: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America: * "The Promise" [Red Sun of Darkover, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1987] ISBN 0-88677-230-3, $3.95, paperback * "Burnt Offerings" [Sword and Sorceress VI, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1990] ISBN 0-88677-423-3, $4.50, paperback * "Awakening" [Renunciates of Darkover, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1991] ISBN 0-88677-469-1, $4.50, paperback Bruce Fenton, house name and pseudonym of F. C. Kneller Fenrir, Fenris: see Nordic Fantasy {to be done} Feral Child: {to be done} Andrew Ferguson: ISFDB lists: * "Green-Eyed Monstera" [Interzone, May/June 1989] Archie Ferguson: Fantasy illustrator Archie Ferguson ISFDB Bird Ferguson: SF poet: * "Interview" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1955; Best from F&SF 6, ed. Anthony Boucher, Doubleday, 1957] $3.50, hardcover Brad Ferguson: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America: Novels: * Star Trek Novels: * Crisis on Centaurus [Pocket, 1986] ISBN 0-671-61115-1, $3.50, paperback [Science Fiction Book Club #01830, 1986] $4.98, hardcover [London: Titan, 1991] ISBN 1-85286-355-2, 3.50, paperback [London: Titan, 1996] ISBN 1-85286-355-2, 4.99, paperback * The Lost Years Book Two: A Flag Full of Stars [Pocket Books, 1991] ISBN 0-671-73918-2, $5.50, paperback Short Fiction: * "The World Next Door" [Isaac Asimov's, Sep 1987; There Will Be War Volume VIII: Armageddon!, eds. Jerry Pournelle and John F. Carr, Tor, 1989] 0-812-54965-1, $3.95, paperback * "Last Rights" [Analog, Nov 1988] * "To Tell the Troof" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1989] e-mail Brad Ferguson e-mail Brad Ferguson old, invalid Brian Ferguson: ISFDB lists: * "Critique" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Apr 1983] David Ferguson: ISFDB lists: * "The Poor Miller's Apprentice and the Cat" [1996] (co-author Poppy Z. Brite) Malcolm Ferguson, fuller name Malcolm M. Ferguson: ISFDB lists: * "Polar Vortex" [Weird Tales, Sep 1946] as "Malcolm Ferguson" * "The House of Cards" [Weird Tales, Sep 1947] * "Terror Under Eridu" [Weird Tales, Nov 1949] Neil Ferguson: SF author of Great Britain; ISFDB lists: * "The Monroe Doctrine" [Interzone, Winter 1983; Interzone: the 1st Anthology, eds. John Clute, Colin Greenland, David Pringle, Dent/Everyman, 1985] ISBN 0-460-02294-6, 3.95, paperback * "Randy and Alexei Go Jaw Jaw" [Interzone, Autumn 1985] * "The Second Third of C" [Interzone, Spring 1987] * "One-Way to Wap Wap" [Interzone, May 1990] Richard Kane Ferguson: SF illustrator Richard Kane Ferguson ISFDB Syn Ferguson: ISFDB lists: * "The Tree-Wife of Arketh" [Sword and Sorceress IV, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW Books, Inc., 1987] ISBN 0-88677-412-8, $4.50, trade paperback ISBN 0-88677-210-9, $3.50, paperback Bruce Fergusson, full name Bruce Chandler Fergusson (1951-): Fantasy novelist: * the "Six Kingdoms" series: * The Shadow of His Wings [Arbor House, 1987] ISBN 0-87795-852-1, $16.95, hardcover [London: Grafton, 1987] ISBN 0-246-13251-5, 10.95, hardcover [London: Grafton, 1987] ISBN 0-246-13252-3, 6.99, trade paperback [Avon, 1988] ISBN 0-380-70415-3, $2.95, paperback [London: Grafton, 1988] ISBN 0-586-20070-3, 3.50, paperback Nominated for 1988 Locus Award * The Mace of Souls [William Morrow, 1989] ISBN 0-688-08477-X, $20.95, hardcover [London: Grafton, 1990] ISBN 0-246-13466-6, 7.99, trade paperback [London: Grafton, 1990] 12.95, hardcover [Avon, 1991] ISBN0-380-71180-X, $3.95, paperback (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.349) and ISFDB Peter M. Fergusson (1938-): Romance (under pseudonym Juliet Cochran), Mystery (under pseudonym Paul Ferris), and Science Fiction author, according to ISFDB, which lists: * "Art Appreciation" [Analog, Mar 1985] * "Gertrude" [Analog, May 1985] * "Body Language" [Analog, July 1985] * "The Darkling Plain" [Analog, Nov 1985] * "Snapshot of the Soul" [Analog, Mid-Dec 1985] * "Godkiller" [Analog, Feb 1986] * "Murder To Go" [Analog, Oct 1986] * "The Year the Indy Died" [Analog, Dec 1986] * "I Ain't No Hero!" [Analog, Apr 1988] * "Hunting Rights" [Analog, May 1988] e-mail Juliet Cochran/Peter M. Fergusson J. Anthony Ferlaine: ISFDB lists: * "Special Effect" [Astounding, Dec 1954] Edward L. Ferman, full name Edward Lewis Ferman (1937-): Editor (Jan 1966-June 1991) of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, stepping into the shoes of his father (Joseph W. Ferman) winner of numerous Awards (Balrog, SF Chronicle, Hugo. Locus, World Fantasy) Also edited various F&SF anthologies: * Final Stage [1974] co-editor Barry Malzburg * The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction [1974] * The Best From Fantasy & Science Fiction: A 45th Anniversary Anthology eds. Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Edward L. Ferman, St. Martin's Press, 1994] ISBN 0-312-11246-7, $23.95, hardcover * Oi, Robot [Mercury Press, 1995] Stanislaw Fernandes: SF illustrator Stanislaw Fernandes ISFDB Stanislaw Fernandez: this or above is an ISFDB typo Stanislaw Fernandez Fernando Fernandez (1940-): Catalan writer/artist Fernando Fernandez ISFDB (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.349) Laura Fernandez: Fantasy illustrator Laura Fernandez ISFDB Miguel Angel Fernandez-Delgado (ISFDB has "Mauel"): * "A Moon Voyage Inside an Astronomical Almanac in Eighteenth-Century Mexico" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Sep 1996] Nonfiction * "A Brief History of Continuity and Change in Mexican Science Fiction" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Nov 1996] Manuel Ferney, pseudonym of Manly Wade Wellman Patricia Ferrara: ISFDB lists: * "Rising Waters" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1987] * "Freezer Madness" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1989] Mark Ferrari: Fantasy illustrator Mark Ferrari ISFDB Jacques Jean Ferrat, pseudonym of Sam Merwin, Jr. Rosario Ferre: ISFDB lists: * "The Poisoned Story" [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Fifth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992] ISBN 0-312-07888-9, $15.95, trade paperback ISBN 0-312-07887-0, $27.95, hardcover * "Rice and Milk" [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Seventh Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1994] ISBN 0-312-11103-7, hardcover Keith Ferrell: the last editor of Omni Mgazine before and as it went from hardcopy to on-line; also: * Black Mist and Other Japanese Futures (co-anthologist Orson Scott Card) [New York: DAW, 1997] ISBN 0-88677-767-4, $5.99, paperback Oliver P. Ferrell: ISFDB lists: * "Outer Space Saucers - A Myth!" [Amazing, Oct 1957] nonfiction Barbara J. Ferrenz: ISFDB lists: * "Talk to Me, Georgeanne" [Midnight Journeys, eds. Davi Dee and Bill Allen, Ozark Triangle Press, 1995] $9.95, trade paperback Ferret: pseudonym of Fantasy illustrator Ferret ISFDB David Ferring: ISFDB lists: * "The Festive Season" [The Pawns of Chaos, ed. Edward E. Kramer, White Wolf, 1996] ISFDB 1-56504-933-0, $14.99, trade paperback Ferris: pseudonym of SF illustrator Ferris ISFDB McHugh Ferris: ISFDB lists: * "Deadly Image" [Beyond Infinity, Nov/Dec 1967] Michael Ferris: ISFDB lists: * "Dearly Beloved" [Aberrations, No.13, 1993] Lucy Ferriss: SF Novelist: * The Misconceiver [Simon & Schuster, 1997] ISBN 0-684-80092-6, $22.00, hardcover Robert Ferro: * The Others [Scribners, 1977] Frank Ferry: ISFDB lists: * "Horatius at the Bridge" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Summer 1944] N. R. Fertig: Fantasy poet; ISFDB lists: * "The Felon at the Faerie Trod" [Weirdbook, Autumn 1990] poetry Fertility: {to be done} Paul Ferval, pseudonym of H. Bedford-Jones Guy Fery: SF illustrator Guy Fery ISFDB Jonathan Fesmire: Member of Horror Writers of America Jonathan Fesmire Bill Fesselmeyer: ISFDB lists: * "???? The Grinch Who Stole Worldcon" [Alternate Worldcons and Again, Alternate Worldcons, ed. Mike Resnick, WC Books (Baltimore & Eugene), 1996] trade paperback Michael Fessier (1907-1988): Fantasy author: Novels: * Fully Dressed and In His Right Mind [1935] * Clovis [1948] intelligent parrot (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.350) Short Fiction: ISFDB lists: * "The Man in the Black Hat" [The Other Worlds, ed. Philip D. Stong, New York: W. Funk, 1941] $2.50, hardcover * "The Fascinating Stranger" [Great Stories of SF, ed. Murray Leinster, Random House, 1951] hardcover * "Bewitched" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1958] * "The Blue-Eyed Horse" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1958] Robert Fester: ISFDB lists: * "Rats" [Swords Against Darkness V, ed. Andrew J. Offutt, Zebra, 1979] ISBN 0-89083-550-0, $2.25, paperback Uncle Fester: (See: Charles Addams) Douglas Fetherling: Fantasy author of Canada; ISFDB lists: * "Memoirs of the Renaissance" [Ark of Ice: Canadian Futurefiction, ed. Lesley Choyce, Canada: Pottersfield Press, 1992] ISBN 0-019001-73-4, $14.95, paperback Andrew Fetler: ISFDB lists: * "Cry Snooker" [Galaxy, Oct 1960] * "This Way to the Egress" [If, Jan 1963] * "The Cool War" [Galaxy, June 1963] Fetterly: pseudonym of SF illustrator Fetterly ISFDB Mark Fewell: Fantasy author and poet; no known home page, Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Short Fiction: * "The Man Who Slipped Between Years" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Summer 1990] * "The Mailbox Years" [Midnight Zoo, vol.1, no.4, 1991] * "Se-Men" [Aberrations, May 1992] Poetry: * "What Will They Do for an Encore?" [Aberrations, Dec 1991] Clement Fezandie: ISFDB lists: * "Some Minor Inventions" [Amazing Stories, June 1926] * "The Secret of the Invisible Girl" [Amazing Stories, July 1926] no distrespect intended, but I suspect that this is a pseudonym, as I can find nothing else by this fellow who just happens to be in the 3rd and 4th issues of arguably the world's first Science Fiction magazine... Return to Authors F Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Konrad R. Fialkowski: Vienna, Austria; no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America * "A Perfect Christmas Evening" [The Penguin World Omnibus of Science Fiction, eds. Brian W. Aldiss and Sam J. Lundwall Penguin, 1986] ISBN 0-14-008067-8, 3.50, paperback Steven E. Fick: ISFDB lists this nonfiction: * "Expanse" [Science Fiction Writer's Market Place and Sourcebook, ed. David G. Tompkins, Writer's Digest Books, 1984] ISBN 0-89879-692-X, $19.99, hardcover G. G. Fickling, pseudonym of Gloria Fickling & Forrest E. Fickling Fiction, France (15 Oct 1953-present?): see Magazines Leslie A. Fiedler, mainstream novelist and critic; in our genre: * The Messengers Will Come No More [Stein & Day, 1974] Field of Dreams: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1989]; see Baseball Eugene Field (1850-1895): journalist, poet, and children's fantasist: * The Holy Cross and Other Tales [1893] wandering Jew * "The Werewolf" * "Story of the Two Friars" * The Symbol and the Saint: A Christmas Tale [1886] chapbook * Christmas Tales and Christmas Verse [1912] story/poetry collection * The Divell's Chrystmass [1913] chapbook * The Mouse and the Moonbeam [1919] chapbook (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.350) Frank Chester Field, pseudonym of Bernard Glemser Gans T. Field, pseudonym of Manly Wade Wellman George Peterson Field, pseudonym of Robert L. Forward Peter Field, pseudonym of Ed Earl Repp Rachel Field (1894-1942): mainstream novelist also noted for: * Hitty, Her First Hundred Years [1929] intelligent doll who does not want to be human, won Rachel Field the first Newberry Medal for Children's literature ever awarded to a woman Damien Filer: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Damien Filer Paul Di Filippo @ AlphaRalpha Film: Science Fiction & Fantasy MOVIES Fimbulwinter: see Norse Fantasy {to be done]; see Apocalypse Christopher Finch@sff.net Ellen Levy Finch: no known home page, Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Ellen Levy Finch Silicon Valley teacher as Master Compositor. Besides her technical writing, she has sold the short story * "James James Morrison's Mother" in Tomorrow SF, Feb 1997 Sheila Finch: award-nominated novelist and short fiction author, active in resolving grievances for members of Science Fiction Writers of America, and a teacher of science fiction at a community college in Southern California. Born in England (a survivor of the London Blitz), she applies her considerable skills in Linguistics to giving a culturally sophisticated plausibility to meticulously researched "hard SF" fiction, despite a lack of formal training in "hard science." Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Sheila Finch e-mail Sheila Finch old, invalid? jan howard finder: no known home page, Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail jan howard finder Fin de Siecle: literally, the End of the Century (i.e. the 1890s) in which case see: 1890-1910; but also see the literary movement then: Decadence FINLAND Nigel Findley (1959-1995): author of reputedly 100+ game-related titles (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.351) Timothy Findlay, full name Timothy Irving Findlay (1930-): Canada * The Butterfly Plague [Viking, 1969; Bantam] * Famous Last Words [1981] fictional + real 20th Century characters * Not Wanted on this Voyage [1984] Noah * Headhunter [1993] Joseph Conrad's "Mr.Kurtz" conquers Toronto Bill Finger (1914-1974): comix writer (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.351) FINLAND Virgil Finlay, full name Virgil Warden Finlay (1914-1971): leading SF/Fantasy artist and prolific pulp illustrator Finn Mac Cool: a.k.a. Fionn Mac Cumhall, a.k.a. Fionn Mac Cumhaill: warrior-poet in myths of IRELAND Charles G. Finney, full name Charles Grandison Finney (1905-1984): * The Circus of Dr. Lao [Viking, 1935; Bantam; Avon] {"The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao" [1964] film hotlink to be done} * The Ghosts of Manacle [Pyramid, 1964] 8 stories * The Unholy City [Vanguard, 1937; Pyramid] Jack Finney, pseudonym of Walter Braden Finney (1911-1995): Jack Finney (1911-1995) @ AlphaRalpha Mystery and SF novelist, including "The Body Snatchers" which became the classic film "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" {Link to be done} * Five Against the House [1954] * The House of Numbers [1957] * Assault on a Queen [1959] * Good Neighbor Sam] [1963] * I Love Galesburg in the Springtime [Simon & Schuster, 1963] 10 stories * Marion's Wall [1973] filmed as "Maxie" [1985] {Link to be done} * The Night People [Doubleday, 1977] * The Third Level [Rinehart, 1956; Science Fiction Book Club; Dell] 12 stories * Time and Again [Simon & Schuster, 1970; Paperback Library; Warner] classic of Time Travel romance {film hotlink to be done} * The Woodrow Wilson Dime [Simon & Schuster, 1968] Alternate History * Forgotten News: The Crime of the century and Other Lost Stories [1983] story collection * About Time [1986] Time Travel * 3 by Finney [1987] omnibus edition of The Woodrow Wilson Dime, Marion's Wall, and The Night People Eliot Fintushel: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Eliot Fintushel@sff.net e-mail Eliot Fintushel e-mail Eliot Fintushel old, invalid? Mohammed Ulysses Socrates Fips, pseudonym of Hugo Gernsback Ronald Firbank, full name Arthur Annesley Ronald Firbank (1886-1926): British decadent fantasist: * The Artificial Princess (1910) [1934] Salome * Prancing Nigger [US: 1924; UK: 1925, as "Sorrow in Sunlight"] * Concerning the Eccentricities of cardinal Pirelli [1926] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.353) Steve Firchow (1966-): American artist born in New Guinea (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.353) Fireside Ghost Stories, British (1938?): see Magazines Firestarter: SF/Fantasy Movies [1984]; Stephen King [1980] Violet M. Firth, see under pseudonym Dion Fortune (below) Harry Fischer, full name Harry Otto Fischer (1910-1986): credited by Fritz Leiber with having created the "Fafhrd and Gray Mouser" characters Marjorie Fischer (1903-1961): British anthologist James W. Fiscus: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail James W. Fiscus e-mail James W. Fiscus old, obsolete Fisher King: see Grail {to be done}; see SF/Fantasy Movies [1991] Clay Fisher, pseudonym of Henry Allen James P. Fisher: * The Great Brain Robbery [Belmont, 1970] Jim Fisher: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Jim Fisher Lou Fisher: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Science Fiction novels: * Sunstop 8 [New York: Dell, 1978] * The Blue Ice Pilot [New York: Warner, 1986] Science Fiction stories in: Aboriginal SF Epoch Galaxy Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Universe 2 Anthology Contemporary Fiction in: Other Voices The Florida Review Re Arts & Letters and elsewhere Lou Fisher: Index to at least 3 publications report that the above link wouldn't connect. Check it out {to be done} e-mail Lou Fisher e-mail Lou Fisher old, invalid? Paul R. Fisher (1960-): Young Adult fantasist: * the "Ash Staff" series: * The Ash Staff [1979] * The Hawks of Fellheath [1980] * The Princess and the Thorn [1980] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.353) Stephen C. Fisher: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Stephen C. Fisher e-mail Stephen C. Fisher old, invalid Walter L. Fisher: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Walter L. Fisher Pauline Fisk (1948-): British Young Adult fantasist: * Midnight Blue [1990] * Tyger Pool [1994] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.354) Tarleton Fiske, pseudonym of Robert Bloch Donna K. Fitch: Member of Horror Writers of America Donna K. Fitch Marina Fitch: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Marina Fitch Mary Fitt, pseudonym of Kathleen Freeman Robert P. Fitton, The Fitton Chronicles (Robert P. Fitton) "I have placed a collection of 26 novels onto a graphically designed and unique web site. The Fitton Chronicles contain numerous science fiction and fantasy novels. Readers are guided through synopses of my stories and treated to hefty sample chapters. Purchases are easily made online with a major credit card and immediately downloaded into the reader's personal computer. While many e-book companies boast a multitude of free books, old books, and books by many authors, The Fitton Chronicles offers not one book or chapter, but one author's 26 novels and the unusual ability to instantly own the books." e-mail Robert P. Fitton F. Scott Fitzgerald, full name Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (1896-1940): leading mundane novelist best known for "The Great Gatsby" [1926]. But there are two science fiction stories in: * Tales of the Jazz Age [1922] story collection and a number of Fantasy stories in: * Fantasy and Mystery Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald [1991] edited by Peter Haining (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.354) John Anster Fitzgerald (1832-1906): British Fantasy artist/illustrator (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.354) Hugh Fitzgerald, pseudonym of L. Frank Baum Lauren Fitzgerald: e-mail Lauren Fitzgerald William Fitzgerald, pseudonym of Will F. Jenkins Constantine Fitzgibbon: * When the Kissing Had to Stop [Norton, 1960; Bantam; Arlington] * The Iron Hoop [Knopf, 1949] * The Golden Age [Norton, 1975] Jim Fitzpatrick (1948-): Irish mythology illustrator (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.354) Five Million Years to Earth: a.k.a. Quatermass and the Pit; see SF/Fantasy Movies [1967] Return to Authors F Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Francis Flagg, pseudonym of George H. Weiss or Henry George Weiss: * The Night People [Fantasy Publishing Company, Inc., 1947] Flame, Australia (1935?-1941?): see Magazines Flame, see Lilith Lorraine, fantasy/SF poetry {hotlink to be done} Richard Flanagan: * The Hunting Variety [Putnam, 1973] John Flanders, pseudonym of Raymond de Kremer The Flash: see SF/Fantasy TV [1990-1991]; based on comix Flash Gordon: see Alex Raymond and Don Moore [1934]; see SF/Fantasy Movies [1936; 1979; 1980] Flash Gordon Strange Adventure Magazine (Dec 1936): see Magazines Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880): leading author of France. Listed here for: * "Reve d'enfer" (1837) [Ouvres Completes, 1922] alchemist and devil * "La danse des morts" (1838) [Ouvres Completes, 1922] devil * Smarh (1839) [Ouvres Completes, 1885] play, long monologue by devil * Salammbo [1863; UK: 1886] tr. by M. French Sheldon * La tentation de Saint Antoine [1908] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.355) James Elroy Flecker, full name Herman James Elroy Flecker (1884-1915): British playwright/poet and Fantasy author: * The King of Alsander [1914] * Collected Prose [1920] story collection, some Fantasy * Hassan [1922] play, Arabia (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.355) Paul Flehr, pseudonym of Frederick Pohl Max Fleischer (1883-1972): American animator/filmmaker born in Vienna, with technical credits involving combined animation/live action including: * the "Out of the Inkwell" series of shorts [1915-1927] * the "bouncing ball" to encourage audience to sing along * "My Old Kentucky Home" [1924] first cartoon with soundtrack * the "Talkartoon" series [1929] * "Dizzy Dishes" [1930] Betty Boop's debut, continues toi 1939 * "Popeye" [1932] adapted from Segar comix [1919], more through 1957 * "Gulliver's Travels" [1939] highpoint, much rotoscoping * "Mr. Bug Goes to Town" [1941] commercial failure * "Superman" #1-9 [1941-1943] Paramount/Fleischer (#10-17 were Paramount/Famous) (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.356) Harry Fleming, pseudonym of William H. F. Bird Ian Fleming, full name Ian Lancaster Fleming (28 May 1908-12 Aug 1964): British author who almost single-handedly revived the espionage thriller genre with James Bond, 007. These novels straddle the border between spy fiction and science fiction, because of the frequent use of high-tech weapons and paraphrenalia, and the explicit use of satellite and space station settings at times. Often parodied, transformed into one ofd the most succesfull movie franchises, Ian Fleming helped to make the action adventure film possible in a way which today sustains numerous big budget sci fi movies. Ian Fleming Born in London; educated at Eton College, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst; language student, Universities of Geneva and Munich; Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve; personal assistant to Director of Naval Intelligence, as Lieutenant; 1952 married Anne Geraldin Charteris, one son; Reuters News Agency's Moscow Correspondent; employed by merchant bankers Cull and Company; stockbroker, Rowe and Pittman; London Times' Moscow Correspondent; Thompson newspapers' Foreign Manager; Book Collector publisher; Order of the Dannebrog: * 11 espionage thriller novels with series character James Bond: * Casino Royale [London: Cape, 1954; New York: Macmillan, 1954] a.k.a. You Asked For It [New York: Popular Library, 1955] * Live and Let Die [London: Cape, 1954; New York: Macmillan, 1955] * Moonraker [London: Cape, 1955; New York: Macmillan, 1955] a.k.a. Too Hot to Handle [New York: Permabooks, 1957] * Diamonds are Forever [London: Cape, 1956; New York: Macmillan, 1956] * From Russia, With Love [London: Cape, 1957; New York: Macmillan, 1957] * Doctor No [London: Cape, 1958; New York: Macmillan, 1958] * Goldfinger [London: Cape, 1959; New York: Macmillan, 1959] * Thunderball [London: Cape, 1961; New York: Macmillan, 1961] * The Spy Who Loved Me [London: Cape, 1962; New York: Viking, 1962] * On Her Majesty's Secret Service [London: Cape, 1963; New York: New American Library, 1963] * You Only Live Twice [London: Cape, 1964; New York: New American Library, 1964] * The Man With The Golden Gun [London: Cape, 1965; New York: New American Library, 1965] * 2 espionage thriller story collections with series character James Bond: * For Your Eyes Only: Five Secret Occasions in the Life of James Bond [London: Cape, 1960; New York: Viking, 1960] * Octopussy, and The Living Daylights [London: Cape, 1966; New York: New American Library, 1966] * 1 unrelated novel: * The Diamond Smugglers * 1 screenplay (Thunderball) * 3 other books: * Thrilling Cities * Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang (juvenile) (1964-1965) * Ian Fleming Introduces Jamaica Stuart Fleming, pseudonym of Damon Knight George U. Fletcher, pseudonym of Fletcher Pratt Jo Fletcher: no known home page, Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Jo Fletcher John C. Fletcher, pseudonym of Harold Standish Corbin Melanie Miller Fletcher: ex-patriate Chicagoan "currently spending my days in 1870 Oxford and my nights on a Dutch farm" [e-mail to this Web domain], credits include: "Star Quality" in anthology "Selling Venus" (Circlet Press, Inc., 1995) "Genderflex" in anthology "Selling Venus" (Circlet Press, Inc., 1996) in-progress cyberserial "Hoosier Red: The Life and Times of a Questionable Property" available on her Web page (see below) and she also maintains the Lewis Carroll and Science Fiction page on her home page (also see below) Melanie Miller Fletcher's home page e-mail Melanie Fletcher (Melanie Miller), Netherlands Lynn Flewelling: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Lynn Flewelling's home page Lynn is the author of the Nightrunner Series: * Luck in the Shadows * Stalking Darkness [Feb 1997] e-mail Lynn Flewelling Margaret S.M. Flinn, M.D.: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Eric Flint: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Homer Eon Flint: * The Devolutionist and the Emancipatrix [Ace, 1965] 2 novels * The Lord of Death and the Queen of Life [Ace, 1965] 2 novels * The Blind Spot, co-authored with A. Hall [originally serialized in Argosy All-Story Weekly, starting 14 May 1921; New York: Ace, 1964??] "The most famous fantastic novel of all time. Fabulous!" -- Forrest J. Ackerman Ace blurb: "The Blind Spot is surely the great classic novel of parallel worlds [or ALTERNATE WORLDS] It is one of the most enthralling science-fiction books ever written. At once a fantasy adventure, an exceptional mystery, it is a new concept that touches the very framework of reality. What was 'The Blind Spot?' A room in San Francisco where strange things happened -- or a doorway into another cosmos, a different world, or perhaps the key to past or future? The fantastic events that follow from its deceptively simple opening are the sort of stuff from which Charles Fort wove his world-shaking books and A. Merritt wrought fabulous novels. 'The Blind Spot' is an experience in science-fiction imagination not to be missed." W. Russell Flint, full name Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969): British illustrator who evolved into as leading artist, best known for * King Solomon's Mines [1905] text by H. Rider Haggard * The Song of Songs [1909] * The Heroes [1912] text by Charles Kingsley * The Canterbury Tales [1913] text by Geoffrey Chaucer * The Odyssey [1924] * Le Morte d'Arthur [1910-1911] 4 volumes, text by Sir Thomas Mallory (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.356) Kenneth C. Flint: Celtic and Dark Fantasy author, some books under pseudonym Casey Flynn: * Otherworld [1992] modern Dark Fantasy * A Storm Upon Ulster [1981] a.k.a. The Hound of Culain * Isle of Destiny: A Novel of Ancient Ireland [1988] * the "Sidhe" series: * Riders of the Sidhe [1984] * Champions of the Sidhe [1984] * Master of the Sidhe [1985] * the "Finn MacCumhal" series: * Challenge of the Clans [1986] * Storm Shield [1986] * The Dark Druid [1987] * Cromm [1990] * Legends Reborn [1992] * The Darkening Flood [1995] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.356) Flood: see Deluge {to be done}; see Noah The Fly: see George Langelaan; see SF/Fantasy Movies [1958; 1959; 1965; 1986; 1989] Flying Dutchman: {to be done} Flying Saucer Review, British (May 1955-?): see Magazines Flying Saucers from Other Worlds (June 1957-Oct 1965): see Magazines Casey Flynn: pseudonym of Kenneth C. Flint (see above) Danny Flynn, full name Danny Anthony Flynn (1958-): British SF/Fantasy/Horror illustrator and painter (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.358) John L. Flynn: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America John L. Flynn @ Dragon*Con Many short stories/articles; writing teacher at the College of Liberal Arts at Towson State University in Maryland e-mail John L. Flynn Michael F. Flynn: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Michael F. Flynn Roberta Grant Flynn: no known home page, Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Roberta Grant Flynn Return to Authors F Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Nandor Fodor, pseudonym of Hereward Carrington The Fog: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1979] Pat Fogarty: Pat Fogarty@sff.net Will Folke, pseudonym of Robert Bloch Folklore: {to be done} Folktale: {to be done} Dorothy C. Fontana, prolific teleplay writer (Star Trek, many others), often as "D. C. Fontana", also a novelist: * The Questor Tapes [Ballentine Books, 1974] no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Dorothy C. Fontana Fontana Book of Great Ghost Stories: annual anthology series (1964-1984) C. L. Fontenay [full name Charles L. Fontenay]: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America * The Day the Oceans Overflowed [Monarch, 1964] * Revels of the Red Planet [Ace, 1961] * Twice Upon a Time [Ace, 1958] Food of the Gods: see H. G. Wells; see SF/Fantasy Movies [1976] Fool: {to be done}; see Jester; see Tarot; see Cards; ... or am I fooling myself? Verge Foray, pseudonym of Howard L. Myers Colin Forbes, pseudonym of Raymond Harold Sawkins Bruce W. Ford: Member of Horror Writers of America Bruce W. Ford Ford Maddox Ford (1873-1939): name at birth was Joseph Leonard Ford Hermann Madox Hueffer, then changed his name in protest of Germany in World War I. Founder/Editor of "English Review" (1908-1909) and "Transatlantic Review", prolific author of 70+ books, best known of which were "The Good Soldier" [1915] and "Parade's End" [1950] (omnibus edition of the "Tietjens" series). Fantasy books include: * The Brown Owl [1892] chapbook, juvenile * The Inheritors: An Extravagant Story [1901] coauthor Joseph Conrad * Mr. Apollo [1908] * The "Half-Moon": A Romance of the Old World and the New [1909] witch * Ladies Whose Bright Eyes [1911] TIME TRAVEL * The Young Lovell: A Romance [1913] TIME TRAVEL (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.361) Garrett Ford, pseudonym of William L. Crawford & Margaret Crawford H. J. Ford, a.k.a. Henry Ford, full name Henry Justice Ford (1860-1941): British artist best known for: * the 12 "Fairy Books" by Andrew Lang (collaborate on #1 [Blue] and #2 [Red], all art in #3-#12) * The Animal Story Book [1896] * The Arabian Nights Entertainments [1898] * The Red Book of Animal Stories [1899] * The Book of Romance [1902] * The Red Book of Romance [1905] a.k.a. The Red Romance Book * Tales of Greece and Troy [1909] * Old Testament Legends [1913] * David Blaize and the Blue Door [1918] text by E. F. Benson (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.361) Hillary Ford, pseudonym of Christopher S. Youd (or what the name would be if Hillary Clinton married Gerald Ford) John M. Ford (1957-): SF/Fantasy poet and author, son of famous film director John Anson Ford: * "This, Too, We Reconcile" [Analog, 1976] * The Dragon Waiting: A Masque of History [1983] winner 1984 World Fantasy Award ALTERNATE WORLDS * Casting Fortune [1989] story collection Leslie Ford, pseudonym of Zenith Brown Richard Ford (1948-): British author: * the "Faradawn" series (combines animal fantasy, elves, World War III): * Quest for the Faradawn [1982] * Melvaig's Vision [1984] * Children of Ashgaroth (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.362) Steven M. Ford: no known home page, Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Steven M. Ford e-mail Steven M. Ford old Leila Foreman: no known home page, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Lelia Rose Foreman@sff.net e-mail Leila Foreman Michael Foreman (1938-): Britisdh painter and author/illustrator (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.362) Russell Foreman: * The Ringway Virus [Little Brown, 1977] Ginny Forman, pseudonym of Hugh Zachery Forerunner, Australia (Spring 1952-Autumn 1953): see Magazines Forgotten Fantasy (Index) : see Magazines David Forrest, pseudonym of David Eliades & Robert Forrest-Webb Felix C. Forrest, pseudonym of Paul M. A. Linebarger Maryann Forrest: * Here [Coward McCann, 1970] E. M. Forster, full name Edward Morgan Forster (1879-1970): major British mundane author, best known for "A Passage to India" [1924] and "Howards End" [1910], listed here for: * "The Machine Stops" [1909] far future humanity living hive-like in vast Earth-girdling city, isolated their entire lives (except single brief sexual encounter for procreation), one person per cell/apartment, communicating by videoscreens, fed through tubes, and the whole civilization brought to ruin by a meteor strike * The Celestial Omnibus and Other Stories [1911] story collection with many Pan and Hermes Fantasies * The Eternal Moment [1928] story collection, many supernatural (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.362) Fortress semipro: see Magazines Fortune: see Fate {to be done} Dion Fortune, pseudonym of Violet Mary Firth Evans (1890-1946): central in the "Order of the Golden Dawn" with Yeats et al., and the "Theosophical Society" (from 1923), and then her own splinter organization "The Fraternity of the Inner Light" (1927): * The Secrets of Dr. Taverner [1926; expanded 1979] story collection, Dr. Taverner is a Detective confronting supernatural events * The Demon Lover [1927] astral plane, vampire, werewolf * The Winged Bull [1935] * The Goat-Foot God [1936] * the "Le Fay Morgan" series: * The Sea Priestess [1938] * Moon Magic [1956] * many books on the occult, Qabalah, magic, King Arthur, and poetry (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.363) Fortuneteller: see Prophet {to be done} Dr. Robert L. Forward: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Dr. Robert L. Forward "Dr. Robert L. Forward is a consulting scientist, future technologist, lecturer, and science fact and science fiction author. He is owner and president of Forward Unlimited, a consulting firm established in 1962, specializing in exotic physics and advanced space propulsion, and partner and Chief Scientist of Tethers Unlimited, a partnership formed in 1994 with Dr. Robert P. Hoyt, specializing in highly survivable space tethers." This web site has pages on: * Business Biography * Professional Biography * Technical Publications * Patents * Popular Science Articles * Short Stories * Book Length Works * Tethers Unlimited e-mail Dr. Robert L. Forward His books, which can be ordered (autographed) through his web site include: * Dragon's Egg [New York: Ballentine/Del Rey, 1980] * "Rocheworld" [serialized in Analog, Dec 1982-Feb 1983] a.k.a. The Flight of the Dragonfly [New York: Pocket/Timescape, 1984] expanded version as Rocheworld [New York: Baen, 1990] * Starquake [New York: Ballentine/Del Rey, 1985] * Future Magic [New York: Avon, 1988] nonfiction "obsolete and out of print. Replaced by Indistinguishable from Magic." * Mirror Matter: Pioneering Antimatter Physics [New York: Wiley Science Editions, 1988] co-author Joel Davis; nonfiction * Martian Rainbow [New York: Ballentine/Del Rey, 1991] * Timemaster [New York: Tor, 1992] * Return to Rocheworld [New York: Baen, 1993] co-author Julie Forward Fuller * Marooned on Eden [New York: Baen, 1993] co-author Martha Dodson Forward * Camelot 30K [New York: Tor, 1993] * Ocean Under the Ice [New York: Baen, 1994] co-author Martha Dodson Forward * Dragon's Egg & Starquake (combined edition) [New York: Ballentine/Del Rey, 1994] * Rescued from Paradise [New York: Baen, 1995] co-author Julie Forward Fuller * Indistinguishable from Magic [New York: Baen, 1995] * Saturn Rukh [New York: Tor, March 1997] Richard "Rick" Foss: no known home page, Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America former travel agent of Your Humble Webmaster, has done volunteer work in convention organizing and running the SFWA Suite at the Glasgow Worldcon, and other good works. His brother is a writer. Rick is active in LASFS, the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society, arguably the oldest continuously meeting science fiction club in the world, and in organizing SF cons, such as Loscon. Harold C. Fosse, pseudonym of Horace L. Gold Alan Dean Foster: nothing on the Web? {film hotlinks to be done} Alan Dean Foster, born New York City 18 Nov 1946, son of Maxwell Feinberg and Helen Smith, married Jo Ann Oxley 1975, author of story for "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" dubbed "the King of Sci Fi Novelizations" for film-spinoff books including: "Luana" (1974), "Dark Star" (1974), "Star Wars" (1976), "Alien" (1979), "The Black Hole" (1980), "Clash of the Titans" (1981), "Outland" (1981), "The Thing" (1982), "Krull" (1983), "The Last Starfighter" (1984), "Starman" (1984), "Pale Rider" (1985), "Aliens" (1986), many Star Trek novels, many SF novel, stories in Adam, Analog, Asimov's, F&SF, Galaxy, Galileo, Worlds of If; BA 1968 UCLA, MFA 1969 UCLA, head copywriter Headlines Ink Agency (PR), instructor in motion picture writing and history 1971-76 Los Angeles City College, taught at UCLA, Galaxy Award 1979 for "Splinters of the Mind's Eye", U.S. Army Reserve 1969-75 Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Alan Dean Foster Harold R. Foster, full name Harold Rudolph Foster (1892-1981): sometimes called "the father of the American comic strip" because of his 50+ years on "Tarzan" and "Prince Valiant" (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.363) M. A. Foster: * The Game Players of Zan [Daw, 1977] * The Warriors of Dawn [Daw, 1975] Richard Foster, pseudonym of Kendell F. Crossen Fountain of Youth: see Elixer of Life; see IMMORTALITY Friedrich Heinrich Karl Fouque', Baron de la Motte (1777-1843): author/soldier of Germany: * Undine [1911] tr. by Goerge Soane as "Undine: A Romance" [UK: 1818] acknowledged classic, adapted to opera "Undine" [1816] by E.T.A. Hoffman * the "Der Held des Nordens" [Hero of the North] series: * Sigurd [1908] first play adaptation of Siegfried legend * Sigurd's Rache [1810] sequel to Sigurd * Aslaugus Ritter [1810] (this trilogy greatly infleunced Richard Wagner) * Der Zaubring [1813; tr. as "The Magic Ring" UK: 1825] * Sintram [1815; tr. as "Sintram and His Companions" UK: 1820] based on Albrecht Durer engraving (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.364) Four Horsemen: see Apocalypse; Death Christopher Fowler (1953-): British author and film marketer: * "Left Hand Drive" [1987] award-winning short film adaptation [1993] * City Jitters [1987] story collection * City Jitters Two [1988] story collection * Roofworld [1988] 1st novel, bestseller set above London * Rune [1989] * The Bureau of Lost Souls [1989] story collection * Red Bride [1992] * Sharper Knives [1992] story collection * Through the Eyes of a Killer [1992] USA: TV-Movie * Darkest Day [1993] * Spanky [1994] deal with devil * Psychoville [1995] * Flesh Wounds [1995] story collection * Disturbia [1996] * Dracula's Library [1997] story collection (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.364) Karen Joy Fowler: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Karen Joy Fowler @ AlphaRalpha Sydney Fowler: pseudonym of Sydney Fowler Wright (6 Jan 1874-25 Feb 1965): British accountant, poet, poetry magazine editor, major Science Fiction author, and prolific but minor Mystery/Detective author (Go to Ultimate Mystery/Detective Web Guide) : * 23 mainstream and science fiction novels: * The Amphibians: A Romance of 500,000 Years Hence [London: Merton, 1925] * Deluge [London: self-published, 1927; New York: Cosmopolitan, 1928] * The Island of Captain Sparrow [London: Gollancz, 1928; New York: Cosmopolitan, 1928] * The World Below (includes The Amphibians) a.k.a. The Dwellers [London: Collins, 1929; New York: Longmans, 1930] * Dawn [New York: Cosmopolitan, 1929; London: Harrap, 1931] * Elfwin [London: Harrap, 1930; New York: Longmans, 1930] * Dream, or The Simian Maid [London: Harrap, 1931] * Seven Thousand in Israel [London: Jarrolds, 1931] * Red Ike (co-author J. M. Denwood) [London: Hutchinson, 1931; a.k.a. "Under the Brutchstone", New York: Coward McCann, 1931] * Beyond the Rim [London: Jarrolds, 1932] * Lord's Right in Languedoc [London: Jarrolds, 1933] * Power [London: Jarrolds, 1933] * David [London: Butterworth, 1931] * Prelude in Prague: A Story of the War of 1938 [London: Newnes, 1935; New York: Putnam, 1936] * Four Days War [London: Hale, 1936] * The Screaming Lake [London: Hale, 1937] * Megiddo's Ridge [London: Hale, 1937] * The Hidden Tribe [London: Hale, 1938] * The Adventure of Wyndham Smith [London: Jenkins, 1938] * Ordeal of Barata [London: Jenkins, 1939] * The Siege of Malta: Founded on an Unfinished Romance by Sir Walter Scott [London: Muller, 1942] * The Vengeance of Gwa [London: Books for Today, 1945] * Spiders' War [New York: Abelard Press, 1954] * 3 mainstream and science fiction story collections * 25 mystery/detective novels with series characters Professor Blinkwell, Inspector Cauldron, Inpector Cleveland, Mr. Jellipot * 1 mystery/detective story collection * 5 books of poetry * 3 other books (politics, Biography of Sir Walter Scott) * 9 books edited (poetry) * 3 books translated (Dante, Dumas pere) John Fowles, full name John Robert Fowles (1926-): British mainstream author best known for "The Collector" [1963] and "The French Lieutenant's Woman [1969], both of which were successfully filmed; known in the SF/Fantasy/Horror genres for: * The Magus [US: 1965; revised UK: 1977] filmed as "The Magus" [1968] draft title was "The Godgame", parallels with Shakespeare's "The Tempest" * Mantissa [1982] goddess/muse * A Maggot [1986] Gardner F. Fox, full name Gardner Francis Fox (1911-1986): Author/comix writer (scripted Batman, The Flash, Green Lantern, The Atom, Zatara, Hawkman, The Spectre, The Justice Society, Crom the Barbarian, Adam Strange), also wrote as Bart Somers, Simon Majors: * Abandon Galaxy [Paperback Library, 1967] as Somers * Arsenal of Miracles [Ace, 1964] * Beyond the Black Enigma [Paperback Library, 1965] as Somers * Conehead [Ace, 1973] * The Druid Stone [Paperback Library, 1967] as Majors * Escape Across the Cosmos [Paperback Library, 1964] * The Hunter Out of Time [Ace, 1965] * The "Kothar the Barbarian" series (5 novels) * The "Kyrick Warlock Warrior" series (4 novels) * The "Warrior of Llarn" series (2 novels) Return to Authors F Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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The Fractal semipro: see Magazines Fraggle Rock: see SF/Fantasy TV [1983-1988]; Jim Henson Frame Story: {to be done} Joseph V. Francavilla: nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America FRANCE Anatole France, pseudonym of Anatole-Francois Jacques Thibault (1844-1924): Nobel laureate in Literature with frequent Fantasy works: * "The Honeybee" [1889; Tr. by Mrs. John Lane as "Baltahsar", 1909] * "The Kingdom of the Dwarfs" [Great Short Novels of Adult Fantasy, ed. Lin Carter, 1972] * Thais [1890; UK: 1901] Christian Fantasy * "L'etui de nacre" [1892; tr. by Henry Pene du Bois as "Tales from a Mother-of-Pearl Casket", 1896] * Les puits de Sainte Clare [1895; tr. Charles Carrington as "The Well of St.Clare", UK: 1909] * "San Satiro" satyr beatified * L'humaine tragedie [Tr. by Alfred Allinson as "The Human Tragedy", UK: 1917] falsely imprisoned monk is befriended by devil * La rotisserie de la reine Pedauque [1893; tr. by Mrs. Wilifred Jackson as "At the Sign of the Queen Pedauque", US: 1912] satire of 18th Century occultism * Sur la pierre blanche [1905; tr. by Charles E. Roche as "The White Stone", UK: 1909] paradoxes of prognostication * L'ile des pingoins [1908; tr. by A. W. Evans as "Penguin island", UK: 1909] near-sighted saint baptizes penguins * La revolte des anges [1914; tr. by Mrs. Wilifred Jackson as "The Revolt of the Angels", UK: 1914] angels revolution initiated by Lucretius science-poem "De rerum natura" [On the Nature of Things], an interesting exploration of the power of science and science-fiction-poetry! (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.366) Gregory Francis, pseudonym of Frank Parnell, Frank Parnell & J. M. MacGregor Jean Francis, pseudonym of Anita Grace Lee Francis, house name and pseudonym of Leroy Yerxa, H. Browne William C. Francis: nothing on the web? Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail William C. Francis new ? e-mail William C. Francis new e-mail William C. Francis old Gerald J. Francischelli: nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Yves Regis Francois: * The CTZ Paradigm [Doubleday, 1975] Frank Reade Library (24 Sep 1892-?): see Magazines Fredrick S. Frank, full name Fredrick Stilson Frank (1935-): major critic of Gothic literature (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.367) Jane Frank: nothing on the web? Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Janrae Frank: nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Janrae Frank e-mail Janrae Frank old, invalid? Pat [Harry Hart] Frank (5 May 1907-?) American ambassador/novelist "Alas, Babylon" [Lippincott, 1959; Bantam] is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle other books include: * Forbidden Area [Lippincott, 1956; Science Fiction Book Club; Bantam] * Mr. Adam [Lippincott, 1946; Pocket] Herbert W. Franke: * The Mind Net [Daw, 1974] * The Orchid Cage [Daw, 1973] * Zone Null [Seabury, 1974] Frankenstein: see Mary Shelley Cheryl J. Franklin, full name Cheryl Jean Franklin (1955-): no known home page; Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America * the "Network/Consortium" SF series: * The Light in Exile [1990] * The Inquisitor [1992] * the "Fire Lord" Fantasy series: * Fire Get [1987] * Fire Lord [1989] * Fire Crossing [1991] * Sable, Shadow, and Ice [1994] post-holocaust wizard-war (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.373) Jay Franklin, pseudonym of John Franklin Carter: * The Rat Race [Fantasy Publishing Co., Inc., 1950; Galaxy Novel #10] Max Franklin, pseudonym of Richard Deming Paul Franklin, pseudonym of Bryce Walton Laura Frankos (Turtledove): mystery writer, wife of SF writer Harry Turtledove e-mail Laura Frankos (Turtledove) e-mail Laura Frankos (Turtledove) old Steven Frankos: nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Leo Frankowski: Leo Frankowski @ AlphaRalpha electro-optical researcher and SF author, often nominated for awards Robert Wilfred Franson: no known home page, but CompuServe e-mail Returned to Active Member status Summer 1997 with Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Robert Wilfred Franson Frants & DeCandido: Frants & DeCandido@sff.net Claud Lovat Fraser (1890-1921): British Fantasy illustrator (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.373) Eric George Fraser (1902-1983): British Fantasy illustrator (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.373) Sir Ronald Arthur Fraser (1888-1974): British Fantasy author: * The Flying Draper [1924] * Landscape with Figures [1925] oriental * Flower Phantoms [1926] * Miss Lucifer [1939] * The Fiery Gate [1943] * Beetle's Career [1951] Science Fiction: nuclear physics, ultimate weapon, and proof of the existence of the soul * the "Planetary Spirits" series: * A Visit from Venus [1958] SF/Fantasy * Jupiter in the Chair [1958] SF/Fantasy * Trout's Testamant [1960] * The City of the Sun [1961] * A Work of Imagination: The Pen, the Brush, the Well [1974] occult (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.373) Jonathan Frater: e-mail Jonathan Frater D. Douglas Fratz [full name Donald Douglas Fratz]: born Oakland MD 18 Nov 1952, son of Donald Henry Fratz and Anna Mary Savage, married Naomi Richfield 3 Feb 1979, son Alexander Paul, daughter Erica Jean, contributed book reviews to Fantasy Review, Quantum, Stardate, Washington Post; B.S., 1970-74 Chemistry, University of Maryland; M.S. 1981-83 Environmental Science, George Washington University; Research Assistant 1972-74 National Institutes of Health, Bethesda MD; Editor and Publisher 1973-present Quantum Publications, Gaithersberg MD; Chemist 1974-80 Food & Drug Administration, Washington DC; Director of Science Affairs 1980-, Chemical Specialties Manufacturers Association, Washington DC; Member SFWA e-mail D. Douglas Fratz Christopher Frayling (1946-): British professor/author: * Vampyres [1979] anthology, expanded as "Vampyres: Lord Byron to Count Dracula" [1991] * Strange Landscape: A Journey through the Middle Ages [1995] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.373) Michael Frayne (1933-): British playwright, novelist, author of essays/satire: * The Tin Men [Viking, 1965; Ace] * A Very Private Life [Viking, 1968; Dell, 1969] * Sweet Dreams [Viking, 1974; Ballantine Books] death and the freeways to the modernist City of Heaven; architect subcontracts design work from God Steve Frazee, pseudonym of Charles S. Frazee: * The Sky Block [Rinehart, 1953; Lion; Pyramid] Andrew Frazer, pseudonym of Milton Lesser Arthur Frazier, house name and pseudonym of Kenneth Bulmer, Laurence James James Frazer, full name Sir James George Frazer (1854-1941): important anthropologist in systematic study of the nature of magic in numerous cultures: * The Golden Bough [1890, 2 vols; expanded 1900, 3 vols; expanded 1911-1915, 12 vols,; cut to 2 vols in 1922 abridged edition] is unique in Anthropology. It attempts to give anextended description of magic, religion, cults, and folk-lore. An indefatigable collector of information on ancient and "primitive" beliefs, practices, and social institutions, Frazer attempted to weave all this data into a series of integrated pictures of various cultures. By laying out the logical axioms of Magic, he set the standard for rigorous works of Fantasy forever after. Robert Frazier: nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America one of the most important authors and editors of Science Fiction POETRY Shamus Frazer: pseudonym of James Ian Arbuthnot Frazer (1912-1966): British fantasist: * Acorn Hog [1933] * A Shroud as Well as a Shirt [1935] * Blow, Blow Your Trumpets [1945] pre-diluvian magic (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.374) Frank Frazetta (1928-): Heroic Fantasy artist, quite influential, many collections of his art for comix and book covers Frank Kelly Freas (1922-): dean of science fiction illustrators: nothing on the web? Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Frank Kelly Freas e-mail Frank Kelly Freas old, invalid John Frederick, pseudonym of Frederick Faust Harriet Fredericks, pseudonym of Clyde Laurents & James Smock Colin Free: * The Soft Kill [Berkley, 1973] Nancy Freedman: * The Immortals [St.Martins, 1976] * Joshua, Son of None [Delacorte, 1973; Dell] Brad E. Freeman: nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Brad E. Freeman Jon Freeman: nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, full name Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman (1852-1930): prolific adult and children's author of 200+ works (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.374) Kate Freiman: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America (as of August 1998): * Earth Angel [Jove Publications, 1998] Valerie J. Freireich: nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Valerie J. Freireich Paul French: pseudonym of Isaac Asimov: Mike's Science Fiction Links Karen A. Frenkel, born New York City 7 Sep 1955, daughter of David Allen Frenkel and Irene Georgina Goldberger; author: "Robots: Machines in Man's Image" (with Isaac Asimov) 1985; contributed articles to Forbes, Medical World News; B.A., Hampshire College, Amherst MA; M.S., Science Communications, Boston University; freelance science writer, 1982-84; features writer, 1984-, Communications of the ACM, New York City; member Society of Professional Journalists Don J. Fretland, author of "The Oleandre" series: * The Persimmon Sequence [Apollo, 1971] * Winds of Heliopolis [Apollo, 1972] * The Oleandre Solution [Apollo, 1973??] Mary K. Frey: nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Mary Frey@sff.net e-mail Mary K. Frey Freya, Freyja: goddess Gertrude Friedberg: * The Revolving Boy [Doubleday, 1966; Ace] Michael J. Friedman, full name Michael Jan Friedman (1955-): nothing on the web? Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America * the "Vidar" Nordic/contemporary fantasy series: * The Hammer and the Horn [1985] * The Seekers and the Sword [1985] * The Fortress and the Fire [1988] * The Glove of Maiden's Hair [1987] elves in modern New York City (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.375) Egon Friedell: * The Return of the Time Machine [Daw, 1972] Arthur O. Friel: * The King of No-Man's Land [Harper, 1924] * The Pathless Trail [Centaur, 1969] * Tiger River [Harper, 1923; Centaur, 1973] Wendy Fries: nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Wendy Fries e-mail Wendy Fries old, invalid? Esther M. Friesner, full name Esther Mona Friesner-Stutzman, Ph.D. (1951-): no known home page; prolific and smart humorous and Fantasy work {to be done} Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Samri Frikell, pseudonym of Fulton Oursler Hain Friswell, full name James Hain Friswell (1825-1878): British author : * Ghost Stories and Phantom Fancies [1958] story collection (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.376) Charles E. Fritch: * Crazy Mixed-Up Planet [Pow, 1969] 14 stories * Horse's Asteroid [Pow, 1970] 13 stories Nigel Frith, full name Nigel Andrew Silver Frith (1941-): British poet and Fantasy author: * The Lover's Annual [1965] poetry collection in Troubador genre * The Legend of Krishna [1975; as "Krishna", 1985] * The Spear of Mistletoe: An Epic [1977; as "Asgard", 1982] * the "Pangaia" series: * Jormundgand [1986] * Dragon [1987] * Olympiad [1988] * Commedia [1987] play performed, re-creates Commedia dell'Arte * Snow [1993] academic ghosts (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.376) Fritz: pseudonym of Frank Frazetta Fritz the Cat: see Ralph Bakshi, Art Crumb Frog Prince: {to be done} David Frome, pseudonym of Zenith Brown Arthur Burdette Frost (1851-1928): Fantasy illustrator (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.376) Frederick Frost, pseudonym of Frederick Faust Glenna Frost@sff.net Gregory Frost, full name Gregory Dee Frost (1951-): nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America: * "Rubbish" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, 1984] SF * Lyrec [1984] Fantasy * The Pure Cold Light [1993] SF * the "Tain" Fantasy series: * Tain [1986] * Remscela [1988] e-mail Gregory Frost Mark Frost (1953-): novelist/director/screenwriter: * The Believers [1987] film, based on Nicholas Conde' novel "The Religion" [1982] {hotlink to be done} * Twin Peaks [1991-1992] TV miniseries, co-creator with David Lynch * Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me [1992] film, co-creator with David Lynch * Storyville [1992] film {hotlink to be done} * The List of 7 [1993] novel, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle vs. Madame Blavatsky * The 6 Messiahs [1995] novel, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in the Old West (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.376) Brian Froud (1949-): British Fantasy illustrator, designer of the film "The Dark Crystal" {hotlink to be done} Northrop Frye, full name Herman Northrop Frye (1912-1991): major literary critic of Canada: * Anatomy of Criticism: Four Essays [1957] 3rd Essay is a "Theory of Myths", quite interesting take on Fantasy as a dynamic based on tension between higher "Innocence" and lower "Experience", creating trajectories variously as tragedy, comedy, or Romance, tied in with a cyclic theory of history and mythic season-cycle; I might recast this as a Chaos Theory of Fantasy, with 4 "mythoi" as Dynamic Attractors Donald S. Fryer, full name Donald Sidney Fryer (1934-): poet and editor associated with Clark Ashton Smith: * Songs and Sonnets Atlantean [1971] poetry collection as if from Atlantis * Emperor of Dreams: A Clark Ashton Smith Bibliography [1978] * several editions of Clark Ashton Smith works (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.377) Kim Fryer: nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Kim Fryer e-mail Kim Fryer old, invalid? Return to Authors F Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Carlos Fuentes: pseudonym of Carlos Manuel Fuentes Macias (1928-): major author and diplomat of Mexico; Fantasy and magical Realism and History of Mexico in unique blend {to be done} John Fuller, full name John Leopold Fuller (1937-): British poet/novelist, son of poet Roy Fuller (1912-1991): * Fairground Music [1961] poetry * The Illusionists [1980] epic poem, quasi-Fantasy * Flying to Nowhere: A Tale [1983] chapbook, Fantasy * The Adventures of Speedfall [1985] story collection * Look Twice: An Entertainment [1991] * The Worm and the Star [1993] story collection (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.378) Roger Fuller, pseudonym of Donald Fiske Tracy Thomas E. Fuller: nothing on the web? Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Thomas E. Fuller @ Dragon*Con e-mail Thomas E. Fuller Audrey J. Fulton: nothing on the web? Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Fu Manchu: see Doctor Fu Manchu Augustine Funnell: * Brandy Jack [Laser, 1976] * Rebels of Merka [Laser, 1976] Robert Fuqua, pseudonym of Joe W. Tillotson Maggie Furey (1955-): British Fantasy author: * the "Artefacts of Power" series: * Aurian [1994] * Harp of Winds [1994] * The Sword of Flame [1995] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.378) Michael Furey, pseudonym of Arthur Sarsfield Ward (Sax Rohmer) Monica Furlong, full name Monica Teavis Furlong (1930-): British Young Adult fantasist: * A Year and a Day [1990; as "Juniper", US: 1991] * Wise Child [1987] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.378) Harry Furniss (1854-1925): illustrator/caricaturist of Ireland (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.378) Nick Fury, pseudonym of Michel Parry The Fury: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1978] Adam Corbin Fusco: nothing on the web? Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Henry Fuseli, born as Johann Heinrich Fussli (1741-1825): Professor and Romantic/Fantasy artist Future combined with Science Fiction (Stories), see Future Science Fiction Future Fantasy and Science Fiction, see Future Science Fiction Future Science Fiction (Nov 1939-July 1943, May/June 1950-Apr 1960): see Magazines Future Science Fiction, Australia (1953-1967): see Magazines Futuristic Science Stories, British (Aug 1950-Jun 1954): see Magazines Futuristic Stories, British (1946?-1947?): see Magazines Futuro, Novelas de ciencia y fantasia, Spain (1954): see Magazines Futuro, Rassegna Italiana di Fantascienza, Italy (May/Jun 1963-15 Nov 1964): see Magazines Return to Authors F Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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H. B. Fyfe: * D-99 [Pyramid, 1962]
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