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Amelia G: ISFDB lists: Anthologies Edited: * Backstage Passes [Rhinoceros, 1996] ISBN 1-56333-438-0, $6.95 Short Fiction: * "Snaked" [1990?] * "Clan Death Moon [1991?] * "Rocket Queen" [1993] * "Wanting" [Blood Kiss, ed. Cecilia Tan, Circlet Press, 1994] ISBN 1-885865-00-7, $9.95, trade paperback * "Dreamgirl" [Backstage Passes] G---r G---n: pseudonym for ???; ISFDB lists: * "Frozen Hitler Found in Atlantean Love Nest" [Alien Pregnant By Elvis, eds. Esther M. Friesner and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1994] ISBN 0-88677-610-4, $5.99 Lyle G.: ISFDB lists: * "House...Wife" [Beyond Fantasy Fiction, Nov 1953] co-author Boyd Ellanby (pseudonym of William C. Boyd) Josteine Gaarder (1952-): philosopher and bestselling author of NORWAY * Kabalmysteriat [1990; tr. by Sarah Jane Hails as "The Solitaire Mystery", London: Phoenix, 1997] ISBN 1-85799-865-0, 6.99, trade paperback [New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1996] ISBN 0-374-26651-4, $22.00, hardcover Philosophical quest with boy and dad protagonists searching for wife/mother through a magic book by a baker/grandfather that can only be read with a magic magnifying glass given by an immortal trickster dwarf who is really a joker in a magic deck of cards from an island where a sailor was shipwrecked... oh, what's the use, the strange Fantasy cannot be readily summarized * Sofies verden [1991; tr. by Paulette Moller as "Sophie's World", [New York: 1994] the philospher Alberto Knox sends 14-year-old girl Sophie a series of letters about philosophy, except that both girl and man are characters in a book written by another man for his daughter, and both levels of reality interact in Fantasy scenarios Diana Gabaldon, full name Diana Jean Gabaldon Watkins (1952-): Novels: * the "Outlander" Time Travel series: * Outlander [Delacorte Press, 1991] * Dragonfly in Amber [Delacorte, 1992] ISBN 0-385-30231-2, $21.50, hardcover [Dell, 1992] ISBN 0-440-21562-5, $5.99 [London: Arrow, 1994] ISBN 0-09-929471-0, 5.99 * Voyager [Delacorte, 1994] ISBN 0-385-30232-0, $21.95, hardcover [London: Arrow, 1995] ISBN 0-09-942851-2, 5.99, paperback [Dell, 1994] ISBN 0-440-21756-3, $5.99, paperback * The Drums of Autumn [Delacorte, 1997] ISBN 0-385-31140-0, $24.95, hardcover [Century, 1997] ISBN 0-7126-7623-6, 15.00, hardcover [Arrow, 1997] ISBN 0-09-966431-3, 5.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Surgeon's Steel" [Excalibur, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, Warner Aspect,1995] ISBN 0-446-67084-7, $14.99, trade paperback G. N. Gabbard: ISFDB lists: * "More Things" [Nameless Places, ed. Gerald W. Page, Arkham House, 1975] $7.50, hardcover Tim Gabor: SF/Fantasy illustrator Tim Gabor ISFDB Claire Gabriel: ISFDB lists: * "Ni Var" [Star Trek: The New Voyages, eds. Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath, Bantam Books, 1976] $1.75, paperback Theodore Gachot: * Mermaids: Nymphs of the Sea [1996] nonfiction reviewed: [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1997] Leslie Gadallah: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America, resident of Canada: Short Fiction: * "Hanging Out in the Third World Laundromat" [Tesseracts 3, eds. Candas Jane Dorsey and Gerry Truscott, Porcepic Press, 1991] ISBN 0-88878-290-X, $7.95, trade paperback * "The Fairy Ring" [On Spec, Fall 1989] * "The Butterfly Effect" [On Spec, Spring 1991] * "The Wasp's Nest" [Senary - The Journal of Fantastic Literature, eds. Wayne Malkin and Derryl Murphy, Fallen Octopress, 1992] ISBN 0-9696429-0-3, $10.95 (Canada), trade paperback * Motherlove" [On Spec, Fall 1993] * "Dog Days" [On Spec, Summer 1996] Nonfiction: * "On Hard Science" [On Spec, Spring 1994] e-mail Leslie Gadallah Jeremy Gadd: ISFDB lists: * "On Fingal Head" [Eidolon, Winter 1992] [1992] Poetry" * untitled [Pirate Writings, Fall 1994] * "Carl Sagan Says" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Summer 1996] Vincent H. Gaddis (1913-?): American science/SF author; no known home page: Books: * Mysterious Fires and Lights [New York: McKay, 1967] Short Fiction: * "Special News Bulletin" [Weird Tales, Apr 1939] Nonfiction: * "The New Science of Space Speech" [Worlds of Tomorrow, Aug 1963] Henry Gade, house name and pseudonym of R. A. Palmer, others; under this pseudonym: * "A City on Venus" (1941) [Farewell Fantastic Venus, eds. Brian W. Aldiss and Harry Harrison, Macdonald, 1968] 30, harcover * "Heroes Die Hard" [Fantastic Adventures, Dec 1943] Gadino: pseudonym of Fantasy illustrator Gadino ISFDB Nicholas Gaetano: SF/Fantasy illustrator Nicholas Gaetano ISFDB Walter Gaffney-Kessell: SF/Fantasy illustrator Walter Gaffney-Kessell ISFDB Sam Gafford: ISFDB lists: Nonfiction: * William Hope Hodgson: Master of the Sea [Hobgoblin Press, 1991] $3.00 * "Unearthing the Forgotten" [introduction to: Demons of the Sea, collection of stories by William Hope Hodgson, Necronomicon Press, 1992] ISBN 0-940884-40-2, $8.95 * "The Road to Adventure" [introduction to: At Sea, collection of stories by William Hope Hodgson, Necronomicon Press, 1993] ISBN 0-940884-57-7, $5.95 Short Fiction: * "The Horseman" [Eldritch Tales, No. 14, 1987] Joseph H. Gage: ISFDB lists: * "Achilles Had His Heel" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct 1951] Wilson Gage, pseudonym of Mary Quintard Steele William Gagliani: ISFDB lists: Nonfiction: * "A Community of Travelers" [Midnight Journeys, eds. Davi Dee and Bill Allen, Ozark Triangle Press, 1995] $9.95, trade paperback Marcel G. Gagne: SF author of Canada: * "Paper" [On Spec, Winter 1994] Paul A. Gagne: * "The Zombies That Ate Pittsburgh" [1987] Nominated for 1988 Bram Stoker Award for Best Nonfiction Gaia: goddess, see Earth Mother Gaia Hypothesis: {to be done} Otto Willi Gail (1896-1956) Interplanetary novelist in Germany, books include "The Shot into Infinity" and "The Shot from the Moon" plus the fine Juvenile "By Rocket to the Moon" Neil Gaiman, full name Neil Richard Gaiman (1960-): Award-winning British author, screenwriter, poet, comix/graphic novel author; Winner of 1991 World Fantasy Award Winner of 1995 International Horror Guild Award Neil Gaiman @ Dragon*Con Writer of critically acclaimed "Sandman" comic, wrote teleplay for BBC TV series "Neverwhere", also to his credit are: Novels: * Good Omens: The Nice and Accirate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch (co-author Terry Pratchett) [New York: Workman, 1990; Ace, 1990; Gollancz, 1990; Science Fiction Book Club, 1990; Corgi, 1991; Berkley, 1992] * Neverwhere [London: BBC, 1996; Avon, 1997; Science Fiction Book Club, 1997] * The Day I Swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish (co-author Dave McKean) [White Wolf, 1997] ISBN 1-565-04944-6, $21.99, hardcover Story Collections: * Angels and Visitations: A Miscellany [1993, 1994] * Sandman: World's End [1995] Anthologies/Collections Created/Edited: * Ghastly Beyond Belief [1985] * Temps [1991] co-editor Alex Stewart * Eurotemps [1991] co-editor Alex Stewart * Villains! [1992] co-editor Mary Gentle * The Weerde: Book I [1992] co-editors Mary Gentle and Roz Kaveny * The Weerde: Book II [1993] co-editors Mary Gentle, Alex Stewart, and Roz Kaveny * Now We Are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse (co-editor Stephen Jones) [Minneapolis, MN: DreamHaven Books, 1994] ISBN 0-9630944-4-0, $11.95, trade paperback * Sandman: Book of Dreams (co-editor Edward E. Kramer) [New York: HarperPrism, 1996] ISBN 0-061-00833-8, $22.00, harcover [London: Voyager, 1996] 16.99, harcover Short Fiction: * "A Midsummer Night's Dream" [The Sandman #19, 1990] Winner of 1991 World Fantasy Award for Best Short Story * "Foreign Parts" [Words Without Pictures, ed. Steve Niles, Forestville, CA: Arcane Books/Eclipse Books, 1990] ISBN 1-56060-032-2, $8.95, trade paperback * "Culprits" [Interzone, Oct 1990] * "Murder Mysteries" [Midnight Graffiti, eds. Jessica Horsting and James Van Hise, Warner Books, 1992] ISBN 0-446-36307-3, $5.99 [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 * "Chivalry" [Grails: Quests, Visitations and Other Occurrences, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, Atlanta, Georgia: Unnameable Press] ISBN 0-934227-09-8, $33.95, hardcover [NAL/Roc, 1994] ISBN 0-451-45303-4, $9.95, trade paperback * "Troll-Bridge" [Realms of Fantasy, Oct 1994; The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Seventh Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, New York: St. Martin's Press] ISBN 0-312-11103-7, hardcover [Fantasy Stories, ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson Children's Books, 1996] ISBN 1-85487-452-7, 4.99, trade paperback * "Snow, Glass, Apples" [1994 chapbook; The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Eighth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, New York: St. Martin's, 1995] ISBN 0-312-13220-4, $27.95, hardcover * "One Life Furnished in Early Moorcock" [Michael Moorcock's Elric: Tales of the White Wolf, eds. Edward E. Kramer and Richard Gilliam, White Wolf, 1994] ISBN 1-56504-175-5, $19.99, hardcover ISBN 1-56504-174-7, $5.99, paperback Poetry: * Now We Are Sick (co-editor Stephen Jones) [Minneapolis, MN: DreamHaven Books, 1994] ISBN 0-9630944-4-0, $11.95, trade paperback * "The White Road" [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Ninth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, New York: St. Martin's, 1996] ISBN 0-312-14449-0, $27.95, hardcover ISBN 0-312-14450-4, $17.95, trade paperback * "Queen of Knives" [The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 7, ed. Stephen Jones, [Raven, 1996] ISBN 1-85487-464-0, 6.99, trade paperback [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Ninth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, New York: St. Martin's, 1996] ISBN 0-312-14449-0, $27.95, hardcover ISBN 0-312-14450-4, $17.95, trade paperback * "The Old Warlock's Reverie" [Once Upon a Midnight, eds. Jame A. Riley, Michael N. Langford, Thomas E. Fuller, Unnameable Press, 1995] ISBN 0-934227-16-0, $10.95, trade paperback * "Daughter of Owls" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall/Winter/Spring 1997/1998] Miscellaneous: * Duran Duran [1985] about the rock group * Violent Cases [1987] co-author David McKean * Outrageous Tales of the Old Testament [1987] graphic novel anthology * Don't Panic: The Official Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy Companion [1988] * Black Orchard [DC, 1988-1989] graphic novel from Sheldon Mayor character * Miracleman: The Golden Age [1992, 1993] graphic novel * Sandman: The Kindly Ones (co-author Marc Hempel) [DC/Vertigo,1996] $34.95, hardcover Art/Illustration: * Cover [But I Digress, Peter David, Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 1994] $14.95, trade paperback Nonfiction: * Introduction [Scholars & Soldiers, ed. Mary Gentle, Macdonald & Co. (Publishers) Ltd, 1989] ISBN 0-356-17893-5, 11.95 * "Afterword (Foreign Parts) [Words Without Pictures, ed. Steve Niles, Forestville, CA: Arcane Books/Eclipse Books, 1990] ISBN 1-56060-032-2, $8.95, trade paperback * "About Kim Newman, with notes on the creation and eventual dissolution of the Peace and Love Corporation" [The Original Dr. Shade and Other Stories, ed. Kim Newman, Pocket UK, 1994] ISBN 0-671-71562-3, 4.99, paperback G. E. Gaines: ISFDB lists: * "According to Custom" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Summer 1991] * "All's Fair" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Winter 1992] William M. Gaines (1922-1992): American publisher and editor of Mad magazine, which sometimes intelligently spoofed Science Fiction "Superduperman" and Fantasy; Gaines also published horror comics (see EC Comics) which were crushed by governmental censorship: no known web page Brian D. Gairdner: ISFDB lists: * "Virtual Success" [Harsh Mistress, Spring/Summer 1994] co-author Larry Miles Francis Gaite, pseudonym of M. Coles, or pseudonym of Adelaide F. O. Manning & C. H. Coles Donald Gaither: ISFDB lists: * "Wolf Tracks" [Isaac Asimov's, May-June 1978] poetry GAK: pseudonym of SF illustrator GAK ISFDB Vladimir Gakov: anthologist: * World's Spring [New York: Macmillan, 1981] ISBN 0-02-542180-8, hardcover Galahad: son of Lancelot; the perfect Knight of the Round Table; see "The Ultimate King Arthur Web Page" {to be done} Fanoula Galanakis: ISFDB lists: * "The Wall" [Aurealis, #14, 1994] Dave Galanter: ISFDB lists: * Star Trek Next Generation 31: Foreign Foes [1994] (co-author Greg Brodeur) Galassia, Italy (Jan 1953-June 1953): see Magazines Sol Galaxan, pseudonym of Alfred Coppel; stories under this pseudonym include: * "The Flight of the Eagle" [Planet Stories, Sep 1953] Galaxie, France (Dec 1953-Apr 1959, May 1964-?): see Magazines Galaxis Science Fiction, Germany (Mar 1958-July 1959): see Magazines Galaxy Magazine: Galaxy Magazine new address Galaxy Magazine old address Galaxy (Index) Galaxy Science Fiction Novels (Sep 1950-Jun 1961?), indexed in above : see Magazines Alexander Galbraith (1924-) British author best known by pseudonym "Sandy Wilson" and popular for theatrical cat fantasy "This Is Sylvia: Her Lives and Loves" Robert Galbreath: SF critic; ISFDB lists: * "Salvation-Knowledge: Ironic Gnosticism in Valis and Flight to Lucifer" [Science Fiction Dialogues, ed. Gary K. Wolfe, Academy Chicago, 1982] ISBN 0-89733-067-6, $8.95, trade paperback David Gale: anthologist: * Don't Give Up the Ghost [Dell Yearling, 1995] ISBN 0-440-41098-3, $3.99, trade paperback Floyd C. Gale, pseudonym of Floyd Clifford Gold (1918-1997): brother of Galaxy editor H. H. Gold, and under this pseudonym wrote numerous book reviews in "Galaxy" (1960-1963); also under this pseudonym, the story: * "Treachery on Planetoid 41" [Amazing, June 1940] Henry K. Gale, Canadian author of: * Spawn of the Vortex [Comet, 1957] Eduardo Galeano: * The Book of Embraces [W. W. Norton, 1991] story collection, $19.95, hardcover David Galef: ISFDB lists: * "Tour de France" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1991] * "An Apple a Day" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.5, 1993] * "Sweet Are the Uses" [Amazing, May 1993] * "Penny Ante" [1996] * "Nulltime" [Pirate Writings, #13, 1997] Russell Galen: super-agent, known for getting a $750,000 advance for a previously unpublished author, and representing giants of the field such as Arthur C. Clarke. Useful tips in his articles: * "Finding and Getting the Most Out of a Science Fiction Agent" [Science Fiction Writer's Market Place and Sourcebook, ed. David G. Tompkins, Writer's Digest Books, 1994] ISBN 0-89879-692-X, $19.99, hardcover * "Finding and Getting the Most Out of an Agent" [Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers' Sourcebook, Second Edition, ed. Dave H. Borcherding, Writer's Digest Books, 1996] ISBN 0-899879-762-4, $19.99, hardcover Dottie Galesburg (1899-1984): Boston-born journlaist, one-time mistress of Ian Fleming, novels include "Le circle d'enfer" (Paris: Ed. du Temps Present, 1966), "Prometheus in Pitssburgh" (Toronto: Smithers, 1977), "Wenn alle der Erde Enden" (Th. Knaur, 1962) John Gall: Fantasy illustrator John Gall ISFDB Dan Gallagher: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Dan Gallagher * THE PLEISTOCENE REDEMPTION: in stores soon from Cypress House and has ISBN 1-879384-32-9. It is promoted at Paleobook Chapters 1-13 can be downloaded FREE, Chapters 14-21 can be downloaded for $8 (which includes $5 discount for hardcover edition). Dave Gallagher: Fantasy illustrator Dave Gallagher ISFDB Diana G. Gallagher: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America Novels: * Star Trek Voyager Starfleet Academy: The Chance Factor (co-author Martin R. Burke) [Pocket Minstrel, 1997] ISBN 0-671-00732-7, $3.99, trade paperback * Star Trek Deep Space Nine #5: Arcade [Pocket Minstrel,1995] ISBN 0-671-89678-4, $3.99, trade paperback * Star Trek Deep Space Nine #11: Day of Honor: Honor Bound [Pocket Minstrel, 1997] ISBN 0-671-01452-8, $3.99, trade paperback * Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Showdown at the Mall [Pocket Archway, 1997] ISBN 0-671-01434-X, $3.99, TV-spinoff paperback Short Fiction: * "Tipping Is Not the Name of a City in China" [I, Vampire: Interviews with the Undead, eds. Forrest J. Ackerman and Jean Stine, Longmeadow Press, 1995] ISBN 0-681-00798-2, $12.95, hardcover e-mail Diana G. Gallagher author/artist/musician John Gallagher: ISFDB lists: * "Tree Trunks" [The Year's Best Science Fiction, 9th Annual Edition, ed. Judith Merril, New York: Simon and Schuster, 1964, hardcover; Dell, 1965, paperback] Mark Gallagher: ISFDB lists: * "Blood Banquet" [Aberbations, No.7, 1992] ISFDB misspells magazine name * "Intruders" [Aberrations, Sep 1994] Stephen Gallagher: ISFDB lists: Short Fiction: * "Nightmare, With Angel" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1983] * "The Price" [Isaac Asimov's, Jun 1985] * "No Life For Me Without You, Vodyanoi" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1985] * "The Boy Who Talked to the Animals" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1985] * "To Dance By the Light of the Moon" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1986] * "By the River, Fontainebleau" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1986] * "Like Clockwork" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1987] * "Old Red Shoes" [Ripper!, eds. Gardner Dozois and Susan Casper, Tor, 1988] ISBN 0-812-51700-8, $3.95 * "Ribbon of Darkness, Over Me" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1989] * "The Visitors' Book" [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Fifth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1992] trade paperback and hardcover * "Magpie" [1991] * "DeVice" [Hotter Blood: More Tales of Erotic Horror, eds. Jeff Gelb and Michael Garrett, Pocket, 1991] ISBN 0-671-70149-5, $4.95 * "The Sluice" [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Sixth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, New York: St. Martin's, 1993] ISBN 0-312-09422-1, $16.95, trade paperback * "Not Here, Not Now" [The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 7, ed. Stephen Jones, Raven, 1996] ISBN 1-85487-464-0, 6.99, trade paperback Poetry: * "Radio Nasty" [Now We Are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse, eds. Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones, Minneapolis, MN: DreamHaven Books, 1994] ISBN 0-9630944-4-0, $11.95, trade paperback Antoine Galland (1646-1715): Author of France, popularized Oriental and Arabian folktales in translation (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.381) Joseph Gallant (1907-1957) Poland-born American teacher/editor/author who fought all his life against what C. P. Snow called "The Two Cultures" -- i.e., the mythical gap between Sciences and Humanties, anthology "Stories of Scientific Imagination" (New York: Oxford, 1954) Roy Gallant (1924-) American science writer of the "Exploring" series (1955 and later), including "Exploring Mars" and "Exploring the Planets" Roy A. Gallant: science writer: * "Explorations: Treasures in the Dust" [Omni, Mar 1979] * "Explorations: Target: Earth" [Omni, June 1979] Gervasio Gallardo: Fantasy/Horror illustrator Gervasio Gallardo ISFDB Sara Gallardo: ISFDB lists: * "The Blue Stone Emperor's Thirty-Three Wives" [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 Gilbert Gallerne: Member of Horror Writers of America Gilbert Gallerne (in French) Blas Gallego: Fantasy illustrator Blas Gallego ISFDB Georges H[ilaire] Gallet, jouranlist/editor/author/banker/printing manager in France, who launched over 100 books in the "Le Rayon Fantastique" series for Hachette, and the anthology "Escales dans l'infini" (Paris: Hachette, 1954): no known web page Paul [William] Gallico (26 July 1897-1976) American screenwriter/sports writer/short story author with 6 fantasy/SF books: * The Foolish Immortals [New York: Doubleday, 1954] * the "Alexander Hero" supernatural Detective series: * The Man Who Was Magic [London: Heinemann, 1967] * Too Many Ghosts" [New York: Doubleday, 1960] * The Snow Goose [1941] chapbook, World War II Fantasy * The Abandoned (a.k.a. "Jenny") [1950] boy turned into cat : no known web page Tom Gallier: ISFDB lists: * "Savior" [Sword And Sorceress XI, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW Books, 1994] ISBN 0-88677-614-7, $4.99 * "Chance" [Sword And Sorceress XII, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW Books, 1995] ISBN 0-8677-657-0, $4.99 Jane Gallion: ISFDB lists: * Beneath the Bermuda Triangle (Complete Novel serialized) [Galaxy Science Fiction, June/July 1979] Michael Gallister, pseudonym of H. Bedford-Jones Irene Gallo: Fantasy illustrator Irene Gallo ISFDB Tom Gallon (1866-1914): British author of Christmas Fantasies (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.382) Janice Galloway: ISFDB lists: * "Blood" [The New Gothic, eds. Patrick McGrath and Bradford Morrow, Random House, 1991; The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Fifth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1992] trade paperback and hardcover Priscilla Galloway: ISFDB lists: * Truly Grim Tales [Delacorte, 1995] ISBN 0-385-32200-3, $10.95, hardcover Stan Galloway: ISFDB lists: * "Stellar Life" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3,no.1, 1993] Poetry Raymond Z[inke] Gallun (22 Mar 1910-1994): American lawyer/amateur astronomer best known for his "Old Faithful" series in Astounding, who wasted many years as a reader for a literary agency. Also used pseudonyms "Arthur Allport", "William Callahan", "Dow Elstar", and "E.V. Raymond": no known web page * The Eden Cycle [Ballentine Books, 1974] * People Minus X [Simon & Schuster, 1957; Ace] * The Planet Strappers [Pyramid, 1961] * The Machine that Thought [Columbia, 1940??] under pseudonym Callahan * The Best of Raymond Z. Gallun [Ballantine, 1978] story collection, paperback Short Fiction: * "The Moon Mirage" [1932] half of 24-page booklet promoting Gernsback's "Wonder Stories" * "The Space-Dwellers" [Science Wonder Stories, Nov 1929] * "Atomic Fire" [Amazing, June 1967] * "The World Wrecker" [Astounding, June 1934] * "Space Flotsam" [Astounding, Feb 1934] * "Old Faithful" [Astounding, Dec 1934; Before the Golden Age, ed. Isaac Asimov, Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1974, hardcover; Before the Golden Age, ed. Isaac Asimov, Fawcett, 1974, paperback; Best of Raymond Z. Gallun; Gosh! Wow!, ed. Forrest J. Ackerman, Bantam Books, 1982; Imagination Unlimited, ed. Everett F. Bleiler, Farrar, Straus & Young, 1952, $3.50, hardcover; Analog Anthology #2: Readers' Choice, ed. Stanley Schmidt, Davis Publications, 1982, $2.95, trade paperback; Imagination Unlimited, ed. Everett F. Bleiler, London: Bodley Head, 1953, 8/6, hardcover; Science Fiction: The Great Years, eds. Frederik Pohl and Carol Pohl, Ace, 1973, $1.25, paperback] * "The Machine from Ganymede" [Astounding, Nov 1934] * "Avalanche" [Astounding, Dec 1935] * "Telepathic Piracy" [Astounding, Mar 1935] * "The Son of Old Faithful" [Astounding, July 1935] * "N'Goc" [Astounding, May 1935] * "Mind Over Matter" [Astounding, Jan 1935] * "Derelict" [Astounding, Oct 1935; Best of Raymond Z. Gallun; Space Stories, ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson Children's Books, 1996; The Coming of the Robots, ed. Sam Moskowitz, Collier Books, 1963, paperback] * "Davey Jones' Ambassador" [Astounding, Dec 1935; Science Fiction of the 30's, ed. Damon Knight, Bobbs-Merrill, 1975, hardcover; The Ascent of Wonder: The Evolution of Hard SF, eds. David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, Tor, 1994, hardcover; Best of Raymond Z. Gallun; Best of Science Fiction, ed. Groff Conklin, Crown, 1963, $1.95, trade paperback; Best of Science Fiction, ed. Groff Conklin, Crown, 1946, $3.50, hardcover] * "Blue Haze on Pluto [Astounding, June 1935] * "The Weapon" [Astounding, May 1936] * "The Scarab" [Astounding, Aug 1936; SF Thinking Machines, ed. Groff Conklin, Vanguard, 1954, hardcover] * "The Path" [Astounding, Nov 1936] * "Mad Robot" [Astounding, Mar 1936] * "Godson of Almarlu" [Astounding, Oct 1936; Best of Raymond Z. Gallun] * "Child of the Stars" [Astounding, Apr 1936] * "Buried Moon" [Astounding, Feb 1936] * "A Beast of the Void" [Astounding, Sep 1936] * "Stardust Gods" [Astounding, Oct 1937] * "The Second Cataclysm" [Astounding, Mar 1937] * "A Menace in Miniature" [Astounding Science Fiction, Oct 1937; Best of Raymond Z. Gallun] * "Luminous Mine" [Astounding, Jan 1937] * "Fires of Genesis" [Astounding, Mar 1937] * "Dawn-World Echoes" [Astounding, July 1937] * "Comet's Captive" [Astounding, June 1937] * "Thunder Voice" [Astounding, Feb 1938] * "Something from Jupiter" [Astounding, Mar 1938] * "Seeds of the Dusk" [Astounding Science Fiction, Jun 1938; Famous Science-Fiction Stories: Adventures in Time and Space, eds. Raymond J. Healy and J. Francis McComas, The Modern Library, 1946, hardcover; Best of Raymond Z. Gallun; Tomorrow's Worlds, ed. Robert Silverberg, Award Books, 1969, $0.95] * "Mercutian Adventure" [Astounding, Feb 1938] * "Magician of Dream Valley" [Astounding, Oct 1938; Best of Raymond Z. Gallun] * "Iszt--Earthman" [Astounding, Apr 1938] * "Hotel Cosmos" [Astounding, July 1938; Best of Raymond Z. Gallun] * "Shadow of the Veil" [Astounding, Feb 1939; Best of Raymond Z. Gallun] * "Masson's Secret" [Astounding, Sep 1939] * "The Gentle Brain" [The Moon Conquerors, London: Swan, 1943, paperback] * "Tangled Paths" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, July 1940] * "Stepson of Space" (1940) [SF of the 40s, eds. Frederik Pohl, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Avon, 1978, rade paperback; Beyond the End of Time, ed. Frederik Pohl, Perma (Doubleday), 1952, $0.35, paperback] * "Nemesis from Lilliput" [Startling Stories, May 1940] * "The Lotus-Engine" [Best of Raymond Z. Gallun; Jupiter, eds. Frederik Pohl and Carol Pohl, Ballantine Books, 1973, $1.25, paperback] * "The Long Winter" [Astounding, May 1940] * "The Raiders of Saturn's Rings" [Planet Stories, Fall 1941] * "A Meteor Legacy" [Astounding, Aug 1941] * "Invaders of the Forbidden Moon" [Planet Stories, Summer 1941] * "Space Oasis" [Planet Stories, Fall 1942] * "Sarker's Joke Box" [Amazing, Mar 1942; Amazing, Nov 1969] * "Gears for Nemesis" [Startling Stories, Jan 1942] * "The Eternal Wall" [Amazing, May 1979; Amazing, Nov 1942] * "The Space-Dwellers" [Startling Stories, Fall 1943] * "Hell-Stuff for Planet X" [Startling Stories, June 1943] * "Operation Pumice" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1949; Possible Worlds of SF, ed. Groff Conklin, Vangard, 1951, $2.95, hardcover; Possible Worlds of SF, ed. Groff Conklin, Grayson, 1952, hardcover; Men on the Moon, ed. Donald A. Wollheim, Ace #52470, 1969, paperback; Men on the Moon, ed. Donald A. Wollheim, Ace, 1958, paperback] * "Coffins to Mars" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1950] * "Bluff Play" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1950] * "Trail Blazer" [Space Pioneers, ed. Andre Norton, The World Publishing Company, 1954, hardcover] * "The Restless Tide" [Best of Raymond Z. Gallun] * "Prodigal's Aura" [Astounding, Apr 1951; Best of Raymond Z. Gallun] * "Passport to Jupiter" [Startling Stories, Jan 1951] * "The First Long Journey" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1951] * "Brother Worlds" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Feb 1951] * "Asteroid of Fear" [Planet Stories, March 1951; Space Pioneers, ed. Andre Norton, The World Publishing Company, 1954, hardcover] * "Return of a Legend" [Space Service, ed. Andre Norton, World, 1953, hardcover; Best of Raymond Z. Gallun] Auth/Ed: Raymond Z. Gallun * "The Great Idea" [Startling Stories, January 1952] * "Ev" [Astounding, Feb 1952] * "Big Pill" [Planet Stories, Sep 1952] * "Stamped Caution!" [Galaxy, Aug 1953] * "Give Back a World" [Planet Stories, May 1953] * "The Achilles Heel" [Amazing, Mar 1971] * "Then and Now" [Analog, Dec 1977] * "A First Glimpse" [Analog, Feb 1980] Nonfiction: * "Afterword" [Best of Raymond Z. Gallun] * "My Favorite Story" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Sep 1990] Dick Gallup: ISFDB lists: * "Cold Turkey" [Bad Moon Rising, ed. Thomas M. Disch, Harper & Row, 1973, hardcover] co-author Ron Padgett Daniel F. Galouye, full name Daniel Francis Galouye (1920-1976): American journalist/editor/novelist, who wrote an ahead-of-its-time protocyberpunk novel "Simulacron-3" about what we now call Virtual Reality. Novels: * Dark Universe [Bantam, 1961; Gregg, 1976] Nominated for 1962 Hugo Award * The Infinite Man [Bantam, 1973] * Lords of the Psychon [Bantam, 1963] humans use alien psi power to free themselves from alien domination * A Scourge of Screamers [Bantam, 1968] * Simulacron-3 [Bantam, 1964] Short Fiction: * "Tonight the Sky Will Fall!" [Space Opera, ed. Brian W. Aldiss, Weidenfeld Nicolson, hardcover, and Futura, paperback] * "Satan's Shrine" [Galaxy, Sep 1954] * "Sanctuary" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1954; Best from F&SF 4, ed. Anthony Boucher, Doubleday, 1955, hardcover] * "Jebaburba" [Galaxy, Oct 1954] * "Country Estate" [Galaxy, Aug 1955] * "Seeing-Eye Dog" [Galaxy, Sep 1956] * "The Pliable" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1956] * "Shuffle Board" [Worlds of If, June 1957] * "Shock Troop" [Galaxy, June 1957] * "Share Alike" [Galaxy, Oct 1957] * "If Money" [Galaxy, Aug 1957] * "The Destiny Detector" [Amazing, Sep 1957] * "All Jackson's Children" [Galaxy, Jan 1957] * "Soft Touch" [Galaxy, June 1959] * "Sitting Duck" [Worlds of If, July 1959] * "Diplomatic Coop" [Star Science Fiction Stories No. 5, ed. Frederik Pohl, Ballantine, 1959, $0.35, paperback] * "The City of Force" [Galaxy, Apr 1959; Bodyguard, ed. H. L. Gold, Pocket Books, 1962, $0.35, paperback] * "Summons of the Void" [Fantastic, Dec 1960] * "The Last Leap" [Worlds of If, Jan 1960] * "Kangaroo Court" [Worlds of If, Sep 1960] * "Fighting Spirit" [Galaxy, Dec 1960] * "The Trekkers" [Fantastic, Sep 1961] * "Spawn of Doom" [Fantastic, Dec 1961] * "The Reality Paradox" [Fantastic, Jan 1961] * "Homey Atmosphere" [Galaxy, Apr 1961] * "Descent Into the Malestrom" [Fantastic, Apr 1961] * "The Chasers" [Galaxy, Feb 1961] * "The Big Blow-Up" [Fantastic, Mar 1961; Fantastic, July 1979] * "A Silence of Wings" [Fantastic, Feb 1962] * "Reign of the Telepuppets" [Amazing, Aug 1963] * "Recovery Area" [Amazing, Feb 1963] * "Mindmate" [Amazing, July 1964] * "Centipedes of Space" [Fantastic Stories, April 1964] * "Flights of Fancy" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1968] * "O Kind Master" [Worlds of If, January 1970] John Galsworthy (14 Aug 1867-31 Jan 1933) Famous British novelist/playwright/scholar who won the 1932 Nobel Prize for Literature and also wrote some Fantasy stories, many of which are among the 56 stories in "Caravan" (London: Heinemann, 1925),and others have been subsequently reprinted, such as: * "A Simple Tale" [Tales of the Wandering Jew, ed. Brian Stableford, Dedalus, 1991] ISBN 0-946626-71-5, 8.99, trade paperback John Galt (1779-1839): Author of Astrology and Fantasy, in Scotland (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.382) Walter Galt, pseudonym of William Lancaster Gribbon (a.k.a. Talbot Mundy) Tom Galusha: ISFDB lists: * "Marley's Eyes" [Aberrations, Apr 1995] Paul Gamarello: SF illustrator Paul Gamarello ISFDB Fred Gambino: prolific SF/Fantasy book cover illustrator of the 1990s Fred Gambino ISFDB A. J. Gamble: ISFDB lists: * "CHROMO" [Omni, Winter 1995] Gamma (Jun 1963-Sep 1965): see Magazines Gamma Fantascienza, Italy (Oct 1965-Mar 1968): see Magazines Ralph Gamelli: columnist for Editor Teresa Keene; ISFDB lists: Nonfiction: * "Pure Speculation" [Keen Science Fiction!, Nov 1996] * "Pure Speculation...: Is There Martian Life on Earth?" [Keen Science Fiction!, Sep 1996] * "Pure Speculation...: Greetings from Planet Earth" [Keen Science Fiction!, Oct 1996] * "Keeping the Dream" [Keen Science Fiction!, Aug 1996] * "Pure Speculation" [Keen Science Fiction!, Jan 1997] * "Pure Speculation" [Keen Science Fiction!, Feb 1997] * "Pure Speculation..." [Keen Science Fiction!, March 1997] Leon L. Gammell: ISFDB lists: * "The Primal Urge" [Eldritch Tales, Winter 1990] Games: although a full discussion of fantasy games (board games: see Chess; card games: see Cards; wargames; Role Playing games; gamebooks) remains {to be done} here, see: GAMES/SOFTWARE: list of 262 links, Previews of dozens of Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror computer games of 1997 (updated 14 April 1997) Plus alphabetical list of links to game software companies; August 8, 1997 Review of Origins, the National Gaming Convention by award-winning games designer Ken St. Andre George Gamow (4 Mar 1904-20 Aug 1968) Russia-born American scientist/author, important astrophysicist who predicted the detection of radiation from the Big Bang (but did not share the Nobel Prize from its microwave detection). A fervent interdisciplinarian, he had technical publications in Astronomy, Biology, Physics, and a dozen other fields. Winner of the UNESCO Kalinga Prize for science popularization, he influenced myself as a child, and many other kids, through books such as: * Biography of the Earth (1941) * The Birth and Death of the Sun (1940) * The Creation of the Universe (1952) * The Moon" (1953) * 1, 2, 3... Infinity (1947) * Before the Big Bang * Thirty Years That Shook Physics" (1966) plus the educational fiction: * Mr. Tompkins in Wonderland" (1929) * Mr. Tomkins Explores the Atom" (1944) * Mr. Tompkins Inside Himself (1967) (with Martynas Ycas). These books gave me the impression that I knew some Relativity and atomic physics... which encouraged me to really learn them later, including at Caltech. He co-authored an interesting paper with Alpher and Bethe for the sake of the pun "Alpher, Bethe, Gamow" (alpha, beta, gamma). He also had at least one science fiction story published: "The Heart on the Other Side" [The Expert Dreamers, ed. Frederik Pohl, Gollancz, 1963, hardcover;1962, Doubleday, $3.95, hardcover] Gandalf: see J. R. R. Tolkien; wizard Gandalf Awards: created by Lin Carter, for Lifetime Fantasy Achievement; winners have been (see entries on each author): * 1973: J. R. R. Tolkien (posthumous) * 1974: Fritz Leiber * 1975: L. Sprague de Camp * 1976: Andre Norton * 1977: Poul Anderson * 1978: Ursula K. Le Guin * 1979: Ray Bradbury * 1980: C. L. Moore Yves Gandon (1899-?) Author in France of novels including the race-specific chemical warfare "The Last White Man" (1948) which injected its meme into the African-American community, some of whom suspect that both Crack and Aids are covert governmental racist genocidal attacks Edward H. Gandy: ISFDB lists: * "Graveside Watch" [Omni, Sep 1979] Mark Ganes: ISFDB lists: * "Evil Out of Onzar" [Planet Stories, Sep 1952] Joseph Gangemi: * "The Painted Man" [Full Spectrum 2, eds. Lou Aronica, Shawna McCarthy, Amy Stout, Pat LoBrutto, Doubleday Foundation, 1989] ISBN 0-385-26019-9, $19.95, hardcover [Bantam Spectra, 1990] ISBN 0-553-28530-0, $4.95, paperback W. Paul Ganley: Editor of "Weirdbook" magazine; winner of World Fantasy Awards for Best Fan Editor (1987 and 1992): Poetry: * "Death of Horror Poetry - or Kill the Peckers" [Star*Line, Sep/Oct 1992] coauthors: Ree Young, Marge Ballif Simon, Lisa Lepovetsky, Wayne Edwards, Joey Froehlich, Michael A. Arnzen, Steve Eng Nonfiction: * Editorial [Weirdbook, Autumn 1990]] Lewis Gannett: SF novelist: * The Living One [1993, Random House, 1993] ISBN 0-679-41080-5, $20.00, hardcover [Penguin/Plume, 1994] ISBN 0-452-27134-7, $10.95, trade paperback * Magazine Beach [1996] Charles E. Gannon: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America, no known home page: Nonfiction: * "The Ringing Grooves of Change" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Feb 1991] * Review of Robert Forward's "Martian Rainbow" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Jan 1992] * Review of "Nebula Awards 25" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, May 1992] Ganpat, pseudonym of Martin Lewis Alan Gompertz (1886-1951): British author resident in India, best known for novels in the genre: LOST LANDS/LOST RACE: neoprimitive place/people discovered including: * Stella Nash [1924] India * Snow Rubies [1925] * The Voice of Dashin: A Romance of Wild Mountains [1926] * Mirror of Dreams: A Tale of Oriental Mystery [1928] * The Speakers in Silence [1929] * Fairy Silver: A Traveller's Tale [1932] * the "Sakaland" series (golden-age Greeks and Mongols in Gobi desert): * Harilek: A Tale of Modern Central Asia [1923] * Wrexham's Romance: being a Continuation of Harilek [1935] * Adventures in Sakaland [US: 1978] omnibus edition Other Books: * The Three R's [1930] science fiction about an international consortium's efforts to contruct an atomic bomb * The War Breakers [1939] supernatural World War II Sever Gansovsky: science fiction short story author of Russia: * The Day of Wrath [Mir Press, 1989] story collection ISBN 5-03-001262-1 Short Fiction: * "A Day of Wrath" [World's Spring, ed. Vladimir Gakov, New York: Macmillan, 1981] ISBN 0-02-542180-8, hardcover * "Testing Grounds" [World's Spring] * "The Voice" [The Day of Wrath] * "Vincent van Gogh" [The Day of Wrath] * "Part of this World" [The Day of Wrath] * "The Man Who Made the Baltic Sea" [The Day of Wrath] * "The Day of Wrath" [title story of collection: The Day of Wrath] * "The Black Stone" [The Day of Wrath] * "The Awakening" [The Day of Wrath] Kenneth F. Gantz, American editor, Air Force author, and author of the quite plausible (I speak as an expert) Mars novel "Not in Solitude" [New York: Doubleday, 1959; Science Fiction Book Club; Berkley] Paul Garamello: SF illustrator Paul Garamello ISFDB Mrs. Lee Hawkins Garby (1890-?): co-author of "The Skylark of Space" by Edward E. "Doc" Smith (1928) ?? Garcia: pseudonym of SF illustrator Garcia ISFDB Alma Maria Garcia: Associate Member, Science Fiction Writers of America: * "The Last Earthman" [Pirate Writings, Spring 1995] * "Crystal" [Galaxy, #8, 1995] the semi-revived Galaxy under editor E.J. Gold e-mail Alma Maria Garcia John Garcia: ISFDB lists: * "Better Looting Through Modern Chemistry" [Untold Tales of Spider-Man, eds. Stan Lee and Kurt Busiek, Boulevard, 1997] ISBN 1-572-97294-7, $13.00, trade paperback (co-author Pierce Askegren) Gabriel Garcia Marquez (1928-): Major author of Colombia, winner of 1982 Nobel Prize for Literature; a founder of the genre of Magical Realism {to be done} R. Garcia Y Robertson, full name Rodrigo Garcia Y Robertson (1949-): American historian and SF/Fantasy author: * "The Flying Mountain" [Amazing, 1987] ALTERNATE WORLD where balloon-flying Mongols attack Middle Ages Turkey * The Spiral Dance [1991] Scottish werewolf aids Princess Anne in Elizabethan England, with magic and witches Robert T. Garcia: Fantasy editor/anthologist; winner of 1988 World Fantasy Award for Best Fan Editor: Anthologies Edited: * Chilled to the Bone [Mayfair Games, 1991] ISBN 0-923763-44-9, $9.95, trade paperback * Temporary Walls (co-editor Greg Ketter) [Dreamhaven Books, 1993] ISBN 0-9630944-4-0, hardcover Juanita Garciagodoy: Fantasy poet: * "A Rose Bouquet" [Aliens & Lovers, ed. Millea Kenin, Unique Graphics, 1983] $5.00, trade paperback * "Nimue" [Aliens & Lovers, ed. Millea Kenin, Unique Graphics, 1983] $5.00, trade paperback Joyce Gard: psuedonym of Joyce Reeves (1911-): British teacher/author and sister of James Reeves: * Woorroo [1961] Young Adult: intelligent bats * The Dragon of the Hill [1963] Young Adult, Britain/Rome * Talargain, the Seal's Whelp [1964] Young Adult, Selkies, Britain/Rome * The Mermaid's Daughter [1969] Young Adult, Britain/Rome Goddess * The Hagwaste Donkeys [1976] * Journey to the Centre of the Earth [1961] translation from Jules Verne (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.386) Garden: in fiction, antonym of City, emblematic of the Garden of Eden Alan Gardner, British author of antinuclar submarine novel "The Escalator" (London: Muller, 1963), sort of an ancestor to "The Hunt for Red October" Craig Shaw Gardner (1949-): Fantasy author Novels: * the "Ebenezum" series: * A Malady of Magicks [???] * A Multitude of Monsters [???] * A Night in the Netherhells [???] * the "Dragon Circle" series: * Dragon Sleeping [Ace, 1994] ISBN 0-441-00049-5, $19.95, hardcover * Dragon Waking [Ace, 1995] ISBN 0-441-00248-X, $21.95, hardcover [Ace, 1996] ISBN 0-441-00373-7, $5.99, paperback [Science Fiction Book Club #10809, $10.98, hardcover * The Dragon Burning [Ace, 1996] ISBN 0-441-00365-6, $21.95, hardcover [Science Fiction Book Club #14634,1997] $10.98, hardcover * the "Ballad of Wuntvor" trilogy: * A Difficulty with Dwarves [???] * An Excess of Enchantments [???] * A Disagreement with Death [???] * the "Batman" film spinoff series: * Batman [New York: Warner, 1989] ISBN 0-446-35487-2, $4.95, paperback [London: Futura, 1989] ISBN 0-7088-4350-6, 3.50, paperback * The Batman Murders [New York: Warner, 1990] ISBN 0-446-36040-6, $4.95 [London: Penguin] ISBN 0-14-015479-5, 3.99 Short Fiction: * "One More Song Before I Go" [Chrysalis 2, ed. Roy Torgeson, Zebra, 1978] paperback * "A Malady of Magicks" [Fantastic, Oct 1978] * "A Drama of Dragons" [Dragons of Light, ed. Orson Scott Card, [Ace, 1980] ISBN 0-441-16660-1, $7.95, trade paperback * "Kisses from Auntie" [Horrors, ed. Charles L. Grant, Playboy, 1981] ISBN 0-872-16905-7, $2.25, paperback * "Overnight Guest" [Midnight, ed. Charles L. Grant, Tor, 1985] ISBN 0-812-51850-0, $2.95, paperback * "Bar and Grill" [Afterwar, ed. Janet Morris, Baen, 1985] ISBN 0-671-55967-2, $2.95, paperback * "Demon Luck" [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: First Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's, 1988] ISBN 0-312-01851-7, $19.95, hardcover [Magic in Ithkar 4, eds. Andre Norton and Robert Adams, Tor, 1987] ISBN 0-812-54719-5, $3.50, paperback * "Kraven the Hunter is Dead, Alas" [The Ultimate Spider-Man, ed. Stan Lee, [Berkley Books,1994] ISBN 0-425-14610-3, $12.00, trade paperback * "The Love of Death or the Death of Love" [The Ultimate Silver Surfer, ed. Stan Lee, Boulevard Books/Byron Preiss Multimedia Company, 1995] ISBN 1-57297-029-4, $12.00 * "Blood Ties" [Phantoms of the Night, eds. Richard Gilliam and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books, 1996] 0-88677-696-1, $5.99, paperback * "Elfarama" [Elf Fantastic, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1997] ISBN 0-88677-736-4, $5.99 David S. Gardner: ISFDB lists: * "Mr. Udell" [Nebula Science Fiction, Summer 1953] * "Staying Guests" [New Worlds, July 1954] * "Decision Deferred" [Nebula Science Fiction, Apr 1955] Erle Stanley Gardner (17 July 1889-11 Mar 1970). See {to be done} for more about the Detective fiction that made him rich and famous, including "Perry Mason." Listed here for: * The Human Zero: The Science Fiction Stories of Erle Stanley Gardner [New York: William Morrow, 1981] ISBN 0-688-00122-X, hardcover He's also listed here for the Science Fiction and Fantasy stories: * "Rain Magic" [Argosy, 20 Oct 1928; Fantastic, April 1963; Alien Earth and Other Stories, eds. Roger Elwood and Sam Moskowitz, MacFadden, 1969; The Human Zero] * "The Sky's the Limit" [The Human Zero] * "Monkey Eyes" (1929) [The Human Zero] * "A Year in a Day" (1930) [The Human Zero] * "The Man with Pin-Point Eyes" (1931) [The Human Zero] * "The Human Zero" [Fantastic, Jan 1962; The Human Zero] * "New Worlds" (1932) [Fantastic, Sep 1962; Other Worlds, Other Times, eds. Sam Moskowitz and Roger Elwood, MacFadden-Bartell, 1969; The Human Zero] Gerald B[rousseau] Gardner (1884-?) British author who planted tea in Sri Lanka (then Ceyon) and rubber in Kalimantan (then Borneo). A sincere author about witchcraft, as a practicing warlock. Harry J. Gardner, pseudonym of E. Everett Evans Jeffrey Gardner, pseudonym of Gardner J. Fox Jim Gardner, full name James Alan Gardner: award-winning SF author of Canada; Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America Novels: * Expendable [AvoNova, 1997] ISBN 0-380-79439-X, $5.99, paperback [Science Fiction Book Club #17123, 1997] $8.98, hardcover * Commitment Hour [Avon Eos, April 1998] ISBN 0-380-79827-1, $5.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Muffin Explains Teleology to the World at Large" [On Spec, Spring 1990] Winner of 1991 Aurpora Award for Best Short Story [Tesseracts 3, eds. Candas Jane Dorsey and Gerry Truscott, Porcepic Press, 1991] ISBN 0-88878-290-X, $7.95, trade paperback * "Shadow Album" [Amazing, July 1991] * "Reaper" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1991] Nominated for 1992 Aurora Award * "Hardware Scenario G-49" [Amazing, Dec 1991] * "The Young Person's Guide to the Organism" [Amazing, April 1992] Semifinalist for 1993 Nebula Award * "The Reckoning of Gifts" [Tesseracts 4, eds. Lorna Toolis and Michael Skeet, Tesseract Books, 1992] ISBN 0-8878-322-1, $8.95 Canada [Northern Stars: The Anthology of Canadian Science Fiction, eds. David Hartwell and Glenn Grant, Tor, 1994] ISBN 0-312-85747-0, $21.95, hardcover * "Kent State Descending the Gravity Well" [Amazing, Oct 1992] * "The Last Day of the War, With Parrots" [Amazing, Winter 1995] * "Three Hearings on the Existence of Snakes in the Human Bloodstream" [Asimov's, Feb 1997] Nominated for 1997 Nebula Award e-mail Jim Gardner John Gardner, full name John Champlin Gardner, Jr. (1933-1982): mainstream American author, whose genre works include: * Grendel [Knopf, 1971; Ballentine Books; Vintage, 1985] ISBN 0-394-74056-4, $3.95, paperback retelling of Beowulf from monster's viewpoint Nominated for the 1972 Mythepoeic Award * Jason and Medea [1973] * The King's Indian" Stories and Tales [1974] story collection Short Fiction: * "The Ravages of Spring" [Fantastic, Apr 1973] * "Julius Caesar and the Werewolf" [Playboy Stories: The Best of Forty Years of Short Fiction, ed. Alice K. Turner, Penguin/Dutton, 1994] ISBN 0-525-93735-8, $24.95, hardcover L. Jackson Gardner: ISFDB lists: * "Moonshine Memories" [Analog, Dec 1989] Martin Gardner (1914-) Imprtant nonfiction author, whose long-running "Mathematical Games" column in Scientific American was an imprtant part of my education, and often included fantasy/science fiction/poetry fiction in various guises. Fought against pseudoscience through several enlightening books beginning with "Fads and Fallacies in the Name of Science" (New York: Putnam, 1952) Short Fiction: * "No-Sided Professor" (1947) [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1951; Best from F&SF 1, ed. Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas, Boston: Little Brown, 1953, hardcover; As Tomorrow Becomes Today, ed. Charles W. Sullivan, Prentice-Hall, 1974, trade paperback; Mathenauts: Tales of Mathematical Wonder, ed. Rudy Rucker, Arbor House, 1987] ISBN 0-87795-891-2, $18.95, hardcover * "Thang" (1948) [Science Fiction Omnibus, eds. Everett F. Bleiler and T. E. Dikty, Garden City Books, 1952, $2.95, hardcover; Isaac Asimov Presents The Greatest SF Stories 10 (1948), eds. Isaac Asimov and Martin H. Greenberg, 1983; Best SF Stories 1949, ed. Everett F. Bleiler, 1949; Golden Years of SF 5th Series, ed. Isaac Asimov, Bonanza Books, 1985; The Great SF Stories 10 (1948), ed. Isaac Asimov, 1983; 100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978, hardcover] * "The Devil and the Trombone" (1948) [100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978, hardcover] * "Oom" (1951) [100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978, hardcover] * "Left or Right?" (1951) [Mathenauts: Tales of Mathematical Wonder, ed. Rudy Rucker,Arbor House, 1987] ISBN 0-87795-891-2, $18.95, hardcover Genre Nonfiction: * "The Royal Historian of Oz" (1954) [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1955] * "The Royal Historian of Oz, part 2" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1955] plus a chronological checklist of L. Frank Baum's Fantasy fiction Maurice B. Gardner, American railroad machinist author of Polynesian knockoffs of Tarzan: "Bantan" (at least 8 volumes) Miriam Gardner, pseudonym of Marion Zimmer Bradley Noel Gardner, pseudonym of Henry Kuttner, under this psuedonym: * "The Uncanny Power of Edwin Cobalt" [Fantastic Adventures, Oct 1940] Stephen Gardner: SF/Fantasy illustrator Stephen Gardner ISFDB Thomas S[amuel] Gardner (31 July 1908-11 Nov 1963): American scientist/author/fan who wroked as a chemist for Hoffman-LaRoche, published various SF stories, and reviewed for Science-Fiction Times. * "The Last Woman" [Startling Stories, Winter 1944; From Off This World, ed. Leo Margulies; When Women Rule, ed. Sam Moskowitz, Walker, 1972, hardcover] Terry A. Garey: science fiction author, editor, and poet: Anthologies Edited: * Time Gum and Other Poems from the Minicon Poetry Readings (co-editor Eleanor Arnason) [Rune Press, 1988] $3.00 Short Fiction: * "As Lovely as a Tree" [Weird Tales, Winter 1985] * "Place of Herons" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall 1986] * "Like the Gallant Pigeon Hawk" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall/Winter 1988] * "Warm Turkey" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer/Fall 1990] * "Cover Letter from Hell" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Winter/Spring/Summer1993] Poetry: * "Titan to Saturn" [Aliens & Lovers, ed. Millea Kenin, Unique Graphics, 1983] $5.00, trade paperback * "Beach Witch" [Aliens & Lovers, ed. Millea Kenin, Unique Graphics, 1983] $5.00, trade paperback * "Copper Dragonflies" [Time Gum and Other Poems] * "Sequoia Tunnels" [Time Gum and Other Poems] * "Photons" [Time Gum and Other Poems] * "Otter Rocks" [Time Gum and Other Poems] * "Grebe Song" [Time Gum and Other Poems] * "Experiment" [Time Gum and Other Poems] * "Salting the Sky" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer/Fall 1994] * "daughter" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall/Winter/Spring 1997/1998] Nonfiction: * "The Beach Poet" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring 1987] * "Introduction [Time Gum and Other Poems] * "Flopsy Bunny Rabbits" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall/Winter 1988] * "Can You Say Death Poem?" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Winter/Spring 1988] * "Complaints and Buttonholes" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall/Winter 1989] * "EARN $$$! Start a Small Press Literary Magazine!" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer/Fall 1990] * "It Beats Shoveling Snow" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall/Winter 1991] * "Editorial Whim" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer/Fall 1991] * "Editorial (Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer/Fall 1992)" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer/Fall 1992] * "Spotting UFOs While Canning Tomatoes" [Serve It Forth -- Cooking With Anne McCaffrey, eds. Anne McCaffrey and John Gregory Betancourt, Warner Aspect, 1996] ISBN 0-446-67161-4, $12.99, trade paperback Frances Garfield, pseudonym of Mrs. Manley Wade Wellman (1908-): under this pseudonym: * "The High Places" [Weird Tales, Apr 1939] * "Forbidden Cupboard" Weird Tales, Jan 1940] * "The House at Evening" [Horrorstory: Volume 4, ed. Karl Edward Wagner, Underwood-Miller, 1990] ISBN 0-88733-094-0, $39.95, hardcover * "Come to the Party" [Horrorstory: Volume 4, ed. Karl Edward Wagner, Underwood-Miller, 1990] ISBN 0-88733-094-0, $39.95, hardcover Leon Garfield (1931-1966): British children's Fantasy author (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.387) Richard Garfinkle: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America * Celestial Matters [Tor, 1996] ISBN 0-312-85934-1, $23.95, hardcover [Tor, 1997] ISBN 0-312-86348-9, $14.95, trade paperback [Science Fiction Book Club #12425, 1996] $11.98, hardcover e-mail Richard Garfinkle Samuel Garfinkle: ISFDB lists: * "Act of Retipuj" [Amazing, Jan 1931] Santos Garijo: SF illustrator Santos Garijo ISFDB Howard Roger Garis (25 Apr 1873-5 Nov 1962) wrote the first 35 "Tom Swift" stories under the house-name "Victor Appleton" and so is best known for his nonpseudonymous "Uncle Wiggly" children's books. Some SF stories in Fan and Argosy. Jenny Garland: Nonfiction co-authored with Mark A. Garland: * "Space Angel Delight" [Serve It Forth -- Cooking With Anne McCaffrey, eds. Anne McCaffrey and John Gregory Betancourt, Warner Aspect, 1996] ISBN 0-446-67161-4, $12.99, trade paperback * "Meteor Meatloaf" [Serve It Forth -- Cooking With Anne McCaffrey] * "Absolute Chili (Chili Con Carne)" [Serve It Forth -- Cooking With Anne McCaffrey] Linda Garland: Fantasy artist who collaborates with husband Roger Garland: * The Book of the Unicorn [1996] Linda Garland ISFDB Mark A. Garland, full name Mark Andrew Garland: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America Novels: * Ghost of a Chance (Star Trek Voyager #7) (co-author Charles G. McGraw) [Pocket Books, 1996] ISBN 0-671-56798-5, $5.99, paperback * Trial by Error (Star Trek Deep Space #9) [Pocket, 1997] ISBN 0-671-00251-1, $5.99, paperback * Demon Blade (co-author Charles G. McGraw) [Baen, 1994] ISBN 0-671-87610-4, $4.99, paperback Semi-Finalist for 1995 Nebula Award * Sword of the Prophets (1997) [Baen, 1997] ISBN 0-671-87776-3, $5.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Zen-Coding" [Nova Express, Spring 1989] * "A Touch" [The Sterling Web, Summer 1990] * "To See the Stars" [Space Stories, ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson Children's Books, 1996] 1-85487-451-9, trade paperback (co-author Lawrence Schimel) * "Shrouded in Mist" [The Chronicles of the Holy Grail, ed. Mike Ashley, Carroll & Graf, 1996] 0-7867-0363-6, $12.95, trade paperback [Raven, 1996] 5.99 (co-author Lawrence Schimel) * "Into the Gap" [A Nightmare's Dozen: Stories from the Dark, ed. Michael Stearns, Harcourt Brace, 1996] ISBN 0-15-201247-8, $17.00 ($24.00 Canada), hardcover * "A Choice of Many" [Lammas Night, ed. Josepha Sherman, Baen, 1996] ISBN 0-671-87713-5, $5.99, paperback * "The Legend of Slewfoot" [Elf Fantastic, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1997] ISBN 0-88677-736-4, $5.99, paperback (co-author Lawrence Schimel) Poetry: * "How Far They Are" [Analog, Mar 1994] Nonfiction co-authored with Jenny Garland: * "Space Angel Delight" [Serve It Forth -- Cooking With Anne McCaffrey, eds. Anne McCaffrey and John Gregory Betancourt, Warner Aspect, 1996] ISBN 0-446-67161-4, $12.99, trade paperback * "Meteor Meatloaf" [Serve It Forth -- Cooking With Anne McCaffrey] * "Absolute Chili (Chili Con Carne)" [Serve It Forth -- Cooking With Anne McCaffrey] e-mail Mark A. Garland Michael Garland: Fantasy/SF illustrator Michael Garland ISFDB Roger Garland: Fantasy artist who collaborates with wife Linda Garland: * The Book of the Unicorn [1996] Roger Garland ISFDB Sherry Garland: * Cabin 102 [Harcourt Brace, 1995] ISBN 0-15-200662-1, $5.00, paperback Gaston Garne, pseudonym of Lu Senarens Alan Garner (1934-): British author, ward-winning for children's books, in the shadow of J.R.R. Tolkien with credible juvenile fantasies such as "The Weirdstone of Brisingamen": no known web page. * The Weirdstone of Brisingamen [Watts, 1961; Ace; Walck; Ace] juvenile * The Moon of Gomrath [Walck, 1967; Ace] juvenile * Elidor [Walck, 1967; Ace] juvenile * Red Shift [Macmillan, 1973] juvenile * A Bag of Moonshine [Delacorte, 1986] ISBN 0-385-229517-0, $15.95 hardcover story collection, adapted from folktales of Wales and England Graham Garner, pseudonym of Donald S. Rowland Rolf Garner, pseudonym of Bryan Berry G. Garnet, pseudonym of Irvin Ashkenazy William Garnet: * Down Bound Train [Doubleday, 1973; Popular] Bill Garnett: ISFDB lists: * "Singular" [Nova 4, ed. Harry Harrison, Sphere, 1976] ISBN 0-722-14484-0, 0.65, paperback Constance Garnett (1862-1946): British translator of Russian literature; mother of David Garnett and wife of Edward Garnett (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.389) David Garnett (9 Mar 1892-1981) British publisher/author from a notable British literary publishing family, a founder of Nonesuch Press, Literary Edtor of The New Statesman. Also wrote as "Dav Garnett." Author of fantasy/SF novels: * Lady Into Fox [New York: Knopf, 1923] * A Man in the Zoo [New York: Knopf, 1924] * Two By Two: A Story of Survival [1963] Noah * Ulterior Motives [1966] genre: BEAM ME UP: matter transmission, techno-teleportation David S. Garnett (1947-): Editor and Author of England David S. Garnett @ Locus/Contento Novels: * Mirror in the Sky [Berkley, 1969] * The Star Seekers [Berkley, 1971] Anthologies Edited: * New Worlds [Gollancz, 1991] ISBN 0-575-05134-5, 4.99, paperback * New Worlds 2 [1992] * New Worlds 3 [Gollancz, 1993] ISBN 0-575-05146-9, 6.99, trade paperback * New Worlds 4 [Gollancz, 1994] ISBN 0-575-05147-7, 6.99, trade paperback * Orbit SF Yearbook 1987 [Orbit, 1988] ISBN 0-7088-8292-7, 4.99, trade paperback * Zenith: The Best in New British Science Fiction [Sphere,1989] 3.50, paperback * Orbit SF Yearbook 2 [Orbit, 1989] ISBN 0-7088-8316-8, 4.99, trade paperback * Orbit SF Yearbook 3 [Orbit, 1990] ISBN 0-7088-8337-0, 4.99, trade paperback * The Best of New Worlds [White Wolf, 1997] ISBN 1-56504-190-9, $12.99, trade paperback Short Fiction: * "Rainbow" [New Writings in SF #23, ed. Kenneth Bulmer, Sigdwick & Jackson, 1973] hardcover * "Da Capo" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1973] * "Now Hear the Word" [New Writings in SF #24, ed. Kenneth Bulmer, Sigdwick & Jackson, 1974] hardcover * "The Man Who" [New Writings in SF #26, ed. Kenneth Bulmer, Sigdwick & Jackson, 1975] hardcover * "Warlord of Earth" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1978] * "Saving the Universe" [Interzone, Autumn 1982] * "Still Life" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1986] * "Krail's World" [Planetfall, ed. Douglas Hill, Oxford, 1986] ISBN 0-19-278113-8, 7.95, hardcover * "The Only One" [Interzone, Winter 1987] * "Moonlighter" [Other Edens, eds. Chris Evans and Robert Holdstock, Unwin, 1987] ISBN 0-04-823378-1, 2.95, paperback * "Now Read On ..." [Interzone, Sep 1990] * "Off the Track" [Interzone, Sep 1992; The Best of Interzone, ed. David Pringle, HarperCollins/Voyager, 1997] ISBN 0-00-648243-0, 5.99, hardcover [St. Martin's Press, 1997] ISBN 0-312-15063-6, $24.95, hardcover * "Sherlock the Barbarian" [Science Fiction Age, Mar 1994] * "A Friend Indeed" [Interzone, Nov 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 * "Brute Skill" [Interzone, Mar 1995] Poetry: * "Chocolate and Worms" [Now We Are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse, eds. Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones, Minneapolis, MN: DreamHaven Books, 1994] ISBN 0-9630944-4-0, $11.95, trade paperback Nonfiction: * "Past, Present and Future" [New Worlds] * "Introduction" [New Worlds 3] Edward Garnett (1868-19 Feb 1937) English playwright/author including Fantasy collection: * Papa's War and Other Satires [London: Allen & Unwin, 1919] Richard Garnett (27 Feb 1835-13 Apr 1906) English critic/librarian/scholar/ author, LL.D. (Hon.) University of Edinburgh, Chief Keeper at the British Museum, encyclopediast, and author of fantasy collection * Twilight of the Gods [London: J. Lane, 1888] Short Fiction: ISFDB lists: * "Duke Virgil" (1888) [The Second Dedalus Book of Decadence: The Black Feast, ed. Brian Stableford, Dedalus, 1992] 0-946626-80-4, 8.99, trade paperback * "Alexander the Ratcatcher" (1888) [The Dedalus Book of British Fantasy: The 19th Century, ed. Brian Stableford, Dedalus, 1991] ISBN 0-946626-78-2, 8.99, trade paperback Charles Garofalo: ISFDB lists: * "The King's Return" [100 Vicious Little Vampire Stories, eds. Stefan Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg, Martin H.Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1995] ISBN 1-56619-558-6, $7.98, hardcover Louis P. Garou: pseudonym of Stephen Bowkett ("Loup garou" = werewolf) Doug Garr: science writer specializing in Computers/Neuroscience: * "The Endless Scale" [Omni, Mar 1981] * "The Healing Brain" [Omni, Sep 1981] * "Computer Kids" [Omni, Nov 1982] * "Life: Electric Nerves" [Omni, Mar 1983] * "Explorations: Computer Camps" [Omni, Apr 1983] * "Wozardry" [Omni, July 1983] about Apple founder Wozniak * "Explorations: Tokyo's High-Tech Mecca" [Omni, Sep 1983] Peter T. Garratt: SF author of England, no known home page * "If the Driver Vanishes ..." [Interzone, Autumn 1985] * "Our Lady of Springtime" [Interzone, Sep/Oct 1988] * "The Collectivization of Transylvania" [Interzone, Mar 1994] * "Yuletide Karaoke" [Interzone, Jan 1995] * "The White Dragon Passing" [Substance, Autumn 1995] * "Like a Rolling Stone" [Interzone, Nov 1995] * "The Secret History" [The Chronicles of the Holy Grail, ed. Mike Ashley, Carroll & Graf, 1996] ISBN 0-7867-0363-6, $12.95, trade paperback [Raven,1996] 5.99, paperback * "No Home But The Stars" [Space Stories, ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson Children's Books, 1996] ISBN 1-85487-451-9, trade paperback * "The Hooded Man" [Interzone, Feb 1996] * "Under the Stars of Mars" [Interzone, May 1997] * "A Tribute to Ferns" [The Chronicles of the Round Table, ed. Mike Ashley, Caroll & Graf, 1997] ISBN 0-7867-0464-0, $12.95, trade paperback [Robinson, 1997] ISBN 1-85487-953-7, 5.99, trade paperback [Past Times, 1997] * "The Inauguration" [Interzone, Jan 1997] Charles C. Garrett, house name and pseudonym of Laurence James, Angus Wells Edward C. Garrett: ISFDB lists: * "Parable of the Phantom Limb" [Men of War, ed. J. E. Pournelle, Tor, 1984] ISBN 0-812-54953-8, $2.95 ($3.50 Canada), paperback Eileen J. Garrett (1893-?) pseudonym of American editor/publisher/author Eileen Jeannette Lyttle, editor/publisher of "Tomorrow" (the parapsychology magazine, not the SF magazine edited/published by A.J. Budrys) Gordon Garrett, pseudonym of Randall Garrett Michael Garrett: No known home page; ISFDB lists: Anthologies Co-edited with Jeff Gelb: * Fear the Fever (Hot Blood #7) [Pocket Books, 1996] ISBN 0-671-53765-2, $5.99, paperback * Kiss and Kill (Hot Blood #8) [Pocket Books, 1997] ISBN 0-671-53766-0, $5.99, paperback * Crimes of Passion (Hot Blood #9) [ Pocket, 1997] ISBN 0-671-00949-4, $5.95, paperback * Hotter Blood: More Tales of Erotic Horror [Pocket, 1991] ISBN 0-671-70149-5, $4.95, paperback * Hottest Blood: The Ultimate in Erotic Horror [Pocket, 1993] ISBN 0-671-75367-3, $5.50, paperback * Deadly After Dark [Pocket, 1994] ISBN 0-671-87087-4, $5.50, paperback * Stranger by Night [Pocket, 1995] ISBN 0-671-53754-7, $5.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Brief Encounter" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, May 1981] * "Reunion" [Hot Blood: Tales of Provocative Horror] * "Dedicated to the One I Loathe" [Shock Rock, ed. Jeff Gelb, Pocket, 1992] ISBN 0-671-70150-9, $4.99, paperback * "At the Count of Three" [Hottest Blood: The Ultimate in Erotic Horror] * "The Last Time" [Shock Rock II, ed. Jeff Gelb, Pocket, 1994] ISBN 0-671-87088-2, $5.50, paperback * "Daddy's Dirty Books" [Fear the Fever] Randall Garrett, full name Gordon Randall Phillips Garrett (1927-1987): American author, tremendously talented, died too young, also wrote as Darrell T. Langart, and (when co-authored with L. Janifer) as "Mark Phillips", amd (when co-authored with Robert Silverberg) as "Robert Randall" Novels: * the "Malone" series [as Mark Phillips] * Brain Twisters [Pyramid, 1962; Carroll & Graf, 1992] a.k.a. That Sweet Litle Old Lady * The Impossibles [Pyramid, 1963] * Supermind [Pyramid, 1963] * Anything You Can Do [Doubleday, 1963, as Langart; Science Fiction Book Club; Lancer, as Garrett] * The Dawning Light [Gnome, 1958; Ace, 1982] * Pagan Passions [Galaxy, 1959] co-authored with Larry M. Harris (L. Janifer] * The Shrouded Planet [Gnome, 1957; Ace, 1982] * Too Many Magicians [Doubleday, 1967; Curtis; Ace, 1979; as "Lord Darcy", Science Fiction Book Club #3918, 1983] alternate reality in which magic works, is strictly logical, and is applied in a murder investigation. First ran in Analog as a serial. * Unwise Child [Doubleday, 1962; Science Fiction Book Club] a.k.a. Starship Death Posthumously Completed Novels with Vicki Ann Heydron: * The Steel of Raithskar [1986] * The Glass of Dyskornis [1986] * The Well of Darkness [1986] * The Bronze of Eddarta [1986] * The Search for Ka [Bantam, 1984] * Return to Eddarta [Bantam, 1985] * The River Wall [Bantam Spectra, 1986] Story Collections: * Murder and magic [Ace, 1979] * Takeoff! [Starblaze, 1980] * Lord Darcy Investigates [Ace, 1981] * The Best of Randall Garrett [Timescape/Pocket, 1982] * Lord Darcy [Science Fiction Book Club #3918, 1983] * Takeoff Too [1987] Susan M. Garrett: * Forever Knight: Intimations of Mortality [1997] Hector Garrido: Fantasy/Horror illustrator Hector Garrido ISFDB Richard Garriott @ Dragon*Con Co-founded ORIGIN Systems & Ultima saga of computer games Mick Garris: * "Chocolate" [Hot Blood: Tales of Provocative Horror, eds. Jeff Gelb and Lonn Friend, Pocket, 1989] ISBN 0-671-66424-7, $3.95, paperback * "Dream on Me" [Hotter Blood: More Tales of Erotic Horror, eds. Jeff Gelb and Michael Garrett, Pocket, 1991] ISBN 0-671-70149-5, $4.95, paperback Charles M. Garrison, under pseudonym "Charles McDaniel" wrote: * Murder on the Moon [New York: Vantage, 1968] Russ Garrison: ISFDB lists: * "Hunger" [Sword and Sorceress II, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1985] ISBN 0-88677-041-6, $2.95, paperback Mark Garro: Fantasy illustrator Mark Garro ISFDB Robert A. Garron, pseudonym of Howard E. Wandrei Alana Garrop: ISFDB lists: Short Fiction: * "A Blue Powder for Your Problems" [Midnight Zoo, Jan 1991] Nonfiction co-authored with Alexandria Perdue: * "Vampire Eyes" [Midnight Zoo, Jan 1991] * "Vampire Eyes" [Midnight Zoo, vol.1, no.6, 1991] * "Vampire Eyes" [Midnight Zoo, May/June 1991] * "Vampire Eyes" [Midnight Zoo, Mar/Apr 1991] * "Vampire Eyes: The Dark Shadows Special" [Midnight Zoo, Mar/Apr 1991] Clee Garson, pseudonym of David W. O'Brien, under this pseudonym: * "Sharbeau's Startling Statue" [Fantastic Adventures, Nov 1942] * "Direct Wire" [Amazing, Jan 1943] * "The Spoilers of Lern" [Fantastic Adventures, Aug 1951] Paul Garson: * The Great Quill [Doubleday, 1973] Vaseleos Garson: ISFDB lists: * "One Against the Stars" [Planet Stories, Summer 1944] * "Test for the Pearl" [Planet Stories, Fall 1947] * "The Running of the Zar" [Planet Stories, Winter 1947] * "The Little Pets of Arkkhan" [Planet Stories, Summer 1947] * "Acid Bath" [Planet Stories, July 1952] Daveed Gartenstein-Ross (1976-): ISFDB says that he was 1997 National Collegiate Debate Champion, but that's debatable; ISFDB lists: * "Don't Reject This!!!" [Air Fish, eds. Joy Oestricher and Richard Singer, Cat's Eye Press, 1993] ISBN 0-9631755-2-1, $16.95, trade paperback Andrew Garth, pseudonym of William Rotsler G. G. Garth: not to be confused with "Party On, Garth" of "Wayne's World"; ISFDB lists: * Party Till You Scream! [Bantam Starfire, 1995] ISBN 0-553-56733-0, $3.99, paperback Will Garth, house name and pseudonym of Otto Binder, August Derleth, Edmond Hamilton, Henry Kuttner, Mort Weisinger, Manley Wade Wellman * Dr. Cyclops [Phoenix, 1940; Bookfinger, 1974; Centaur] Heinz Gartmann (1917-?) German engineer/author: * The Men Behind the Space Rockets * Man Unlimited (about techno-stress) Tom Gartner: ISFDB lists: * "Jabir" [Aberrations, Apr 1995] Ray Garton: known for provocative fiction about sex-slave zombie/androids: Novels: * Live Girls [MacDonald, 1987] ISBN 0-356-14799-1, 11.95, hardcover [Futura, 1987] 0-7088-8239-0, 2.95, paperback [Pocket, 1987] ISBN 0-671-62628-0, $3.95, paperback * Shackled [Bantam, 1997] ISBN 0-553-29891-7, $5.99, paperback Story Collections: * Website [Subterranean Press, 1997] $8.00, trade paperback Short Fiction: * "Punishments" [Hot Blood: Tales of Provocative Horror, ed. Jeff Gelb and Lonn Friend, Pocket, 1989]ISBN 0-671-66424-7, $3.95, paperback * The Picture of Health" [Hotter Blood: More Tales of Erotic Horror, eds. Jeff Gelb and Michael Garrett, Pocket, 1991] ISBN 0-671-70149-5, $4.95, paperback * "Weird Gig" [Shock Rock, ed. Jeff Gelb, Pocket, 1992] ISBN 0-671-70150-9, $4.99, paperback * "Screams at the Gateway to Fame" [Dante's Disciples, eds. Peter Crowther and Edward E. Kramer, White Wolf, 1996] ISBN 1-56504-907-1, $14.99, trade paperback * "Website" [Website, ed. Ray Garton, Subterranean Press, 1997] $8.00, trade paperback Ronald G. Garver: * Saucer People Kevin J. Garvey: ISFDB lists: * "Cereal Killer" [Stygian Articles, #6, ed. Jeremy E. Johnson, 1996] $5.00 Richard M[cClellan] Garvin (4 Aug 1934-?) American bookstore owner/author: * The Fortec Conspiracy (flying saucer crash coverup) (co-author E. G. Addeo) * The Talbot Agreement (co-author E. G. Addeo) Brian Garwood: ISFDB lists: * "Charnel House" [Pulphouse, #18, 1995] Gene Gary, pseudonym of J. J. Des Ormeaux Ken Gary: ISFDB lists as Nonfiction: * "A Weird Prophecy" (1940) [Weird Tales, ed. Peter Haining, [Neville Spearman, 1976] ISBN 0-85978-020-1, hardcover Romain Gary: pseudonym of Romain Kacewgari (1914-?) Poland-born France-residing mainstream author with one SF/fantasy collection "Hissing Tales" [New York: Harper & Row, 1964], Also author of: * The Gasp [Putnam, 1973; Pocket] * The Enchanters [Putnam, 1975] Short Fiction (ISFDB only lists the single item below): * "Decadence" [10th Annual Edition: The Year's Best S-F, ed. Judith Merril, Delacorte, 1965] hardcover, story translated by Richard Howard Richard Garvin, co-authored with Edmond G. Addeo: * The Fortec Conspiracy [Sherbourne, 1968; Signet, 1969] * The Talbott Agreement [Sherbourne, 1968; Award] Bamber Gascoigne (1935-): British author/broadcaster (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.390) Marc Gascoigne: co-author with Carl Sargent of shared world Fantasy/SF (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.390) David Gascoyne: see biio/bibliographic note in "Poly" Short Fiction: * "Procession to the Private Sector" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, ed. Lee Ballentine, Ocean View Books, 1989] ISBN 0-938075-05-5, trade paperback; ISBN 0-938075-08-X, $24.95, hardcover Greno Gashbuck, anagrammatic pseudonym of Hugo Gernsback Elizabeth Gaskell (29 Sep 1810-12 Nov 1865) English novelist (nee Elizabeth Stevenson) friend of Charlotte Bronte, and fantasy/weird story author "Cousin Phyllis" (London, 1865? and 1867) Jane [Denvil] Gaskell (7 July 1941-) psuedonym for British author Jane Gaskell Lynch, great-great-great-grandniece of Elizabeth Gaskell, novels include * Atlan [London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1965; Paperback Library, 1968; St.Martins 1978] * The City [London: Hodder & Stoughton; Paperback Library, 1968; St.Martins 1978] * The King's Daughter [London: Hutchinson, 1958] * The Serpent [London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1963] * The Serpent & the Dragon [St.Martins, 1977] * A Sweet Sweet Summer [St.Martins, 1973] Gaslight Romance: term of John Clute et al. for Fantasy or science fiction set in the high Victorian or Edwardian era, which includes but is not limited to Steampunk and Urban Fantasy. (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, pp.390-391) Douglas Gasner: science writer: * "Interferon and Beyond" [Omni, July 1979] William Gasoway: ISFDB lists: * "The Intercept" [Amazing, May 1986] Craig Gassen: ISFDB lists: Nonfiction: * "Hector" [Aberrations, Nov 1995] Nick Gassman: * "Science Fiction on the Internet" [Interzone, Apr 1996] unfortunately fails to mention the Magic Dragon Multimedia domain that you're reading right now! Kelly P. Gast, pseudonym of J.M.G.O. Edmonson y Cotton Ernesto Gastaldi: SF author and critic of Italy: Novels: * Iperbole infinita [Mondadori Editore, 1960] 150 Lira (missing some zeroes?) appeared as serial in "Urania" * I Quaranta Belanti [Nistri Lischi Editori, 1975] 15,000 L appeared as serial in "Il Tagliamare" adapted into the film "Mi Faccio la Barca" {hotlink to be done} Nonfiction: * "Voglio entrare nel cinema" [Mondadori Editore, 1991] 28,000 Lira] appeared as series of articles in "BUM Mondaodri" Short Fiction: * "The End of Eternity" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1965] Gaston: ISFDB lists: * "Thrusting Thighs of Passion" (poetry) [Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, vol.1, no.2, ed. Gavin J. Grant, 1997] $3.00 paperback David Gaston: ISFDB lists: * "Alisia's Gift" [Amazing, Mar 1986] Stuart Gaston: born in England, taught in Nassau (Bahamas), moved to Huntington Beach, California: * Wooden Boxes for Trees [Stuart & Wiz, 1988] Dimitri Gat: * The Shepherd is My Lord [Doubleday, 1971] Tom Gatch, Jr., alternate history novel "King Julian" (New York: vantage, 1955) -- what if George Washington had allowed himself to become King of America, as many actually proposed after the revolution Gate: see Portal Bill Gates: the solar system's first trillionaire, known for some sort of software business in the late 20th century, better known today for his investments in biotechnology, nanotechnology, and nuclear propulsion in the early 21st century; sponsor of 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, and 2010 Nobel laureates in Medicine/Physiology; married once, one son, two granddaughters, two known clones, and the world's largest digital art collection; won election for Senator of Washington State, 2004; nominated for President of NAFTA, but declined to run (2008); Nobel Peace Prize, 2017. Frank Gates: ISFDB lists: * "The Man Who Died By Proxy" [Amazing, May 1927] R. Patrick Gates: ISFDB lists: Novels: * Jumpers [Dell, 1997] ISBN 0-440-21471-8, $5.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Long Lips" [Masques III, ed. J. N. Williamson, St. Martin's, 1989] ISBN 0-312-02948-9, $17.95, hardcover * "A Hard Man Is Good to Find" [Hotter Blood: More Tales of Erotic Horror' eds. Jeff Gelb and Michael Garrett, Pocket, 1991] ISBN 0-671-70149-5, $4.95, paperback * "Heavy Metal" [Shock Rock, ed. Jeff Gelb, Pocket, 1992] ISBN 0-671-70150-9, $4.99, paperback Mark Gatiss: * Doctor Who New Adventures #8: Nightshade [1992] * Doctor Who New Adventures #31: St. Anthony's Fire [1994] Kenneth W[illiam] Gatland (1924-) British scientist/author, Vice-Chairman of the British Interplanetary Society, many science books Chris Gattanella: ISFDB lists: * "Knaragua's Rage" [1993] Honorable Mention, 1994 Asimov's Undergraduate Award * "Treaty Games" [1994] Honorable Mention, 1995 Asimov's Undergraduate Award * "Rupture" [1995] Honorable Mention, 1996 Asimov's Undergraduate Award Art Gatti: ISFDB lists: * "UFO Update: Saucer-Eyed Spies" [Omni, June 1979] nonfiction Jeb Gaudet: ISFDB lists: * "Portrait of a Psychopath" [On Spec, Winter 1990] Ercole Joseph Gaudioso: ISFDB lists: * "Committed" [Aberrations, No. 9, 1993] ISFDB misspells magazine name Rick Gauger, full name Richard C. Gauger (1942-): Novels: * Charon's Ark [Ballantine/Del Rey, 1987] ISBN 0-345-31773-4, $3.50, paperback * Charon's Children [1998] * Charon's Is Coming [1999] * Charon and Styx [1999] Short Fiction: * "The Vacuum-Packed Picnic" [Omni, Sep 1979; Best SF of the Year 9, ed. Terry Carr, Ballantine, 1980] ISBN 0-345-28601-4, $2.50, paperback * "Detour" [Analog, Mar 1980] * "Shooting Iron" [Analog, Mid-Dec 1984] Gaughan, pseudonym for Jack Gaughan (), noted American SF artist Winner of 1967,1968,1969 Hugo Awards for Best Professional Artist Winner of 1967 Hugo Award for Best Fan Artist Winner of 1977 Skylark Award for Best Professional Artist Short Fiction: * "One More Time" [Asimov's, Nov/Dec 1978] * "The Wind from the Seven Suns" [Asimov's, Mar 1981] Jack Gaughan ISFDB Phoebe Gaughan: SF illustrator, collaborated with Jack Gaughan Phoebe Gaughan ISFDB Gilbert Gaul, pseudonym of James DeMille William Campbell Gault: ISFDB lists: * "Made to Measure" [Galaxy, Jan 1951; Galaxy Reader of SF, ed. H. L. Gold, Crown, 1952] hardcover * "This Way to Mars" [Startling Stories, Sep 1951] * "Let's Do It Again!" [Fantastic Adventures, Mar 1951] * "Fog" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1951] * "Joy Ride" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1953] * "The Huddlers" [Worlds of If Science, May 1953] * "Title Fight" [The Fantastic Universe Omnibus, ed. Hans Stefan Santesson, Prentice-Hall, 1960] $3.95, hardover [New York: Paperback Library, 1960] $0.75, paperback Frank Gauna: SF illustrator Frank Gauna ISFDB Robert J. Gaurnier: SF poet; ISFDB lists: * "Serial Killer" [the fractal, Fall 1994] poetry Judith Gautier (1845-1917): British author, daughter of Theophile Gautier (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.391) Theophile Gautier (31 Aug 1811-23 Dec 1872) major literary figure in France, details to be done, who beat Jules Verne to the submarine novel by many years with "Les deus etoiles" (1848) ISFDB lists only: * "One of Cleopatra's Nights" (translated by Lafcadio Hearn) [The Dedalus Book of Femmes Fatales, ed. Brian Stableford, Dedalus, 1992] ISBN 0-946626-77-4, 8.99, trade paperback Rita J. Gavelis: Affiliate Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Rita J. Gavelis Gawain: Gawain: a major Knight of the Round Table, central to the argument that King Arthur was actually from Scotland. Gawain is accepted to be the son of King Lot of Lothian and Orkney, which puts his literary origin squarely in the history of Scotland, using his Celtic name (Gwalchmai). He plays a significant role in the Arthur story as told by Geoffrey of Monmouth [Historia Regum Brittanniae, 1136]. He is described even more glowingly in the anonymous major poem "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" [circa 1350], and figures centrally in the equally anonymous and lesser poem "The Wedding of Sir Gawen and Dame Ragnell" [circa 1440]. A modern spin is given in "The Green Knight" [1975] by Vera Chapman. He is, far less plausibly, shown as of Roman descent in "Merlin's Ring" [1939, 1974] and "Merlin's Godson" [1976] by H. Warner Munn. He is the protagonist of the "Gwalchmai" series of novels by Gillian Bradshaw. That King Arthur was actually from Scotland is supported by massive evidence, including the hill/mountain in Edinburgh having for over a millennium been known as "Arthur's Seat," and a series of credible geographic identifications of locations in the Arthurian legends with places well north of today's Scotland/England border. The irony is that, while the historic King Arthur is a subject of considerable scholarly debate, the one thing agreed upon by most academics is that he was NOT English, but either of Scotland or Wales or other origin, and fought the English -- yet in the global popular imagination, he is the quintessential English hero. This is a distortion of The Matter of Britain. See also "Lady of the Lake", "Merlin", "Round Table" King Arthur Jean Mark Gawron: no known home page e-mail Jean Mark Gawron Novels: * Algorithm [Berkley, 1978] * An Apology for Rain [Doubleday, 1974] Short Fiction: ISFDB doesn't list novels but does list: * "Tale of the Blue Spruce Dreaming (Or, How to Be Flesh)" [Full Spectrum 5, eds. Jennifer Hershey, Tom Dupree, Janna Silverstein, Bantam Spectra, 1995] ISBN 0-553-37400-1, $14.95, trade paperback Nonfiction: * "Read This" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Apr 1993] John Gawsworth (29 Jun 1912-1970) British author/anthologist/poet/ biographer/critic pseudonym of Terence Ian Fytton Armstrong {details to be done} Andrea Gawthorne: SF author of Australia: * "Streetdreams" [Aurealis, #3, 1991] Valerie Atkinson Gawthrop: ISFDB lists: * "Hemparius the Trader" [Sword And Sorceress XII, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, [DAW, 1995] ISBN 0-8677-657-0, $4.99, paperback Anne Gay: ISFDB lists: * "Roman Games" [Other Edens II, eds. Chris Evans and Robert Holdstock Unwin, 1988] ISBN 0-04-440154-X, 3.95, paperback [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Second Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1989] ISBN 0-312-03006-1, hardcover; ISBN 0-312-03007-X, 13.95, trade paperback * "Le Grand Moans" [Euro Temps, ed. Alex Stewart Roc UK, 1992] ISBN 0-14-016713-7, 4.99, paperback Emily Gaydos: ISFDB lists: * "The Kiss of a Beautiful Child" [Midnight Zoo, Jan 1991] * "The Cat of Pere-Lachaise" [Midnight Zoo, vol.1, no.6, 1991] Ed Gazsi: Fantasy illustrator Ed Gazsi ISFDB Return to Authors G Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Kathleen O'Neal Gear: Lifetime Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America no known home page Novels (co-author W. Michael Gear): * People of the Silence [Tor, 1997] ISBN 0-812-51559-5, $6.99, paperback [Tor/Forge, 1996] ISBN 0-312-85853-1, $25.95, hardcover Anthologies (co-editor W. Michael Gear): * People of the Mist [Tor/Forge, 1997] ISBN 0-312-85854-X, $26.95, hardcover W. Michael Gear: Lifetime Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America no known home page Novels (co-author Kathleen O'Neal Gear): * People of the Silence [Tor, 1997] ISBN 0-812-51559-5, $6.99, paperback [Tor/Forge, 1996] ISBN 0-312-85853-1, $25.95, hardcover Anthologies (co-editor Kathleen O'Neal Gear): * People of the Mist [Tor/Forge, 1997] ISBN 0-312-85854-X, $26.95, hardcover Patricia Geary, full name Patricia Carol Geary (1951-): professor/author: * Living in Ether [1982; shorter version 1987] Greater Los Angeles is heaven/hell/purgatory * Strange Toys [1987] voodoo; winner of 1988 Philip K. Dick Award Nominated for 1988 Locus Award (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.392) Geas: see Curse (to be done} Albert E. Gechter: * "Introduction" [Soloman Kane, by Robert E. Howard, Centaur Press, 1971] paperback Gabriel Gecko: Fantasy illustrator Gabriel Gecko ISFDB Gordon Gecko: * Greed is Good [Wall Street Journal, 1988] Caer Ged, pseudonym of Jerrold David Friedman Cindie Geddes: ISFDB lists: * "Dinner" [Midnight Journeys, eds. Davi Dee and Bill Allen, Ozark Triangle Press, 1995] $9.95, trade paperback * "The Nerve" [Palace Corbie Volume Six, ed. Wayne Edwards, Merrimack Books, 1996] ISBN 1-888283-03-3, $9.95, trade paperback * "Control" [Terminal Fright Magazine, Spring 1995] * "The Caress of Ash and Cinder" [100 Wicked Little Witch Stories, eds. Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg, Martin H.Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1995] ISBN 1-56619-762-7, $7.98, hardcover ISBN 0-7607-0208-X, trade paperback Pauline Gedge, full name Pauline Alice Gedge (1945-): Canada-resident Historical Fiction and SF/Fantasy author born in New Zealand, best known for: * Stargate [1982] far superior to and unrelated to the film [1994] of the same name; deals with creation and destruction of the universe by a pantehon of sun-gods Other Books: * Child of the Morning [1977] Historical Fiction: Egypt * The Twelfth Transforming [1984] Historical Fiction: Egypt * The Eagle and the Raven [1978] Historical Fiction: Celtic * Scroll of Saqqara [1990; as "Mirage", US: 1991] Historical Fiction: Egypt (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, pp.392-393) Richard E. Geis, returned in Summer 1997 to Active Member status in Science Fiction Writers of America. An award-winning fanzine writer, with several mainstream and SF novels to his credit, Richard E. Geis is also known for his contributions to the genre of sex. * Richard E. Geis [sometimes as Peggy Swenson]: "Arena Women", "The Corporation Strikes Back", "The Endles Orgy", "Raw Meat", "The Sex Machine","Star Whores" (hard/science fiction) * Richard E. Geis [sometimes as Peggy Swenson]: "Bedroom Backlist", "Bongo Bum","Eye at the Window", "Girlsville", "In Bed We Lie", "Male Mistress","Ravished","Sex Turned On" (hard/non-science-fiction) Roberta L[eah Jacobs] Gellis, pseudonyms: Leah Jacobs, Max Daniels, Priscilla Hamilton; born New York City, 27 Sep 1927, daughter of Morris B. Jacobs and Margaret Segall; married Charles Gellis 14 Apr 1946; son: Mark Daniel; author: Knights' Honor, 1964 Bond of Blood, 1965 The Psychiatrist's Wife, 1966 (as Leah Jacobs) Sing Witch, Sing Death, 1975 The Dragon and the Rose, 1977 The Sword and the Swan, 1977 (as Max Daniels) Space Guardian, 1978 Offworld, 1979 The Love Token, 1979 (as Priscilla Hamilton) The English Heiress, 1980 The Cornish Heiress, 1981 Siren Song, 1981 The Kent Heiress, 1982 Winter Song, 1982 Fortune's Bride, 1983 Fire Song, 1984 The Woman's Estate, 1984 Tapestry of Dreams, 1985 The Rope Dance, 1986 Fires of Winter, 1987 Masques of Gold, 1988 A Silver Mirror, 1989 Roselynde Chronicle Series: Roselynde, 1978 Alinor, 1978 Joanna, 1978 Gilliane, 1978 Rhiannon, 1981 Sybelle, 1983 B.A. 1946, Hunter College; M.S. 1951 Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute; graduate study 1954-59, NYU; Chemist 1947-54 Foster D. Snell, New York City; Editor 1954-56 McGraw-Hill Book Co.; Teaching Assistant in English 1956-58 NYU; Microbiologist 1961-63 Hudson Laboratories, New York City; freelance editor for Macmillan, Interscience, John Wiley & Sons; member Authors Guild, Romance Writers of America, Pen and Brush Club e-mail Roberta Gellis David Gemmell, full name David Andrew Gemmell (1948-): British Fantasy novelist: David Gemmell Gender: see FEMINIST: science fiction and fantasy of, by, or for women General X, pseudonym of Roger S. Hoar Genies: Islamic folklore's magical beings; see Aladdin; see SF/Fantasy TV "I Dream of Jeannie" [1965-1970]; see "King of the Jinns" Genre: this has both positive and negative meanings. In the plus side, we mean the overlapping literary territories of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror, and their many subgenres: Genres; in the negative sense, "Genre Fantasy" means the generic and overly familiar completely unoriginal pseudo-High Fantasy trilogies clotting the bookshelves of the world and driving out the better literature of Fantasy and Science Fiction in its original and imaginative essence. Mary Gentle, full name Mary Rosalyn Gentle (1956-): British SF/Fantasy author: {to be done} (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.396) Curt Gentry: * The Last Days of the Great State of California [Putnam, 1968; Ballentine Books] Geoffrey of Monmouth (1100?-1154?): Church scholar and chronicler of either Breton or Wales descent who hoaxed the Normans with a pseudohistory which he falsely claimed was based on secret Welsh documents. This brought King Arthur and Merlin to the attention of European civilization in an irreversably significant way: * Historia Regum Brittaniae [1136] "The History of the Kings of Britain" * Prophetiae Merlini [1134] * Vita Merlini [1156] See also "Gawain", "Merlin", and "The Ultimate King Arthur Web Page" {to be done} See also: WALES Daniel George, pseudonym of D. G. Bunting Edward George, pseudonym of Jerrold David Friedman Peter George, also wrote as Peter Bryant: * Commander-1 [Delacorte, 1965; Dell, 1966] * Dr. Strangelove [Bantam, 1964] {film hotlink to be done} * Red Alert [Ace, 1959] as Bryant Screaming Mad George @ Dragon*Con performance artist GEORGIA Steve Gerber (1947-): comix artist best known for "Howard the Duck" (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.397) Tom Erwin Geris, pseudonym of Mort Weisinger GERMANY Hugo Gernsback: arguably "the father of modern science fiction" through his editorship of Amazing Stories and other magazines. The HUGO AWARDS are named after him. * Ralph 124c41+ [Stratford, 1925; Fell, 1950; Crest] * Ultimate World [Walker, 1971; Avon] Hugo Gernsback site by Patrick Merchant publishing Hugo Gernsbacks "Ultimate World" and Ralph 124c 41+ in installments; also are publishing back issues of Hugo's Forecast. Writer Submissions accepted. David Gerrold @ AlphaRalpha David Gerrold (David Jerrold Friedman): Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America Winner of 1994 Nebula Award, 1995 Hugo Award, and 1994 Homer Award (who's done many superb things since he wrote "The Trouble with Tribbles" for Star Trek while still in High School): no known home page, but CompuServe e-mail David Gerrold: Index to at least 45 publications * Deathbeast [Popular, 1978] * Moonstar Odyssey [Signet, 1977] * The Man Who Folded Himself [Random House, 1973; Science Fiction Book Club; Popular] * Space Skimmer [Ballentine Books, 1972] * When Harlie Was One [Science Fiction Book Club, 1972; Ballentine Books] * With a Finger in My I [Ballentine Books, 1972] * Yesterday's Children [Dell, 1972] * The Flying Sorcerers [Ballentine Books, 1971] co-author Larry Niven * see also the "Planet of the Apes" series Noel B. Gerson: * Double Vision [Doubleday, 1972; Popular] Mark Geston: * The Day Star [Daw, 1972] * Lords of the Starship [Ace, 1967] * Out of the Mouth of the Dragon [Ace, 1969] * The Seige of Wonder [Doubleday, 1976; Daw] Return to Authors G Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Michel de Ghelderode (1898-1962): Belgian playwright, best known for baroque fantasy drama "Sortileges" Ghost: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1990] The Ghost: see the magazine "The Recluse" The Ghost and Mrs. Muir: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1947] The Ghost Book: British series of anthologies [1926; 1952; 1965-1981] Ghostbusters: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1984, 1989, 1999] Ghost Dance: Native American {to be done} The Ghost Goes West: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1935] Ghost Movies: see Horror Movies {to be done} The Ghost of Frankenstein: see Frankenstein Movies {to be done} Ghost Rider: half a dozen different characters in comix Ghosts: {to be done} Ghost Stories: account for about half of all Supernatural fiction... {to be done} Ghost Stories ((July 1926-Jan 1932)): magazine published by Bernarr Macfadden (for whom my father worked): see Magazines The Ghost Super-Detective (Jan 1940-Summer 1941): see Magazines Ghosts and Goblins, British (1938?): see Magazines Ghost Story: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1974; 1981] Ghost Story: see SF/Fantasy TV [1972-1973] Ghoul: magazine, see R. Chetwynd-Hayes Ghoulies: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1985] Return to Authors G Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Bob Giadrosich @ Dragon*Con Giants: {to be done} Lewis Grassic Gibbon, pseudonym of J. Leslie Mitchell John K. Gibbons: Associate Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail John K. Gibbons major science writer Marian S. Huntsman Gibbons: Associate Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Marian S. Huntsman Gibbons e-mail Marian S. Huntsman Gibbons old, invalid Lewis Gibbs, pseudonym of Joseph W. Cove Folyd Gibson, pseudonym of Albert King William Gibson: South Carolina-born resident of Vancouver, Canada; the leading author of the Cyberpunk movement; William Gibson old, invalid? William Gibson @ AlphaRalpha "Neuromancer" (1984) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle. "Neuromancer", his first novel, also won Hugo, Nebula, and Phillip K. Dick awards Film hotlink {to be done} "Idoru" excerpt; Interview Proposed/rejected "Alien 3" Script Agrippa SmallGibson page William Gibson's Yard Show Book-Length Fiction includes: * Burning Chrome (Short story collection) * Count Zero * The Difference Engine, co-author Bruce Sterling [Bantam: 1991] * Johnny Mnemonic (screenplay) 1995 with Cinevisions, Inc., Ace: 1995] ISBN:0-441-00234-X * Mona Lisa Overdrive * Neuromancer [Ace, 1984] ISBN:0-441-56959-5 Short Fiction includes: * "Burning Chrome" [Omni, 1982] * "Dogfight" [1985] co-author Michael Swanwick * "Johnny Mnemonic" [Omni, 1981] * "The Winter Market" [Stardate, 1986] John Ulrich Giesy (1877-1948), author of "the Jason Croft" series: * Palos of the Dogstar Pack [Avalon, 1965] * The Mouthpiece of Zitu [Avalon, 1966] * Jason, Son of Jason [Avalon, 1966] Theo Gift, pseudonym of Dora Havers H. R. Giger: pseudonym of Hasruedi Giger (1940-): SF/Fantasy artist of Switzerland, best known for art design in the films: * Alien {hotlink to be done} * Poltergeist II {hotlink to be done} * Species {hotlink to be done} Anthony Gilbert, pseudonym of Lucy Beatrice Malleson Christopher Gilbert: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America nothing on the web? Robert E. Gilbert, science fiction writer and fan artist, died 1993 Sheila Gilbert: Associate Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Sheila Gilbert @ DAW Books Stephen Gilbert: * Ratman's Notebooks [Viking, 1969; Lancer, 1975?] a.k.a. Willard [Lancer, 1971] {film hotlink to be done} W. S. Gilbert, full name Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (1836-1911): British playwright, poet, author, best known for libretti to the music of Sir Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900) {to be done} Allan Gilbreath: Member of Horror Writers of America Allan Gilbreath Mel Gilden: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Mel Gilden fabulously inventive author of science fiction, juveniles, young adult, and mysteries. Former co-host of "Hour 25" SF radio show on KPFK-FM. Baxter Giles, pseudonym of Andrew J. Offutt Douglas Giles, pseudonym of James Hall Elizabeth Giles, pseudonym of John R. Holt Geoffrey Giles, fan pseudonym of Forrest J. Ackerman & Walter Gillings Gordon A. Giles, pseudonym of Otto Binder Raymond Giles, pseudonym of John R. Holt C. B. Gilford: * The Gilford [Lancer, 1969] Gilgamesh: arguably the most ancient extant HEROIC FANTASY epics, dating back perhaps 5,000 years to the Sumerians Patrick Gill, pseudonym of John Creasey Richard Gilliam: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Richard Gilliam Terry Gilliam, full name Terry Vance Gilliam (1940-): film director/screenwriter best known for animations in Monty Python's Flying Circus and the films: * And Now for Something Completely Different [1971] {film hotlink to be done} * Monty Python and the Holy Grail [1975] {film hotlink to be done} * Monty Python's Life of Brian [1979] {film hotlink to be done} * Monty Python's The Meaning of Life [1983] {film hotlink to be done} * Jabberwocky [1977] {film hotlink to be done} * Time Bandits [1981] {film hotlink to be done} * Brazil [1985] {film hotlink to be done} * The Adventures of Baron Munchausen [1988] {film hotlink to be done} * The Fisher King [1991] {film hotlink to be done} * Twelve Monkeys [1996] {film hotlink to be done} Penelope Gilliatt, mainstream cinema critic, also wrote: * One by One [Athenaeum, 1965] ElizaBeth Gilligan: Associate Member, Science Fiction Writers of America ElizaBeth Gilligan@sff.net e-mail ElizaBeth Gilligan Alexis A. Gilliand, full name Alexis Arnaldus Gilliand (1931-): Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America one of the few people ever to have won Hugo awards as Best Fan Artists, and Best Writer; a prince of the man, an ex-government bureaucrat now getting even with the Establishment through wickedly funny fiction wise in the ways of power, and a superb cartoonist * the "Wizenbeak" series: * Wizenbeak [1986] * The Shadow Shaia [1990] * The Lord of the Troll-Bats [1992] * The Iron Law of Bureaucracy [1979] collection of drawings/cartoons * Who Says Paranoia Isn't "In" anymore? [1985] collection of drawings/cartoons * The Waltzing Wizard [1989] [1979] collection of drawings/cartoons Robert Cham Gillman, pseudonym of Alfred Coppel: Diana & Meir Gillon: * The Unsleep [Ballentine Books, 1962] James Gillray (1757-1815): Satirical/Fantasy artist of England (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.410) Sheila Gilluly: Celtic fantasy novelist (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.410) Carolyn Ives Gilman: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America has just sold her first novel but has been doing short fiction for a decade e-mail Carolyn Ives Gilman George G. Gilman, pseudonym of Terry Harknett Greer Gilman, full name Greer Ilene Gilman (1951-): * Moonwise [1991] poetic/literary Fantasy (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.410) Laura Anne Gilman: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America Laura Anne Gilman the above web page is as the author requested; the below as I've had it. Laura Anne Gilman@sff.net [e-mail address removed at author request] Ann Gilmer, pseudonym of W. E. D. Ross Anthony Gilmore, pseudonym of Harry Bates & Desmond W. Hall: * Space Hawk [Greenberg, 1952] 5 stories Marian Gilmore, house name and pseudonym of Frederic V. R. Dey William Gilmoure: * Lost on Jupiter [House of Greystoke, 1962] * Tarzan and the Lightning Man [House of Greystoke, 1962] * Back to the Earth's Core [House of Greystoke, 1962] Paul A. Gilster: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America Sephera Giron: Member of Horror Writers of America Sephera Giron Return to Authors G Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Stephanie Gladden @ Dragon*Con Penciller of "The Simpsons" for Bongo Comics Walter Glamis, pseudonym of Nathan Schachner John Glasby: * Project Jove [Ace, 1971] James C. Glass: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail James C. Glass Y. M. Gleaton III@sff.net Donald Glut: * Spawn [Laser, 1976] A. A. Glynn: * Plan for Conquest [Arcadia, 1970; Vega] Return to Authors G Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Stephanie Goble@sff.net R. H. Godfrey, pseudonym of E. C. Tubb William Godfrey, pseudonym of Christoper S. Youd Parke Godwin: * Masters of Solitude (co-author M. Kaye) [Doubleday, 1978] * several excellent more recent novels {to be done} Tom Godwin, perhaps best known for the controversial hard SF story "The Cold Equations." Books include: * The Space Barbarians [Pyramid, 1964] * The Survivors [Gnome, 1958] a.k.a. Space Prison [Pyramid, 1960] * Beyond Another Sun [Curtis, 1971] Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: listed here for "Faust" (Part I, 1808) and (part II, 1831). This epic drama is truly the lifework of the versatile poet, dramatist, novelist, philosopher, statesman, scientist, art critic, and theatre manager Goethe. Notwithstanding the preoccupations of so diversified a career, the writing of "Faust" was begun in his youth and the finishing touches were put to the second part just before his death in 1832 at the age of 82. Part I begins like a mystery play with the celebrated prologue in Heaven, essentially a paraphrase of the first part of the Book of Job. The same bargain is struck, in both cases. The Lord, at Satan's challenge, gives him permission to make a test of the integrity of God's servent, Faust. Mephistopheles makes a bargain with the aged Faust. If Faust is granted one moment of complete contentment, he loses his soul. Faust regains his youth, and with Mephistopheles he travels about enjoying every form of earthly pleasure. He has a love affair with a simple girl, Margaret, whom he betrays and for whose downfall and death he is responsible. Mephistopheles thinks he will capture the soul of Margaret, but the purity of her betrayed love for faust and her refusal to be rescued from death by Mephistopheles cause her to be saved. As the first part of the play ends, Faust has not yet found, in the world of desire and passion, that wonderful moment of existence to which he could really wish to cling. The second part of "Faust", that of the world of public life and aesthetic beauty, is a profound philosophical poem, less of a familiar drama than the first. In it Faust tastes every form of intellectual and worldly power, but still fails to find the moment for which he so eagerly seeks, even in the love of Helen of Troy. Mephistopheles has almost despaired of his bargain. At last, once again and old man, the weary, sated faust takes an interest in a project to reclaim land from the sea, a project that will mean little to him personally, but which will bring untold good to countless numbers of people. Here, to his astonishment, Faust finds truly profound happiness. So noble is this impulse that Mephistopheles at the end is deprived of the soul of faust, who, like the unfortunate Margaret of the first part, is redeemed. "Faust" is a monument that will stand as long as literature endures. It is not of great importance on the actual stage, for its difficulties of production are enormous. Primarily it is a literary-poetic work. However, on rare occasions, both parts have been performed in careful adaptations. The first part, by itself, has received fairly frequent performances, and is the basis of Gounoud's popular opera "Faust," also of the opera "Mefistofele" by Boito, and the "Damnation of faust" by Berlioz. The semi-legendary figure of the magician and charlatan Faustus has not only attracted many poets (Marlowe, Lessng), but the adjective "Faustian" has become synonymous (since Oswald Spengler's use of it) for the striving qualities of modern Western civilization. For this reason, too, the poetic play bridges the gap between Fantasy (God and the Devil) and Science Fiction (reclaiming land from sea, the lure of cosmic knowledge, and the other aspects of Enlightenment goals for humanity and technology). Modern prose adaptations include Thomas Mann's novel "Doctor Faustus" [1947], and "Jack Faust" by Michael Swanwick [New York: Avon, 1997]. Mike Goforth: Member of Horror Writers of America Mike Goforth Owl Goingback: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Owl Goingback H[orace] L. Gold @ AlphaRalpha important editor of Galaxy magazine. See Science Fiction Magazines Suffering from agaoraphobia, he spent several years unable to leave his New York apartment, so he had many of the world's top SF writers, artists, and intellectuals as frequent guests, for salon discussions and poker games. His son runs Galaxy now, which has mutated to an online-only format. Horace was upset about his divorce, and then even more upset when his ex-wife won millions in a lottery. Horace approached Your Humble Webmaster, circa 1980, when I was involved in trying to buy Amazing Stories Magazine, because he wanted again to be editor of a major SF publication. It did not come to pass. * The Old Die Rich [Crown, 1955] Golden Fleece: see Argonauts {to be done} Golden Fleece (Oct 1938-June 1939): see Magazines Christie Golden: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America; Member of Horror Writers of America Christie Golden e-mail Christie Golden e-mail Christie Golden old, invalid? Ron C. Golden: Affiliate Member, Science Fiction Writers of America, resident of Japan Stephen Goldin, full name Stephen Charles Goldin (1947-): Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America Stephen Goldin's home page e-mail Stephen Goldin e-mail Stephen Goldin old, invalid (and just listed here so that readers can purge this from the files if they have it so recorded...) Books include: * Assault on the Gods [Doubleday, 1977] * Caravan [Laser, 1975] * The Eternity Brigade [Publisher?, 1975] * Finish Line [Laser, 1976] * Herds [Laser, 1975] * Mindflight [Crest, 1978] * Scavenger Hunt [Laser, 1975] * also was a co-author of sorts with E. E. Doc Smith: * The "Family D'Alembert" series: Doc Smith sequels by Stephen Goldin: * Imperial Stars [Pyramid, 1976] * Strangler's Moon [Pyramid, 1976] * The Clockwork Traitor [Pyramid, 1977] * Getaway World [Pyramid, 1977] * Appointment at Bloodstar [Jove, 1978] ISBN 0-515-04005-3, $1.50 [Berkley, 1983] ISBN 0-425-05821-2] * The Purity Plot [publisher?, 1978] * Planet of Treachery [publisher?, 1982] * Eclipsing Binaries [publisher?, 1983] * The Omicron Invasion [Grafton, 1984] ISBN 0-586-04342-X, 1.75, paperback * Revolt of the Galaxy [Berkley, 1985] ISBN 0-425-07675-X, $2.75, paperback [Grafton, 1985] ISBN 0-586-04343-8, 1.95, paperback * the "Parsina Saga": * Shrine of the Desert Mage [Bantam Spectra, 1988] ISBN 0-553-27212-8, $3.95, paperback * The Storyteller and the Jann [Bantam Spectra, 1988] ISBN 0-553-27532-1, $3.95, paperback * the "Rehumanization of Jade Darcy" series: * Jade Darcy and the Affair of Honor (co-author Mary Mason) [NAL Signet, 1988] ISBN 0-451-15613-7, $3.50, paperback * Jade Darcy and the Zen Pirates (1990) [Penguin/Roc, 1990] 0-451-45021-3, $3.95, paperback * Star Trek Novels: * Star Trek 12: Trek to Madworld [New York: Bantam, 1984] ISBN 0-533-29676-3, $2.95, paperback [London: Titan, 1994] ISBN 1-85286-530-X, 4.50, paperback Short Fiction: * "The Girls on USSF 193" [Worlds of If, Dec 1965] * "Sweet Dreams, Melissa" [Galaxy, Dec 1968; Yesterday's Tomorrows, ed. Frederik Pohl, Berkley, 1982; 100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978; The Eleventh Galaxy Reader, ed. Frederik Pohl, Doubleday, 1969] * "The World Where Wishes Worked" [Protostars, ed. David Gerrold [1971, Ballantine, 1971] ISBN 345-02393-5-095, $0.95, paperback [Bruce Coville's Book of Magic II, ed. Bruce Coville, Scholastic, 1997] ISBN 0-590-85297-3, $3.99, trade paperback * "The Last Ghost" [Protostars, ed. David Gerrold, Ballantine, 1971] ISBN 345-02393-5-095, $0.95, paperback [Nebula Award Stories 7, ed. Lloyd Biggle, Jr.] * "A Nice Place to Visit" [Vertex, Dec 1973] * "Of Love, Free Will and Grey Squirrels on a Summer Evening" [Vertex, Aug 1974] * "Harriet" [Frontiers 1: Tomorrow's Alternatives, ed. Roger Elwood Collier, 1974] * "Xenophobe" [Vertex, Aug 1975] * "Prelude to a Symphony of Unborn Shouts" [Future Corruption, ed. Roger Elwood, Warner, 1975] paperback * "In the Land of Angra Mainyu" [Nameless Places, ed. Gerald W. Page, Arkham House, 1975] $7.50, hardcover * "But As a Soldier, For His Country" [Universe 5, ed. Terry Carr, Popular Library, 1976] ISBN 0-445-00353-125, $1.25, paperback * "When There's No Man Around" [Isaac Asimov's, Fall 1977] * "Portrait of the Artist as a Young God" [Ascents of Wonder, ed. David Gerrold, Popular Library, 1977] ISBN 0-445-04128-5, $1.50, paperback * "Appolyon Ex Machina" [Chrysalis 6, ed. Roy Torgeson, Zebra, 1980] paperback * "One Step At A Time" [Amazing, June 1982] * "The Height of Intrigue" [Analog, Nov 1994] * "Stubborn" [100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978, hardcover; ??? paperback] * "The Sword Unswayed" [Analog, May 1998] Nonfiction: * "Creationism versus the Lightbulb" [Analog, Nov 1982] Morton J. Golding: * Nightmare [Dell, 1970] [Sir] William [Gerald] Golding (17 Sep 1911-1993) British novelist most famous for "The Lord of the Flies" {film hotlink to be done}. One of the few SF novelists to have won a Nobel Prize in Literature. "The Inheritors" (1955) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle. It's about telepathic empathetic Neanderthals being wiped out by us, the Cro-magnon monsters... Lisa Goldstein: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Lisa Goldstein e-mail Lisa Goldstein possible? James A. Goldthwaite, pseudonym of Francis James Domingo Gonsales, pseudonym of Francis Godwin Melissa Good: Melissa Good@sff.net Clifford Goodrich, pseudonym of Alan Hathway Debbie Goodrich, a.k.a: Deborah Goodrich; Member of Horror Writers of America Debbie Goodrich@sff.net John Goodwin, pseudonym of Sidney F. Gowing Jerry Goodz: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America Kathleen Ann Goonan: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Kathleen Ann Goonan Myles Na Gopaleen, pseudonym of Brian O Nolan David Gordon, pseudonym of Randall Garrett Donald Gordon, pseudonym of Donald G. Payne Fritz Gordon, pseudonym of F. G. Jarvis Greg Gorden: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Greg Gorden Linda Gorden (L. Michael Johns): Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America : nothing on the Web? Millard Verne Gordon, pseudonym of Donald A. Wollheim Nathaniel Gordon, pseudonym of Gordon Gasko Rex Gordon, pseudonym of S. B. Hough, full name Stanley Bennett Hough (25 Feb 1917-): British; radio operator, radio officer, yacht company owner: * 6 science fiction novels under pseudonym Rex Gordon: * Utopia 239 [London: Heinemann, 1955] * No Man Friday [London: Heinemann, 1956; as "First on Mars" New York: Ace, 1957; Avon] * First to the Stars [New York: Ace, 1959; as "The Worlds of Eclos", London: Consul, 1961] * First Through Time [New York: Ace, 1962; as "The Time Factor", London: Tandem, 1964] * Utopia Minus X [New York: Ace, 1966; as "The Paw of God", London: Tandem, 1967] * The Yellow Fraction [New York: Ace, 1969; London: Dobson, 1972] 19 books as S. B. Hough: * 10 mystery/detective novels with series character Inspector Brentford * 4 unrelated novels * 5 nonfiction books (travel, writing) Spike Gordon, pseudonym of John Russell Fearn Stuart Gordon, pseudonym of Richard Gordon: * Time Story [Daw, 1973] * One-Eye [Daw, 1973] * Two-Eyes [Daw, 1974] * Three-Eyes [Daw, 1975] Edward St.John Gorey, born Chicago 22 Feb 1925, son of Edward Leo Gorey and Helen Dunham Garvey, author of: The Unstrung Harp, 1953 The Doubtful Guest, 1957 The Hapless Child, 1961 The Willowdale Handcar, 1962 The Wuggly Ump, 1963 The Remembered Visit, 1965 The Gilded Bat, 1966 The Blue Aspic, 1968 The Other Statue, 1968 The Epileptic Bicycle, 1969 The Awdreey-Gone Legacy, 1972 Amphigorey, 1972 Category, 1973 Aphigorey Too, 1975 The Broken Spoke, 1976 The Loathesome Couple, 1977 The Gilded Bat, 1979 Gorey Endings, 1979 and many others B.A. 1950 Harvard University; served with U.S. Army 1943-46 Adrienne Gormley: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America : no known home page e-mail Adrienne Gormley e-mail Adrienne Gormley old, invalid? Phyllis Gotlieb, Canada: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America nothing on the Web? * O Master Caliban [Harper & Row, 1976] * Sunburst [Fawcett Gold Medal, 1964; Berkley] e-mail Phyllis Gotlieb Felix C. Gotschalk: * Growing Up in Tier 3000 [Ace, 1975] S. D. Gottesman, pseudonym of Cyril Kornbluth, Cyril Kornbluth & Frederic Pohl, Frederic Pohl & R. W. Lowndes Ron Goulart: Ron Goulart, and you can also e-mail him through this web site Ron[ald Joseph] Goulart, born Berkeley CA, 13 Jan 1933, son of Joseph Silviera Goulart and Josephine Macri, married Frances Ann Sheridan 13 Jun 1964, sons Sean and Steffan; science fiction author of: * After Things Fell Apart [Ace, 1970; Gregg, 1977; Ace] * Big Bang * Broke Down Engine [Macmillan, 1971; Collier] 13 stories * Brinkman * Calling Dr. Patchwork [Daw, 1978] * Challengers of the Unknown [Dell, 1977] * The Chameleon Corps [Macmillan, 1972; Collier, 1973] 11 stories * Clockwork Pirates [Ace, 1971] * Crackpot [Doubleday, 1977] * Death Cell [Beagle, 1971] * The Emperor of the Last Days [Popular, 1977] * The Enormous Hourglass [Award, 1976] * Eye of the Vulture [Jove, 1977; Weird Heroes 7] * The Fire-Eater [Ace, 1970] * Flux [Daw, 1974] * Gadget Man [Doubleday, 1971] * Ghost Breaker [Ace, 1971] * Galaxy Jane * Hawkshaw [Doubleday, 1972; Award, 1974] * The Hellhound Project [Doubleday, 1975] * Nemo [Berkley, 1977] * Nutzenbolts and More Trouble with machines [Macmillan, 1975] 11 stories * Odd Job #101 [Scribners, 1975] 7 stories * The Panchronicon Plot [Daw, 1977] * Plunder [Beagle, 1972] * Quest of the Gypsy [Pyramid, 1976; Weird Heroes 3] * The Robot in the Closet * The Shaggy Planet [Lancer, 1972] * Spacehawk, Inc. [Daw, 1974] * The Sword Swallower [Doubleday, 1968; Dell] * A Talent for the Invisible [Daw, 1973] * the "TekWar" series, co-authored with William Shatner * The Tin Angel [Daw, 1973] * the "Vampirella" series * What's Become of Screwloose [Scribners, 1971; Daw] 10 stories * When the Waker Sleeps [Daw, 1975] * A Whiff of Madness [Daw, 1976] * Wildsmith [Ace, 1972] Mystery novel: Ghosting Mainstream novel: The Tremendous Adventures of Bernie Wine Nonfiction: The Great Comic Book Artists Novelization: Capricorn One Novelization (from Comics): Snakegod Editor: The Great British Detective; Copywriter Guild; Bascom & Bonfigli 1955-57 San Francisco; freelance writer 1968-present; recipient Edgar Allen Poe Award (MWA) 1971; member SFWA (past Vice President), MWA Arthur Lee Gould, pseudonym of Arthur S. G. Lee Steven Gould: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Steven Gould e-mail Steven Gould old, invalid? 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Peter Graaf, pseudonym of Christopher S. Youd Nic Grabien@sff.net Geoffrey C. Grabowski: Member of Horror Writers of America Geoffrey C. Grabowski Julian Graey, pseudonym of Horace L. Gold Charles S. Graham, pseudonym of E. C. Tubb Felix Graham, pseudonym of Frederic Brown Howard W. Graham, pseudonym of Howard Wandrei Jean Graham: Associate Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Jean Graham Robert Graham, pseudonym of Joe W. Haldeman Susan L. Graham: no known home page, but CompuServe e-mail e-mail Susan L. Graham, Graham Literary Agency D. J. Granger, pseudonym of Milton Lesser Darius John Granger, pseudonym of John W. Jakes Charles L. Grant @ Dragon*Con Horror novelist: "The Nesting", "Night Songs", "The Tea Party", "The Pet", and several "The X-Files" novels spun off from the popular TV show. Also: * Ascension [Berkley, 1977] * The Ravens of the Moon [Doubleday, 1978] * The Shadow of Alpha [Berkley, 1976] Joan Grant, pseudonym of Joan Marshall Kelsey Maxwell Grant, house name and pseudonym of Walter B. Gibson (primarily), Lester Dent, Bruce Elliott, Philip Jose Farmer, Dennis Lynds, Theodore Tinsley Nick Grant: "Nick Grant was born in Melbourne and moved to Manchester, England with his family at the age of five. He completed his Arts Degree at John Moores University in Liverpool and worked in the travel, financial, and oil industries - amongst others - and as a musician. He eventually returned to Australia where he continued his musical pursuits before finding a proper job. He currently lives in Melbourne. " Acknowledgement: * the above biographical sketch courtesy of Tania Milohis at jacobytebooks a fine bookstore at: 41 Barham St Allenby Gardens South Australia Australia 5009 Keith Grantland, pseudonym of Charles Nutt Geary Gravel: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America no known home page, but America Online e-mail e-mail Geary Gravel Geary Gravel: Index to at least 2 publications Robert Graves, major mainstream novelist, poet, and critic (I, Claudius), also wrote: * Watch the North Wind Rise [Creative Age, 1949; Avon] * Hercules, My Shipmate [Creative Age, 1945; Universal; Pyramid] Valerie Graves, pseudonym of Marion Zimmer Bradley Anthony Gray, pseudonym of Ernest K. Gann Charles Gray, pseudonym of E. C. Tubb Curme Gray: * Murder in Millennium VI [Shasta, 1952] Ron Gray, house name and pseudonym of Gardner F. Fox, others Russell Gray, pseudonym of Bruno Fischer Woody Gray, pseudonym of G. L. Rapuzzi Ashley Darlingtom Grayson: Lifetime Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America literary agent; computer consultant/author James Grazier: * Runts of 61 Cygni [Belmont, 1970] GREAT BRITAIN Great Science Fiction (1965-?): see Magazines Great Science Fiction Stories, see Treasury of Great Science Fiction Stories: see Magazines GREECE Charles M. Green, pseudonym of Erle Stanley Gardner I. G. Green: * Time Beyond Time [Belmont, 1971] Jeffrey Green, born in Michigan in 1952, graduate 1977 University of Florida, moved 1993 to Washington DC, married a doctor there, publications in: Oasis (literary small press, Largo, Florida) various small publications (Gainesville, Florida) "The Swatter", The North American Review, Sep 1996 "The Heirloom", novelette, Tomorrow SF, Feb 1997 (about a reality-bending ultimate alien weapon passed on for generations in a dysfunctional southern family) Joseph L. Green: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America NASA employee e-mail Joseph L. Green * Conscience Interplanetary [Doubleday, 1973; Daw] * The Loafers of Refuge [Ballentine Books, 1965] * The Mind Behind the Eye [Daw, 1972] * The Horde [Laser, 1976] Martin Green: * The Earth Again Redeemed: A Metaphysical Metaphor in 22 Tableaux [Basic, 1977] Peter Green, pseudonym of Kenneth Bulmer Roland Green: * Wandor's Ride [Avon, 1973] * Wandor's Journey [Avon, 1975] and many more recent books, includinganthologies and collaborations {to be done} Scott E. Green: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America; former Assemblyman, New Hampshire House of Representatives active in Science Fiction Poetry Association and National Writers Union poet and bibliographer Simon R. Green: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America resident of England Terence M. Green: Lifetime Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America Daniel Greenberg: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America : no known home page, but America Online e-mail e-mail Daniel Greenberg Martin Harry Greenberg: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America Martin H. Greenberg @ AlphaRalpha major editor and anthologist Irving I. Greenfield: * The Ancient of Days [Avon, 1973] * The Face of Him [Manor, 1976] * Julius Caesar is Alice and Well [Manor, 1977] * The Others [Lancer, 1969; manor] * The Stars Will Judge [Dell, 1974] a.k.a. Star Trials [manor, 1977] * Waters of Death [lancer, 1967] William Greenleaf, returned (Summer 1997) to Active Member status in Science Fiction Writers of America. Nothing on the web? William Greenleaf Carl Greener, pseudonym of Robert W. Lowndes Gayle Greeno: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America Collin Greenland Sheila Greenwald, pseudonym of Sheila Ellen Green Richard Greer, pseudonym of Robert Silverberg & Randall Garrett Martin Gregg, pseudonym of Wilfred McNeilly Lee Gregor, pseudonym of Milton A. Rothman John Gregory, pseudonym of Robert Hoskins (not the actor?) Stephen Grendon, pseudonym of August W. Derleth Lois H. Gresh: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America; Member of Horror Writers of America Lois H. Gresh@sff.net "There, you will find a list of some of my fiction credits." Lois Gresh as listed by HWA e-mail Lois H. Gresh new address e-mail Lois H. Gresh old, invalid A. F. Grey, pseudonym of Adeline Phyllis Neal Carol Grey, pseudonym of Robert W. Lowndes Charles Grey, pseudonym of E. C. Tubb Judson Grey, pseudonym of Jim Harmon, Jim Harmon & Ron Haydock Doriac Greysun, pseudonym of Eddy C. Bertin John R. Gribbin: Lifetime Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America resident in England e-mail John Gribbin (Lyn Murray), England, major science writer Volsted Gridban, pseudonym of John Russell Fearn, E. C. Tubb Michele Grieff: Member of Horror Writers of America Michele Grieff Griff, house name and pseudonym of F. Dubrez Fawcett, John Russell Fearn P. M. Griffin: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America George Griffith, pseudonym of George Chetwynd-Griffith-Jones Nicola Griffith: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America Nicola Griffith Nicola Griffith @ AlphaRalpha e-mail Nicola Griffith e-mail Nicola Griffith old, invalid? Dod Grile, pseudonym of Ambrose Bierce Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm: "Fairy Tales" is published 1812-1815. It took the Brothers Grimm 13 years to collect their imperishable "Kinder- un Hausmarchen" (Children and Household Tales). They went from village to village, from town to town, in the districts of Hesse and hanau which they knew best, and transcribed the folk and fairy tales directly from the lips of the common people. These tales, transmuted by the Grimms' poetic feeling and love of children, included such everlasting favorites as "Hansel and Gretel", "Cinderella", "Little Red Ridinghood", "Snow White", and "Rumpelstiltskin." The principle on which the Grimms worked in collecting their stories was truth and exactness. They added nothing of their own, embellished no incident, but faithfully presented the material as they received it. However, the mode of presentation, the poetic feeling, the details were conspicuously the two collaborators' contribution. The "Fairy Tales" of the Brothers Grimm, like those of Hans Christian Andersen, will remain everlasting literary masterpieces. Carleton Grindle, pseudonym of Gerald W. Page David Grinnell, pseudonym of Donald A. Wollheim Anne Lesley Groell: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America nothing on the Web? e-mail Anne Lesley Groell * Anvil of the Sun (Roc Books) Darryl R. Groupe, pseudonym of David R. Bunch Frederick Philip Grove, pseudonym of Felix Paul Greve Heather Grove: Member of Horror Writers of America, freelance writer, Harvard student, gourmet cook and MIT secretary Heather Grove new link Heather Grove old, obsolete J. W. Groves: * Shellbreak [Paperback Library, 1970] Return to Authors G Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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GUATEMALA H. W. Guernsey, pseudonym of Howard Wandrei Ursula Le Guin [see Authors "L"] Wyman Guin: * Living Way Out [Avon, 1967] * The Standing Joy [Avon, 1970] Martin Gulliver, pseudonym of Norman A. Lazenby Frank C. Gunderloy, Jr.: Active Member, Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Frank C. Gunderloy, Jr. Eileen Gunn: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America, resident in the Pacific Northwest Eileen Gunn@sff.net e-mail Eileen Gunn Imaginary Friends (fiction from the Hugo nominated writer) Fiction by Eileen Gunn includes: * "Fellow Americans" [Isaac Asimov's SF Magazine, December 1991; Alternate Presidents, ed. Mike Resnick & Martin Greenberg, Tor Books, 1992] * "Lichen and Rock" [Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, June 1991] * "Computer Friendly" (Hugo nominee, 1990) [Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, June 1989; The Loch Moose Monster: More Stories from Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, ed. Sheila Williams, Delacorte Press, 1992; Isaac Asimov's Cyberdreams, ed. Gardner Dozois and Sheila Williams Ace Books, 1994; Cyberpunk, ed. Piergiorgio Niccolazzini, Milan:Editrice Nord, 1995] * "Stable Strategies for Middle Management" (Hugo nominee, 1989) [Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, June 1988; The Best Science Fiction of the Year, Sixth Annual Collection, ed. Gardner Dozois. St. Martin's Press, New York, 1989; Univers 1990, ed. Pierre K. Rey, Paris: Editions J'ai Lu, 1990; Isaac Asimov's SF Lite, ed. Gardner Dozois, Ace Books, March 1993; The Norton Book of Science Fiction, ed. Ursula K. Le Guin and Brian Atteber,. W.W. Norton and Company, 1993] * "The Sock Story" [Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, September 1989] * "Spring Conditions" [Tales by Moonlight, ed. Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Robert T. Garcia, Chicago 1983; Tor Books, New York 1985] * "Contact" [Proteus: Voices for the 80's, ed. Richard McEnroe, Ace Books 1981] * "What Are Friends For?" [Amazing Science Fiction, November 1978] Non-fiction by Eileen Gunn includes: * "The Difference Dictionary" [Science Fiction Eye, Winter 1991; addendum to the Japanese edition of "The Difference Engine", by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling. Tokyo, 1991, and now revised for the web and available here: The Difference Dictionary: (a guide to Gibson & Sterling's novel "The Difference Engine") James Edwin Gunn, pseudonym: James Edwin, born Kansas City MO 12 July 1923, son of Jesse Wayne Gunn and Elsie Mae Hutchison; married Jane Frances Anderson 6 Feb 1947, sons Christopher Wayne and Kevin Robert; author: * This Fortress World, 1955 * Star Bridge, 1955 (with Jack Williamson) * Station in Space, 1958 * The Joy Makers, 1961 * The Immortals, 1962 * Future Imperfect, 1964 * The Witching Hour, 1970 * The Immortal, 1970 * The Burning, 1972 * Breaking Point, 1972 * The Listeners, 1972 * Some Dreams Are Nightmares, 1974 * The End of the Dreams, 1975 * Alternate Worlds: The Illustrated History of Science Fiction, 1975 * The Magicians, 1976 * Kampus, 1977 * Isaac Asimov: The Foundations of Science Fiction, 1982?, revised 1996 * The Dreamers, 1982 (Nominated for 1982 Locus Award] * Crisis!, 1986 Edited: * Man and Future, 1968 * Nebula Award Winners Ten, 1975 * The Road to Science Fiction: From Gilgamesh to Wells, 1977 * The Road to Science Fiction: From Wells to Heinlein, 1979 * The Road to Science Fiction: From Heinlein to Here, 1979 * The Road to Science Fiction: From Here to Forever, 1982 * The New Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, 1988 B.S. 1947 University of Kansas; M.A. 1951 University of Kansas; Editor 1951-52 Western Printing Co., Racine WI; Assistant Instructor in English 1955-56, University of Kansas, Lawrence; Instructor in English 1958-70, University of Kansas, Lawrence; Lecturer in English 1970-74, University of Kansas, Lawrence; Professor of English 1974-present, University of Kansas, Lawrence; Alumni Editor 1956-58, University of Kansas, Lawrence; Director of Public Relations 1958-70, University of Kansas, Lawrence; served to Lieutenant (J.G.) U.S. Navy 1943-46, Pacific Theater of Operations; recipient Byron Caldwell Smith Prize 1971; Special Award, World Science Fiction Convention 1976; Hugo Awards 1976, 1983; Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America (President 1971-72), Science Fiction Research Association (Pilgrim Award 1976, President 1980-82), Writers Guild Tom Gunn, house name and pseudonym of Frank Gruber Thorarinn Gunnarsson: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America * Dragon's Domain [Ace, 1993] ISBN 0-441-16665-2, $4.99 (Canada $5.99), paperback e-mail Thorarinn Gunnarsson e-mail Thorarinn Gunnarsson old, invalid? Dr. Gotthard Gunther: science writer specializing in Philiosphical Logic: * "The Logical Parallax" [Astounding, Nov 1953] nonfiction * "Achilles And the Tortoise" (3-Part article) [1954] * "Aristotelian and Non-Aristotelian Logic" [1954] Max Gunther: ISFDB lists: * "The Wrong House" [Analog, Mar 1965] * "Municipal Dump" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1966] Gunter's Magazine, Britian (1906?-1910?): see Magazines McArthur Gunter: SF Poet; ISFDB lists: * "The Dread: A Thermoelectric Duet (for Edgar Allan Poe)" [the fractal, Fall/Winter 1996] Ellen Guon: Fantasy author best known for collaborations with Mercedes Lackey: * the "Bedlam" series: * Freedom Flight (co-author Mercedes Lackey) [Baen, 1992] ISBN 0-671-72145-3, $4.99, paperback * Knight of Ghosts and Shadows (co-author Mercedes Lackey) [Science Fiction Book Club, 1992] $12.98, hardcover [Baen, 1990] ISBN 0-671-69885-0, $3.95, paperback * Summoned to Tourney (co-author Mercedes Lackey) [Science Fiction Book Club, 1992] $12.98, hardcover [Baen, 1992] ISBN 0-671-72122-4, $4.99, paperback * Bedlam's Bard (Omnibus edition)(co-author Mercedes Lackey) [Science Fiction Book Club, 1992] $12.98, hardcover * Bedlam Boyz [Baen, 1993] solo novel, ISBN 0-671-72177-1, $4.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Looking Forward: Excerpt from Freedom Flight" [Amazing, Nov 1992] * "Shahrezad" [Sisters in Fantasy 2, eds. Susan Shwartz and Martin H. Greenberg, ROC, 1996] ISBN 0-451-45503-7, $5.99 ($6.99 Canada), paperback Preeti Gupta: Member of Horror Writers of America Preeti Gupta Paula Guran: Member of Horror Writers of America Paula Guran (a.k.a. "Dark Echo") David Gurney, pseudonym of Patrick Bair Jim Gurney, a.k.a. James Gurney: Major SF/Fantasy artist/illustrator James Gurney ISFDB * Winner, 1991, 1992, 1995 Chesley Awards: Best Professional Artist * Winner, 1987, 1988, 1993 Chesley Awards: Best Original Artwork * Winner, 1993 and 1996 Hugo Awards * Winner, 1993 Locus Poll Award * Winner, 1993 World Fantasy Award John Gurney, full name John Steven Gurney: Fantasy illustrator John Steven Gurney ISFDB Michael Gust: ISFDB lists: * "Where the Pavement Ends, the West Begins" [Aberrations, No. 7, 1992] * "Promise Me Anything" [Deathrealm, Spring 1994] * "Siena Blue" [Deathrealm, Summer 1995] * "A Belly Full of Stars" [Full Spectrum 5, eds. Jennifer Hershey, Tom Dupree, Janna Silverstein, Bantam Spectra, 1995] ISBN 0-553-37400-1, $14.95, trade paperback Dale Gustafson: SF illustrator Dale Gustafson ISFDB Jon M. Gustafson (1945-): Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Non-Fiction: * Chroma: The Art of Alex Schomburg [1986] * SFWA Handbook [Science Fiction Writers of America, 1995] * "The Gimlet Eye Returns" column on science fiction/Fantasy art [1988-1993] Henry Guth: ISFDB lists: * "Earthbound" [Planet Stories, Winter 1947] * "Planet in Reverse" [Planet Stories, Spring 1948] * "Signal Red" [Planet Stories, Fall 1949] George Guthridge: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America no known home page Novels: * Child of the Light (co-author Janet Berliner as "Janet Gluckman") [St. Martin's, 1992] ISBN 0-312-06317-2, $22.95, hardcover [White Wolf, 1996] ISBN 1-56504-931-4, $5.99, paperback I highly recommend the trilogy beginning with novel, based on a little-known aspect of the Holocaust, meticulously researched and fascinatingly portrayed with powerful emotional and historical resonance * Child of the Journey (co-author Janet Berliner) [White Wolf, 1996] ISBN 1-56504-942-X, $5.99, paperback * Children of the Dusk (co-author Janet Berliner) [White Wolf, 1997] ISBN 1-56504-932-2, $5.99, paperback * The Bloodletter [Northwest Publishing, 1996] ISBN 1-56901-483-3, $7.95, trade Short Fiction: * "Dolls' Demise" [Analog, July 1976] * "The Exiled, the Hunted" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1977] * "Memory's Noose" [Wet Visions: The Rainthology, ed. Cyn Mason, Hypatia, 1988] ISBN 0-940841-16-9, hardcover * "Evolutions " [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1983] * "The Snow Coil" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1986] co-author Meredith Guthridge * "Philatelist" [Analog, Feb1986] * "Exhibition" [Amazing, Nov 1988] * "The Macaw" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1993] * "The Tower" [Amazing, Fall 1994] * "Muuki, A Children's Story" [Tales from the Great Turtle, eds. Piers Anthony and Richard Gilliam, Tor, 1994] ISBN 0-312-85628-8, $22.95, hardcover ISBN 0-312-85628-8, $5.99, paperback * "Fantsilotra" [100 Vicious Little Vampire Stories, eds. Stefan Dziemianowicz Robert Weinberg, Martin H.Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1995] ISBN 1-56619-558-6, $7.98, hardcover * "Mirror of Lop Nor" [Peter S. Beagle's Immortal Unicorn, eds. Peter S. Beagle, Janet Berliner, Martin H. Greenberg, HarperPrism, 1995] ISBN 0-06-105224-8, $25.0, hardcover Highly recommended story interweaving eskimo hunting of narwhal, and Mongol hunting of unicorn, and magic and time travel * "Inyanga" [100 Wicked Little Witch Stories, eds. Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg, Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1995] ISBN 1-56619-762-7, $7.98, hardcover ISBN 0-7607-0208-X, trade paperback * "Notes Toward a Rumpled Stillskin" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1997] Nonfiction: * "Eskimos Solve the Future" [Analog, Apr 1986] Marcia Guthridge: ISFDB lists: * "Henry V, Part 2" [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 ISBN 0-312-14450-4, $17.95, trade paperback Meredith Guthridge: wife of George Guthridge * "The Snow Coil" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1986] co-author George Guthridge Alan Guthrie, pseudonym of E. C. Tubb John Guthrie, pseudonym of John Brodie Mark Guthrie: ISFDB lists: * "These Bones for Hire" [Amazing, July 1955] Allan (or Alan) Gutierrez: Fantasy illustrator Allan (or Alan) Gutierrez ISFDB Sean Gutierrez: Fantasy illustrator Sean Gutierrez ISFDB W. E. Gutman: ISFDB lists: * "Vampire State" [Omni, Nov 1991] Elyse Guttenberg: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Novels: * Sunder, Eclipse, & Seed [Penguin/Roc, 1990] ISBN 0-451-45046-9, $4.95, paperback * Summer Light [HarperPrism, 1995] ISBN 0-06-105425-9, $5.99, paperback * Daughter of the Shaman [HarperPrism, 1997] ISBN 0-06-105474-7, $5.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Selena's Song" (as E. Guttenberg) [Spaceships & Spells, eds. Jane Yolen, Martin H. Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh, Harper and Row, 1987] ISBN 0-06-026796-8, $12.95, hardcover * "The Root of Magic" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Winter 1990] Elyse Guttenberg: Index to at least 2 publications e-mail Elyse Guttenberg e-mail Elyse Guttenberg old, invalid? Jennifer Guttridge: ISFDB lists: * "The Winged Dreamers" [Star Trek: The New Voyages, eds. Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath, Bantam Books, 1976] $1.75, paperback * "In the Maze" [Star Trek: The New Voyages 2eds. Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath, Bantam Books, 1978] ISBN 0-553-11392-5, $1.95, paperback Len Guttridge: ISFDB lists: * "Aunt Millicent at the Races" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Apr 1965] * "A Quest For Uplift" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, June 1966] * "The Most Wonderful News" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Jan 1966] Lindsay Gutterage: * Cold War in a Country Garden [Putnam, 1971; Pocket] * Killer Pine [Putnam, 1973; Berkley] A. R. Guynn: ISFDB lists: * "Child's Play" [Vertex, Dec 1974] Dan Guynn, Jr.: ISFDB lists: * "Hillbilly Charm" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Winter 1997] Vlad Guzner: Fantasy illustrator Vlad Guzner ISFDB Return to Authors G Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Omar Gwinn, pseudonym of Alan Blake Fred Gwynne, under-rated film and television actor, died 1993 at age 66; best known to science fiction audiences for his roles in "Car 54, Where Are You?" and as the loveable Frankenstein-monster-father in "The Munsters"; Go to Ultimate Television Science Fiction Web Guide Return to Authors G Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Gary Gygax: credited with creation of "Dungeons and Dragons" which popularized Role Playing Games, and launched TSR Hobbies, Inc., to market it and other RPGs; Books: * Dance of Deamons [New Infinities, 1988] ISBN 0-425-11342-6, $3.95, paperback * Night Arrant [New Infinites, 1987] story collection, co-author Pamela O'Neill, ISBN 0-441-29863-X, $3.95 Short Fiction: * "The Weird Occurrence in Odd Alley" [Night Arrant, 1987] * "Twistbuck's Game" [Night Arrant, 1987] * "A Revel in Rel Morde" [Night Arrant, 1987] * "Love Laughs at Locks" [Night Arrant, 1987] * "The House in the Tree" [Night Arrant, 1987] * "The Heart of Darkness" [Night Arrant, 1987] * "The Five Dragon Bowl" [Night Arrant, 1987] * "Cats Versus Rats" [Night Arrant, 1987] * "Cat or Pigeon?" [Night Arrant, 1987] * "Pay Tribute to the Fleet" [The Fleet, eds. David Drake and Bill Fawcett, Ace, 1988] ISBN 0-441-24086-0, $3.50, paperback * "Celebration of Celene" [Michael Moorcock's Elric: Tales of the White Wolf, eds. Edward E. Kramer and Richard Gilliam, White Wolf, 1994] ISBN 1-56504-175-5, $19.99, hardcover ISBN 1-56504-174-7, $5.99, paperback * "Duty" [Excalibur, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, Warner Aspect, 1995] ISBN 0-446-67084-7, $14.99, trade paperback * "Get on Board the D Train" [Dante's Disciples, eds. Peter Crowther and Edward E. Kramer, White Wolf, 1996] ISBN 1-56504-907-1, $14.99, trade paperback * "Evening Odds" [The Pawns of Chaos, ed. Edward E. Kramer, White Wolf, 1996] ISBN 1-56504-933-0, $14.99, trade paperback Gordon A. Gyles: ISFDB lists: * "A Glimpse of Mary" [Signs and Wonders, ed. Roger Elwood, Fleming H. Revell, 1972] ISBN 0-8007-0521-1, hardcover Ann Marston Gyoba, contemporary Canadian science fiction author: Ann Marston Gyoba homepage e-mail Ann Marston Gyoba Ann Marston Gyoba's son, Dan Gyoba e-mail Dan Gyoba of the company Abstract Consulting e-mailed me on 7 Mar 1997 to note that Ann Marston Gyoba has an alternate e-mail e-mail Ann Marston Gyoba and the homepage hotlinked above


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