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Catlyn H.: Fantasy poet; Locus/Contento lists: * "Southern Uncomfort" [Xizquil, Apr 1991] Poetry I. H.: Locus/Contento lists: * "A Blazing Starre Seene in the West" [14 Nov 1642; Isaac Asimov's Wonderful World of Science Fiction #4:Comets, ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenbeerg, Charles G. Waugh, NAL/Signet, 1986] co-author Jonas Wright Beverly Haaf, full name Beverly Terhune Haaf (1936-): Locus/Contento lists: * The Chanting [Popular Library Questar, Jan 1991] ghosts Inez Grool Haanderman: reclusive Welsh/Chilean author of sardonic horror, including "The Blunderghost" (London: G. Bles, 1937) and "The Great Sargasso Serpent" (London: M. Joseph, 1964) Dorothy Haas: Locus/Contento lists: * The Secret Life of Dilly McBean [Macmillan/Bradbury, Sep 1986] Juvenile Heinz Haber (1913-?) scientist/author from Germany, resident in America, as astronomer/physicist for the U.S. Air Force, wrote first book on space physiology -- "Men in Space" (Indianaoplis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1953) and "Stars, Men and Atoms" (New York: Washington Square, 1966) Karen Haber, full name Karen Lee Haber Silverberg (1955-): Science Fiction novelist, wife of Robert Silverberg; Novels: * the "Mutant" series: * The Mutant Season [Doubleday Foundation, 1989] co-author Robert Silverberg * The Mutant Prime [Doubleday Foundation, 1990] co-author Robert Silverberg * The Mutant Star [Bantam Spectra, Feb 1992] Paperback ISBN 0-553-29492-X * Sister Blood [Daw Books, Aug 1996] Mass Market Paperback ISBN 0-886-77708-9 * The War Minstrels [Daw Books, Nov 1995] Mass Market Paperback ISBN 0-886-77669-4 * Woman Without a Shadow [Daw Books, Mar 1995] Mass Market Paperback ISBN:0-886-77627-9 Anthologies Edited: * Universe 1 [] co-anthologist Robert Silverberg * Universe 2 [] co-anthologist Robert Silverberg * Universe 3 [] co-anthologist Robert Silverberg Gus N. Habergock, anagrammatic pseudonym of Hugo Gernsback Jean Hackensmith: small publishing house in Superior, WI has a new Science Fiction release, entitled "S-4", written by Jean Hackensmith. Details (and instructions for ordering) in our next update. J. K. Haderack: Locus/Contento lists: * Mercer's Whore [Ripping Publishing, Sep 1997] Fantasy Hades: god of the underworld, whom the Romans called Dis or Pluto; see Orpheus John Hadfield, British Fantasy/Horror anthologist Robert L. Hadfield, British nonfiction ghost bibliographer Arthur T. Hadley, author/journalist/military expert, Newsweek White House correspondent, grandson of president of Yale University, pre-cyberpunk bestseller novel "The Joy Wagon" [New York: Viking, 1956? 1960?; Berkley] about a computer running for President of the United States Franklin T. Hadley, American space-opera novel "Planet Big Zero", 1964; pseudonym of Russell R. Winterbotham Janet S. Haffley: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; no known home page Mark Rein-Hagen @ Dragon*Con co-founder of White Wolf, created "The World of Darkness", author of "Vampire: the Masquerade" David Hagberg, full name David James hagberg (1942-): Locus/Contento lists: * Last Come the Children [Tor, 1982; 1987] Horror H. Rider Haggard, full name Sir Henry Rider Haggard (22 Jun 1856-14 May 1925): British barrister/author; spent childhood in South Africa; 1875-1881 Served in Colonial Service; 1912 knighted; published almost 80 books, of which "She" and "King Solomon's Mines" are best known, considered the leader of the subgenre of LOST LANDS/LOST RACE; also creatred the Allan Quatermain character who appeared in several British films {hotlinks to be added} must be something on the Web -- to be done. Genre books include: * She [Lovell, 1887; Dell, 1949; Lancer; Pyramid] * Ayesha: the Return of She [Doubleday, 1905; Lancer; Newcastle] * She & the Return of She [Lancer, 1972] 2 novels in one volume * She and Allan Quarterman [Newcastle, 1975] 2 novels in one volume * Allan Quartermain [Harper, 1887; Royal Giant, 1953; Ballentine Books] * People of the Mist [Longmans, 1894; Ballentine Books] * Cleopatra [Longmans, 1927; Pocket, 1963] * Heart of the World [Newcastle, 1976] * King Solomon's Mines [Lovell, 1886; Dell; Royal Giant; Ballentine Books] * The Saga of Eric Brighteyes [Newcastle, 1974] * When the World Shook [Ballentine Books, 1978] * Wisdom's Daughter [Ballentine Books, 1978] * The World's Desire (co-author Andrew Lang) [Harper, 1890; Ballantine Books Adult Fantasy, 1972] J. Harvey Haggard (30 Nov 1913-?), American author of over 20 SF short stories Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America William Haggard, pseudonym of Richard Clayton G. M. Hague: Locus/Contento lists: * Ghost Beyond Earth [Pan Australia, Oct 1993] Mary Downing Hahn (1937-): Young Adult Supernatural fiction author: * Time of the Witch [Avon Camelot, 1982] * Wait Till Helen Comes [Avon Camelot, 1986] * The Doll in the Garden [Houghton Mifflin/Clarion, 1989] TIME TRAVEL * Time for Andrew: A Ghost Story [Clarion, 1994] * Look for Me by Moonlight [Houghton Mifflin/Clarion, 1995] Vampires (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.446) Steve Hahn: * Mindwipe [Laser, 1976] Isidore Haiblum (1935-): Science Fiction and Mystery novelist * the "Happy City" series: * Interworld [Dell, 1977] * Spectreworld [Dell, 1977; Avon, 1991] * Crystalworld [AvoNova, Feb 1992] * The Hand of Ganz [NAL/Signet, Jan 1985] * The Mutants are Coming [Doubleday, Apr 1984] Mystery/SF * Out of Sync [Ballantine Del Rey, Aug 1990] Mystery/SF * The Return [Dell, 1973] * Transfer to Yesterday [Ballentine Books, 1973] * The Tsaddik of the Seven Wonders [Ballentine Books, 1971] * The Wilk are Among Us [Doubleday, 1975] Short Fiction: * {to be done} Andrew Haigh: short fiction author and anthologist: Locus/Contento lists: Anthologies Edited: * Scaremongers [Tanjen, Sep 1997] Horror Richard Haigh: pseudonym of Laurence James: Locus/Contento lists: * The City [Grafton, July 1986] Sheila Haigh: Locus/Contento lists: * Watch for the Ghost [Magnet, July 1986] juvenile Arthur Hailey (5 Aug 1920-) Major author in Canada, whose science fiction includes "In High Places" (New York: Doubleday, 1962) about a NAFTA-like military merger Johanna Hailey: pseudonym of Sharon Jarvis and Marcia Yvonne Howl: Locus/Contento lists: * Crystal Paradise [Zebra, Sep 1986] Romance/Fantasy, ISBN 0-8217-1894-0 . * Enchanted Paradise [Zebra, Oct 1985] Romance/Fantasy, ISBN 0-8217-1672-3 Peter [Alexander] Haining (2 Apr 1940-) British anthologist/editor: Books Written: * Devil Worship in Britain [1964] co-author A. V. Sellwood, nonfiction * Witchcraft and Black Magic [1971] nonfiction * The Anatomy of Witchcraft [1972] nonfiction * The Warlock's Book [1972] nonfiction * The Witchcraft Papers [1974] * Ghosts: the Illustrated History [1974] nonfiction * An Illustrated History of Witchcraft [1975] * Ancient Mysteries [1977] nonfiction * The Legand and Bizarre Crimes of Spring-Heeled Jack [1977] nonfiction * The Mystery and Terrible Murders of Sweeny Todd [1977] nonfiction * The Sherlock Holmes Compendium [1980] nonfiction * The Leprachaun's Kingdom [1980] nonfiction * A Dictionary of Ghosts [1981] nonfiction * The Scarecrow: Fact and Fable [1988] nonfiction * many more {to be done} Anthologies Edited: * The Hell of Mirrrors [1965] Horror * The Gentlewomen of Evil [1967] * The Clans of Darkness [1971; US: as "Scottish Stories of Fantasy and Horror", 1988] * Gothic Tales of Terror [1972] * The Magician: Occult Stories [1972] * The Dream Machines [1972] balloons * The Monster Makers [1974] biographical * The Magic Valley Travellers [1974] * The Ancient Mysteries Reader [1975] * The Fantastic Pulps [1975] * The Hashish Club #1: Founding the Modern Tradition [1975] * The Hashish Club #2: The Psychedelic Era [1975] * The Ghost's Companion [1975] * Greasepaint and Ghosts [1982] theatre-related * Christmas Spirits [1983] * Ghost Tour [1984] * The Ghost Ship [1985] * Supernatural Sleuths [1986] * Tales of Dungeons and Dragons [1986] * The Ghost Now Standing on Platform One [1990] * Great Irish Stories of the Supernatural [1992] * Great Irish Stories of the Unimaginable [1994] * The Vampire Omnibus [1995] * many more {to be done} Lin Haire-Sargeant: Locus/Contento lists: * H: The Story of Heathcliff's Journey Back to Wuthering Heights [Pocket, July 1992] Gothic, sequel to Emily Bronte, ISBN 0-671-77700-9 Nina Jana Hajda (1933-): also writes under pseudonym Nina Mandelik according to Locus/Contento D[aniel] S[tephen] Halacy, Jr. (1919-?) American teacher/technical writer/author of "Rocket Rescue" (New York: W.W.Norton, 1968) which mixes space travel and telepathic twins (like Heinlein) Ann Halam: pseudonym for Young-Adult Fantasy of Gwyneth Jones (1952-): Locus/Contento lists: * The Daymaker [Franklin Watts Orchard, May 1987] ISBN 1-85213-019-9 * Dinosaur Junction [Orchard, July 1992] ISBN 1-85213-369-4 * The Fear Man [Orion, Oct 1995] ISBN 1-85881-158-9 * The Haunting of Jessica Raven [Orion, July 1994] ISBN 1-85881-050-7 * King Death's Garden [Orchard, Aug 1986] ISBN 1-85213-003-2 * The Powerhouse [Orion/Dolphin, June 1997] ISBN 1-85881-379-4 * The Skybreaker [Orchard, June 1990] ISBN 1-85213-201-9 * Transformations [Franklin Watts/Orchard, Aug 1988] ISBN 1-85213-119-5 Charlotte [Franken] Haldane (1894 or 1898-1969) British politican/journalist/author of * Man's World [1926] utopian fantasy * Melusine, or Devil Take Her! [1936] * Shadow of a Dream [1952] Gina Haldane: Gina Haldane * writes for "Gothic Journal" * Researches films * author of "It Must Have Been Lightning -- A Romantic Comedy with a Paranormal Twist" * Sisters Gina & Dara Haldane most recently published a series of articles called "The Shiver Screen" Jack C. Haldeman II, full name Jack Carroll Haldeman II (1941-): Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Jack C. Haldeman II @ AlphaRalpha Science Fiction Books: * Bill, the Galactic Hero on the Planet of the Zombie Vampires (co-author Harry Harrison) * The Fall of Winter [Baen, Mar 1985] ISBN 0-671-55947-8 * High Steel, co-author Jack Dann [Tor Books, July 1993] Hardcover ISBN:0-312-93163-8 [Tor Books, June 1994] Paperback ISBN:0-812-51433-5 * Star Trek: Perry's Planet [Bantam Books, March 1996] Mass Market Paperback ISBN:0-553-24193-1 * There Is No Darkness, co-author Joe Haldeman [1983] * Vector Analysis [Ace Books, March 1984] paperback ISBN:0-441-86071-0 Short Fiction: * "Last Rocket from Newark" * "Line Item Veto on a Dead Grant" [Amazing, Oct 1991] * "Longshot" [Davis, 1978] * "Monkey Wrench" [Amazing, Jan 1983] * "On the Rebound" [Amazing, March 1983] * "Sand Castles" [Alternities, ed. David Gerrold, 1974] * "Short Count in Chicago" (c) 1992 by Jack C. Haldeman II 1992 [Alternate Kennedys, ed. Mike Resnick, 1992] * "Thunder Being" Joe Haldeman, full name Joe William Haldeman: Joe Haldeman Hugo Awards 1976, 77, 91, 95 Locus Poll Award 1976 Nebula Awards 1975, 90, 93 World Fantasy Award 1993 HOMer Award 1994 SF Chronicle Award 1995 Joe Haldeman@sff.net Joe [William] Haldeman, born Oklahoma City 9 Jun 1943, son of Jack Carroll Haldeman and Lorena Spivey, married Mary Gay Potter 21 Aug 1965, author: * War Year [Holt, 1972] * Cosmic Laughter, 1974 * The Forever War [St.Martins, 1975; Science Fiction Book Club; Ballentine Books] * Mindbridge [St.Martins, 1976; Science Fiction Book Club; Ballentine Books] * Planet of Judgment, 1977 * All My Sins Remembered, 1977 * Study War No More, 1977 * Infinite Dreams, 1978 * Worlds Without End, 1979 * Worlds, 1981 (with brother Jack C. Haldeman II) * There Is No Darkness, 1983 * Worlds Apart, 1983 * Tool of the Trade, 1987 * Buying Time [William Morrow, June 1989] IMMORTALITY ISBN 0-688-07244-5, a.k.a. "The Long Habit of Living" * The Hemingway Hoax [Morrow, Jun 1990] TIME TRAVEL 0-688-09024-9 * More Than the Sum of His Parts [Pulphouse (Short Story Paperback), May 1991] ISBN 1-56146-514-3 * 1968 [London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1994; Morrow, 1995] SF/Vietnam Autobiographical, highly recommended * Forever Peace [Ace , Oct 1997] ISBN 0-441-00406-7, sequel to The Forever War * also the "Attar the Merman" series * some "Star Trek" novels: * Planet of Judgement [Bantam, 1977] * Star Trek: World Without End [Bantam, 1979; June 1993] Anthologies and Collections Edited: * Nebula Awards 17 [Holt, 1983] * Dealing in Futures [Viking, 1985] 11 stories + 3 poems * Body Armor: 2000 (co-anthologists Martin H. Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh) [Ace, Apr 1986] 11 Military/SF stories, ISBN 0-441-06976-2 * Space-Fighters (co-anthologists Martin H. Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh) [Ace, Apr 1988] 15 stories, ISBN 0-441-77786-4 * Supertanks (co-anthologists Martin H. Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh) [Ace, Apr 1987] 10 stories, ISBN 0-441-79106-9 * Vietnam and Other Alien Worlds [NESFA Press, Feb 1993] ISBN 0-915368-52-8 4 stories + 5 essays + 4 poems + long intro * None So Blind [Morrow AvoNova, May 1996] ISBN 0-688-14779-8 Collection of 11 stories + poems * Saul's Death & Other Poems [Anamnesis Press, June 1997] ISBN 0-9631203-4-4 $10.95, 77pp, trade paperback, cover artists: Toni Luna Montealegre, SF/Fantasy Poetry collection (32 poems) B.S. 1967 in Physics and Astronomy, University of Maryland; MFA in English 1975 University of Iowa; Associate Professor of Writing Program 1983-87, M.I.T.; served with U.S. Army 1967-69, decorated Purple Heart; recipient Hugo Award 1976, 1977; Nebula Award 1975; Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America, Authors Guild, Poets & Writers Inc. Joe Haldeman: Index to at least 90 publications Laurie Haldeman: Locus/Contento lists: * Travel Without the Tardis (co-author Jean Airey) Linda Haldeman, full name Linda Wilson Haldeman (1935-1988): * The Lasthorn of Elfinwood [1978] Merlin today * Star of the Sea [1978] * Eshae: A Winter's Tale [1981] Angel vs. Demon (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.447) Andrew Hale (1939-): Locus/Contento lists: * 2020: Vision of the Future [Ada Press, Oct 1987] Edward Everett Hale (3 Apr 1822-10 Jun 1909) American clergyman/editor/ author best known today for the story (which has been filmed, htlink to be done) of "The Man Without a Country" (1863) better known in SF circles for an early alternate history story "Hands Off" (reprinted in F&SF, Feb 1952) and am amazingly prescient story "The Brick Moon" (Atlantic Monthly, Oct 1869) which is the first fiction about an artificial satellite or space station, which happens to be made of ceramics (like the tiles on the Space Shuttle) F. J. Hale: Fantasy pseudonym of SF author ???; Locus/Contento lists: * After the Spell Wars, Book 1: Ogre Castle [Pageant, Sep 1988] ISBN 0-517-00648-0 * After the Spell Wars: Book 2: In the Sea Nymph's Lair [Pageant, Mar 1989] ISBN 0-517-00935-8 James Hale: British anthologist: * The Ghost Book [1977-1981] series (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.447) Michael Hale: Locus/Contento lists: * The Other Child [Avon, Oct 1986] Artificial Intelligence/Horror ISBN 0-380-89950-7 Phil Hale: SF/Computer Artist: Locus/Contento lists: * Double Memory [Donald M. Grant, Dec 1992] (co-author Rick Berry) ISBN 1-880418-05-3 James L. Haley, full name James Lewis Haley (1951-): Locus/Contento lists: * The Lions of Tsavo [Bantam, Nov 1989] 0-553-28025-2 Wendy Haley: Gothic author; Locus/Contento lists: * This Dark Paradise [Diamond, Apr 1994] Vampires, ISBN 0-7865-0000-X * These Fallen Angels [Headline, Dec 1994] Vampires, ISBN 0-7472-1109-4 Halfling: (1) hybrid of human and elf or other supernatural being; (2) Hobbit, in works of J. R. R. Tolkien Teresa Halikowska: Locus/Contento lists: * The Eagle and the Crow: Modern Polish Short Stories (co-editor George Hyde) [Serpent's Tail, Nov 1996] 20 stories of which about 1/4 are Fantasy/Science Fiction ISBN 1-85242-356-0 POLAND Edward Halibut, pseudonym of Richard Wilson M. Y. Halidom, multiple author pseudonym of weird stories in early 20th century British fiction, a.k.a. Dryasdust: * Tales of the Wonder Club [1899-1900] 3 vols as Dryasdust * The Gipsy Queen [1903] * The Wizard's Mantle [1902] INVISIBILITY * The Spirit Lovers and Other Tales [1903] Horror * A Weird Transformation [1904] Horror * The Woman in Black [1906] Horror * Zoe's Revenge [1908] Horror, see Doll * The Poet's Curse [1911] Horror, Shakespeare * The Posion Ring [1912] Horror (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.447) [Lord] Charles L[indley] W[ood] Halifax, Second Viscount Halifax (7 Jun 1839-19 Jan 1934) author of numerous ghost stories. One of the few SF/Fantasy authors born into wealth and power and not literarily crippled by it, along with Lord Dunsany and Lary Niven. John Halkin (1927-): Locus/Contento lists: * the "Fleshcreepers" juvenile Horror series: * Slime [Hamlyn, 1984] Jellyfish, ISBN 0-09-933840-8 [Critic's Choice, Aug 1986] ISBN 0-931773-74-1 * Slither [Critic's Choice, Mar 1986] ISBN 0-931773-63-6 * Squelch [Hamlyn, Oct 1985] ISBN 0-09-937580-X [Critic's Choice, Nov 1986] caterpillars, ISBN * Bloodworm [Arrow, Aug 1987] ISBN 0-09-944880-7 * Fangs of the Werewolf [Century, Nov 1987] ISBN 0-09-173488-6 Angus Hall (1932-): Horror author; Locus/Contento lists: * The Scars of Dracula [Sphere, 1971; Severn House, Mar '87] ISBN 0-7278-1382-X Austin Hall, full name Austin Javen Hall (1880? or 1883-1933): journalist/opera worker/author of Westerns and SF such as: * The Blind Spot (with Homer Eon Flint) [Prime, 1951; Ace; Greenhill, May 1987] 0-947898-57-3 remarkable alternate-universe adventure * Into the Infinite [???] * People of the Comet [Griffin, 1948] * The Spot of Life [Ace, 1964] Cameron Hall, pseudonym of Lester del Rey, Harry Harrison D. W. Hall (see co-author H. Bates) Frances Hall, full name Frances Tebbetts Hall (1914-): see Piers Anthony * Pretender (co-author Piers Anthony) (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.447) and Locus/Contento Hal W. Hall, full name Halbert Weldon Hall (1941-): Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction * {to be done} Nonfiction Reference Book Series Order from Hal W. Hall, 3608 Meadow Oaks Ln., Bryan TX 77802: * Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review Index Volume 16 [1985] [SFBRI, Oct 1988] ISBN 0-935064-20-6 * Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review Index Volume 17 [1986] * Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review Index Volume 18 [1987] * Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review Index Volume 19 [1988] * Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review Index Volume 20 [1989] [Borgo Press, Oct 1993] ISBN 0-8095-6804-7 * Science Fiction and Fantasy Reference Index, 1878-1985 [Gale, Apr 1987] ISBN 0-8103-2129-7 [May '87], $175.00/set, 1460pp [2 vols], hardcover definitive index/data base of articles about science fiction (16,000 citations by author in vol.1 + 27,000 citations by subject in vol.2 * Science Fiction and Fantasy Reference Index: 1978-1984 * Science Fiction and Fantasy Reference Index: 1985-1991 [Libraries Unlimited, Jul 1993] ISBN 1-56308-113-X, $90.00, 677pp, hardcover index to critical and historical articles on Science Fiction/Fantasy, indexed by author and subject; [Available from Libraries Unlimited, PO Box 6633, Englewood CO 80155-6633] * The Work of Chad Oliver [Borgo Press, Oct 1989] ISBN 0-89370-491-1 Annotated primary and secondary bibliography James Hall, pseudonym of Henry Kuttner John Ryder Hall, pseudonym of William Rotsler Karen Hall: Horror author; Locus/Contento lists: * Dark Debts [1996; Ballantine/Ivy, June, 1997] ISBN 0-8041-1655-5 Lynn Hall (1937-): Children's fantasist/humor author; Locus/Contento lists: * Dagmar Schultz and the Angel Edna [Macmillan Scribners, Sep 1989] ISBN 0-684-19097-4 Manley P[almer] Hall, fantasy/weird author Melissa Mia Hall: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Anthologies Edited: * Wild Women [Carroll & Graf, June 1997] ISBN 0-7867-0415-2 Rodney B. Hall (1935-): author of AUSTRALIA; see Dreamtime * Kisses of the Enemy [Faber, Jan 1989] ISBN 0-571-15091-8 near future comic thriller of Australian revolution (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.447) and Locus/Contento Sandi Hall (1942-): Locus/Contento lists: * The Godmothers [US: Women's Press, 1982; Sep 1984] ISBN 0-7043-3888-2 $6.95, 183pp, trade paperback FEMINIST * the "Cosmic Botanists" series: * Wingwomen of Hera [Spinsters/Aunt Lute, May 1987] ISBN 0-933216-26-2 $8.95, 180pp, trade paperback FEMINIST Sharon K. Hall: Locus/Contento lists: Nonfiction Reference Edited: * Contemporary Literary Criticism Yearbook 1985 [Gale, Oct 1986] ISBN 0-8103-4413-0, 723pp, hardcover Steve Hall, Science Fantasy author T[revor] H[enry] Hall, British ghost nonfiction author Willis Hall (1929-): Locus/Contento lists: * the "The Antelope Company" young-adult Fantasy series: * The Antelope Company At Large [Bodley Head, 1987] * The Antelope Company Ashore [Bodley Head, 1987] [Samuel Behoni] Atlantis Hallam, American author, 5 stories in "Spaceways" David Hallamshire: apparently a pseudonym for David Fleming "David Hallamshire" home page Locus/Contento lists: * The Alien's Dictionary [Headline, July 1989] ISBN 0-7472-3249-0 SF/parody dictionary J[oseph] Louis Halle (17 Nov 1917-?) American professor/historian/author, with a utopian novel "Sedge" (New York: Praeger, 1963) Brett Halliday, pseudonym of David Dresser Michael Halliday, pseudonym of John Creasey Leslie Halliwell (1929-1989): Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * The Dead That Walk [London: Grafton, Nov 1986] ISBN 0-246-12834-8 [US: Continuum, Jul '88] ISBN 0-8044-2300-8, $18.95, 261pp, hardcover Nonfiction about horror films + unpublished scripts + illustrations * A Demon Close Behind [Robert Hale, Apr 1987] ISBN 0-7090-2932-2 ghost story collection * A Demon on the Stair [Robert Hale, Jan 1988] ISBN 0-7090-3181-5 ghost story collection * The Ghost of Sherlock Holmes: Seventeen Supernatural Stories [Granada/Academy Chicago, Oct '84] ISBN 0-586-05995-4 ghost story collection * Return to Shangri-La [London: Grafton, Dec 1987] ISBN 0-586-07081-8 [Severn House, July 1988] ISBN 0-7278-1633-0 Fantasy Halloween, a.k.a. Hallowe'en, a.k.a. All Hallow's Eve; pagan festival of day during which passage from Death to Life and vice versa is open, see Portal; Ray Bradbury told me that this was his favorite day of the year Hallucination: false Perception of something which is not, as opposed to Illusion whch is a partial perception of something that is but ought not to be; see Perception, Illusion, Reality Grace Hallworth: Locus/Contento lists: * Mouth Open, Story Jump Out [Methuen, 1984; Magnet, Dec 1987] ISBN 0-416-07542-8 supernatural stories retold from folktales of Trinidad James L. Halperin: Locus/Contento lists: * The Truth Machine [Ivy Press, Sep 1996] ISBN 0-9651041-0-9 $19.95, 330pp, hardcover, SF/thriller about genuine lie detector [Available from Ivy Press, 100 Highland Park Village, Suite 2000, Dallas TX 75205] Marjorie Stela Agosin Halpern: see Marjorie Agosin Bob Ham: Locus/Contento lists: * the "Overload" series of post-holocaust military SF novels * Overload Book 3: Highway Warriors [Bantam, Sep 1989] * Overload Book 4: Tennessee Terror [Bantam, Nov 1989] * Overload #5: Atlanta Burn [Bantam, Feb 1990] * Overload #6: Nebraska Nightmare [Bantam, Apr 1990] * Overload #7: Rolling Vengeance [Bantam, Oct 1990] * Overload # 8: Ozark Payback [Bantam, Dec 1990] * Overload # 9: Huntsville Horror [Bantam Falcon, Feb 1991] * Overload #10: Michigan Madness [Bantam Falcon, Apr 1991] * Overload #11: Alabama Bloodbath [Bantam Falcon, Jun 1991] * Overload #12: Vegas Gamble [Bantam Falcon, Oct 1991] Barbara Hambly, full name Barbara Joan Hambly (1951-): Barbara Hambly @ AlphaRalpha Locus Readers Poll Award: 1989 SFFWA ex-President, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Mystery author also Barbara Hambly @ Dragon*Con Books Written: * the "Darwath" trilogy: * The Time of the Dark [Del Rey, 1982; Ballantine Del Rey, Aug 1997] * The Walls of Air [Del Rey, 1982] * The Armies of Daylight [1983] * Beauty and the Beast [Avon, Oct 1989; Unwin May 1990] TV spinoff * Bride of the Rat God [Ballantine Del Rey, Dec 1994] 1920s Hollywood satire Sample chapter * Crossroad (Star Trek #71) [Pocket, Sep 1994] * The Dark Hand of Magic [Del Rey, May 1990; Unwin] * the "Darkmage" series (magic meets software): * The Silent Tower [Del Rey, 1986] * The Silicon Mage [Del Rey, 1988] * Darkmage [Science Fiction Book Club, Apor 1988] omnibus edition * Dragonsbane [Del Rey, 1985; Unwin/Unicorn, Apr 1986] * A Free Man of Color [Bantam, July 1997] Mystery/Historical * Star Trek: Ghost-Walker (Star Trek #53) [Pocket Books, Feb 1991] * Immortal Blood [Unwin, Nov 1988] Vampire/Detective (British release of "Those Who Hunt the Night") * Ishmael (Star Trek #38) [Pocket, 1985; Firecrest, July 1987] * The Ladies of Mandrigyn [Del Rey, 1984; Unwin/Unicorn Oct 1986] * Mother of Winter [Ballantine Del Rey, 1996] * Search the Seven Hills [St.Martin's, 1983 as "The Quirinal Hill Affair"; Ballantine, Nov 1987] Mystery/Historical set in Caesar's Rome * The Silent Tower [Del Rey, 1986; Unwin, July 1987] * Star Wars: Children of the Jedi [Bantam Spectra, May 1995] movie spinoff * Star Wars: Planet of Twilight [Bantam Spectra, May 1997] * Stranger At the Wedding [Del Rey, Apr 1994] paperback ISBN 345-38097-5 cover artist: Don Maitz [HarperCollins UK, Apr 1994, as "Sorcerer's Ward"] * the "Sun-Cross" series: * The Rainbow Abyss [Ballantine Del Rey, Sep 1991; Grafton, Aug 1991] * The Magicians of the Night [Del Rey, 1992] * Sun-Cross [Science Fiction Book Club, July 1992] omnibus edition * Those Who Hunt the Night [Del Rey, Nov 1988] * Traveling With the Dead [Del Rey, Oct 1995] hardcover Sample chapter * the "Windrose Chronicles" Fantasy series: * Dog Wizard [Ballantine Del Rey, Feb 1993; Science Fiction Book Club] * the "Unschooled Wizard" series: * The Ladies of Mandrigyn [Del Rey, 1984; Unwin/Unicorn Oct 1986] * The Witches of Wenshar [Del Rey, 1987] * The Unschooled Wizard [Science Fiction Book Club, June 1987] omnibus edition Anthologies Edited: * Sisters of the Night (co-editor Martin H. Greenberg) [Warner Aspect, Oct 1995] 14 stories, lady vampires, trade paperback e-mail Barbara Hambly Eschel Hamel: Eschel Hamel @ Dragon*Con Columnist for "Indy" magazine, comix collector Mark Hamill @ Dragon*Con versatile actor as Luke Skywalker in Star Wars (1977), more recently as Col. Christopher Blaine in interactive CD-ROM interactive movie "Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom" Alex[ander] Hamilton, British anthologist/author "The Cold Embrace" Andy Hamilton: Locus/Contento lists: * Drop the Dead Donkey 2000 [Little Brown UK, 1994] co-author Alistair Beaton TV spinoff Clive Hamilton, pseudonym of C. S. Lewis Count Anthony Hamilton, fantasy author in France Edmond Hamilton Edmond Hamilton, full name Edmond Moore Hamilton (21 Oct 1904-1977): a physics/electrical engineering student turned into one of the major creators of the "Space Opera" subgenre of science fiction, and thus an ancestor of "Star Wars" and its ilk. Also wrote fantasy, such as novel "A Yank at Valhalla." Edmond Hamilton page by Larry Estep at Morehead State University Books include: * Battle for the Stars [Torquil, 1961; Science Fiction Book Club; Paperback Library] * The Best of Edmond Hamilton [Science Fiction Book Club, 1977] 21 stories * City at World's End [Fell, 1951; Galaxy Novel #18; Crest] * Doomstar [Belmont, 1966] * Fugitive of the Stars [Ace, 1965] * The Haunted Stars [Torquil, 1960; Science Fiction Book Club; Pyramid] * The Horror of the Asteroid [British??, 1936; Gregg, 1975] 6 stories * The Star of Life [Torquil, 1959; Science Fiction Book Club; Crest] * The Sun Smasher [Ace, 1959] * The Valley of Creation [Lancer, 1964] * What's It Like Out There [Ace, 1974] 12 stories * A Yank at Valhalla [Ace, 1973] * The "Starwolf" series: * The Weapon from Beyond [Ace, 1967] * The Closed Worlds [Ace, 1968] * World of the Starwolves [Ace, 1968] * The "Interstellar Patrol" series: * Crashing Suns [Ace, 1965] * Outside the Universe [Ace, 1964] * The "John Gordon" series: * The Star Kings [Fell, 1949; Paperback Library; Warner] a.k.a. Beyond the Moon [Signet, 1950] * Return to the Stars [Lancer, 1970] * The "Captain Future" series (11 books) Elissa Lynn Alkoff Hamilton (Elissa Malcohn), born Brooklyn NY 18 Oct 1958, daughter of Sylvia Farber and Bernard Alkoff; contributed poetry (much of it science fiction) to: Aurora, Beacon, Black Maria, Earth's Daughters, Harvard Review, Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Planetarian, Portland Review, Round Table, San Fernando Poetry Journal, Star*Line, Uranus, Velocities; contributed fiction to: Black Maria, Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Karmic Runes, River Reader, Yellow Silk; B.A. 1979, Wagner College; M.S. 1982 Stevens Institute of Technology; Teaching Assistant/Research Assistant 1979-81,Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken NJ; Administrative Assistant 1981-82 Women's Peace Education Project, New York City; Staff Assistant 1983- Harvard University Business School, Boston MA; Member Feminist Writers Guild, SFWA, Science Fiction Poetry Association (Editor of SFPA magazine Star*Line), Poets & Writers Inc. James Hamilton: Locus/Contento lists: * Arthur Rackham [Little Brown/Arcade, Sep 1990] artist biography Jessica Hamilton: pseudonym of Ken Greenhall (according to Locus/Contento): * Elizabeth [Random, 1976; Bart, Jan 1988] Horror John Hamilton: pseudonym of Achmed Abdullah (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.449) Laurel K. Hamilton (1963-): Locus/Contento say "Laurell K. Hamilton" * Nightseer [Roc Fantasy, 1992] * Star Trek, The Next Generation #24: Nightshade [Pocket Books, Dec 1992] * Ravenloft: Death of a Darklord [TSR Hobbies, June 1995] game-related * the "Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter" series with private eye in alternate reality USA where Vampires and Werewolves have rights as Minorities: * Guilty Pleasure [1993; Ace, July 1995]] * The Laughing Corpse [Ace, Sep 1994] * Circus of the Damned [Ace, May 1995] * The Lunatic Cafe [Ace, Jan 1996] * The Killing Dance [Ace, June 1997] (enhanced from reference in "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.449) And also in the "Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter" series: * Bloody Bones [Ace, Oct 1996] Michael Hamilton, pseudonym of John S. Glasby Peter F. Hamilton: Publisher/editor of "Nebula Science Fiction" in Scotland (1952-1959); Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * the "Greg Mandel" Mystery/Science Fiction series: * Mindstar Rising [London: Pan , Mar 1993] ISBN 0-330-32376-8 [Tor, Aug 1996] * A Quantum Murder [Pan, Apr 1994] ISBN 0-330-33045-4 [Tor, Nov 1997] * The Nano Flower [Pan, Mar 1995] ISBN 0-330-33044-6 * the "Night's Dawn" SPACE OPERA series: * The Reality Dysfunction [Macmillan UK, Jan 1996; Pan, June 1996] * The Neutronium Alchemist [Macmillan UK, Oct 1997] ISBN 0-333-66935-5 Scott Hamilton: author of the definitive study of the influence of French poetry on Ezra Pound; later a Fellow at Caltech, and then Editor of IEEE Computer magazine Todd Cameron Hamilton: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * The Guardsman (see co-author P. J. Beese) Virginia Hamilton, full name Virginia Esther Hamilton Adorff (1936-): see Virginia Esther Hamilton Adorff * The Dark Way: Stories from the Spirit World [Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Sep 1990] ISBN 0-15-222340-1, story collection (25 Dark Fantasy) * the "Justice" Young Adult TIME TRAVEL series: * Justice and Her Brothers [Greenwillow, 1978; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Aug 1989] * Dustland [Greenwillow, 1978; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Aug 1989] * The Gathering [Greenwillow, 1981; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Aug 1989] * The People Could Fly: American Black Folktales [Knopf, Oct 1985] ISBN 0-394-86925-7 * Willie Bea and the Time the Martians Landed [Greenwillow, 1983; Macmillan Aladdin, Oct 1989] Young Adult (girl listens to Orson Welles' "The War of the Worlds" -- as did my Mother -- and stumbles onto an ambiguous drama which may be an actual invasion) ISBN 0-689-71328-2 Dennis C. Hamley (1935-): Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * The Fourth Plane at the Flypast [Andre Deutsch, Oct 1988; Fontana Lion, May 1987] ISBN 0-00-672766-2 ghosts, juvenile * Hare's Choice [Andre Deutsch, Oct 1988] ISBN 0-233-98298-1 * Haunted United [Andre Deutsch, 1986; Lions, Oct 1988] ISBN 0-00-672889-8 ghosts, Young Adult * The Shirt Off a Hanged Man's Back [Andre Deutsch, Oct 1984] ISBN 0-233-97650-7, supernatural story collection [Fontana Lion, Feb 1986] ISBN 0-00-672530-9 * Spirit of the Place [Scholastic/Adlib, Sep 1995] ISBN 0-590-54195-1 TIME TRAVEL T. D. Hamm, pseudonym of (maiden name of) Thelma Hamm Evans (Mrs. E. E. Evans) Ian Hammell: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * the "Shadow World" series (Packaged by/copyrighted by Bill Fawcett & Associates) [Iron Crown; Ace] Role-Playing-Game-Related: * Shadow World: The Burning Goddess [Ace , Aug 1994] ISBN 0-441-00086-X * Shadow World: Clock Strikes Sword [Ace, Jan 1995] ISBN 0-441-00136-X * Shadow World: City of Assassins [Ace, Oct 1995] ISBN 0-441-00264-1 * Shadow World: Stormriders [Ace, Feb 1996] ISBN 0-441-00302-8 Hammer Films (1934-present?): major British film production company for Fantasy and Horror Larry Hammer: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Larry Hammer Keith Hammond, pseudonym of Henry Kuttner & C. L. Moore Michael Hammond: Locus/Contento lists: * The Burning Man [Zebra/Pinnacle, Mar 1991] ISBN 1-55817-490-7 Horror, shared dream; see "Apocalypse" Paul Hammond, pseudonym of Sydney J. Bounds P. J. Hammond: Locus/Contento lists: * Sapphire and Steel [Star, 1979; Virgin Dec 1992] ISBN 0-352-30514-2 TV spinoff Wayne G. Hammond: literary/art critic/editor; Locus/Contento lists: * J. R. R. Tolkien, Artist and Illustrator (200 illustrations) (co-author Christina Scull) [London: HarperCollins UK, Oct 1995] ISBN 0-261-10322-9 [New York: Houghton Mifflin, Oct 1995] ISBN 0-395-74816-X Cully Hamner @ Dragon*Con Green Lantern: Mosaic, Iron Man Annual, The Chairman for Dark Horse Presents, and Vortex Riders Bo Hampton @ Dragon*Con Fully painted graphic novels, including "Verdilak", a cross between Leo Tolstoy (or A. K. Tolstoi) and vampires Catharine Hampton: Catharine Hampton @sff.net Kirk Hampton: Literary fantasist of CANADA; Locus/Contento lists: * The Moonhare [York Press, Jan 1996] ISBN 0-919966-99-3 SF "hallucinatory wordplay" [Available from York Press Ltd P.O. Box 1172 Fredericton, NB Canada E3B 5C8] add $3.55 postage William L[awrence] Hamling (14 Jun 1921-?) American AF author/fan/editor "Stardust" fanzine, ran "Imagination" magazine and "Imaginative Tales" (later "Space Travel") and founded men's magazine "Rogue" [Samuel] Dashiell Hammett (27 May 1894-10 Jan 1961) major American Mystery author, founder of "Hardboiled" school of detective stories and novels, jailed as a conscientious objector/socialist, see {hotlink to be done} for his Mystery details. In this list for anthologies "Creeps by Night" (New York: John Day, 1931) a.k.a "Modern Tales of Horror" a.k.a. "The Red Brain" John Hampden (6 Feb 1898-?) British teacher/author/master/ professor/anthologist Lou Hampton, ghost stories Larry Hancock: Locus/Contento lists: * The Silent Invasion, Book One: Secret Affairs (see co-author Michael Cherkas) Neil Hancock, full name Neil Anderson Hancock (1941-): * Dragon Winter [Popular Library, 1978; Warne, Jan 1984] ISBN 0-446-31209-6 * the "Circle of Light" series: * Greyfax Grimwald [Popular, 1977] * Faragon Fairingay [Popular, 1977] * Calix Stay [Popular, 1977] * Squaring the Circle [Popular, 1977] * The "Wilderness of Four" series about Atlantean Earth: * Across the far Mountain [1982] * The Plains of the Sea [1982] * On the Boundries of Darkness [1982] * The Road to the Middle Islands [1982] * the "Windameir" series: * The Fires of Windameir [Warner, Feb 1985] ISBN 0-446-32369-1 * The Sea of Silence [Popular Library Questar, Dec 1987] * A Wanderer's Return [Popular Library Questar, Nov 1988] * The Bridge of Dawn [Popular Library Questar, Jan 1991] ISBN 0-445-20824-4 Elizabeth Hand, full name Elizabeth Francis Hand (1957-): * Glimmering [HarperPrism, Mar 1997] ISBN 0-06-100805-2 * "Last Summer at Mars Hill" [F&SF, 1994] winner of 1991 World Fantasy Award for Best Novella * Millennium: The Frenchman [HarperPrism, June 1997] ISBN 0-06-105800-9 TV spinoff * the "Winterlong" Genetic Engineering SF-with-fantasy-atmosphere series: * Winterlong [1990] * Aestival Tide [Bantam Spectra, 1992] * Icarus Descending [Bantam Spectra, Aug 1993] ISBN 0-553-56288-6 * Waking the Moon [HarperPrism, 1994; revised, July 1995] contemporary Goddess 0-06-105214-0 Nominated for 1995 World Fantasy Award * 12 Monkeys [HarperPrism, Dec 1995; Boxtree, Apr 1996] ISBN 0-06-105658-8 novelization of Universal film {hotlink to be done} Short Fiction: * {to be done} Graham M. Handley: SF critic; Locus/Contento lists: * John Christopher's "Death of Grass" [Penguin Passnotes, Aug 1988] ISBN 0-14-077086-0, critical analysis Max Handley, full name Max Adrian Robert Handley (1945-): Locus/Contento lists: * Meanwhile [Arlington, 1977; Popular Library/Questar, Aug 1985] ISBN 0-445-20068-5, Science Fiction Comedy John Hands: Locus/Contento lists: * Perestroika Christi [HarperPaperbacks, Jul 1994] ISBN 0-06-100728-5 POLITICS/religion/Fantasy/thriller (KGB vs. Satan) Hands of Orloc: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1924; 1960] Hank In Maggs: pseudonym of Kenneth Morris (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.450) Jon Hanlon, pseudonym of Earl Kemp, anthologist Thomas R. Hanlon: co-editor with Richard Gilliam and Martin H. Greenberg: * South From Midnight (see Richard Gilliam) Hanna-Barbera (1957-): major animation house; see Animation {to be done} I had the pleasure of meeting William Hanna (1910-) and Joseph Barbera (1911-) in Pasadena, 1998 Christopher L. Hannah: Fantasy novelist; Locus/Contento lists: * A Walk in the Garden [Tafford, Jun 1996] ISBN 0-9623712-9-7 [Available from Tafford Publishing, PO Box 271804, Houston TX 77277] Kristin Hannah: Locus/Contento lists: * The Enchantment [Fawcett Gold Medal, Aug 1992] ISBN 0-449-14773-8 Fantasy/Romance/Historical search for Cibola, see: LOST LANDS W. C. Hanna: * The Tandar Saga [New York: Arcadia, 1964] SPACE OPERA Mary L. Hanner: Locus/Contento lists: * Rapid Growth [Dell Abyss, Apr '93] ISBN 0-440-21337-1 Horror/SF about Cancer Ezra Hannon, pseudonym of Evan Hunter Peter Hanratty: Arthurian Fantasist; Locus/Contento lists: * The Last Knight of Albion [Bluejay, Aug 1986] ISBN 0-312-94281-8 [Ace/New Infinities, Sep 1987] ISBN 0-441-47121-8 * The Book of Mordred [Ace/New Infinities, Jan 1988] ISBN 0-441-07018-3 J. J. Hansby, pseudonym of John S. Glasby Brooks Hansen: Young Adult literary fantasist; Locus/Contento lists: * Caesar's Antlers [Farrar Straus Giroux, Oct 1997] ISBN 0-374-31024-6 * The Chess Garden [Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Sep 1995] ISBN 0-374-16015-5 [Berkley/Riverhead, Nov 1996] ISBN 1-57322-563-0 David Hansen: Locus/Contento lists: * Max Headroom's Guide to Life (co-author Paul Owen) [London: Corgi, 1985; New York: Bantam, Oct 1986] ISBN 0-553-34352-1, TV spinoff comedy Gwen Hansen: Romance/Fantasist; Locus/Contento lists: * The Secret of the Unicorn Queen 2: Sun Blind [Ballantine Fawcett Columbine, Nov 1988] ISBN 0-449-90297-8 [London: Beaver, Apr 1989] ISBN 0-09-965480-6 * The Secret of the Unicorn Queen Book 6: Moonspell [Fawcett Columbine, May 1989] ISBN 0-449-90360-5 Karl Hansen (1950-): Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America: Books: * the "Hybrid" series: * Dream Games [Ace, May 1985] ISBN 0-441-16691-1 Short Fiction: * {to be done} J. J. Hansley, pseudonym of John S. Glasby William [Donald] Hansman (13 Feb 1913-?) novelist Amy Axt Hanson: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America no known home page e-mail Amy Axt Hanson Bruce K. Hanson: Critic/editor; Locus/Contento lists: * The Peter Pan Chronicles: The Nearly One-Hundred-Year History of the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up [Birch Lane, Aug 1993] ISBN 1-55972-160-X W. A. Harbinson, full name William Allen Harbinson (1941- ): Fantasy and Science Fiction novelist; Locus/Contento lists: * The Crystal Skulls [NEL, Nov 1997] ISBN 0-340-67251-X * Dream Maker [Orbit, Jan 1991] ISBN 0-7474-0542-5 [Walker, Sep 1992] ISBN 0-8027-1214-2 * Eden [Dell, May 1987] ISBN 0-440-12212-0 [Corgi, 1987] as "The Light of Eden" * the "Projekt Saucer" SF/Thriller series: * Inception: Projekt Saucer: Book One [NEL, Nov 1994] ISBN 0-450-61750-5 * Phoenix [NEL, Feb '95] ISBN 0-450-61751-3 a.k.a. "Projekt Saucer: Book Two" [Dell, May 1991] ISBN 0-440-12832-3 * Genesis [Corgi, 1980; NEL, May 1995] 0-450-61752-1, 1st published, now in middle of series as "Projekt Saucer #1: Inception" [Dell, May 1991] ISBN 0-440-20667-7 * Millennium [NEL, Aug 1995] ISBN 0-450-61753-X a.k.a. "Projekt Saucer: Book Four" * The Lodestone [Sphere, May 1989] ISBN 0-7474-0006-7, Fantasy * Otherworld [Corgi, July 1984] ISBN 0-552-12380-3 Philip Harbottle, full name Philip James Harbottle (1941-): British science fiction critic/historian; Locus/Contento lists: Books Authored/co-edited: * British Science Fiction Paperbacks and Magazines: 1949-1956 (co-editor Stephen Holland) [San Bernardino CA: Borgo Press, 1994; 1995] ISBN 0-89370-921-2 $20.00, 232pp, trade paperback, non-fiction, annotated bibliography and guide to British Science Fiction's most explosive era, useful when used side by with the similar study "Vultures of the Void." * Vultures of the Void: A History of British Science Fiction Publishing, 1946-1956 (co-editor Stephen Holland) [San Bernardino CA: Borgo Press, Jan 1993] 0-89370-415-6, $15.00, 128pp, tp) Non-fiction, criticism, a history of British SF after World War II. Books Edited: * Kalgan the Golden [see E. C. Tubb] Glenn Harcourt: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * Palimpsests (see co-author Carter Scholz) Steven Hardesty (1946-): Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * Ghost Soldiers [Walker, 1986; Dell, Apr 1989] ISBN 0-440-20118-7 Vietnam ghost/war story Hard Fantasy: in the words of editor Jim Baen "Fantasy with Rivets", i.e. fiction in which Fantasy has a rigorusly applied axiomatic logical basis and structure; see Hard Science Fiction HARD SCIENCE FICTION: based on real science & engineering Francis Hard, pseudonym of Farnsworth Wright John Harden (22 Aug 1902-?) American journalist/PR man/author of supernatural nonfiction John Lipp Hardie, weird anthologist Raymond Hardie: Locus/Contento lists: * Abyssos [To, Sep 1987] Horror, ISBN 0-51892-6 Terry Hardin: Fantasy editor/anthologist; Locus/Contento lists: * American Gothic (see co-anthologist Elizabeth Terry) Lee Harding, full name Lee John Harding (1937-): major SF photographer/journalist/author in AUSTRALIA, also as "Leo" Harding, cofounder of "Australian Science Fiction Review" (1966-Present). Books include: * Displaced Person [Australia: Hyland House, 1979; Puffin, Aug 1986] Young Adult Fantasy, ISBN 0-14-031141-6 * Future Sanctuary [Laser, 1976] * {to be done} Nancy Harding: Celtic/Historical fantasist: Locus/Contento lists: * The Silver Land [Pocket, Feb 1989] ISBN 0-671-63409-7 Richard Harding: pseudonym of Robert Tine (according to Locus/Contento) Books Under this Pseudonym: * the "Outrider" survivalist/post-holocaust series: * The Outrider [Pinnacle, Jun 1984] ISBN 0-523-42212-1 * The Outrider #3: Blood Highway [Pinnacle, Dec 1984] ISBN 0-523-42214-8 * The Outrider #5: Built to Kill [Pinnacle, Aug 1985] ISBN 0-523-42216-4 Ross Harding: pseudonym of David A. Gemmell (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.451) Simon Harding: British author: * the "Steamskelter" series: * Steamskelter [Pan, Apr 1994] * Changeling Hearts [Pan, July 1995] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.451) and Locus/Contento Todd Harding, pseudonym of Dallas McCord Reynolds Adam Hardy, house name and pseudonym of Kenneth Bulmer, Terry Harknett David A. Hardy, full name David Andrews Hardy (1936-): space artist; Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * Visions of Space [Paper Tiger, Nov 1989] Art; Arthur C. Clarke foreword ISBN 1-85028-098-3 Hilbert Hardy (1906-): Science Fiction novelist; Locus/Contento lists: * The Cosmos Project [Book Guild, Mar 1989] ISBN 0-86332-354-5 Lyndon Hardy, full name Lyndon Maurice Hardy (1941-): Physicist/Fantasist; Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; * the "Arcadia" series (see Hard Fantasy): * Master of the Five Magics [Del Rey 1980; Ballantine Del Rey, Sep 1984] * Secret of the Sixth Magic [Del Rey, 1984; London: Corgi, Jan 1986; Ballantine Del Rey, June 1988] * Riddle of the Seven Realms [Del Rey, 1988; Ballantine Del Rey, June 1988] e-mail Lyndon Hardy Phil Hardy, full name Philippe Hardy (1945-): Locus/Contento lists: * The Encyclopedia of Horror Movies [Harper & Row/Perennial Library, Mar 1987] reference, ISBN 0-06-096146-5 revised as: "The Overlook Film Encyclopedia: Horror" [Overlook Press, Oct '94] ISBN 0-87951-516-3 * The Aurum Film Encyclopedia: Science Fiction [Aurum Press, 1984; Nov 1995] [a.k.a. Science Fiction: The Complete Film Sourcebook, Morrow, 1985] revised as: The Overlook Film Encyclopedia: Science Fiction [Overlook, 1994] Robin Hardy (1929-): Locus/Contento lists: * Call of the Wendigo [Bantam, Jan 1994] Young Adult Horror, ISBN 0-553-29828-3 Thea Hardy: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Thea Hardy Thomas Hardy (1840-1928): major mainstream author listed here for: * The Supernatural Tales of Thomas Hardy [Foulsham, Dec 1988] ISBN 0-572-01489-9, edited/intro: Peter Haining Cyril Hare, pseudonym of Alfred A. G. Clark Virginia Harger-Grinling: critic; Locus/Contento lists: * Robbe-Grillet and the Fantastic: A Collection of Essays (co-editor Tony Chadwick [Westport CT: Greenwood Press, Mar 1994] ISBN 0-313-28539-X, $49.95, 157pp, hardcover Leonie Hargreave, pseudonym of Thomas M. Disch Gerald Hargreaves, full name Sir Gerald Delapryme Hargreaves (1881-1972): * Atalanta: A Story of Atlantis: A Fantasy with Music [1949] lengthy play, Achilles in Atlantis (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.452) Joyce Hargreaves: Locus/Contento lists: * Fabulous Beasts (See co-author Malcolm Ashman) Mathew D. Hargreaves: bibliographer; Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * Anne Inez McCaffrey: Forty Years of Publishing: An International Bibliography [Mathew D. Hargreaves, Dec 1992] no ISBN, $35.00, 338pp, hardcover Non-fiction/reference/annotated bibliography of worldwide publications of McCaffrey's work. First edition limited to 500 copies signed by McCaffrey Mathew D. Hargreaves. Order from Mathew D. Hargreaves, PO Box 66099, Seattle WA 98166-0099. Please add $3.00 for postage. Donald Harington (1935- ): Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * The Cockroaches of Stay More [Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Mar 1989] ISBN 0-15-118270-1 [Feb '89], $19.95, 337pp, hardcover Animal Fantasy: see BAMBI'S CHILDREN: animals who speak, think, or act human (see also Don Marquis: "Archie and Mehitabel") Dr. Annita Harlan: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Richard Harland (1947-): Fantasy/Mystery author of AUSTRALIA; Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * The Dark Edge [Pan Macmillan Australia, Aug '97] ISBN 0-330-36007-8, A$14.95, 563pp, paperback SF/Thriller 1st of the "Eddon and Vail" series, starring Inspector Eddon Brac * The Vicar of Morbing Vyle [Australia: Karl Evans , July 1993] Gothic ISBN 0-646-12963-5, no price, 305pp, trade paperback Harlequin: see Comedia Dell'Arte {to be done} Andrew Harman (1964-): British comic fantasy author: * 101 Damnations [Legend, 1995] ISBN 0-09-949881-2 * The Scrying Game [Legend, Feb 1996] ISBN 0-09-949901-0 * A Midsummer Night's Gene [Legend, June 1997] ISBN 0-09-978881-0 * the "Firkin" comedy Fantasy series, cover art by Mick Posen: * The Sorcerer's Appendix [Legend, May 1993] ISBN * The Frogs of War [Legend, Dec 1993] ISBN 0-09-928481-2 * The Tome Tunnel [Legend, Aug 1994] ISBN 0-09-928491-X * Farenheit 666 [1995] ISBN 0-09-949891-X * The Deity Dozen [July 1996] ISBN 0-09-968101-3 (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.451) and Locus/Contento Short Fiction: * {to be done} Jane Harman, pseudonym of Terry Harknett Nigel Harman: Fantasy author of AUSTRALIA; Locus/Contento lists: * Look What They've Done to My Bay! [self published, 1987] no ISBN A$7.95, 194pp, paperback: Captain Cook et al. via time warp to modern Botany Bay. [Available from Nigel Harman, 78 Liverpool St., Paddington, Sydney NSW 2021, Australia] TIME TRAVEL Charlene C. Harmon: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Charlene C. Harmon H. H. Harmon, pseudonym of Robert M. Williams Charles L. Harness, full name Charles Leonard Harness (1915-): Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; patent attorney/novelist: "The Paradox Men" (1953) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle * Krono [Franklin Watts, Oct 1988] ISBN 0-531-15087-9 [Avon, Nov 1989] ISBN 0-380-70701-2 TIME TRAVEL * Flight into Yesterday [Bouregy; 1953] a.k.a. The Paradox Men [Ace, 1955] revised substantially with commentary by George Zebrowski, the author, and Brian Aldiss: The Paradox Men [Crown, Nov 1984] ISBN 0-517-55433-X [Easton Press, Sep 1992] revised again from Crown edition, gilt/leather * Lurid Dreams [Avon, Oct 1990] ISBN 0-380-75761-3 Edgar Allan Poe/Civil War ALTERNATE WORLDS * Redworld [DAW, Apr 1986] ISBN 0-88677-125-0, science vs. religion * The Ring of Ritornel [Berkley, 1968] * The Rose [Berkley, 1969] 2 novels in one volume * Wolfhead [Berkley, 1978] * the "Patent Attorney" series: * Lunar Justice [Avon, Aug 1991] ISBN 0-380-76010-X Reference -- Locus/Contento lists: * Charles L. Harness: Attorney in Space: A Working Bibliography by Phil Stephensen-Payne {to be done} * Chronography: A Chronological Bibliography of Books by Charles L. Harness by T. Koppel {to be done} Lynn Harnett: Horror auhtor; Locus/Contento lists: * The House on Cherry Street #1: The Haunting (co-author Rodman Philbrick) * The House on Cherry Street #2: The Horror (co-author Rodman Philbrick) * The House on Cherry Street #3: The Final Nightmare Rory Harper: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * Petrogypsies [Baen, Sep 1989] ISBN 0-671-69840-0 there's oil in them thar planets... Tara K. Harper (1961-): Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; professional science fiction author with eight novels (as of June 1998) published, three of which were national best-sellers, one of which was nominated for the 1995 Oregon Book Awards. No pseudonym. Books are published by Del Rey. Tara K. Harper author's home page * the "Wolfwalker" Fantasy series: * Wolfwalker [Ballantine Del Rey, May 1990] ISBN 0-345-36539-9 * Shadow Leader [Ballantine Del Rey, May 1991] ISBN 0-345-37163-1 * Storm Runner [Ballantine Del Rey, Aug 1993] ISBN 0-345-37162-3 * Wolf's Bane [Ballantine Del Rey, Nov 1997] ISBN 0-345-40634-6 * Grayheart [Ballantine Del Rey, Aug 1996] ISBN 0-345-38053-3 * Cat Scratch Fever [Ballantine Del Rey, May 1994] ISBN 0-345-38051-7 * Cataract [Ballantine Del Rey , Sep 1995] sequel to Cat Scratch Fever, ISBN 0-345-38052-5 * Lightwing [Ballantine Del Rey, July 1992] ISBN 0-345-37161-5 e-mail Tara K. Harper Harper's Monthly: magazine, not listed in Magzine web page {to be done} Jacqueline Harpman: Locus/Contento lists: * I Who Have Never Known Men [Seven Stories Press, June 1997] ISBN 1-888363-43-6, $22.00, 212pp, hardcover, post-holocaust FEMINIST Translated from French [Stock, 1995, as "Moi qui n'ai pas connu les hommes"] by Ros Schwartz Winner of 1996 Prix Medicis award Patrick Harpur (1950-): * The Serpent's Circle [Macmillan U.K., 1985; St. Martin's, Mar 1985] ISBN 0-312-71314-2 Religious/Theological thriller * Mercurius [Macmillan, Mar 1990] Philosopher's Stone Fantasy ISBN 0-333-43781-0 * Daimonic Reality: A Field Guide to the Underworld [1994] nonfiction (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.451) and Locus/Contento Janice Harrell: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * Vampire Twins #1: Bloodlines [HarperPaperbacks, Sep 1994] ISBN 0-06-106247-2 Young Adult Vampire/Horror, Packaged by Daniel Weiss & Associates [Lions, Nov 1994] ISBN 0-00-675087-7 * Vampire Twins #2: Bloodlust [HarperPaperbacks, Oct 1994] ISBN 0-06-106246-4 [Lions, Jan 1995] ISBN 0-00-675093-1 * Vampire Twins #3: Bloodchoice [HarperPaperbacks, Oct 1994] ISBN 0-06-10243-X [Lions, Mar 1995] ISBN 0-00-675094-X * Vampire Twins #4: Blood Reunion [HarperPaperbacks, Mar 1995] ISBN 0-06-106283-9 [HarperCollins UK, Sep 1995] ISBN 0-00-675138-5 * Vampire Twins: A Trilogy [Lions, July 1995] ISBN 0-00-675111-3 Omnibus edition of the first three books in series * Vampires' Love #1: Blood Curse [Scholastic, Oct 1995] ISBN 0-590-60388-4 [Scholastic UK, Oct 1996] ISBN 0-590-13981-9 * Vampires' Love #2: Blood Spell [Scholastic, Nov 1995] ISBN 0-590-60390-6 [Scholastic UK, Dec 1996] ISBN0-590-13984-3 Alan Harrington: * Paradise - 1 [Little Brown, 1978] Barbara Harrington: Locus/Contento lists: * A Crock of Clear Water [Robert Hale, Apr 1987] ISBN0-7090-2913-6 Victorian/Supernatural Barry Harrington: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * The Beyond [Diamond, Apr 1991] Horror, ISBN 1-55773-491-7 Allan (Allen?) Lee Harris: Horror novelist; Locus/Contento lists: * Deliver Us From Evil [Bantam, Mar 1988] ISBN 0-553-26271-8 * Let There Be Dark [Jove, Nov 1994] ISBN 0-515-11488-X Anne Harris: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * The Nature of Smoke [Tor, Jun 1996] ISBN 0-312-85286-X [July 1997] ISBN 0-312-86351-9 Sex, Drugs, and Chaos Theory (the "Smoke" refers to marijuana and the mathematics of turbulence, among other things) e-mail Anne Harris Arthur T. Harris, house name and pseudonym of unknown authors in Ziff-Davis magazines Barbara S. Harris: * Who is Julia? [Little Brown, 1978] Christie Harris, full name Christie Lucy Irwin Harris (1907-): author of Children's and Young Adult Fantasy based on Native American legends of CANADA (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.452) David Harris, full name erroneously listed as "David Victor Harris (1946-)" actually full name is: David Mitchell Harris (1949-): was the co-author (with Harry Harrison) of: * Bill The Galactic Hero: The Final Incoherent Adventure plus several published short stories. Formerly an editor (freelance, Byron Preiss, Dell, and Belmont-Tower). Currently earning an MFA degree at Goddard College. Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America. e-mail David M. Harris Update (27 Oct 98): David M. Harris writes: "While it was a pleasure to see my one paltry credit listed in your guide, I need to point out a few errors in the listing. For starters, my middle name is not Victor, but Mitchell. I use the byline David M. Harris (although that did not appear on the novel with Harry Harrison, because no one at Byron Preiss, where I was executive editor for five years, considered it important to give me the byline I used the whole time I was there). Further, my date of birth is not 1946 but 1949. I have completed my MFA at Goddard, and am now teaching." Favorite Quotation: "If it's worth publishing, it's worth paying for... every time." -- Larry Jackson (1942-1998) Deborah Turner Harris (1951-): * the "Mages of Garillon" series * The Burning Stone [1986] * The Gauntlet of Malice [1987] * Spiral of Fire [1989] * the "Adam Sinclair" series, co-authored with Katherine Kurtz Elizabeth Harris: Locus/Contento lists: * Time of the Wolf [HarperCollins UK, Mar 1994, Sep 1994] ISBN 0-00-224129-3 Geraldine Harris, full name Geraldine Rachel Harris (1951-): Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America, resident of England: * the "Seven Citadels" Fantasy series: * Prince of the Godborn [Macmillan U.K., 1982; Dell/Laurel Leaf, Aug 1987] ISBN 0-440-95407-X * The Children of the Wind [Macmillan U.K., 1982; Unicorn , Oct 1984] ISBN 0-04-823253-X [Dell/Laurel Leaf, Sep 1987] ISBN 0-440-91210-5 * The Dead Kingdom [Macmillan U.K., 1983; Dell/Laurel Leaf, Sep 1987] ISBN 0-440-91810-3 * The Seventh Gate [Macmillan U.K., Feb 1984; Greenwillow, June 1994; Dell/Laurel Leaf, Nov 1987] ISBN 0-440-97747-9 Jessee Harris: Locus/Contento lists: * The Power #1: The Possession [Knopf Borzoi, Mar 1992] ISBN 0-679-82265-8 Young Adult Horror * The Power #2: The Witness [Knopf Borzoi, Mar 1992] ISBN 0-679-82264-X * The Power #3: The Fear Experiment [Knopf Borzoi, May 1992] ISBN 0-679-82266-6 * The Power #4: The Diary [Random House/Knopf Borzoi, June 1992] ISBN 0-679-82267-4 * The Power #5: Aidan's Fate [Knopf Borzoi, July 1992] ISBN 0-679-82268-2 * The Power #6: The Catacombs [Knopf Borzoi, Aug 1992] ISBN 0-679-82269-0 * The Power #7: The Vampire's Kiss [Random House/Knopf Borzoi, Jan 1993] ISBN 0-679-83669-1 * The Power #8: The Obsession [Random House/Knopf Borzoi, Feb 1993] ISBN 0-679-83670-5 * The Power: Aidan's Fate [Knopf, 1992; Red Fox, Mar 1993] ISBN 0-09-922131-4 * The Power: The Catacombs [Knopf, 1992; Red Fox, Mar 1993] ISBN 0-09-922141-1 * The Power: The Diary [Knopf, 1992; Red Fox, Mar 1993] ISBN 0-09-922121-7 * The Power: The Fear Experiment [Knopf, 1992; Red Fox, Mar 1993] ISBN 0-09-922111-X * The Power: The Obsession [Knopf, 1993; Red Fox, Oct 1993] ISBN 0-09-932931-X * The Power: The Possession [Knopf, 1992; Red Fox, Mar 1993] ISBN 0-09-922091-1 * The Power: The Vampire's Kiss [Knopf, 1993; Red Fox, Oct 1993] ISBN 0-09-932921-2 * The Power: The Witness [Knopf, 1992; Red Fox, Mar 1993] ISBN 0-09-922101-2 Joanne Harris: Locus/Contento lists: * The Evil Seed [Warner UK, Sep 1992] Horror, ISBN 0-7515-0008-9 * Sleep, Pale Sister [Arrow, Sep 1994] ISBN 0-09-927051-X Joel Chandler Harris (1848-1908): journalist/author of the "Uncle Remus" series John Benyon Harris, full name John Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris (1903-1969): see pseudonym John Wyndham Kathleen Harris, pseudonym of Adelaide Humphries Larry M. Harris, pseudonym of Laurence M. Janifer (a.k.a. Barry Miles) Mabel Rollins Harris: Fantasy artist/illustrator MacDonald Harris: pseudonym of Donald William Henry (1921-1993): professor/author (Locus/Contento says Donald W. Heiney) * Bull Fire [1973] Minotaur * The Cathay Stories and Other Fictions [Story Line Press , 1988] ISBN 0-934257-14-0 * Pandora's Gallery [1979] Urban Fantasy of Venice * Herma [1981] Opera Fantasy * Screenplay [1982] TIME TRAVEL * Tenth [1984] Beethoven Recursive, Faust * The Little People [Morrow, Feb 1986] hallucinations of Faerie * Glowstone [1987] Commedia Dell'Arte, Parisian Urban Fantasy (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.453) and Locus/Contento Marilyn Harris, full name Marilyn Harris Springer (1931-): Locus/Contento lists: * Night Games [Doubleday, Sep 1987] Occult/Horror, ISBN 0-385-18817-X Mark Jonathan Harris: Young Adult Science Fiction author; Locus/Contento lists: * Solay [Macmillan Bradbury, May 1993] 0-02-742655-6 Raymond B. Harris (1953-): Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * The Broken Worlds [Ace, Aug 1986] ISBN 0-441-08143-6 [London: Headline, Mar 1988] ISBN 0-7472-3097-8 * The Schizogenic Man [Ace, Nov 1990] ISBN 0-441-75398-1 * Shadows of the White Sun [Ace, Dec 1988 0-441-06881-2 [Science Fiction Book Club #14594, Mar 1989] hardcover [London: Headline, June 1989] ISBN 0-7472-3142-7 Richard B. Harris: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * The Martian Solution [University Editions, Feb 1997] 1-56002-655-3 SF/Mystery novella set on Mars, featuring Police detective Emily Dickinson Available from: University Editions, 59 Oak Lane, Spring Valley, Huntington WV 25704 Robert Harris: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * Fatherland [Hutchinson, Nov 1992] ISBN 0-09-174827-5 Thriller set in ALTERNATE WORLD where the Nazis won the Second World War [Random House, June 1992] ISBN 0-679-41273-5 [Random U.K., 1992] [Book of the Month Club/Quality paperback Book Club, Apr 1993] [HarperPaperbacks, May 1993] ISBN 0-06-100662-9 [Arrow, May 1993] ISBN 0-09-926381-5 Rosemary Harris, full name Rosemary Jeanne Harris (1923-): * the "Reuben" Noah's-Ark-related Young Adult Fantasy series: * The Moon in the Cloud [1968] * The Shadow on the Sun [1970] * The Bright and Morning Star [1972] * The Seal-Singing [1971] * A Quest for Orion [1978] science fiction * Tower of the Stars [1980] science fiction (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.453) Steve Harris: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * Adventureland [London: Headline, July 1990] ISBN 0-7472-0263-X [as "The Eyes of the Beast", New YorK; Tor, Sep 1993] ISBN 0-812-52235-4 * Angels [London: Headline, May 1993] ISBN 0-7472-0675-9 * Black Rock [London: Gollancz, Mar 1996] Horror, ISBN 0-575-06140-5 * The Devil on May Street [London: Gollancz, June 1997] ISBN 0-575-06426-9 Dark Fantasy * The Hoodoo Man [London: Headline, June 1992] ISBN 0-7472-0518-3, Horror * Wulf [London: Headline, July 1991] ISBN 0-7472-0426-8, Horror Thomas Harris (1940-): * Red Dragon [Putnam, 1981; Dell, June 1990] ISBN 0-440-20615-4, $5.95, 354pp, paperback reprint, 1st sychokiller thriller featuring Hannibal Lector filmed as "Mankiller" {hotlink to be done} * The Silence of the Lambs [St. Martin's, 1988] ISBN 0-312-02282-4 [St. Martin's, June 1989] ISBN 0-312-91543-8 filmed as "The Silence of the Lambs" {hotlink to be done} Wilson Harris, full name Theodore Wilson Harris (1921-): British-resident author born in Guyana: * the "Guyana Quartet" * Palace of the Peacock [1960] * The Far Journey of Oudin [1961] * The Whole Armour [1962] * The Secret Ladder 1964] * Heartland [1964] * the "Carnival" trilogy: * Carnival [1985] * The Infinite Rehearsal [1987] * The Four Banks of the River of Space [1990] * the "Eye of the Scarecrow" series: * The Eye of the Scarecrow [1968] * Ascent to Omai [1970] * many other works {to be done} including: * The Sleeper of Roraima [1970] Story collection, Native American tales * The Age of the Rainmakers [1970] Story collection, Native American tales * Black Marsden [1972] * Companions of the Day and Night [1975] * The Tree of the Sun [1978] * The Angel at the Gate [1982] * Resurrection at Sorrow Hill [1993] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.453) Bruce Harrison, pseudonym of Edgar Pangborn Craig Harrison (1942-): British Science Fiction/Thriller author: * Days of Starlight [London: Hodder & Stoughton, Aug 1989] ISBN 0-340-42203-3 Harry [Maxwell] Harrison @ AlphaRalpha "Make Room, Make Room" (1966) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle. See also co-author Marvin Minsky. Harry [Max] Harrison (original name Henry Dempsey, name changed legally), born Stamford CT 12 Mar 1925, son of Leo Harrison and Ria Kirjassof, married Joan Merckler 1954, children Todd and Moira, author: Deathworld, 1960 (Book 1 of trilogy) Planet of the Damned, 1962 (published in England as Sense of Obligation, 1967) Deathworld 2: A Sequel to Deathworld, 1964 (published in England as The Ethical Engineer, 1964) Bill, the Galactic Hero, 1965 Plague from Space, 1965 (published as The Jupiter Legacy, 1970) Make Room!, 1966 The Technicolor Time Machine, 1967 Deathworld 3, 1968 Captive Universe, 1969 The Daleth Effect: A Science Fiction Novel, 1970 (published in England as In Our Hands, the Stars, 1970) The Deathworld Trilogy, 1970 Montezuma's Revenge, 1972 Tunnel Through the Deeps, 1972 Stonehenge, 1972 (with Leon E. Stover) Star Smashers of the Galaxy Rangers, 1973 Queen Victoria's Revenge, 1974 Skyfall 1976, 1977 (with Gordon R. Dickson) The Lifeship, 1976 (published in England as Lifeboat, 1977) Planet Story, 1979 The QE2 is Missing, 1980 Planet of No Return, 1980 Invasion Earth, 1982 The Jupiter Plague, 1982 A Rebel in Time, 1983 Stonehenge: Where Atlantis Died, 1983 (with Leon E. Stover) West of Eden, 1984 Winter in Eden, 1986 The Stainless Steel Rat Series: The Stainless Steel Rat: A Science Fiction Novel, 1961 The Stainless Steel Rat:'s Revenge, 1970 The Stainless Steel Rat: Saves the World, 1972 The Stainless Steel Rat: Wants You!, 1978, 1979 The Stainless Steel Rat: for President, 1982 You Can Be the Stainless Steel Rat: (interactive game book), 1985?? Harry Harrison's "The Stainless Steel Rat" Hero-dedicated site containing a massive amount of information about the character, as well as information about the author, cover art, and more. e-mail Joshua A. Pechter and see also webmaster Pechter's science fiction database "Imagine Future Worlds" and Keith Laumer's "Retief of the CDT" To The Stars series: Homeworld, 1980 Wheelworld, 1981 Starworld, 1981 Short Story Collections: War With the Robots: Science Fiction Stories, 1962 Two Tales and Eight Tomorrows, 1965, 1968 Prime Numbers, 1970 One Step from Earth, 1970 The Best of Harry Harrison, 1976 Juveniles: The Man from P.I.G., 1968 (published as The Men from P.I.G. and R.O.B.O.T., 1974, 1978) Spaceship Medic, 1970 The California Iceberg, 1975 Nonfiction: Great Balls of Fire: History of Sex in Science Fiction, 1977 Mehanismo: An Illustrated Manual of Science Fiction, 1977 Mehanismo: An Illustrated Manual of Science Fiction Hardware, 1978 Spacecraft in Fact and Fiction, 1979 (with Malcolm Edwards) Editor/Compiler: John W. Campbell, Jr., Collected Editorials from Analog, 1966 Best SF 1967, 1968 Best SF 1968-76 (annual editions published by various publishers and in England under varying titles) Apeman, Spaceman: Anthropological Science Fiction, 1968 (with Leon E. Stover) SF: Authors' Choice, Vol. 1, 1968 (published in England as Blast Off: SF for Boys, 1969) Four for the Future: An Anthology on the Theme of Sacrifice and Redemption, 1969 Nova I: an Anthology of Original Science Fiction Stories, 1970 The Year 2000: An Anthology, 1970 The Light Fantastic: Science Fiction Classics from the Mainstream, 1971 Nova 2, 1972 (with Theodore J. Gordon) Ahead of Time, 1972 The Astounding-Analog Reader, vol.I, 1972 (with Brian Aldiss) The Astounding-Analog Reader, vol.II, 1973 (with Brian Aldiss) A Science Fiction Reader, 1974?? Astounding: The John W. Campbell Memorial Anthology of Science Fiction, 1973 Nova 3, 1973 Nova 4, 1974 Hell's Cartographers: Some Personal Histories of Science Fiction Writers, 1975 (with Brian Aldiss) Science Fiction Novellas, 1975 (with Willis E. McNelly) SF Horizons, 1975 (with Brian Aldiss) SF Horizons, Decade the 1940s, 1975 SF Horizons, Decade the 1950s, 1976 SF Horizons, Decade the 1960s, 1977 Editor: Impulse, 1966- Editor (at various times): Science Fiction Adventures, Fantasy Fiction, Amazing Stories, Fantastic Co-editor and Publisher: SF Horizons, 1966- Freelance commercial artist 1946-55; freelance writer 1956-present, living in Mexico, England, Italy, Spain, Denmark, California, Ireland; member Universal Esperanto Association (honorary patron), SFWA (Vice President 1968-69); served in U.S. Army Air Forces 1943-46 becoming sergeant James Harrison: Fantasy critic: * Salman Rushdie [Macmillan Twayne, Dec 1991] Critical Biography ISBN 0-8057-7011-9 Jane E. Harrison (1850-1928): British fantasist; see Hope Mirrlees * Dark Dreams [Zebra, Oct 1996] Romance/Horror, 0-8217-5420-3 (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.453) and Locus/Contento M. John Harrison (1945-): full name Michael John Harrison: British novelist {To Be Done} "The Centauri Device" [Doubleday, 1974; Bantam, 1985] is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle. I read this novel 28-31 Dec 1996 and was fascinated by its linguistic richness and self-conscious decadence, rather like Samuel R. Delany on absinthe. Other books include: * Climbers [Gollancz, Sep 1989] not science fiction, realistic novel about rock climbing * The Committed Men [Hutchinson, 1971; Doubleday, 1971; Gollancz, Apr 1989] * The Course of the Heart [Gollancz, Jun 1992] Fantasy, ISBN 0-575-03891-8 * The Centauri Device [Doubleday, 1974] * The Machine in Shaft Ten and Other Stories [1975] story collection * The Ice Monkey and Other Stories [Gollancz, 1983] story collection * the "Viriconium" series: * The Pastel City [UK: NEL, 1971; Doubleday, 1972; Avon] * A Storm of Wings [Doubleday, 1980] * In Viriconium [1982] a.k.a. The Floating Gods * Viriconium Nights [Ace, Aug 1984] 8 stories, ISBN 0-441-86570-4 * Viriconium Nights [Gollancz, Nov 1985] 7 stories, ISBN 0-575-03662-1 almost completely different from the Ace story collection * Viriconium [Unwin, Sep 1988] ISBN 0-04-440245-7 Omnibus edition of "In Viriconium" and "Viriconium Nights" Iain Banks introduction * Signs of Life [Gollancz, May 1997] ISBN 0-575-05556-1 [St. Martin's, Aug 1997] ISBN 0-312-15656-1 Mark Harrison, full name Mark Stephen James Harrison (1951-): Science Fiction Artist and short story author; Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * Dreamlands [Paper Tiger, Dec 1990] ISBN 1-85028-132-7 Science Fiction Art, text by Lisa Tuttle Michael Harrison: pseudonym of Maurice Desmond Rohan (1907-1991): * Transit of Venus [1936] story collection * Higher Things [1945] * The Darkened Room: An Arabesque * The Brain [1953] * The Exploits of the Chevalier Dupin [1968] story collection in the world of Sherlock Holmes (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.453) Payne Harrison: Locus/Contento lists: * Storming Intrepid [Crown, Jan 1989] ISBN 0-517-57133-1, $19.95, 473pp, hardcover Techno-thriller: Russians hijack space shuttle I've got a copy and haven't reviewed it yet... * Thunder of Erebus [Crown, Jun 1991] ISBN 0-517-58405-0 Antarctica Technothriller Sue Harrison, full name Sue McHaney Harrison (1950-): Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * a psuedo-Fantasy prehistoric Alaska trilogy: * Mother Earth, Father Sky [Doubleday, June 1990] ISBN 0-385-41159-6 [Avon; Doubleday UK; Bantam UK] * My Sister the Moon [Doubleday, Mar 1992] ISBN 0-385-42086-2 [Avon; Doubleday UK] * Brother Wind [Morrow, Oct 1994] ISBN 0-688-12888-2 [Avon, Sep 1995] ISBN 0-380-72178-3 * Song of the River [Avon, Nov 1997] Prehistoric, ISBN 0-380-97370-7 Taylor Harrison: an editor of Criticism on the Star Trek franchise; Locus/Contento lists: * Enterprise Zones: Critical Positions on Star Trek (co-editors Sarah Projansky, Kent A. Ono, Elyce Rae Helford) [HarperCollins/Westview Press, Aug 1996] ISBN 0-8133-2899-3 William Harrison: * Roller Ball Murder [Morrow, 1974] 13 stories a.k.a. Roller Ball [Warner, 1975] {film hotlink to be done} Eric L. Harry: Locus/Contento lists: * Society of the Mind [HarperCollins, 1996; HarperPaperbacks, May 1997] ISBN 0-06-109615-6 Techno-thriller about psycho supercomputer, title based on a Marvin Minsky nonfiction book Ray Harryhausen (1920-): important animator/special effects pioneer/filmmaker {to be done} Christopher Hart: British SF author/editor: Locus/Contento lists: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Anthology Edited: * The Pseudo-Nymph: An Anthology of NSFA Member Magazines [Chris Hart, Dec 1991] ISBN 0-9517848-0-3, £2.25 6 short stories + 4 poems + 1 vignette + 1 article selected from the six founder magazines of the "New SF Alliance". Available from: Christopher Hart 16 Walker Avenue Great Lever, BOLTON, BL3 2DU England Ellis Hart, pseudonym of Harlan Ellison James V. Hart: * Bram Stoker's Dracula (see co-author Fred Saberhagen) John Hart: Locus/Contento lists: * Jizz [Black Swan, Apr 1992] ISBN 0-552-99487-1, £5.99, 285pp, trade paperback, Literary SF about 21st-century Brighton Eric C. Hartlep: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Christine Hartley, pseudonym of Christine Campbell Thomson James A. Hartley: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America resident in England e-mail James A. Hartley L. P. Hartley, full name Leslie Poles Hartley (1895-1972): British * Night Fears and Other Stories [1924] story collection * The Killing Bottle [1932] story collection * The Travelling Grave [Arkham House, 1948] Fantasy/Horror story collection * The Go-Between [1953] nongenre * The White Wand and Other Stories [1954] story collection * Facial Justice [Doubleday, 1961; Science Fiction Book Club; Curtis] * Two for the River [1961] story collection * the "Eustace and Hilda" trilogy: * The Shrimp and the Anemone [1944; US: as "The West Window", 1945] * The Sixth Heaven [1946] * Eustace and Hilda [1947] * Miss Carteret Receives and Other Stories [1971] story collection * The Complete Short Stories of L. P. Hartley [1973] 2 volumes, story collection Malcolm Hartley, pseudonym of John Russell Fearn Darlene Hartman: see pseudonym Simon Lang Norman E. Hartman: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Norman E. Hartman book review column plus some nonfiction articles e-mail Norman E. Hartman e-mail Norman E. Hartman Rachel R. Hartman: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Rachel R. Hartman: {address removed at author request 5 Apr 2000} Rachel R. Hartman Rachel R. Hartman William K. Hartman, full name William Kenneth Hartman (1939- ): space scientist/artist/author: Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books: * The Grand Tour: A Traveler's Guide to the Solar System (see co-author Ronald Miller) * In the Stream of Stars: The Soviet/American Space Art Book (co-editors Andrei Sokolov, Ronald Miller, Vitaly Myagkov) [Workman, Dec 1990] ISBN 0-89480-705-6 $19.95, 183pp, trade paperback, Paul Hudson cover full-color space art book with Ray Bradbury intro * Mars Underground [Tor, July 1997] ISBN 0-312-86342-X Mars exploration + vanished martians (his first novel) * Out of the Cradle: Exploring the Frontiers Beyond Earth (co-authors Pamela Lee, Ronald Miller) [Workman, 1984] ISBN 0-89480-770-6 HARD SCIENCE FICTION Text + Art John Hartridge: * Binary Divine [Doubleday, 1969; Playboy] * Earthjacket [Walker, 1970] David G. Hartwell, full name David Geddes Hartwell (1941-): major SF/Fantasy/Horror editor of books and magazines Books Authored: * Age of Wonders: Exploring the World of Science Fiction [Walker, Dec 1984] ISBN 0-8027-0808-0, $15.95, 205pp, hardcover Non-fiction [McGraw-Hill, Nov 1985] ISBN 0-07-026963-7, $3.95, 224pp, paperback expanded edition of criticism/history, with new text on 101 "best" SF novels and outlines/bibliographies for academic courses Books Edited: * Age of Wonders [Tor, Oct 1996] ISBN 0-312-86235-0, $15.95, 319pp, trade paperback Even more-revised edition of an earlier exploration of SF, with updated appendices * The Ascent of Wonder: The Evolution of Hard SF (co-editor Kathryn Cramer) [Tor, June 1994] ISBN 0-312-85062-X, $35.00, 990pp, hardcover Anthology of 67 SF stories, intros by each of the editors plus Gregory Benford see: HARD SCIENCE FICTION [Science Fiction Book Club #05435, Oct 1994], $17.98, 990pp, hardcover [Tor/Orb, Sep 1997] ISBN 0-312-85509-5, $27.95, 990pp, trade paperback Harvey: SF/Fantasy movies [1950] {to be done} William F. Harvey, full name William Fryer Harvey (1885-1937): British journalist/author: * The Midnight House and Other Tales [1910] story collection * The Beast with Five Fingers and Other Tales [1928] story collection title story filmed [1946] hotlink {to be done} * Moods and Tenses [1933] story collection * Caprimulgus [1936] children's story * We Were Seven [1936] autobiography * The Arm of Mrs.Egan and Other Stories [1952] story collection (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.455) J. Gustav Hasford, full name J. Gustav Hasford (1947-1993): * The Short-Timers [1979] Vietnam Horror adapted by Stanlet Kubrick to film "Full Metal Jacket" [1987] * The Phantom Blooper [1990] semi-sequel to The Short-Timers (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.455) Henry Hasse: * The Stars Will Wait [Avalon, 1968] Kenneth Hassler: * The Dream Squad [Lennox Hill, 1970] * The Glass Cage [Arcadia, 1970] * A Message from Earth [Lennox Hill, 1970] * Destination Terra [Lennox Hill, 1970] * Intergalactic Agent [Lennox Hill, 1971] * The Multiple Man [Lennox Hill, 1972] David Hast: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Hudson Hastings, pseudonym of Henry Kuttner & C. L. Moore (word-play on New York state town of Hastings-on-Hudson) Gerald Hatch, pseudonym of Dave Foley: * The Day the Earth Froze [Monarch, 1963] Daniel Hatch, in Summer 1997 returned as an Active member to Science Fiction Writers of America Richard Hatch @ Dragon*Con actor: "Apollo" on Battlestar Galactica Wilhelm Hauff (1802-1827): Fantasy author of GERMANY * Liechtenstein [1826] supernatural historical romance * Memoiren des Satan ["The Memoirs of Satan"] [1825-1826] satire * other stories {to be done} (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.455) Glenn Hauman: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Glenn Hauman Haunted: inhabited by ghosts {to be done}; the haunting as such is a fictionalization of aspects of memory and repression Haunt of Horror: see Magazines Haunts: see Magazines Gerhart Hauptmann (1862-1946): playwright/author of GERMANY winner of 1912 Nobel Prize for Literature Fantasy Novels: {to be done} (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.456) Virginia Haviland (1911-1988): British Fantasy author, see Raymond Briggs (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.456) Jan Havlasa (1883-1964): Fantasy author of CZECHOSLOVAKIA {to be done} (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.456) Simon Hawke, pseudonym of Nicholas Valentin Yermakov, now his legal name (1951-): {to be done} Corinne Cullen Hawkins: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Corinne Cullen Hawkins Allan Hawkwood, pseudonym of H. Bedford-Jones Julian Hawthorne (1846-1934): son of Nathaniel Hawthorne, father of Hildegarde Hawthorne; Fantasy/Gothic/Supernatural/Swedenborgian author resident in London (although American); also edited various anthologies; said to have a disproportionately tangled bibliography (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.456) Hildegarde Hawthorne (1871-1864): daughter of Julian Hawthorne, granddaughter of Nathaniel Hawthorne: * Faded Garden: The Collected Ghost Stories of Hildegarde Hawthorne [ed. Jessica Amanda Salmonson, 1985] story collection Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864): Major American novelist and short story author, highly influential in literary and genre worlds, notebooks show experimental writings which are post-modernist over a century ahead of their time; many of his stories are easily classified as either Fantasy or Science Fiction today; many of his works have been adapted for the screen, most notably "The Scarlet Letter" (his 1850 mainstream novel with hallucinatory episodes) and "The House of the Seven Gables" (his 1851 novel which trembles on the edge of Gothic without ever crossing over to the supernatural): * Twice-Told Tales [1837; expanded to 2 volumes, 1842] story collection, Fate * Mosses from and Old Manse [1864; expanded 1854] story collection 2 most famous stories: * "Young Goodman Brown" [1835] * "Rappaccini's Daughter" [1844] clearly science fiction * The Snow-Image and Other Twice-Told Tales [1852] story collection * A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys [1852] story collection: Greek myths * Tanglewood Tales for Girls and Boys [1853] story collection: Greek myths * The Ghost of Doctor Harris [1900] * The Complete Short Stories of Nathaniel Hawthorne [1959] 72 stories * The Celestial Railroad and Other Stories [1963] story collection * The Elixer of Life Manuscripts [1977] omnibus edition equivalent of Volume 13 of the Collected Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne IMMORTALITY: Those who live forever, or try to * Young Goodman Brown and Other Short Stories [1992] story collection Some interesting commentary on Hawthorne as a Science Fiction author in H. Bruce Franklin {to be done} Rainey Hawthorne, pseudonym of Mrs. J. H. Riddell Timothy Hay, pseudonym of Margaret Wise Brown Theresa Nielsen Hayden: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Theresa Nielsen Hayden Gary Kim Hayes @ Dragon*Con A prize winner from L. Ron Hubbard's Writers of the Future Ralph Hayes: * The Visiting Moon [Lennox Hill, 1971] Timothy Hayes, pseudonym of John Russell Fearn John R. Haynes, pseudonym of Philip Wilding Steve Haynie @ Dragon*Con top comix letterer Paul Hazel (1944-): teacher/Fantasy author: * the "Finnbranch" Celtic Fantasy series: * Yearwood [1980] * Undersea [1982] * Winterking [1985] * The Finnbranch [London: 1985] omnibus edition * The Wealdwife's Tale [1993] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.458) William Hazel, pseudonym of Margaret St.Clair Horace Hazeltine, pseudonym of Charles Stokes Wayne Wilton Hazzard, pseudonym of Margaret St.Clair Return to Authors H Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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H.D.: pseudonym of Hilda Doolittle (1886-1961): Switzerland-resident US author, novelist, playwright, leader of the Imagist school of poetry * Helen in Egypt [1961] epic poetry, FEMINIST spin on Trojan War legends Matthew Head, pseudonym of John Canaday Denise Lopes Heald: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Denise Lopes Heald Healing: in Fantasy, (1) the magical equivalent of high-tech biomedical technology; (2) more generally, see Eucatastrophe E. F. Heard: * The Doppelgangers [Vanguard, 1947; Ace, 1966] Gerald Heard, pseudonym of Henry Fitzgerald Heard (1889-1971): * A Taste of Honey [1941] a.k.a. "A Taste of Murder", Sherlock Holmes filmed as "The Deadly Bees" [1966] * The Great Fog and Other Weird Tales [1944] * The Lost Cavern and Other Tales of the Fantastic [1948] * The Black Fox: A Tale of the Seventies [1950] * Gabriel and the Creatures [1952] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.458) H. F. Heard: pseudonym of Henry Fitzgerald Heard (a.k.a. Gerald Heard) Lafcadio Hearn, full name Patricio Lafcadio Tessima Carlos Hearn (1850-1904): Born in GREECE, this American author is best known for the series of superb collections of retellings of the Fantasy and Horror stories of JAPAN
{to be done} Eldon Heath, house name and pseudonym of August W. Derleth Peter Heath, pseudonym of Peter Fine: * Assassins from Tomorrow [Lancer, 1967] * Men Who Die Twice [Lancer, 1968] * The Mind Brothers [Lancer, 1967] Heaven: where Jehovah lives, as recounted in the earliest Jewish writings (see ISRAEL and JEWISH SCIENCE FICTION) and by 2nd Century BC writings had been extended into the place that all good peoples' souls will go after the Last Judgment (see Apocalypse), also where the Angels live (see Angels), and a place slightly dull because the most interesting dead folks have gone to Hell (see Hell); central location (even if mostly offstage) in the subgenre of Christian Fantasy; see C. S. Lewis, Dante. See: THEOLOGY Heaven Can Wait: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1943; 1978] Heavy Metal: see Magzines page Christian Friedrich Hebbel: Listed here for "Gyges and His Ring" [1855]. In this verse drama, based on a story by Herodotus (which also influenced J.R.R. Tolkien), King Kandanles of Lydia is proud of the attractiveness of his wife, Queen Rhodope, as he is of his other possessions. The King invites young Gyges to view her unclothed beauty, since Gyges possesses a magic ring which renders him invisible in the bedchamber. he Queen, however, learns of the affront, demands of Gyges that King Kandanles die by his hand, after which he is to become her husband. He carries out the plot, but the Queen takes her own life after the marriage. The entire action is permeated by an overhwlming sense of conflict, and exhbits Hebbel's preoccupation with the complications of psychological motivations. Other Works: * Maria Magdalena [1846] * Herod and Marianne [1850] * The Nibelungs [1862] dramatic recasting of the old Germanic epic Ben Hecht (1893-1964): major American journalist/novelist/playwright/screenwriter * Fantazius Mallare: A Mysterious Oath [1922] see Decadent * The Kingdom of Evil: a Continuation of the Journal of Fantazius Mallare [1924] * The Florentine Dagger [1923] Mystery/Detective * A Book of Miracles [1939] story collection * Miracle in the Rain [1943] filmed [1954] * Spellbound [1945] screenplay for Alfred Hitchcock-directed film * The Spectre of the Rose [1946] screenplay, film directed by Ben Hecht * The Scoundrel [1935] co-author Noel Coward Jeff Hecht: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America, Member National Association of Science Writers Jeff Hecht home page Jeff Hecht@sff.net optics consultant, magazine editor, science writer and science fiction writer. * Boston Correspondent: New Scientist magazine * Contributing Editor: Laser Focus World, WDM Solutions Science Fiction/Fantasy includes: * "The Princess and the P6" [Datamation, April 1976] * "Lifeboat" [New Dimensions 8, ed. Robert Silverberg, New York: Harper & Row, 1978] * "Crossing the Wastelands" [New Dimensions 9, ed. Robert Silverberg New York: Harper & Row, 1979] * "On 202" [Twilight Zone, Dec. 1981; reprinted in Year's Best Horror Stories X, ed. Karl Edward Wagner ed.; in New England Ghosts, ed. Frank D. McSherry Jr., Charles G. Waugh and Martin H. Greenberg; and in Great American Ghost Stories, ed. Frank D. McSherry Jr., Charles G. Waugh and Martin H. Greenberg] * "Saratoga Winter" [Twilight Zone, Oct 1982] * "Extinction Theory" [Analog, March 1989] * "Boxes" [After Hours, Autumn 1990] * "Rehearsals for Retirement" [Analog, mid-Dec 1990, now available on Mind's Eye] * "Aunt Horrible's Last Visit" [Vampires, ed. Jane Yolen and Martin H. Greenberg] * "The Greenhouse Papers" [Analog, November 1991, now available on Mind's Eye] * "The Number of the Beast" [Alien Pregnant By Elvis, ed. Esther Freisner and Martin Greenberg Eds., DAW, 1994] * "Engineering Reality" in the on-line Galaxy * "A Life of Its Own" [Analog, January 1997] * "The Awful Truth" [Middle Georgia Web Magazine] * "The Saucer Man" Interzone, August 1997

* "The Crystal Highway" [forthcoming in the new magazine Odyssey] e-mail Jeff Hecht new SFF.net mail e-mail Jeff Hecht new personal mail e-mail Jeff Hecht old e-mail Jeff Hecht no longer reliable Peter J. Heck: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Peter J. Heck Vince Heffler: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Florence Parry Heide (1919-): Children's fantasist (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.460) Merrilee Heifetz: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Vice President, Writers' House, Inc. Michael Heim: * Aswan [Knopf, 1972; Paperback Library] Heinrich Heine: 2nd greatest German lyric poet, blood-relative of Your Humble Webmaster. More on this later... William Heine: * Death Wind [Pyramid, 1976] Brandy Heineman, a sophomore at Pickens High School, Jasper, Georgia, made a first science fiction sale of "Vera's October" to Tomorrow SF, Feb 1997 Robert Anson Heinlein: Robert Anson Heinlein, born 7 July 1907 in Butler, Missouri, 3rd of seven children of Bam Lyle Heinlein and Rex Ivar Heinlein. Moved to Kansas City, MO, during childhood. Attended a local junior high school, then Central High School in Kansas City, then a year at a junior college. Gained appointment from Senator James Reed to enter United States Naval Academy (where his next older brother had gone) in 1925. Graduated United States Naval Academy and was commissioned in 1929. Served aboard the Lexington under Captain E. J. King (later commander in chief of U.S. Navy during World War II). Tranferred as gunnery officer to the destroyer Roper. Contracted tuberculosis, was cured, and then retired (involuntarily) from active duty. At age 27, he needed to supplement his small veteran's pension. He worked as a silver miner, political campaigner and editor, real estate salesman, studied engineering further, and then entered a writing contest with his first story, "Life-Line", and his astonishing career as an author began. He worked at the Philadelphia Naval Air Experimental Station, where he came extremely close to getting the Navy into spaceflight, twice having his prposals killed, once by the head of the Philadelphia Naval Air Experimental Station, and once when President Truman was misinformed at a Cabinet meeting. He was married for the first time, wrote juvenile novels and stories for the "slick" magazines such as the Saturday Evening Post. His novel "Space Cadet" (Scribners, 1948) turned into the television series "Tom Corbett: Space Cadet" -- see my website on Science Fiction Television. TELEVISION He co-authored the screenplay of the classic film "Destination Moon", and then was divorced in 1947. Shortly afterwards, he married Virginia Heinlein, who had worked in his section in Philadelphia. He received four Hugo Awards for Best Novel of the Year: * Double Star, 1956 * Starship Troopers, 1959 * Stranger in a Strange Land, 1962 * The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, 1966 He also won the first Grand Master Nebula Award of the Science Fiction Writers of America, the Sequoyah Award for the best children's novel of the year (Have Space Suit--Will Travel), many awards for blood drives, and a posthumous NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal. "A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, con a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly. Specialization is for insects." Robert A. Heinlein Robert A. Heinlein The Dean of American Science Fiction authors "The Puppet Masters" (1951) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle "The Door Into Summer" (1957) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle "Have Spacesuit-- Will Travel" (1958) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle In the 1976 Locus poll, asking readers to nominate their favorite author, Robert A. Heinlein came in #1 (with 297 votes), tieing his leadership position with a similar poll in 1973, a 1971 poll in P. Schuyler Miller's book review column in Analog, and ranking #2 in the 1966 Analog poll. Regarding "Job: A Comedy of Justice" [1984] see "Afterlife" in: THEOLOGY Robert A. Heinlein: This item from Robert A. Heinlein was read as a speech by Robert A. Heinlein's widow, Virginia Heinlein, when he was posthumously awarded NASA's Distinguished Public Service Medal on October 6, 1988. It was written in 1952, but its truths remain essentially unchanged. THIS I BELIEVE "I am not going to talk about religious beliefs but about matters so obvious that it has gone out of style to mention them. I believe in my neighbors. I know their faults, and I know that their virtues far outweigh their faults. "Take Father Michael down our road a piece. I'm not of his creed, but I know that goodness and charity and lovingkindness shine in his daily actions. I believe in Father Mike. If I'm in trouble, I'll go to him." "My next-door neighbor is a veterinary doctor. Doc will get out of bed after a hard day to help a stray cat. No fee--no prospect of a fee--I believe in Doc. "I believe in my townspeople. You can know on any door in our town saying, 'I'm hungry,' and you will be fed. Our town is no exception. I've found the same ready charity everywhere. But for the one who says, 'To heck with you - I got mine,' there are a hundred, a thousand who will say, "Sure, pal, sit down." "I know that despite all warnings against hitchhikers I can step up to the highway, thumb for a ride and in a few minutes a car or a truck will stop and someone will say, 'Climb in Mac - how far you going?' "I believe in my fellow citizens. Our headlines are splashed with crime yet for every criminal there are 10,000 honest, decent, kindly men. If it were not so, no child would live to grow up. Business could not go on from day to day. Decency is not news. It is buried in the obituaries, but is a force stronger than crime. I believe in the patient gallentry of nurses and the tedious sacrifices of teachers. I believe in the unseen and unending fight against desperate odds that goes on quietly in almost every home in the land. "I believe in the honest craft of workmen. Take a look around you. There never were enough bosses to check up on all that work. From Independence Hall to the Grand Coulee Dam, these things were built level and square by craftsmen who were honest in their bones. "I believe that almost all politicians are honest. . .there are hundreds of politicians, low paid or not paid at all, doing their level best without thanks or glory to make our system work. If this were not true we would never have gotten past the 13 colonies. "I believe in Rodger Young. You and I are free today because of endless unnamed heroes from Valley Forge to the Yalu River. I believe in -- I am proud to belong to -- the United States. Despite shortcomings from lynchings to bad faith in high places, our nation has had the most decent and kindly internal practices and foreign policies to be found anywhere in history. "And finally, I believe in my whole race. Yellow, white, black, red, brown. In the honesty, courage, intelligence, durability, and *goodness* of the overwhelming majority of my brothers and sisters everywhere on this planet. I am proud to be a human being. I believe that we have come this far by the skin of our teeth. That we *always* make it just by the skin of our teeth, but that we will always make it. Survive. Endure. I believe that this hairless embryo with the aching, oversize brain case and the opposable thumb, this animal barely up from the apes will *endure*. Will *endure* longer than his home planet -- will spread out to the stars and beyond, carrying with him his honesty and his insatiable curiosity, his unlimited courage and his noble essential decency. "This I believe with all my heart." [Mrs. Heinlein received a standing ovation.] Peter Held, pseudonym of Jack Vance Hell: from the Norse "Hel" (a.k.a. Niflheim), a shadowy locale for the afterlife, similar to "Hades" (Greek myth) and "Sheol" (Hebrew myth); Zoroaster invented the universal place of punishment for all human souls (it was cryonically cold) and Jewish theologians (see "Apocalypse") adopted the concept, albeit thermodynamically reversed to the flaming "Gehenna." Early Christian and Mohammedan theologians followed suit, staffing Hell with "Satan" and his junta of fallen "Angels" cast out of "Heaven." See: THEOLOGY See also "Dante." See: * The History of Hell, Alice K. Turner [1993] Cord Heller, pseudonym of William Rotsler Hellraiser: see Clive Barker; SF/Fantasy Movies [1987, 1988, 1992] Cheryl Helm@sff.net Mark Helprin (1947-): Mainstream/Fantasy/SF author: * A Dove of the East and Other Stories [1975] story collection * Refiner's Fire: The Life and Adventures of Marshall Pearl, a Foundling [1977] * Ellis Island and Other Stories [1981] story collection * Winter's Tale [1983] major Urban Fantasy of New York City (recommended) * Swan Lake [1989] * A Soldier of the Great War [1991] James Helvick, pseudonym of Claud Cockburn Jason Henderson: Jason Henderson's Home Page Books: * Abominations (Incredible Hulk) [Boulevard, July 1997] Mass Market Paperback ISBN 1-572-97273-4 * Highlander: The Element of Fire [Warner Books, Oct 1995] Mass Market Paperback ISBN 0-446-60283-3 * The Iron Thane [Baen Books, Jan 1994] Mass Market Paperback ISBN 0-671-72203-4 * The Spawn of Loki [Pocket Books, Dec 1994] Mass Market Paperback ISBN 0-671-87635-X Zenna Henderson: The People Zenna Henderson: Index to at least 40 publications * The Anything Box [Doubleday, 1965; Avon] 14 stories * Holding Wonder [Doubleday, 1965; Avon] 20 stories * "The People" series: * Pilgrimage: The Book of the People [Doubleday, 1961; Avon] * The People: No Different Flesh [Doubleday, 1967; Avon] 6 stories Walter B. Hendrickson, Jr.: * Class G-Zero [Major, 1976] Howard V. Hendrix: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Bachelor's degree in Biology; Master's and Ph.D. in English literature. He and his wife, Laurel, live in central California. Books (Fiction): * Lightpaths [Ace Books, Sep 1997] * Standing Wave [Ace, Sep 1998] * Better Angels [Ace, forthcoming Nov 1999] Short Fiction: * {to be done} Books (Nonfiction): * The Ecstasy of Catastrophe [pub?, 1990] a study of apocalyptic elements in English literature from Langland to Milton * Reliable Rain [pub?, 1998] co-author Stuart Straw, how-to book on landscape irrigation e-mail Howard V. Hendrix Tom Henighan, pseudonym of Thomas Joseph Henighan (1934-): professor and author, US-born, of CANADA * "Tarzan and Rima: The Myth and the Message" [Riverside Quarterly, 1969] nonfiction * "Natural Space in Literature" [1980] nonfiction * Tourists from Algol: Stories of the Unexpected [1983] story collection, SF/Fantasy * The Well of Time [London: 1988] Fantasy * Strange Attractors [1991] story collection, Dark Fantasy * Home Planet [1994] Poetry Anthologies Edited: * Brave New Universe [1980] nonfiction (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.462) Charles Henneberg, actual name also used as pseudonym by wife Nathalie Charles-Henneberg Alan Henry: pseudonym of John W. Jakes (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.462) Marion Henry, pseudonym of Lester del Rey O. Henry, pseudonym of William S. Porter Will Henry, pseudonym of Henry Allen J. L. Hensley: * The Black Roads [Laser, 1976] Jim Henson, full name James Maury Henson (1936-1990): major film/TV director/producer animator/puppeteer whose production company is now part of the Disney empire. I first met Jim Henson in person while I was in elementary school, in a series of class trips which included a performance by Leonard Bernstein. Thus I will always see the two charismatic artists in my mind, equally talented, equally polymath, equally driven (and, by hearsay, equally gay). Major SF/Fantasy TV/Film: * An American Werewolf in London [1981] * The Dark Crystal [1982] Director/Story * Labyrinth [1986] Director/Story Other TV/Film: * Sesame Street [TV: 1969-] the Muppets were by Jim Henson * The Muppet Show [TV: 1976-1981] "Pigs in Space" was an SF spoof * Fraggle Rock [TV: 1983-1988] * The Muppet Movie [1979] * The Great Muppet Caper [1981] * The Muppets Take Manhattan [1984] * Hey, You're as Funny as Fozzie Bear! [1988] Director/Story * Mother Goose Stories [1988] Director/Story * Neat Stuff to Know and Do [1988] Director/Story * Peek a Boo [1988] Director/Story * Wow, You're a Cartoonist [1988] Director/Story * The Muppet Christmas Carol [1992] posthumous Rich Henshaw: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America, no known home page e-mail Rich Henshaw Joe L. Hensley: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Vaughan Heppner: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Hera: Goddess Brian Herbert: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Brian Herbert @ AlphaRalpha Bruce C. Herbert, author son of Frank Herbert, died age 41 in 1993 Frank Herbert @ AlphaRalpha Museum Arrakeen - to be done Dune II Mush - to be done "Dune" (1965) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle In the 1976 Locus poll, asking readers to nominate their favorite author, Frank Herbert came in #19 (with 40 votes). James Herbert (1943-): British Horror/Dark fantasy author * The Fog [Signet, 1975] * The Rats [Signet, 1975] * The Survivor [Signet, 1976] * Fluke [1977] * The Spear [1978] Hitler gets the Christ-slashing Spear of Destiny * Lair [1979] * The Dark [1980] * The Jonah [1981] * Shrine [1983] * Dominion [1984] * The Magic Cottage [1986] ghosts * Sepulchre [1987] * Creed [1990] * Portent [1992] * The City [1994] graphic novel, illustrator Ian Miller * the "David Ash" supernatural Detective series: * Haunted [1988] * The Ghosts of Sleath [1994] Mary H. Herbert: Fantasy author * the "Gabria" series: * Dark Horse [1990] * Lightning's Daughter [1991] * Valorian [1993] * City of Sorcerers [1994] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.462) Herbie: Volkswagen with intelligence and attitude, see SF/Fantasy Movies [1969, 1974, 1977, 1980]; briefly spun off as TV series "The Love Bug" [1982] Here Comes Mr. Jordan: see SF/Fantasy Movies [1941], based on stage play "Heaven Can Wait" (by Harry Segall); which is the title of the recent film remake. The Heretic: a.k.a. Exorcist II, see SF/Fantasy Movies [1977] A. J. Heritage, pseudonym of Hazel I. W. Addis Martin Heritage, pseudonym of Sydney Horler Paul G. Herkart: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Herm: a.k.a. Hermes William Herman : pseudonym of Ambrose Bierce (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.463) Hermes: Greek Mythology, a.k.a. "Mercury" (Roman mythology), the Gods' Federal Express service, winged-sandals and cadeuceus, also regulated thieves and doctors, disguises self as Harlequin (see Commedia Dell'Arte), and was father of Hermaphroditus (mythic bisexuality/gender confusion figure) Hermes (Mercurius) was the messenger of the Gods, and the God of Thieves. As such, he was the patron of people going on journeys, including (as psychopomp) through Hades. He has a Trickster aspect, can communicate with mortals through Dreams, and is often associated with difficult choices. E. M. Forster was fascinated with Hermes, and used him in several short works of fiction. He appears in Thomas Mann's "Death in Venice" [1913] as a symbol of homosexual epiphany and guidance to death and/or an Afterlife. In Commedia Dell'Arte he is the God underlying the character of Harlequin. See: THEOLOGY Herne the Hunter: Celtic Mythology, a.k.a. Cernonnos, stag's-horned, god of the Forest, ruthlessly suppressed by Christianity who deemed him evil and adopted his horns for "Satan." See: THEOLOGY HEROIC FANTASY: also known as "Swords & Sorcery" E. & H. Heron, pseudonym of H. Hesketh Prichard (1876-1922) & Kate Pritchard (1851-1935) (mother of H. Hesketh): * the "Don Q" bandit adventurer series * the "November Joe" backwoods Detective of CANADA * the "Flaxman Low" supernatural Detective series arguably the first of its sub-genre, Sherlock Holmes-influenced * 12 Real Ghost Stories [1898-1899] Edward Heron-Allen: the actual name, sometimes used, of the author who more often uses the pseudonym Christopher Blayre (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.464) Thornecliffe Herrick, pseudonym of Jerome Bixby, others George Herriman, full name George Joseph Herriman (1880-1944): important comix artist/author of "Krazy Kat" [1913-1944] Anthony Herring, nothing on the web Gary Wayne Herring: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America John Hersey, died 1993 at age 78, Pulitzer Prize winner for fiction (A Bell for Adono), famous for nonfiction series in The New Yorker later published as the book "Hiroshima", best known to science fiction audiences for the genre novels: * White Lotus [Knopf, 1965; Bantam] * The Child Buyer [Knopf, 1960; Bantam] * My Petition for More Space [Knopf, 1974; Science Fiction Book Club; Bantam] Morris Hershman: * Shareworld [Walker, 1972] a.k.a. The Crash of 2086 [Major, 1976] Fritz Von Herzmanovsky-Orlano (1877-1954): Fantasy author of AUSTRIA (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.465) Arthur Herzog: * The Swarm [Simon & Schuster, 1974; Signet] * Heat [Simon & Schuster, 1975] Richard Hescox (1949-): Fantasy/comix illustrator (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.465) Hesperides: see LOST LANDS/LOST RACE: neoprimitive place/people discovered Hermann Hesse (1877-1962): major mainstream/supernatural/Fantasy author, born in GERMANY , resident of and citizen of SWITZERLAND: hotlink {to be done} Winner of 1946 Nobel Prize in Literature {to be done} Jerry Hewett: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Jerry Hewett Harrington Hext, pseudonym of Eden Phillpotts Victor D. Heywood: * Prison Planet [Papillon, 1974] Return to Authors H Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents


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H. B. Hickey, pseudonym of Herb Livingston T. Earl Hickey: * The Time Chariot [Avaol, 1966] Tracy Raye Hickman: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Tracy Raye Hickman Philip E. High: * Invader on My Back [Ace, 1968] * The Mad Metropolis [Ace, 1966] * No Truce with Terra [Ace, 1964] * The Prodigal Sun [Ace, 1964] * Reality Forbidden [Ace, 1967] * These Savage Futurians [Ace, 1967] * The Time Mercenaries [Ace, 1968] * Twin Planets [Paperback Library, 1967] Dora Highland, pseudonym of Michael Avallone Albert Higon, pseudonym of Michel Jeury & Pierre Marlson Greg & Tim Hildebrandt @ Dragon*Con top brothers team in SF art, many book covers and movie posters (Star Wars) David C. Hill & Albert Fay Hill: * The Deadly Messiah [Avon, 1977] Ernest Hill: * Pity About Earth [Ace, 1968] Greg Addison Hill: Member of Horror Writers of America Greg Addison Hill H. Haverstock Hill, pseudonym of J. M. Walsh John Hill: * The Long Sleep [Popular, 1975] King Hill, pseudonym of Bernard Glemser Nicholas Hill's page for Dan Dare, 1950s/1960s British comic book hero e-mail Nicholas Hill Latham Hilliard, pseudonym of the late William Rotsler James Hilton: * Lost Horizon [Morrow, 1933; Pocket] genre: Lost Lands/Lost Races Nathan Hindin, pseudonym of Robert Bloch & Nathan Hindin Muriel Hine, pseudonym of Mrs. Sydney Coxon Connie Hirsch: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Connie Hirsch@sff.net e-mail Connie Hirsch Alfred Hitchcock, pseudonym of Robert Arthur Feder, Peter Haining, Harold Q. Masur (ghost editors) William Hjortsberg: * Gray Matters [Simon & Schuster, 1971; Pocket] Return to Authors H Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Russell Hoban {to be done} "Riddley Walker" (1980) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle other books include: * The Lion of Boaz-Jachin and Jachin-Boaz [Stew & Day, 1973; Pocket] Robin Hobb: pseudonym of Megan Lindholm for these books: * Assassin's Quest * Assassin's Apprentice * Royal Assassin Under her own name, Megan Lindholm is an excellent fantasist, with 7-9 books under the name Megan Lindholm, for whom I have the honor of having made her very first Nebula Award recommendation. Buckkeep: a good site to get all the details about her and her writing. e-mail Megan Lindholm Edward D. Hoch, born Rochester NY, 22 Feb 1930, son of Earl George Hoch and Alice Mary Dentinger, married Patricia McMahon 5 June 1957; author: The Shattered Raven, 1969 The Transvection Machine, 1971 The Fellowship of the Hand, 1973 The Frankenstein Factory, 1975 The Thefts of Nick Velvet, 1978 All But Impossible, 1981 The Quests of Simon Ark, 1984 Leopold's Way, 1985 Editor: Dear Dead Days, 1972 Best Detective Stories of the Year, 1976-81 Year's Best Mystery & Suspense Stories, 1982-87 Student 1947-49 University of Rochester; Publicity Writer 1954-68 Hutchins Advertising Co.; Freelance writer 1968-present; Served 1950-52 with U.S. Army; Member Mystery Writers of America (Edgar Award 1968, president 1982-83), Authors Guild, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America. Science fiction books include: * The Transvection Machine [Walker, 1971; Pocket] * The Fellowship of the Hand [Walker, 1973] Christopher Hodder-Williams: * Chain Reaction [Doubleday, 1959] * The Egg-Shaped Thing [Putnam, 1967; Science Fiction Book Club] * The Main Experiment [Putnam, 1965; Science Fiction Book Club; Ballentine Books] * The Prayer Machine [St.Martins, 1977] Robert Hodge: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Robert Hodge Patricia Christine Hodgell, born Des Moines IA, 16 Mar 1951, daughter of Robert Overman Hodgell and Lois Adele Partridge, author: God Stalk, 1982 Dark of the Moon, 1985 numerous stories in anthologies (often as P.C. Hodgell); B.A. 1973 Eckard College; M.A. 1976 University of Minnesota at Minneapolis; Ph.D. 1987 University of Minnesota at Minneapolis; lecturer 1981-85 University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh; Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America David C. Hodgkins, pseudonym of Algis Budrys Pamela D. Hodgson: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Pamela D. Hodgson@sff.net * "A Taste of Success" [Amazing Stories, Winter 1994] * "Bitter Business as the Day" [Amazing Stories, what month?, 1994] * "Do No Harm" [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 * "Crumbs Under Thy Table" [100 Vicious Little Vampire Stories, eds. Stefan Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg, Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1995] ISBN 1-56619-558-6, $7.98, hardcover * "The Canterbury Path" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1995] * "The Age of Maturity" [Blood Muse, eds. Esther M. Friesner and Martin H. Greenberg, Donald I. Fine, 1995] ISBN 1-55611-470-2, $21.95, hardcover e-mail Pamela D. Hodgson: by author's request, this e-mail address has been deleted in the interest of privacy. If you have copied this e-mail address from me, please do the author the courtesy of erasing and not using it. Thank you. William Hope Hodgson (15 Nov 1877-17 Apr 1918): at age 17 went to sea; rose to officer in Merchant Marine; Physical Culture instructor; Officer Training Corps, University of London; Royal Field Artllery; decommisioned due to injury; recommissioned; died at Ypres; influential author of supernatural mystery/detective stories, straight mystery/detective, and bizarre fantasy * The Boats of the Glen Carrig [London: Chapman and Hall, 1907; Ballantine Books Adult Fantasy, 1971] novel * Carnacki, the Ghost-Finder [London: Nash, 1913; Mycroft & Moran, 1947] story collection * The Dream of X [Donald M. Grant, 1977] digest version of The Night Land * The Ghost Pirates [London: Stanley Paul, 1909; Hyperion, 1976] novel * Deep Waters [Arkham, 1967] story collection * The House on the Borderland [London: Chapman and Hall, 1908; Ace, 1962; Freeway] novel * The House on the Borderland and Other Novels [Arkham, 1946] 4 novels * The Night Land [London: Nash, 1912; Hyperion, 1976] novel * Out of the Storm: Uncollected Fantasies [Donald M. Grant, 1975] edited by Sam Moskowitz * 5 books of poetry: * Poems and The Dream of X [London: Watt; New York: Paget, 1912] * Cargunka and Poems and Anecdotes [London: Watt; New York: Paget, 1914] * The Calling of the Sea [London: Selwyn and Blount, 1920] * The Voice of the Ocean [London: Selwyn and Blount, 1921] * Poems of the Sea [London: Ferret Fantasy, 1977] William Hope Hodgson analysis as mystery/detective author @ MGrost Lee Hoffman: * Always the Black Knight [Avon, 1970] * The Caves of Karst [Ballentine Books, 1969] * Telepower [Belmont, 1967] * Change Song [Doubleday, 1972] Nina Kiriki Hoffman: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Nina Kiriki Hoffman James P. [Patrick] Hogan (1941-): Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America James P. Hogan page by his son with extensive biographical and bibliographical information. James P. Hogan @ AlphaRalpha London-born; bed-ridden for 2 years, became compulsive reader; Cardinal Vaughan Grammar School (Kensington); Royal Aircraft Establishment (general engineering, electronics, digital systems); systems engineer; computer salesman to glass, paper, steel manufacturing industries, then ITT, Honeywell, Digital Equipment Corp.; life insurance salemsman; 1977: Senior Sales Training Consultant, Digital Equipment Corp., for minicomputers in science and research; 1979 became full-time writer; Resided in Ireland. Books: * Code of the Lifemaker [1983; Ballantine/Del Rey, Mar 1995] Info + cover art Sample Chapter * Endgame Enigma [Bantam, Aug 1987] hardcover [Bantam, Nov 1988; Apr 1992] paperback Info + cover art * Entroverse [Ballantine/Del Rey, Oct 1991] hardcover [Ballantine/Del Rey, Oct 1992] paperback Info + cover art * The Genesis Machine [Ballantine Books, 19??] Info + cover art * the "Giant" trilogy: * Inherit the Stars [Ballantine Books, 1981?] Info + cover art * Giant's Star [1981; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1985] paperback ISBN 0-345-32720-9 Library of Congress CCN: 80-66570. Cover artist: Darrell K. Sweet Info + cover art * The Gentle Giants of Ganymede [Ballantine/Del Rey, 1978] paperback ISBN 0-345-27375-3, Library of Congress CCN: 78-55478. Cover artist: H. R. Van Dongen Info + cover art * Giants Omnibus "The Minerva Experiment" [Nelson Doubleday/ Science Fiction Book Club, Nov 1982] * The Infinity Gambit [Bantam, Mar 1991] Info + cover art * The Immortality Option [Del Rey, Feb 1995] hardcover Sample Chapter, Info and + art Sequel to "The Code of the Lifemaker" * Minds, Machines and Evolution [Bantam, May 1988] paperback story collection Info + cover art * Mirror Maze [???] Info + cover art * The Multiplex Man [Bantam, Dec 1992, hardcover; Nov 1994, paperback] Info + cover art * Out of Time [Bantam, Dec 1993] paperback Info + cover art * Paths to Otherwhere [???] Info + cover art * The Proteus Operation [Bantam, Oct 1985] hardcover [Nelson Doubleday/Science Fiction Book Club, Oct 1986] paperback [Baen Books, Dec 1996] paperback Info + cover art * Realtime Interrupt [Bantam, Mar 1995] Trade paperback Info + cover art * Thrice Upon a Time [Ballantine Books, 19??] Info + cover art * The Two Faces of Tomorrow [Ballantine/Del Rey, June 1979] paperback ISBN 0-345-27517-9, Library of Congress CCN: 78-66094. Cover artist: Darrell Sweet. Info + cover art * Voyage From Yesteryear [Ballantine/Del Rey, 1982] ISBN 0-345-34246-1 Library of Congress CCN: 81-22890. Cover artist: Darrell K. Sweet. Info + cover art Short Fiction: * "Absolutely Foolproof Alibi" [Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988] * "Assassin" [Stellar 4, May 1978: Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988] * "Down to Earth" [Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988] * "The Fortune Cookie" [Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988] * "Generation Gap" [Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988] * "Identity Crisis" [Stellar 7, Aug 1981] * "Inside Story" [Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988] * "Last Ditch" [Analog, Dec 1992] * "Leapfrog" [Stellar 7, Aug 1981; Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988; What Might Have Been: Alternate Empires I, eds. Gregory Benford and Martin H. Greenberg, 1989] * "Making Light" [Stellar 7, Aug 1981; Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988; Ascent of Wonder, Tor, 1994] * "Merry Gravmas" [Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988; Christmas Magic, Tor, Dec 1994] * "The Pacifist" [Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988] * "Neander-Tale" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1980; Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988] * "Rules Within Rules" [Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988] * "Silver Shoes for a Princess" [Destinies, Vol.1, No.5, Oct 1979; Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988] * "The Sword of Damocles" [Stellar #5, May 1980] * "Till Death Us Do Part" [Stellar #6, Jan 1981; Minds, Machines and Evolution, 1988] * "Zap Thy Neighbor" [How to Save the World, Sep 1995] e-mail James P. Hogan Charles Hogarth, pseudonym of John Creasey Olof Hogberg: here for great Swedish historical novel "The Great Wrath" [1906] This pictures Norrland, the vast forest country between the Dale River in Sweden and the Finnish border, at the end of Sweden's period of greatness, the reign of Charles XI (ending 1697) and that of Charles XII (1718). It is a work of epic proportions, in which tales, legends, and myths abound, with supernatural powers represented by the mystical Gray Hunter of the Angerman country, who constantly intervenes in the destinies of people. The plot of the book is the essentially democratic struggle between the inherited pagan culture of the district and the civilization coming from the outh; or "between the great common people on one side and the officials and clergy on the other." Its central idea is wholly modern, and its interest far beyond the merely literary. Written by a thinker of lowly orgin who understood the peasant's mode of thought, the work reveals both the imagination of the poet and the insight of the scholar. Furthermore, the novel is a rich source for students of folklore, both local and variants of Norwegian and Russian traditions that travelled over the region. Ethnographic and cultural-historical, it describes the breaking up of an age-old society. The value of "The Great Wrath" is enhanced by its archaic style of unusual expressions and constructions which faithfully reproduce the bold, simple speech of the people and the elegant and pompous language of the officials. The novel is a masterpiece of a creative writer, and, along with Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings", the proper model for a sweeping work of cultures and magics in collision. Bill Holbrook @ Dragon*Con Syndicated cartoonist with King Features Syndicate, "On the Fastrack" John Holbrook, pseudonym of Jack Vance Richard Holden: * Snow Fury [Dodd Mead, 1955; Science Fiction Book Club; Permanent] Nancy Holder: Member of Horror Writers of America Nancy Holder Robert P. Holdstock, British author/editor: * Eye Among the Blind * The "Mythago Woods" series {to be done} Grant Holiday, pseudonym of Erle Stanley Gardner Cecilia Holland: * Floating Worlds [Knopf, 1976; Pocket] Linda Holland, pseudonym of the late William Rotsler Hollerbochen, fan pseudonym of Ray Bradbury H. H. Hollis, pseudonym of Ben Ramey J. Hunter Holly, pseudonym of Joan C. Holly (25 Sep 1932-?) American psychologist/author/folklorist with an anthropological/philosphical style. * The Dark Enemy [Avalon, 1965] * The Dark Planet [Avalon, 1962; Macfadden-Bartell] * Death Dolls of Lyra [Manor, 1977] * Encounter [Avalon, 1959; Monarch] * The Flying Eyes [Monarch, 1962] * The Green Planet [Avalon, 1960; Monarch] * The Grey Aliens [Avalon, 1963] * Keeper [Laser, 1976] * The Mind Traders [Avaon, 1966; McFadden-Bartell] * The Running Man [Monarch, 1963] * The Time Twisters [Avon, 1964] * Shepard [Laser, 1977] The following paperback edition was edited and published by my father, Samuel H. Post, for MacFadden-Bartell Corporation, New York: J. Hunter Holly, "The Mind Traders", (60-291, 1967) Rachel E. Holman: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America an editor of Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine e-mail Rachel E. Holman A. R. Holmes, pseudonym of Harry Bates Bruce T. Holmes: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Gordon Holmes, pseudonym of Louis Tracy, Louis Tracy & M. P. Shiel H. H. Holmes, pseudonym of Anthony Boucher (itself a pseudonym of W. A. P. White) John Eric Holmes: * Mahars of Pellucidar [Ace, 1976] Kenyon Holmes, pseudonym of August W. Derleth Conrad G. Holt, pseudonym of John Russell Fearn George Holt, pseudonym of E. C. Tubb Harmony Holt, pseudonym of the late William Rotsler Marilyn J. Holt: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Marilyn J. Holt Victoria Holt, pseudonym of Eleanor Alice Burford Hibbert (1906-?): British * 18 mystery/romance novels as Victoria Holt * 4 mystery/romance novels as Elbur Ford * 3 mystery/romance novels as Philippa Carr * 4 unrelated novels as Victoria Holt * 30 unrelated novels as Eleanor Burford * 70 historical novels as Jean Plaidy * 8 novels as Kathleen Kellow * 5 novels as Ellalice Tate * 10 unrelated novels as Philippa Carr * 6 other novels as Jean Plaidy Leonard Holton, pseudonym of Leonard Wibberley Geoffrey Homes, pseudonym of Daniel Woolrich Geoffrey Homes: pseudonym of Daniel Mainwaring [1902-1978]: born in Dunlap, California; Fresno State College; fruit picker, salesman, private eye, "San Francisco Chronicle" reporter, teacher, publicist, screenwriter (Warner Bros.), scenarist (Paramount), sound effect recorder: * 41 screenplays, many co-authored with Maxwell Shane, Walter Doniger, many other co-authors, including the sci-fi movies: * Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) {film hotlink to be done} * Space Master X-7 (1958) with George Worthing Yates * Atlantis: The Lost Continent (1961) * The Minotaur (1961) with S. Continenza and G. P. Calligari * 13 mystery/detective novels with series characters Robin Bishop (newspaperman), Humphrey Campbell, Jose Manuel Madero including: * Build My Gallows High [New York: Morrow, 1946] which was adapted for the screen as "Out of the Past" -- a mystery/detective classic starring Robert Mitchum and Kirk Douglas HONG KONG Alexandra Elizabeth Honigsberg: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America nothing on the Web? Short Fiction includes: "Nightbird", Unique Magazine "Idee Fixe", in "Blood Muse" (Donald I. Fine) "Duet", in "Angels of Darkness (New York: Doubleday) e-mail Alexandra Elizabeth Honigsberg David M. Honigsberg: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America David M. Honigsberg@sff.net e-mail David M. Honigsberg Daniel Hood: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Daniel Hood Gwenyth Elise Hood, born White Plains NY 10 Dec 1955, daughter of Thomas Arthur Hood and Marion Louise Snee; author: The Coming of the Demons, 1982 Numerous articles, short stories, and poems in anthologies and literary magazines; B.A. 1977 Wellesley College; A.M. 1978 University of Michigan; Ph.D. 1984 University of Michigan; Lecturer 1982-84 Purdue University at West Lafayette IN; Assistant Professor of English 1985-86 Marshall University at Huntington WV; Assistant Professor of English 1986-88 Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine at Hershey PA; received Major Hopwood Prize 1979 University of Michigan; Member MLA, Mythopoeic Society, Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Gwenyth E. Hood Wayne Hooks: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Jacquelyn Hooper: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Ham Hoover: * The Delikon [Viking, 1977] * The Rains of Eridan [Viking, 1977] juvenile Brian Hope, pseudonym of John Creasey George Hopley, pseudonym of Cornell Woolrich Brian A. Hopkins: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; Member of Horror Writers of America Brian A. Hopkins@sff.net Brian Hopkins as listed by HWA e-mail Brian A. Hopkins Casey L. Hopkins: Member of Horror Writers of America Casey L. Hopkins Irene Islington Hopkins (1908-?): Academic romances with a surrealist/fantasy edge, especially "The Ambiguous Barbarian" (London: Blackwell, 1933) and "Hermione and the Halifax Horror" (London: Leslie Frewin, 1954) Peter Horn, house name and pseudonym of David Vern, Henry Kuttner Don Hornbostel: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Don Hornbostel HORROR: that old black magic, the really scary stuff Gillian Horvath: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Gillian Horvath Sharman Horwood: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Foreign Language Training and Research Center Hankuk University, Foreign Studies Seoul, South Korea e-mail Sharman Horwood Phillip Hoskins, pseudonym of Robert Hoskins Robert Hoskins: * Master of the Stars [Laser, 1976] * The Shattered People [Doubleday, 1975] * To Control the Stars [Ballentine Books, 1977] * Tomorrow's Son [Doubleday, 1977] D. A. Houdek: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail D. A. Houdek Harry Houdini, pseudonym of H. P. Lovecraft, Ehrich Weiss, Walter B. Gibson (ghost writers) Claude Houghton, pseudonym of Claude H. Oldfield Ann Miller House: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America, nothing on the web? Brant House, pseudonym of Paul Chadwick Brian House, pseudonym of Robert Ludlum Kilian Houston, pseudonym of John Brunner Robert L. Hovorka, Jr.: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Robert L. Hovorka, Jr. Captain Howard, pseudonym of Lu Senarens Corrie Howard, pseudonym of Julie Jardine John Hayden Howard: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Hayden Howard: * The Eskimo Invasion [Ballentine Books, 1967] Joan Howard, pseudonym of Patricia Gordon Lee A. Howard: Member of Horror Writers of America Lee A. Howard Patrick Howard, pseudonym of Robert E. Howard Robert E. Howard: master of the Heroic Fantasy genre Robert E. Howard Robert E. Howard @ AlphaRalpha Robert E. Howard: The Conan Home Page The Robert E. Howard Archive Mark's Conan The Barbarian Home Page * the "Conan" series: * Conan the Adventurer * Conan of Cimmeria * Conan the Freebooter * Conan the Usurper * Conan the Avenger * Conan the Wanderer * Conan the Warrior * Conan the Conqueror * Conan * others {to be done} * ROBERT E. HOWARD'S POETRY Paul Howard, pseudonym of Henry Treat Sperry Troy Howard, pseudonym of Lauran Paine Warren F. Howard, pseudonym of Frederik Pohl e-mail Robert J. Howe e-mail Robert J. Howe old, invalid? Dave Howell: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Alexandria Digital Literature e-mail Dave Howell Scott Howell, pseudonym of Albert King Jane Howes, pseudonym of Wilmar H. Shiras Del Howison and Sue Duncan: Members of Horror Writers of America Del Howison and Sue Duncan Fred Hoyle [Sir] Fred Hoyle, famous British astronomer, leading sceptic of (and namer of) the "Bing Bang" cosomology and leader of the alternative "Steady State Hypothesis." With Wickramasinghe, originated the theory that bacteria and viruses come from outer space ("panspermia"). Science fiction includes: * A for Andromeda [Harper & Row, 1962; Science Fiction Book Club; Crest; Avon] {TV hotlink to be done} co-author J. Elliott * Andromeda Breakthrough [Harper & Row, 1964; Science Fiction Book Club; Crest] co-author J. Elliott * The Black Cloud [Harper & Row, 1964; Science Fiction Book Club; Signet] * Element 79 [New American Library; Science Fiction Book Club; Signet] 15 stories * October the First is Too Late [Harper & Row, 1966; Science Fiction Book Club; Crest] * Ossian's Ride [Harper & Row, 1959; Science Fiction Book Club; Berkley] * Rockets in Ursa Major [Harper & Row, 1969; Science Fiction Book Club; Crest] co-authored with his son Geoffrey Hoyle * Into Deepest Space [Harper & Row, 1974; Science Fiction Book Club; Signet] co-authored with his son Geoffrey Hoyle * The Incandescent Ones [Harper & Row, 1977; Signet] co-authored with his son Geoffrey Hoyle * Fifth Planet [Harper & Row, 1969; Science Fiction Book Club; Crest; Fawcett Gold Medal] co-authored with his son Geoffrey Hoyle * The Inferno [Harper & Row, 1973; Science Fiction Book Club] co-authored with his son Geoffrey Hoyle * The Molecule Men [Harper & Row, 1971; Science Fiction Book Club] 2 novels in 1 volume, co-authored with his son Geoffrey Hoyle * Seven Steps to the Sun [Harper & Row, 1970; Crest] co-authored with his son Geoffrey Hoyle Return to Authors H Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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L. Ron Hubbard (NOT Scientology, just Science Fiction) L. Ron Hubbard Literary Site L. Ron Hubbard Site (official) Jan Hudson, pseudonym of George H. Smith Jeffrey Hudson, pseudonym of Michael Crichton William Henry Hudson: William Henry Hudson's "Green Mansions" [1904] concerns itself chiefly with the story of Rima, a child of nature, who is discovered in her Guiana jungle solitude by Abel, a sophisticated Venezuelan vagabond from Caracas. She is unspoiled and wild, like the animals, a sort of female equivalent of Tarzan. She knows neither the evil nore guile common to all civilized humans. This gives her supernatural stature in the eyes of the worldly Abel, who falls passionately in love with her. Toward the end, Rima is burned to death by hostile and corrupt native tribesmen, whom, to protect her beloved birds and animals, she had driven from their hunting ground by preying upon their superstitious fears. Abel's dream bursts like a soap bubble. The book's qualities are of a striking and original sort. It has enchantment; its pages are haunted by an unearthly perception of beauty and a wonderment that stirs the imagination. "Green Mansions" is the work of a great naturalist and a poet in prose. In Kensington Garden, London, there is a statue of Rima, by the sculptor Jacob Epstein, erected as a memorial to William Henry Hudson. D.A. Houdek: no known home page, but Prodigy e-mail Adam Hughes @ Dragon*Con comix writer/penciller Colin Hughes, pseudonym of John Creasey Elizabeth Hughes, pseudonym of Hugh Zachary James Hughes: * Ends [Knopf, 1971] Kim Knox Hughes, born Princeton NJ 1 Aug 1953, daughter of Francis T. Chambers and Roselle Lempriere Toland, married Simon Henry Cadman Hughes 27 Oct 1981, contributor to: Fantasy Book, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Moonscape, Space Grits, SPWAO Showcase V; B.A. in Music cum laude 1975 Middlebury College; Ph.D. in Scottish Studies 1980 University of Edinburgh; Member SFWA Marian Hughes: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Marian Hughes Riley Hughes: * The Hills Were Liars [Bruce, 1955; All Saints] Rodney Hughes: * The Dragon Keepers [Popular, 1974] Zach Hughes, pseudonym of Hugh Zachary: * The Book of Rack the Healer [Award, 1973] * The Legend of Mairee [Ballentine Books, 1974] * For Texas and Zed [Popular, 1976] * The St.Francis Effect [Berkley, 1976] * Seed of the Gods [Berkley, 1974] * The Stork Factor [Berkley, 1975] * Tide [Berkley/Putnam, 1974; Berkley] * Tiger in the Stars [Laser, 1976] Maurice Hugi, actual name used as pseudonym once by Eric Frank Russell Douglas L. Hulick: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Douglas L. Hulick E. Mayne Hull, maiden name used as pseudonym by Mrs. A. E. Van Vogt: * Planets for Sale [Fell, 1954; Book Company of America, 1965; Tempo] Richard Hull, pseudonym of Richard H. Sampson Fergus Hume, full name Ferguson Wright Hume (8 July 1859-13 July 1932): Born in England; schooled at Dunedin High School (New Zealand) and University of Otago (New Zealand); 185 admitted to New Zealand bar; moved to melbourne, Australia; returned to and stayed in England: * 1 fantasy story collection "The Chronicles of Faeryland" [London: Griffith Farran, 1892; Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1893] * 127 mystery/detective novels with series character Octavius Fanks best known is his first: * The Mystery of a Hansom Cab [Melbourne: Kemp and Boyce, 1886; London: Hansom Cab Company, 188; New York: Munro, 1888; revised edition London: Jarrolds, 1896] * 4 mystery/detective story collections * 8 unrelated novels Fergus Humeanalysis of mystery/detective fiction @ MGrost Long Tom Hung, pseudonym of Roswell Williams HUNGARY Charlotte Hunt, pseudonym of Doris Marjorie Hodges Gill Hunt, house name and pseudonym of John Brunner, David A. Griffiths, Dennis T. Hughes, John W. Jennison, E. C. Tubb Kyle Hunt, pseudonym of John Creasey C. Bruce Hunter: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America E. Waldo Hunter, pseudonym of Theodore Sturgeon Evan Hunter, the former S. A. Lombino legally changed to this name: * Danger Dinosaurs [Winston, 1953] juvenile, under pseudonym Richard Marsten * Find the Feathered Serpent [Winston, 1952] juvenile * Rocket to Luna [Winston, 1952] juvenile, under pseudonym Richard Marsten * Tomorrow's World [Pyramid, 1956] under pseudonym Hunt Collins Joe Hunter, pseudonym of Wilfred McNeilly Mollie Hunter, pseudonym of Maureen Mollie Hunter McIlwraith Kathy Hurley: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Saundra Hutchison: * The Sword of Galaron (action-adventure fantasy suspense novel) only available in an electronic format at: The Sword of Galaron e-mail Saundra Hutchison Charlotte Hutto: Member of Horror Writers of America Charlotte Hutto Aldous Huxley, famous British author, best known for "Brave New World", but wrote several other science fiction novels among his many satirical mainstream novels, including: * After Many a Summer Dies the Swan [Harper, 1939; Avon] * Ape and Essence [Harper, 1948; Bantam] * Brave New World [Doubleday, 1932; Bantam] Michael T. 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Michael Iacampo: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Paradise Pill" [Beyond #17, 1990] * "Glasnost" [Beyond #21, 1991] Petru Iamandi: Locus/Contento lists: * "Rebelliousness and Opportunism" [Fortess, No.1, 1986] nonfiction Ianthe: pseudonymous Fantasy poet: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Estrangement of the Moon" [Star*Line, Vol.17, No.4, 1994] Felix Marti Ibanez: Locus/Contento lists: * "Nina Sol" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1963] * "Riquiqui, I Love You!" [All the Wonders We Seek, Potter, 1963] * "The Seekers of Dreams" [All the Wonders We Seek, Potter, 1963] Marcos F. Ibarguen: Locus/Contento lists: * "Voir Dire" [Pirate Writings, No.13, 1997] Eva Ibbotson: pseudonym of Maria Charlotte Michelle Wiesner (1925-): Locus/Contento lists: * "The Waking of the Kraken" [Which Witch?, London: Macmillan, 1979] excerpt * "The Secret of Platform 13, Eva Ibbotson" [Carolyn Cushman article, Locus, May 1998] Michael Ibeji: Locus/Contento lists: * "A Full Indpendent Entitlement" [1988] * "The Least of My Children" [1988] * "Pooh Stick Wielder" [1992] * "Deep in the Native Land" [1993] Nancy Malvina Ibsen: Locus/Contento lists: * "Bird of Paradise" [The Silver Web, Summer 1995] poem * "Sinister and Dexter" [Not One of Us, Sep 1995] Icarus, son of Daedalus, co-imprisoned with his Dad by King Minos, known for flying to close to the sun with his Dad's wax-and-feather wings, becoming the first astronaut to die, 3000 years ahead of schedule Kathy Ice: no known home page Books Edited: * Magic: The Gathwering: Tapestries [HarperPrism, 1995] e-mail Kathy Ice e-mail Kathy Ice old, invalid? ICELAND Icon: meaning has shifted from graphics of Christ or Saints, to cultural figures above the level of mere celebrity, to the little images used in personal computers' Graphical User Interfaces... a descent in power each step down... Identity: you only THINK you know who you are. Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Cognitive Sciences all have ways to persuade you otherwise... The Idler: see MAGAZINES/NEWSLETTERS Yusef Idris (?-Sep 1991): obituary in [Locus, Oct 1991] Claudio Ierulli: SF poet: Locus/Contento lists: * "Catastrophe Theory" [On Spec, Summer 1997] John M. Iggulden (1917-?) Gliding champion/engineering manager/author in Australia, "Breakthrough" (London: Chapman Hall, 1960) about a radio-control tyranny, "The Storms of Summer", 1960. Update, please, Australian fans? David Ignatow (1914-): major mainstream American poet, listed here for: * "Simultaneously" [Elsewhere 3, ed. Terri Windling and Mark Allan Arnold, Ace, 1984] John Igo: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Signal" [The Argonaut, No.16, 1992] * "The Retina" [The Argonaut, No.20, 1995] Van Ikin, full name George Van Ikin (1951-): English Literature professor in Perth, Australia, and SF editor/critic {to be done} Francis Iles, pseudonym of Anthony B. Cox Mark Iles: Locus/Contento lists: * "That Man Downstairs" [Dream, No.19, 1989] * "Time for Change" [Dream, No.22, 1989] * "The Jailbird" [Back Brain Recluse, No.15, 1990] James Morgan Iley: Member of Horror Writers of America James Morgan Iley (a.k.a. "Ruggles Fishweir") Yuri Ilkov: Locus/Contento lists: * "A Visit to Fanco" [Orphia, No.1, 1990] nonfiction co-author Alexander Karapanchev Illuminati: a secret club started by Adam Weishaupt in Bavari (1776), or the believers of Rosicrucianism, or the cryptohistorical group that REALLY runs the world... if the latter were true, do you think you'd ever find out? Illusion: see "Reality" Illustrator: Your Humble Webmaster uses this term distinctly from Artist, in that the latter need not have works replicated, while the former is paid entirely for that replication... Imaginary: means something rather different for Friends as for Numbers... Imagination: see MAGAZINES/NEWSLETTERS Imaginative Tales: see MAGAZINES/NEWSLETTERS Kiyoshi Imaoka: no known home page: Locus/Contento lists: * "Introduction: Yoshitaka Amano" [The Roots of Fantasy, ed. Shelley Dutton Berry, World Fantasy Con, 1989] co-author Alex Fleischer e-mail Kiyoshi Imaoka Enrique Anderson Imbert, short story collection "The Other Side of the Mirror" Mihail Iminovici: Romania's greatest poet was surely Mihail Iminovici, who wrote under the pseudonym Mihail Eminescu. His madness kept his output small, but his works such as "Venus and the Madonna" and "The Epigony" show the delicately sensitive and pessimistic view of the nature of humanity. As a Romantic poet, he played with fantasy themes including aspects of the legends and philosophies of India. The beauty of his language influenced many later prose and poetry works of Fantasy and Science Fiction. IMMORTALITY: Those who live forever, or try to Carmen Imperato: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Tell Tale Heart" [Fang, No.3, 1992] Poe Impulse: see MAGAZINES/NEWSLETTERS Sam Inabinet: Locus/Contento lists: * "Trinity Caern" [Drums Around the Fire, ed. Beverly M. Saling and Ed McKeough, White Wolf, 1993] Inanna: a specific Goddess Richard Basil Ince, fantasy collection "At the Sign of Sagittarius" (1926) Incubus: a male demon who seduces women, as opposed to a Succubus, who is a female demon who seduces men INDIA Indiana Jones, see George Lucas or Stephen Spielberg Gary Indiana: Mainstream author listed here for: * "Dreams Involving Water" [Conjunctions, No.14, 1989] INDONESIA Guillermo Cabrera Infante: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Phantom of Essoldo" [1984] Inferno: see Dante Dean Ing (1931-): gifted aerospace engineer, science writer, science fiction author, and technothriller author; no known home page {to be done} S. R. Ing: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Contest" [Auguries, No.14, 1991] David Scott Ingalls: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Million Dollar Minute" [Aberrations, No.21, 1994] Don Ingalls: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Alternative Factor" [Star Trek #10, Bantam 1974] see James Blish * "A Private Little War" [Star Trek #10, Bantam 1974] co-authors Jud Crucis and Gene Roddenberry Rachel Holmes Ingalls (1937?1940?-): American author, resident in Great Britain; several fantasy books of novellas (Locus/Contento lists 2) * Theft and the Man Who Was Left Behind [1970] story collection * Mediterranean Cruise [1973] story collection * Something to Write Home About [1988] omnibus collection * Mrs.Caliban [1982] Binstead's Safari [1983] * Three of a Kind [1985] story collection * The Pearlkillers [1986] story collection * The End of Tragedy [1987] story collection * Four Stories [1987] story collection * Black Diamond [1992; US: as "Be My Guest"] story collection (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.499) Ed Ingebretsen: Fantasy/Horror critic: Locus/Contento lists: * "Writing the Unholy: Lovecraft, Theology, and 'The Perfection of the Horrible'" [the fractal, Spring 1994] nonfiction Carmine Infantino (1925-): American comix artist Carmine Infantino ISFDB Jean Ingelow (1820-1897): Locus/Contento lists: * Mopsa the Fairy [1869] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.499): also * The Little Wonder-Horn [1872] story collection * The Little Wonder-Box [1887] omnibus story collection Graham Ingels (1915-): American comix artist Graham Ingels ISFDB Delia Ingenieros: Locus/Contento lists: * "Odin [The Book of Fantasy, New York: Viking, 1989] co-author Jorge Luis Borges Andrew Ingersoll: planetary scientist, expert on atmospheres, expert on Jupiter's Great Red Spot, former house-mate of Your Humble Webmaster Bob Ingersoll: Locus/Contento lists: * "If Wishes Were Horses" [The Ultimate Super-Villains, ed. Stan Lee, Boulevard, 1996] co-author Tony Isabella George Ingersoll: Locus/Contento lists: * "Don't Make Waves" [Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Oct 1988] supernatural Mystery Jeanette Ingold: Locus/Contento lists: * various books {to be done} * "Word Drift" [Xanadu 3, ed. Jane Yolen, Tor, 1995] Thomas Ingoldsby: pseudonym of Richard Harris Barham (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.500) Robert R. Ingpen (1936-): Locus/Contento lists: * "The Voyage of the Poppykettle" [The Voyage of the Poppykettle, Paper Tiger, 1987] Julie Ann Ingram: Locus/Contento lists: * "To Read or Not To Read" [Through the Corridor, Spring 1995] M. V. Ingram: Locus/Contento lists: * "General Andrew Jackson and the Bell Witch" [Witches and Warlocks, ed. Marvin Kaye, Science Fiction Book Club, 1990] Scott Ingram: Locus/Contento lists: * "Shadowland" [1995] juvenile Willaim Ingram: Locus/Contento lists: * "Mind Well the Tree" [The Man in Black, London: BBC Books, 1990] Charles Ingrid: pseudonym of Rhondi Vilott: ISFDB lists: Novels: * the "Sand Wars" series: * Lasertown Blues [Daw, 1988] ISBN 0-88677-260-5, $3.50, paperback * the "Pattern of Chaos" series: * Radius of Doubt [DAW, 1991] ISBN 0-88677-491-8, $4.99, paperback * Path of Fire [DAW, 1992] ISBN 0-88677-522-1, $4.99, paperback * The Downfall Matrix [DAW, 1994] ISBN 0-88677-616-3, $4.99, paperback * Soulfire [DAW, 1995] ISBN 0-88677-676-7, $5.50, paperback Simon Ings, a.k.a. Simon D. Ings, full name Simon David Ings (1965-): SF/Fantasy author of England; ISFDB lists (with some corrections from Locus/Contento lists: Novels: * City of the Iron Fish [London: HarperCollins,1989?] paperback * Hot Head [London: HarperCollins, 1992] paperback Nominated for 1993 British Science Fiction Award for Best Novel * Hotwire [London: HarperCollins,1995] paperback Nominated for 1996 Arthur C. Clarke Award * Headlong [London: HarperCollins UK, Feb 1999] Short Fiction: * "Dreyfuss Dogs" [Fear, #10, Oct 1989] later expanded to "Hot Head" * "Blessed Fields" [Other Edens 3, eds. Chris Evans and Robert Holdstock, London: Unwin Hyman, 1989] * "The Braining of Mother Lamprey" [Interzone, June 1990] * "Different Cities" [Zenith 2, ed. David Garnett, London: Sphere, 1990] * "Something Sweet" [New Worlds, ed. David Garnett, London: Gollancz, 1991] ISBN 0-575-05134-5, 4.99, paperback; co-author Charles Stross * "Hothead" [REM, #1, 1991] later expanded to novel of same name * "Bruised Time" [New Worlds 2, ed. David Garnett, London: Gollancz, 1991] * "Witchy Miriam's Book" [REM, #2, 1992] * "Traffic" [Touch Wood, ed. Peter Crowther, Little Brown UK, 1993] * "Tolkowsky's Cut" [New Worlds 3, ed. David Garnett, Gollancz, 1993] ISBN 0-575-05146-9, 6.99, trade paperback * "Grand Prix" [Omni, June 1993; Off Limits: Tales of Alien Sex, ed. Ellen Datlow, St. Martin's Press,1996] ISBN 0-312-14019-3, $22.95, throbbing hardcover * "The Dead" [Interzone, Jan 1993] co-author M. John Harrison * "The Black Lotus" [Omni Best Science Fiction 3, ed. Ellen Datlow, New York: Omni Books, 1993] * "Rapids" [pub???, 1994] * "Volatile" [Omni, Mar 1995] * "Swallow" [The Shimmering Door, eds. Katharine Kerr, Martin H. Greenberg, HarperPrism, 1996] 0-06-105342-2, $12.00, trade paperback * "Sobras the Sacrifice" [A Boom of Two Halves, ed. Nicholas Royle, 1996] * "The Rio Brain" [Interzone, Feb 1996] * "Keeping Alice" [Lethal Kisses, ed. Ellen Datlow, Millennium, 1996] * "Open Veins" [Omni Online, 1997] later expanded to novel "Headlong" Nonfiction: * "Cabarets and Talking Heads" [Interzone, Mar 1991] * "Amazingly Extended Metaphors, Now Verified by Modern Science!" [Interzone, July 1991] e-mail Simon David Ing Thomas Ingoldsby, pseudonym of Richard Barham Derek Ingrey, postholocaust novel "Pig on a Lead" (London: Faber, 1963) Ingulphus, pseudonym of Arthur Gray (1852-1940): Fantasy author, according to Locus/Contento Initiation: Rite of Passage, often a key to the plot of a Fantasy story about someone obscure growing up to wield vast powers, or of someone being brought into a secret society Inklings: see C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and Charles Williams Caralyn Inks (Cara Reed): no known home page; ISFDB lists: * "Nine Words in Winter" [Tales of the Witch World, ed. Andre Norton, Tor, 1987] ISBN 0-312-94475-6, $15.95, hardcover * "Mandrake" [Magic in Ithkar 4, eds. Andre Norton and Robert Adams, Tor, 1987] ISBN 0-812-54719-5, $3.50, paperback * "The Circle of Sleep" [Tales of the Witch World 3, ed. Andre Norton, Tor, 1990] ISBN 0-312-85044-1, 18.95, hardcover * "Fear In Her Pocket" [Catfantastic III, eds. Andre Norton and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1994] ISBN 0-88677-591-4, $4.99, paperback Locus/Contento also lists: * "Eyes of the Seer" [Magic in Ithkar #4, ed. Andre Norton and Robert Adams, Tor, 1987] co-author Georgia M. Miller Arthur Crew Inman: early 20th Century Fantasy poet; Locus/Contento lists: * "La Nuit Tombe" [One Who Dreamed, 1917; Nocturne, No.2, 1989] Sue Inman: Locus/Contento lists: * "Pigs Might Fly" [Surprise Stories, ed. Wendy Cooling, Dolphin, 1997] Alan Innes, pseudonym of E. C. Tubb Michael Innes, pseudonym of John I. M. Stewart Izumi Inoue: SF illustrator Izumi Inoue ISFDB Jon Inouye: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America no known home page ISFDB only lists: * "The Axioms of Science Fiction" [Isaac Asimov's, Oct 1980] nonfiction Merle Insinga: SF artist/illustrator Merle Insinga ISFDB Henricus Institoris, 1489 A.D. author of: * Malleus Malificarum -- the classic work on (or, rather, against) witchcraft International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts: see Robert A. Collins Interzone: see MAGAZINES/NEWSLETTERS INVISIBILITY: Mostly about people who can't be seen David Inwood: Locus/Contento lists: * "Escape" [Drabble Who, ed. David J. Howe and David B. Wake, Beccon Publications, 1993] Greg Ioannou, full name Gregory Phillip Ioannu (1953-): Locus/Contento lists: * Shivers [Seal, 1990] co-editor Lynne Missen Eugene Ionesco (1912-1994): Franco-Rumanian playwright, author, diarist; born in Rumania to a French mother (French was the primary language at home). Moved to Rumania, published literary criticism there in the 1930s; left for permanent residence in France 1938. A father of "Theatre of the Absurd" for his anti-representational, surrealistic plays. Mny of his short fictions are Fantasy-like in their leaps og logic, dream-like images, and meta-linguistic dance: ISFDB only lists: * "Flying High" [1957] Locus/Contento lists: * "Circle" [Vicious Circles and Infinity, Patrick Hughes and George Brecht, London: Cape, 1976] * Macbett [13 Plays of Ghosts and the Supernatural, ed. Marvin Kaye, Science Fiction Book Club, 1990] play, translated by Charles Maarowitz Dahlov Ipcar, full name Dahlov Zorach Ipcar (1917-): Painter, illustrator, and author; Children's Books she illustrated include: * The Little Fisherman [1945] text by Margaret Wise Brown Children's Books she Wrote and Illustrated include: * Animal Hide and Seek [1947] Fantasy Novels: * The Warlock of Night [1969] Chess match between night and day * The Queen of Spells [1973] expanded from folk ballad "Tam Lin" ISFDB lists: * A Dark Horn Blowing [1978; Harcourt Brace/Magic Carpet, 1997] ISBN 0-15-201201-X, $6.00, paperback Locus/Contento lists: * "Emmet" [The Nightmare and Her Foal, story collection by Dahlov Ipcar, North Country Press, 1990] James Irby (1931-): Spanish/English SF/Fantasy translator: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Circular Ruins, by Jorge Luis Borges" [Labyrinths, New Directions, 1962] IRELAND Beverly Ireland: Locus/Contento lists: * "Long Shift" [Despatches from the Frontiers of the Female Mind, ed. Jen Green and Sarah Lefanu, London: The Women's Press, 1985] David Ireland (1927-): SF author of Australia: Novels: * City of Women [1981 Nominated for 1982 Ditmar Award Short Fiction: * "Death of a Thousand Cuts" [Mortal Fire: Best Australian SF, eds. Terry Dowling and Van Ikin, Coronet, 1993] ISBN 0-340-60854-4, $A12.95, paperback I. A. Ireland: Locus/Contento lists: * "Climax for a Ghost Story" (1919) [Black Water, ed. Alberto Manguel, Picador, 1983] Kenneth Ireland (1929-): Locus/Contento lists: Books Edited: * A Treasury of Ghost Stories [Kingfisher, 1996] * We're Coming for You, Jonathan; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1983 Short Fiction: * "Children on the Bridge" [We're Coming for You, Jonathan; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1983] title makes Your Humble Webmaster uncomfortable * "Madame Vara's Stand-In" [Scared Stiff, ed. Wendy Cooling, Dolphin, 1997] Thelma Ireland: Fantasy poet; Locus/Contento lists: * "Cat on the Hearth" [Owlflight, No.4, 1983] poem * "Translation" [Owlflight, No.4, 1983] poem William Irish, pseudonym of Cornell Woolrich (1903-1968) Michael Ironside: Fantasy/Horror critic; Locus/Contento lists: * "A Taste of Steel" by John Gilbert [Fear!, May 1991] review Abigail Irvine: Locus/Contento lists: * "Triple Cross" [Buck Rogers: Arrival, TSR 1989] Angie Irvine, full name Angela P. Irvine: Locus/Contento lists: * "Feel the Power" [Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Jan 1992] Supernatural Mystery Clyde Irvine: ISFDB lists: * "The Horror in the Glen" [Weird Tales, Mar 1940] Clifford Irving: * The Spring [Simon & Schuster UK, 1997] ISBN 0-684-82101-X, 15.99, hardcover Edward B. Irving (1923-1998): Locus/Contento lists: * obituary [Locus, May 1998] John Irving, full name John Winslow Irving (1942-): ISFDB lists (as corrected by Locus/Contento): * "Brennbar's Rant" [Playboy, Dec 1974; 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 Minna Irving: ISFDB lists: * "The Moon Woman" [Amazing, Nov 1929] Simon J. Irving: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Cruelty of Time" [Drabble Who, ed. David J. Howe and David B. Wake, Beccon Publications, 1993] Washington Irving (1783-1859) Major American author/essayist/lecturer who made his mark with the fantasy story of Rip Van Winkle, which Sir Walter Scott had persuaded him to publish. Reprints in "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Other Stories" [New York: Washington Square, 1962] ISFDB lists: * "Rip Van Winkle" [Classic Library of Famous Literature: Vol. 4, Wonder, ed. Frederick de Berard, New York: Bodleian Society, 1902] * "The Devil and Tom Walker" [Classic Library of Famous Literature: Vol. 15, Occult Tales, ed. Frederick de Berard, New York: Isaac H. Blanchard, 1899] hardcover * "The Conquest by the Moon" [An ABC of Science Fiction, ed. Tom Boardman, Jr., 1966] $0.75 Locus/Contento has far more extensive list, with 20+ additional items Christopher Irwin: ISFDB lists: * "Evening Song, Night Dancer" [Galaxy, Sep 1975] * "They Who Go Down to the Sea" [Galaxy, Mar 1977] [Mrs.] Constance Irwin, American teacher/libraian/historian/archaeologist with nonfiction "Fair Gods and Stone Faces" (New York: St.Martin's, 1963) on early American/Eurasian contact (preColumbian) G. H. Irwin, house name and pseudonym of R. A. Palmer, R. S. Shaver under this pseudonym: * "You Can Say That Again" [Fantastic Adventures, Dec 1943] * "Lair of the Grimalkin" [Fantastic Adventures, Apr 1948] * "The Vengeance of Martin Brand" [Amazing, serial beginning Aug 1942] Inez Haynes Irwin (1873-1970): Locus/Contento lists: * "The Sixth Canvasser" [The Century, June 1916; What Did Miss Darrington See?: An Anthology of Feminist Supernatural Fiction, ed. Jessica Amanda Salmonson, The Feminist Press, 1989] Margaret Irwin (1901?-1967) [Locus/Contento says 1873-1970] [Clute & Grant say 1889-1967] * "British historical novelist/playwright with Fantasy novels including: * Still She Wished for Comapny [UK: 1924; US, as "Who Will Remember?"] * These Mortals [1925] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.505) and some Fantasy stories in: * "Bloodstock and Other Stories" (London: Chatto, 1953) * "Madame Fears the Dark" (London: Chatto, 1935) ISFDB only lists: * "The Earlier Service" (1935) [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1951; Best from F&SF 2, eds. Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas, Boston: Little Brown, 1953] hardcover Mark Irwin: Horror critic; Locus/Contento lists: * "Interview with Ron Dee" [2AM, Fall 1991] interview * "The World (of Horror), The Flesh (Slurp!), And the Devil" [Eldritch Tales, No.30, 1995] interview Robert Irwin, full name Robert Graham Irwin (1946-): British professor, Arabist, and author; ISFDB lists: Novels: * The Arabian Nightmare [Viking, 1987] $16.95, hardcover [Viking, 1988] ISBN 0-670-81661-2, $16.95, hardcover [Penguin, 1988] ISBN 0-14-011216-2, $6.95, trade paperback [London: Dedalus, 1992] ISBN 1-873982-05-4, 6.99, trade paperback * Prayer-Cushions of the Flesh [London: Dedalus, 1997] ISBN 1-873982-63-1, 6.99, trade paperback Short Fiction: * "Waiting for the Zaddik" [Tales of the Wandering Jew, ed. Brian Stableford, London: Dedalus, 1991] 0-946626-71-5, 8.99, trade paperback * "Singing Underwater" [The Dedalus Book of Femmes Fatales, ed. Brian Stableford, London: Dedalus, 1992] ISBN 0-946626-77-4, 8.99, trade paperback * "The Monastery of Alcobaca" [Interzone, Apr 1992] Locus/Contento also lists: * "The Persistence of False Memory" [Tarot Tales, ed. Rachel Pollock and Caitlin Matthews, London: Legend, 1989] W. R. Irwin, full name William Robert Irwin (1915-): Professor and critic: * The Game of the Impossible: A Rhetoric of Fantasy [1976] which Clute & Grant contend is too narrow in definition (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, St.Martin's, 1997, p.506) Walter Irwin: ISFDB lists: * The Best of Trek #18 (co-author G. B. Love) nonfiction: [Penguin/Roc,1996] ISBN 0-451-45463-4, $4.99, paperback Rich Isaacman: science writer; ISFDB lists: * "Special and General Creativity" [Analog, Jan 1976] nonfiction Asim Isaacov: * Endation and Vampire [New York: Tripleday, 1949] * Rho, Eyebot [New York: Tripleday, 1959] * The Steals of Cave [New York: Tripleday, 1967] Leonard Isaacs, full name Leonard N. Isaacs (1939-1988): ISFDB lists: * "u-1 Think, Therefore u-1 Am [The Last Dangerous Visions, ed. Harlan Ellison, 1999?] * "Thrangs and Other Wonders" (poetry) [Clarion III, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1973] paperback Locus/Contento also lists: * obituary [Locus, Oct 1988] Linda Isaacs, see also pseudonym Michael F. X. Milhaus: ISFDB lists: * "Fully Automated, with Low Down Payment" [Amazing, July 1975] * "Everything Is Going to Be All Right" [Amazing, Dec 1976] But should we belive in the coincidence of a "Linda Isaacs" and a "Lynda Isaacs" both publishing a pair of short stories in American SF magazines in the mid-1970s? Lynda Isaacs: ISFDB lists: * "Transit" [Worlds of If, Mar/Apr 1974] * "A Many Splendored Thing" [Isaac Asimov's, Fall 1977] (which Locus/Contento lists as by Linda Isaacs) But should we belive in the coincidence of a "Linda Isaacs" and a "Lynda Isaacs" both publishing a pair of short stories in American SF magazines in the mid-1970s? Dana Edwin Isaacson: ISFDB lists: * "Eyes Have It" [More Phobias: Stories of Unparalled Paranoia, eds. Richard Gilliam, Wendy Webb, Edward E. Kramer, MartinH. Greenberg, Pocket Books, 1995] ISBN 0-671-89547-8, $5.99, paperback or so They would want you to believge, heh heh heh... Glenn Isaacson: ISFDB lists: * "Earshot" [Borderlands 4, eds. Elizabeth E. Monteleone and Thomas F. Monteleone, Borderlands Press, 1994] $65.00, hardcover Tony Isabella: Locus/Contento lists: * "If Wishes Were Horses" [see co-author Bob Ingersoll] Christopher Isherwood (1904-1986): major English author/editor/playwright Locus/Contento lists: * obituary [Locus, Feb 1986] Takashi Ishikawa: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Road to the Sea" [Proteus, ed. Richard S. McEnroe, New York: Ace, 1981; The Best Japanese Science Fiction Stories, eds. John L. Apostolou and Martin H. Greenberg, Dec 1989] translated by Judith Merrl and Tetsu Yano Ishtar: one of the most powerful goddesses, or one of the least powerful movies Kazuo Isiguri: * The Unconsoled [London: Faber, 1996] 15.99, hardcover Manuel Isip: Fantasy illustrator Manuel Isip ISFDB Isis: a goddess, and a non-science fictional but interesting magazine, and the subject of some of Bob Dylan's songs on his weirdest album Sue Isle (1963-): SF author of Australia; no known home page Novels: * Scale of Dragon, Tooth of Wolf [Hodder Headline Australia, 1996] ISBN 0-7336-0291-6, A$12.95, paperback Short Fiction: * "Nightwings" [Aurealis, #1, 1990] * "Her Father's Daughter" [Sword And Sorceress VII, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1990] ISBN 0-88677-457-8, $4.50, paperback * "Remembering Names" [Aurealis, #4, 1991] * "Daybreak" [Aurealis, #8, 1992] * "Kill Me Once" [Alien Shores, eds. Peter McNamara and Margaret Winch, Aphelion Publications, 1994] ISBN 1-875346-09-0, $15.00/$A19.95, hardcover * "Ice Harvest" [Aurealis, #16, 1995] Locus/Contento also lists: * "Makeover" [Terror Australis, ed. Leigh Blackmore, Coronet Australia, 1993] * "A Sky Full of Ravens" [She's Fantastical", eds. Lucy Sussex and Judith Raphael Buckrich, Sybylla Feminist Press, 1995] * "A Sprig of Aconite" [Intimate Armageddons, ed. Bill Congreve, Five Islands Press, 1992] e-mail Sue Isle e-mail Sue Isle old, invalid? Graham Ison: British Novelist: * Division [Severn House, 1997] ISBN 0-7278-5194-2, 17.99, hardcover Jodie Ison (1985?-): young Fantasy poet: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Zombie" [Bloodsongs, Fall 1995] poetry ISRAEL and JEWISH SCIENCE FICTION Inge Israel: Fantasy poet; ISFDB lists: * "Presto" [On Spec, Spring 1992] Poetry Theodore Iszler: SF illustrator Theodore Iszler ISFDB ITALY Frederik Pohl IV: ISFDB lists Fred Pohl here, as if alphabetizing on the Roman numeral... Jody Ivanic: ISFDB lists: * "The Obelisk of Cle Elum" [On Spec, Fall 1996] Vsevolod Ivanov: ISFDB and Locus/Contento list: * "Sisyphus, Son of Aeolus" [Fantastic, Dec 1975] Eric G. Iverson: pseudonym of Harry Turtledove Pat Shaw Iverson: Locus/Contento lists: * "Afterword" [Andersen's Fairy Tales, NAL/Signet Classic, 1987] biographical article on Hans Christian Andersen Lynella Ives: SF poet; ISFDB and : Locus/Contento list: * "Sisterly Reality" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3,no.1, 1993] poetry Morgan Ives, pseudonym of Marion Zimmer Bradley Randall Ivey: Locus/Contento lists: * "Intruders" [Epitaph, No.3, 1997] Larry Ivie, American SF artist and movie poster artist Tiernan Ivory: Locus/Contento lists: * "Balloon" [Albedo One, No.9, 1995] * "This Way" [Albedo One, No.11, 1996] * "The Undertaker's Dilemma" [Albedo One, No.15, 1997] Ub Iwerks (1901-1972): co-creator of Mickey Mouse, crucially involved in many Disney shorts and animations including the "Silly Symphony" shorts, "Cindarella" [1950], "Peter Pan" [1953], "Lady and the Tramp" [1955], "Sleeping Beauty" [1959]; then had a falling-out with Disney (who absurdly claimed to have created Mickey Mouse himself) and was nominated for an Academy Award for his technical effects in Hitchcock's "The Birds" [1963] Jaroslaw Iwoszkiewicz: Locus/Contento (which spells his name 2 different ways) lists: * "Mother Joanna of the Angels" [The Dedalus Book of Polish Fantasy, ed. Wiesiek Powaga, Dedalus, 1996] translated by Wiesiek Powaga * "Fame" [The Eagle and the Crow, ed. Tersa Halikowska and George Hyde, Serpent's Tail, 1996] translated by George Hyde Tina Iyama: Locus/Contento lists: * "Mardrach's Daughter" [Shadow Sword, Summer 1994] Allen Izen: Locus/Contento lists: * "Home Movie" [Haunts, No.16, 1989] Frank Izzo, full name Francis E. Izzo: ISFDB and Locus/Contento list: * "Tank" [Isaac Asimov's, Mar 1979] Locus/Contento also lists the reprint of "Tanks" in: [Supertanks, eds. Joe Haldeman, Martin Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh, Ace, 1987] Return to Authors H Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents
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