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W: [Science] symbol for the Watt, unit of electrical power. see: Watt "C. M. W.": C. M. W. @ Contento/Locus Bibliography * "Introduction" in "A Handfull of Ghosts" [Scotland: St.Andrews University Press, 1946] S. F. W., translator of fiction from China: * translated one story in "Science Fiction from China", [Praeger, 1989] S. F. W. @ Contento/Locus Bibliography Return to Authors W Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Wace (c.1100-c.1175): Norman poet, important to the Arthurian mythos for: * Roman De Brut [c.1140] French verse retelling of the Latin History of the Kings of Britain [1137] by Geoffrey of Monmouth see: The Ultimate King Arthur Web Page {to be done} Wilhelm Heinrich Wackenroder (1773-1798): author of GERMANY best-known in mundane circles for his revolutionary: * Herzensergiessungen eines kunstliebenden Klosterbruders [1797] "Outpourings from the Heart of an Art-Loving Lay Brother" co-author Ludwig Tieck, elevates Painting to a religion, helped launch German Romanticism, opposes 18th Century Rationalist art criticism, and sets the stage for the eventual Romantic elevation of Music to the highest of arts Listed here for Fantasy: * "A Wondrous Oriental Tale of a Naked Saint" [1799] reprinted in English translation "Spells of Enchantment", ed./trans. Jack Zipes [Viking, 1991] Wilhelm Heinrich Wackenroder @ Contento/Locus Bibliography W. W., pseudonym for William Bloom Martin S. Waddell (1941-): pseudonym Catherine Sefton: * Harriet and the Robot [Pocket Minstrel, 1988] Martin S. Waddell @ Contento/Locus Bibliography Alan Wade, pseudonym for Jack Vance David Wade: * Short story "Duellists" [in Far Point #4, 1992] David Wade @ Contento/Locus Bibliography Holly S. Wade: later wrote as Holly Wade Matter: * short stories in Asimovs and Argosy Holly S. Wade @ Contento/Locus Bibliography James Wade (1930-1983): Locus/Contento identifies him as a Lovecraftian: * 2 novellas in Chthulu mythos * 3 stories and poems in Chthulu mythos Kimberly Wade: Locus/Contento identifies 4 stories and poems Martyn Wade: Locus/Contento identifies a 1990 short story Robert Wade, pseudonym for David McIlwain Rosalind Wade (1909-1989): Locus/Contento identifies 2 short horror fictions Susan Wade: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Locus/Contento identifies 12 short fictions Susan Wade Victor Wadey, novelist, "The United Planets" [New York: Arcadia, 1967] J. Wadham: Locus/Contento identifies 1 gothic short story (1836) republished in 1992 Randy M. Wadkins: Locus/Contento identifies 1 article about Lovecraft and comix Rex Wadley: Locus/Contento identifies 1 humorous short SF item Phyllis Marie Wadsworth, British novelist, "Overmind" (London: Sidgwick Jackson, 1967) interdimensional First Contact W. Warren Wagar (1932-): full name Walter Warren Wagar; active member of SFWA and History Professor: * A Short History of the Future [U. Chicago Press, 1989] 2000-2200 A.D. e-mail W. Warren Wagar Edward [Charles] Wagenknecht (28 Mar 1900-?) American anthologist/professor/critic/ biographer: English prof at Boston University and major book reviewer, edited collections and introductory studies of of Geoffrey Chaucer, Walter de la Mare, Washington Irving, John Milton, Sir Walter Scott, William Shakespeare, Mark Twain; and was an early defender of supernatural fiction as part of the Anglo-American mainstream: Anthologies Edited: * The Fireside Book of Ghost Stories [Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1947] * Six Novels of the Supernatural [New York: Viking, 1944] * Murder by Gaslight: Victorian Tales [Pub?, 1949] Other Bookes Edited: * The Supernaturalism of New England [Pub?, 1969] collection by John Greenleaf Whittier * Eight Tales [pub?, 1971] Walter de la Mare * The Letters of James Branch Cabell [pub?, 1975] * Seven Masters of Supernatural Fiction [pub?, 1991] criticism anthology Other Genre-related Books Written: * Utopia Americana [pub?, 1929] chapbook about L. Frank Baum * Edgar Allen Poe: The Man Behind the Legend [pub?, 1963] Tim Waggoner: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; Member of Horror Writers of America Tim Waggoner e-mail Tim Waggoner Wagner: in Goethe's "Faust", the stodgy scientist who represents the pedantic academic world that Faust flees through his pact with Mephistopheles. see: Faust, Goethe, Mephistopheles Bruce Wagner: * Wild Palms: The Teleplay [St.Martins, 1994] William Gibson intro, Oliver Stone TV production Karl Edward Wagner (1945-1994): noted horror editor/anthologist/author. Partner for some years in Carcosa House (which reprinted volumes of stories by, respectively, Hugh B. Cave, E. Hoffman Price, manley Wade Wellman) and won the 1975 World Fantasy Special Award. He also was the winner of three Britsih fantasy Awards for his short stories and novellas, and a 1983 Special British Fantasy Award as an Editor. Once I stayed up until dawn talking with him, just the two of us, and I was touched (as were many of his friends) by the depths of his love for literature, and his heart-worn-on-a-sleeve. He grieved for a lost lover, and yet others said that he was hard on his lovers and friends, in that they could not stop a certain self-destructive streak. In his too-short life, he helped maintain the tradition of excellence in horror and dark fantasy, and its contemporary authors, with his searching anthologies, especially "The Year's Best Horror Stories" series. Of his own fiction: Books Written: * the "Kane" novels: * Darkness Weaves with Many Shades [Powell, 1970; revised edition as "Darkness Weaves", Warner, 1978] * Death Angel's Shadow [Warner Paperback Library, 1973] * Bloodstone [Warner Paperback Library, 1975] * Dark Crusade [Warner, 1976] * Night Winds [Warner, 1978] story collection * The Book of Kane [1985] story collection * the "Bran Mac Morn" novels (character created by Robert E. Howard): * Legion from the Shadows [Zebra, 1976] * various "Conan" novels (character created by Robert E. Howard): * The Road of Kings [pub?, 1979] * also wrote an unproduced Conan screenplay and re-edited various Conan titles for Berkley * Killer [pub?, 1985] co-author David Drake, supernatural Roman Fantasy * Sign of the Slamander [pub?, 1975] chapbook * In a Lonely Place [pub?, 1983] story collection * Why Not You and I? [pub?, 1987] story collection * Unthreatened by the Morning Light [pub?, 1989] story collection Short Fiction: * ".220 Swift" [pub?, date?] updates Arthur Machen's "Novel of the Black Seal" LOST LANDS/LOST RACE beneath the Appalachians * "Where the Summer Ends" [pub?, date?] monsters in the kudzu * "Beyond Any Measure" [Pub?, 1983] reincarnation/Vampires Winner: World Fantasy Award for Best Novella * others {to be done} Books Edited: * the "Echoes of Valor" anthology series: * Echoes of Valor [pub?, 1987] * Echoes of Valor II [pub?, 1989] * Echoes of Valor III [pub?, 1991] * Intensive Scare [pub?, 1990] medical anthology * the "Year's Best Horror" anthology series for Daw Books: * 15 volumes, {to be done} Lauren McGraw Wagner: * Merry-Go-Round in Oz [Books of Wonder, Jan 1990] co-author Eloise Jarvis McGraw Matt Wagner: * 3 volumes of "Mage" series of Graphic Novels [Donning Starblaze, 1987-1989] Mitch Wagner: Mitch Wagner @sff.net Phyllis Cerf Wagner: editor of "Great Tales of Terror and the Supernatural", [Random House, 1994] co-author Herbert Wise Richard Wagner (1813-1883): Composer, conductor, and author of GERMANY best known for his "musical dramas" (opera), where the music surpasses the libretti (many on Nordic or Teutonic myth and Fantastic themes), eliminates excessive coloratura, and exemplifies his development of the "leitmotiv" -- a melodic nugget representing a specific character, emotion, or situation. See: Nibelungen Roland C. Wagner (6 Sep 1960-): author/critic of FRANCE French Language page on Roland C. Wagner Awards: * Rosny-A”nˇ 1983, catˇgorie Nouvelle, pour "Faire-part" * Rosny-A”nˇ 1988, catˇgorie Roman, pour le Serpent d'angoisse * Rosny-A”nˇ 1989, catˇgorie Roman, pour Poupˇe aux yeux morts (la Mˇmoire des pierres, Prisons intˇrieures & les Futurs myst¸res de Paris) * Ozone 1998, catˇgorie Roman de Science-Fiction francophone, pour l'Odyssˇe de l'esp¸ce * Rosny-A”nˇ 1998, catˇgorie Roman, pour l'Odyssˇe de l'esp¸ce Per Wahloo (1926-1975) well-known Mystery/Detective novelist in Sweden, often in collaboration with Maj Sjowall, his wife. One of his novels is also science fictional, involving government overtly and covertly running the book and magazine industry (watch out, internet!) and bombs, a cross between "The Towering Inferno" and "Farenheit 451"-- "Murder on the 31st Floor" [London: M. Joseph, 1966; New York: Knopf, 1967; Bantam]. Another novel in the same "Inspector Jensen" series is "The Steel Spring" [Delacorte, 1970]. Yet another cross-genre novel is "The Generals" [Pantheon, 1974]. Die Wahlverwandtschaften ("The Elective Affinities") [1809]: Novel by Goethe, whose title comes from early Chemistry, namely that when specific chemical compounds are mixed together, their constiuent elements "change partners." That is the metaphor for what happens as the diagonals predominate between two couples. see: Goethe, Alchemy Mark Waid: Mark Waid @ Dragon*Con Louis Wain (1860-1939): British Fantasy artist/illustrator [according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martin's, 1997, p.991] Wainamoinen: the singing musician, also called the Wise Enchanter, who is the equivalent of the Greek Orpheus in the Kalevala, the great epic of FINLAND see: Kalevala Wainscots: interesting essay available on undetected human societies living within the mundane world, as in the classic series "The Borrowers" [see: Mary Norton] ["The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martin's, 1997, p.991] Ken Wainwright, pseudonym for E. C. Tubb Richard M. Wainwright: * The Crystal Palace of Adamas [Family Life Publishing, 1995] juvenile picture book with artist Ron Walotsky A. E. Waite, full name Arthur Edward Waite (1857-1942): America-born British author and poet of modern occultism and literary fairytales, as well as the founder of the Fellowship of the Rosy Cross (a branch of Rosicrucianism) and active in the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. As such he was an influence on H. P. Lovecraft, Arthur Machen, Charles Williams, William Butler Yeats, and Adolf Hitler: * The Brotherhood of the Rosy Cross [pub?, 1924] major study of Rosicrucians * The Secret Doctrine in Israel [pub?, 1913] Cabbala ISRAEL and JEWISH SCIENCE FICTION * Prince Starbeam [pub?, 1889] Modern literary Fairy Tale * The Golden Stair [pub?, 1893] Modern literary Fairy Tale * Shadows of Life and Thought [pub?, 1938] autobiography [according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martin's, 1997, p.992] Katharine L. Waitman: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America {to be done} e-mail Katharine L. Waitman David B. Wake (1964-) editor of 3 volumes of "The Drabble Project" of short-short stories (100 words), who blew a chance to publish one by Your Humble Webmaster H[erbert] R[ussell] Wakefield (9 May 1888-2 Aug 1965) major British weird author, son of a Bishop, secretary to Lord Northcliffe, Mystery novelist, non-fiction criminology author, and story collections including: * The Clock Strikes Twelve [London, Jenkins, 1939] * Ghost Stories [London: J. Cape, 1932] * Ghostly Company [London: J. Cape, 1935] * Imagine a Man in a Box [New York: Appleton, 1931] * "Old Man's Beard" a.k.a. "Others Who Returned" [New York: Appleton, 1929] * Strayers from Shayol [Sauk City WI: Arkham, 1961] * They Return at Evening [New York: Appleton, 1928] * The Best Ghost Stories of H. Russell Wakefield [pub?, 1978] ed. Richard Dalby * 2 books of stories reprinted [Pennyford, Chester, UK: Ash Tree Press, 1996] S. A. Wakefield, juvenile fantasy stories in Australia "Bottersnikes and Gumbles" (Sydney: Collins, 1967) E. Hunter Waldo, original name of Theodore Sturgeon (who legally changed it) Lamar Waldron: Lamar Waldron @ Dragon*Con comix writer, founded original Atlanta Fantasy Fair convention Howard Waldrop: Howard Waldrop @sff.net Howard Waldrop bio Best known for his short story collections, notably "Howard Who?" [Doubleday, 1986] and the two books: * Night of the Cooters [Ace, 1993] * Them Bones [Ace, 1984; Mark Zeising, 1989; Legend, 1989] ALTERNATE WORLDS: history might have happened differently WALES Arthur Waley, full name Arthur David Waley: pseudonym of Arthur David Schloss (1889-1966): British professor, author, critic, and translator who played a central role in transmitting Chinese and Japanese literature to the occident: * 170 Chinese Poems [pub?, 1918] translated poetry anthology * Monkey [pub?, 1942] translation of Hsi Yu Chi [circa 1550], a.k.a. "Journey to the West", by Wu Ch'eng-en (circa 1505-circa 1580) * The Real Tripitaka and Other Pieces [pub?, 1952] story collection translated + historical/literary background + what was previously published as the chapbook "The Lady Who Loved Insects" [1928] + other Oriental Fantasies see: THEOLOGY: Science Fiction or Fantasy about Religion [NEW: 12 Aug 98] subsection on Oriental Fantasy Barbara G. Walker: * Amazons [Harper San Francisco, 1992] feminist fantasy novel * Feminist Fairy Tales [Harper San Francisco, 1996] see FEMINIST: science fiction and fantasy of, by, or for women George S. Walker: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America {to be done} e-mail George S. Walker Mary Alexander Walker (1927-): * The Scathatch and Maeve's Daughters [Macmillan Athenaeum, 1990] Celtic juvenile Danton [MacIntyre] Walker (26 July 1899-8 Aug 1960) American editor/author/ critic, secretary to Alexander Woollcott, editor of New York Daily News, Broadway columnist for New York Daily News (1937-1960), wrote "Guide to New York Nitelife" and the celebrity-studded nonfiction "Spooks Deluxe" (New York: Watts, 1956) David Walker: * The Lord's Pink Ocean [Houghton Mifflin, 1972; Daw] Jerry Walker (1888-?) American novelist: * "Mission Accomplished: A Novel of the Year 1950" [New York: Cosmos, 1947] about nuclear war Lars Walker: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America {to be done} e-mail Lars Walker Max Walker, pseudonym for Michael Avallone Nancy A. Walker (1942-): feminist SF critic: * Feminist Alternatives: Irony and Fantasy in the Contemporary Novel by Women [University Press of Mississipi, 1992] see FEMINIST: science fiction and fantasy of, by, or for women Rachel R. Walker: e-mail Rachel R. Walker e-mail Rachel R. Walker alternate address Robert W. Walker (1948-): horror novelist under pseudonym Geoffrey Caine, 3 novels with St.Martins and Pinnacle Sage Walker: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Sage Walker e-mail Sage Walker * Whiteout [Tor, 1996] First novel, near-future setting Stephan James Walker: writer about "Dr.Who" TV and film franchise Steve Walker: series of BBC 4 radio plays, published as two volumes: * 21st Century Blues [Coronet, 1995] * 22nd Century Blues [Coronet, 1995] Steven Walker: Steven Walker Wendy Walker (1951-): literary fantasies, several books of stories by Sun & Moon Press [1988-1992] * The Sea-Rabbit, or The Artist of Life [1988] * The Secret Service [1992] * Stories Out of Omarie [1995] Die Walkure ("the Valkyrie"): second opera in Wagner's "Ring Des Nibelungen." see: Richard Wagner, Valkyrie, Nibelungen Dave Wall: Dave Wall @sff.net John W. Wall, British author with pseudonym "Sarban" with Middle Eastern influence, with two weird story collections and a novel: "The Dollmaker and Other Tales of the Uncanny" (London: P. Davies, 1953) "Ringstones and Other Stories" (London: P. Davies, 1951) "The Sound of His Horn" (London: P. Davies, 1952): one of the better alternate history novels, with victorious Nazis Mervyn Wall (23 Aug 1908-?) Irish novelist/playwright, Germany-educated, * The Unfortunate Fursey [London: Pilot, 1946] comic apprentice wizard * The Return of Fursey [London: Pilot, 1948] sequel * The Garden of Echoes, a Fable for Children and Grown-Ups [pub?, 1982; 1988] attempted assassination of Santa Claus * A Flutter of Wings [pub?, 1974] story collection [also according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martin's, 1997, p.992] Alfred Russell Wallace (1823-1913): Naturalist/traveller of England who, more or less simultaneously with Darwin, conceived of Evolution by Natural Selection. This spurred darwin to publish and so, by mutual agreement, Wallace's paper "On the Tendency of Varieties to Depart Indefinitely from the Original Type" was read before the Linnaean Society on 1 July 1858, the same day as Darwin's epochal paper. A. John Wallace, Australian hospital employee married to registered nurse Julie; co-author/director/actor of hospital revue; first science fiction sale to Australian magazine Aurealis (1992), currently trying to sell a Fantasy epic and a hard-SF novel. Recent short story sale: "Cold Storage", Aboriginal Science Fiction, Fall 1996 C. H. Wallace, nonfiction "Witchcraft in the World Today" (Award, 1967) Clifford Wallace, pseudonym for Sydney J. Bounds David Foster Wallace (1942-): * The Broom of the System [Viking, 1987; Penguin, 1987; Avon, 1993] David Rains Wallace (1945-): * The Vermillion Parrot [Sierra Club, 1991] eco-SF Doreen Wallace (18 Jun 1897-?) British topographer/novelist "Forty Years On" (London: Collins, 1958) Dystopia pseudonym for Dora Eileen Agnew Rash (?) Edgar Wallace (Dec 1875-10 Feb 1932) prolific and bestselling British author of Mysteries/thrillers/novelizations/plays/African adventures in the "Sanders" series, co-authored novelization of film "King Kong" {hotlink to be done}, fantasy novel "Planetoid 127" is said to be the first "Twin Earth" book; pseudonym for Richard E. Horatio Wallace ? F[loyd] L. Wallace American author also published in Australia * "Address: Centauri" [New York: Gnome, 1955; Galaxy novel #32] disabled people emigrate to the stars Ian Wallace: pseudonym for John Wallace Pritchard, transgressive novelist: * The "Croyd" novels (theme: SUPERMEN: extra powers make characters more than human): * "Croyd" [New York: Putnam, 1967] galactic spy's male mind transplanted to female body; * "Dr. Orpheus" [New York: Putnam, 1968] Drugs and ETs, sequel to Croyd * A Voyage to Dari [Daw, 1974] 3rd book in Croyd trilogy * The "St. Cyr and U. Tuli" novels: * Deathstar Voyage [Putnam, 1969; Science Fiction Book Club; Berkley] * The Purloined Prince [McCall, 1971] * The Sign of the Mute Medusa [Popular, 1977] * The World Asunder [Daw, 1976] * Pan Sagittarius [Putnam, 1973; Berkley] Irving Wallace, American bestseller novelist, "The Man" (New York: Simon & Schuster, the first African-American President Pamela Wallace: see pseudonym Pamela Simpson Patricia Wallace: full name Patricia Wallace Estrada: * 7 medical/SF/thriller/horror novels [Zebra, 1986-1992] Sir William Wallace (1272?-1305): great hero of Scotland, and was played by Mel Gibson in the great film "Braveheart" see: Braveheart's Scotland Gregory Albert Waller (1950-): critic of SF films [U. Illinois Press, 1988-1990] Jane Waller: * Saving the Dinosaurs [Piper, 1994] juvenile time-travel novel Leslie Waller (1 Apr 1923-?) American PR writer/novelist: "Take Me To Your Leader" (New York: Putnam, 1961) satire purporting to be a guide to Earth for Martians, using real news photos with silly captions, co-authored with wife Louise Waller Leslie Waller This web page adds (along with hotlinks to more on Leslie Waller's work as listed elsewhere on the Internet): "If historians of the 21st Century want to know what our era was really like, they must consult the novels of Leslie Waller" [Los Angeles Times] Author of 52 works in more than 20 million copies and many languages, including: * Close Encounters of the Third Kind [novelization] * Dog Day Afternoon * The Banker * The Family * The American trilogy * The Swiss Account * Mafia Wars Louise Waller, co-author with and wife of Leslie Waller Louise and Leslie Waller Robert Waller, British novelist: * Shadow of Authority [London: J. Cape, 1956] dystopia: central control of all publishing in England James Wallerstein, novelist: * "The Demon's Miller" [New York: Bellamy, 1951] William Walling: * No One Goes There Now [Doubleday, 1971] Dave Wallis, novelist "Only Lovers Left Alive" [New York: Harcourt Brace World, 1964; Dutton; Bantam] similar to "A Clockwork Orange" -- dystopia of gangs Geraldine June McDonald Wallis (1925-), American actress/author, radio actress under pseudonym "Hope Campbell", novels include: * "Legend of Lost Earth" (Ace, 1963); * "The Light of Lilith" (Ace, 1961) self-preventing apocalyptic prophecy George C. Wallis, British printer/film production manager/novelist "The Call of Peter Gaskell" (Tadsworth: World's Work, 1947) Incas victorious "The Children of the Sphinx" (Bristol: Cosmopolitan, 1907) fantasy Raymond Wallis: * 3 juvenile SF novels in "Triangulum" trilogy [Frontlines, Purnell] Velma Wallis: * Two Old Women [Epicenter, 1993; The Womens Press] Alaskan legend novelized Douglas Wallop: pseudonym of John Douglass Wallop III (1920-1985): * The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant [Norton, 1952] baseball fantasy novel which was adapted into the play "Damn Yankees" * What Has Four Wheels and Flies? [1959] smart dogs and smart car * The Mermaid in the Swimming Pool [pub?, 1968] [also according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martin's, 1997, p.992] Horace Walpole (24 Sep 1717-2 Mar 1797) British Earl/novelist, son of Prime Minister Sir Robert Walpole (1676-1745), Member of Parliament, 4th Earl of Orford, publisher (founded Strawberry Hill Press, since 1757 the most significant private press in England), coined the word "serendipity", and best-known today as the author of the influential first Gothic novel in England (pretending to be a translation from Italian), with original introduction by Sir Walter Scott: * The Castle of Otronto [London, 1764] Other Genre Works: * The Mysterious Mother [Strawberry Hill Press, 1768; Graham & Dodsley, 1781] impact of incest on family * Hieroglyphic Tales [1785] Fairy Tale collection, edition of 6 copies Sir Hugh Walpole, full name Sir Hugh Seymour Walpole (1884-1 Jun 1941) New Zealand-born British novelist, father became Bishop of Edinburgh, an authority on Sir Walter Scott, book reviewer, weird author with collections including: * Alls Souls' Night [New York: Doubleday Doran, 1933] * Four Fantastic Tales" [London: Macmillan, 1932] * Portrait of a Man with Red Hair" [New York: Doran, 1925] * The Silver Thorn" [London: Macmillan, 1928] and anthology: * A Second Century of Creepy Stories" [London: Hutchison, 1937] see: NEW ZEALAND Nathan Walpow: Science Fiction, fantasy, and Mystery author; president/webmaster of Sunset Succulent Society; five-times-undefeated champion on Jeopardy! and won seven games (show's record - on "The Challengers"); former actor; Member of Sisters in Crime, its Los Angeles Chapter, and its Internet Chapter Nathan Walpow author's home page Books: * The Cactus Club Killings [Dell, May 1999] 1st of Joe Portugal series of botanical mysteries. Sequel [early 200], will explore the world of orchid collectors Nathan is thus also listed in the Ultimate Mystery/Detective Web Guide Short Fiction (all available on-line): * "At the Old Ball Game" [The Silver Web #12, Summer 1995] * "Getting By" [Tales of the Unanticipated #13, Spring/Summer/Fall 1994] * "Godzilla Dies Peacefully in Sleep at 453; World Mourns" [Tales of the Unanticipated #14, Winter/Spring/Summer 1995] 3 cryogenics paragraphs, which were cut for that appearance, are restored in the on-line version * "A Marriage Made in Hell" [Phantasm, vol.1 ,no.3, Spring 1996] * "Quick Comeback" [The 1995 SPGA Showcase, an anthology put out by the Small Press Genre Association] * "This Bud's For You" [as "Giant Puppy" in Tales of the Unanticipated #16, Spring/Summer/Fall 1996, 10th anniversary issue; a slightly different version appeared in the May-June 1997 issue of the Cactus and Succulent Journal, published by the Cactus and Succulent Society of America] * "The Tofu Trip" [Random Realities #5, Summer 1994] * "Sanitation Sends a Man" [Tales of the Unanticipated, August 1998-July 1999] Nathan Walpow old, invalid Walpurgisnacht: see essay on "Revel" in "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martin's, 1997, p.809] In German tradition, this was a witches' sabbath held on the Brocken, the highest peak of the Harz Mountains, on the night before May 1. This is a background in Part I of Goethe's "Faust", plus a parallel scene in Part II (set in Greece, when Faust seeks Helen of Troy). Thomas Mann, in "The Magic Mountain" has a related chapter. Sam Walser, pseudonym for Robert E. Howard Anne Walsh: Canadian young-adult fantasist Jill Patton Walsh: SF/fantasy short stories Stephen Walsh: Stephen Walsh Mika Waltari, full name Mika Toimi Waltari (1908-): Novelist of FINLAND Listed here for the best-known novel: * Sinuhe, Egyptilainen "The Egyptian" [1945] Handsome young Dr.Sinuhe lives with Babylonians, Hittites, and Syrians. He successfully penetrates the Labyrinth at Crete (see: Labyrinth) Film Adaptation: {to be done} Dorothy Blake Walter (1908-) writes under pseudonym Katherine Blake: * The Interior Life [Baen, 1990] Housewife sucked into fantasy world see genre THERE AND BACK AGAIN: leave our world for a more magical one John Walter (1739-1812): Publisher/journalist of England, who bought the patents for the "logotype" typesetter, which prints by the word rather than by the letter. He founded "The Daily Universal Register", which became in 1788 "The London Times" W. Grey Walter: one of the founders of cybernetics from a neurological perspective, an influential and distinguished scientist, who also wrote the SF novel: * The Curve of the Snowflake [Norton, 1956] Anna Lee Walters: * Ghost Singer [Northland Publishing, 1988; University of New Mexico Press, 1994] anthropological horror Gordon Walters, pseudonym for George W. Locke Hugh Walters, pseudonym for Walter Llewellyn Hughes (1910-late 1980s) author of over 20 novels, including a series quite popular with British children about the English astronaut Chris Godfrey who, with his team, flew to just about everywhere in the Solar System. This series (1950s to early 1980s) included: * Blast Off at Woomera * The Domes of Pico * Operation Columbus * Moon Base One * Expedition Venus * Destination Mars * Terror by Satellite * Journey to Jupiter * Mission to Mercury * Spaceship to Saturn * The Mohole Mystery * Nearly Neptune * First Contact? * Passage to Pluto * Tony Hale, Space Detective * Murder on Mars * The Caves of Drach * The Last Disaster * The Blue Aura * The Dark Triangle for a guide to these novels, and more, see this website: Hugh Walters Webguide constructed by e-mail Alec Baker Lori J. Walters: * edited "Lancelot and Guinevere: A Casebook" [Garland, 1996] Arthurian criticism R. R. Walters: * 3 horror novels [Tor; Zebra] 1988-1991 Seldon Walters, pseudonym for Walt Sheldon Danielle Walther (1940-): * 2 SF/F novels in French, published in translation by C. J. Cherryh Walther von der Vogelweide (c.1170-c.1230): The most famous minnesinger of Germany, arguably the most famous of all medieval lyric poets. He left the Viennese court to which he'd been attached, to wander as a minstrel. He broke the boundaries of the conventional love poem, often expressing stronmg religious and/or political commentary. "Deutschland, Deutschland uber alles" (the national song of Germany) adapts one of his friendship/patriotism lyrics. He appears fictionally (operatically) in "Tannhauser", by Wagner, as one of the contestants in the singing contest. Barbara E. Walton: * one "Quantum Leap" novel [TV tie-in] Bryce Walton: * Sons of the Ocean Deep [Winston, 1952] juvenile Diane L. Walton: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America author and editor of CANADA; no known home page; "I am one of the editors of ON SPEC Magazine (which explains why we prefer to read manuscripts in competition format)" Short Fiction: * "Best Damn Cheesecake in the Universe" [On Spec Magazine, Fall 1991] * "Objects in the Mirror" [Northern Frights 2] * "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie" [On Spec Magazine, Summer 1997] Appeared on the "Honorable Mention" list in Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling's "Year's Best Fantasy and Horror"; Another story from ON SPEC also made that list, and two stories from that fine magazine were named in Gardner Dozois' Honorable Mentions in "Year's Best SF" e-mail Diane L. Walton Evangeline Walton, full name Evangeline Walton Ensley (1907-1996): Winner of 1985 World Fantasy Award, Special Award Winner of 1989 World Fantasy Award, Lifetime Achievement Books: * Witchhouse [Arkham, 1945; revised, 1950; Monarch; Award] psychic detective novel * The "Mabinogi" novels based on Welsh Mabinogion: * The Virgin and the Swine [Willett Clark, 1936] a.k.a. The Island of the Mighty [Ballentine Books Adult Fiction, 1959, 1970] * The Children of Llyr [Ballentine Books Adult Fiction, 1971] * The Song of Rhiannon [Ballentine Books Adult Fiction, 1972] * Prince of Annwn [Ballentine Books Adult Fiction, 1974] see: THEOLOGY: Science Fiction or Fantasy about Religion [NEW: 12 Aug 98] subsection on Celtic Mythology * The Cross and the Sword [pub?, 1956; as "Son of darkness", UK: 1957] Vikings invade Britain * The Sword is Forged [pub?, 1983] 1st of planned series about Theseus see: THEOLOGY: Science Fiction or Fantasy about Religion [NEW: 12 Aug 98] subsection on Greek Mythology Izaak Walton (1593-1683): fisherman/author of England, best known for "The Compleat Angler." He is listed here for his contemporary biographies (Walton's Lives) of contemporaries such as: * John Donne [1640] some of whose metaphysical poems are science-fictional * Sir Henry Wotton [1651] * Richard Hooker [1665] * George Herbert [1670] * Bishop Robert Sanderson Marjorie A. Walz: writes under pseudonym Dareion Morgan The Wanderer: circa 8th Century Old English alliterative elegy of a homeless ex-warrior, with no family, recounting past glory The Wandering Island: see The Faerie Queen Wandering Jew: see ISRAEL and JEWISH SCIENCE FICTION Michelene Wandor (1940-): * Guests in the Body [Virago, 1986, U.S. edition Salem House] story collection with Fantasy aspects * Look Back in Gender [Pub?, 1987] FEMINIST analysis of British theatre * Penthesilia [1977] chapbook version of play [1808] of same name by Heinrich von Kleist (1777-1811) * The Wandering Jew [1987] Play chapbook, co-author Mike Alfreds, based on Eugene Sue novel [also according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martin's, 1997, p.994] Donald A. Wandrei (1908-1987): cofounder in 1939 with August Derleth of Arkham House, the influential small press at the center of the school of Lovecraft. He was awarded the 1984 World fantasy Award for Life Acievement, but uniquely declined to accept it Novel: * The Web of Easter Island [pub, 1948] see Cthulhu Mythos Short Fiction: * The Eye and the Finger [pub?, 1944] * Strange Harvest [pub?, 1965] * Colossus: the Collected Science Fiction of Donald A. Wandrei [Fedogan & Bremmer, 1989] 21 stories Poetry: * Ecstasy and Other Poems [1928] * Dark Odyssey [1931] * Poems for Midnight [1965] * The Collected Poems [1988] definitive Nonfiction Edited (co-editor August Derleth): * H. P. Lovecraft's Sellected Letters 1911-1924 [Arkham House, 1965] * H. P. Lovecraft's Sellected Letters 1925-1929 [Arkham House, 1968] * H. P. Lovecraft's Sellected Letters 1929-1931 [Arkham House, 1971] [also according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martin's, 1997, p.995] Howard Wandrei (1909-1956): author, artists, illustrator, and brother of Donald A. Wandrei: * Time Burial [pub?, 1995] story collection Wang Wei (707-761): T'and Dynasty poet/painter/composer/Buddhist of CHINA Wang Yang-Ming, also known as Wang Shou-jen (1472-1529): scholar/statesman/ philosopher of CHINA. He urged self-knowledge through intuition, as opposed to rigorous study of the classics, making him a proto-anti-Neo-Confucianist Walter Wangerin, Jr. (1944-): * The Book of the Dun Cow [1978] BAMBI'S CHILDREN * The Book of Sorrows [1985] BAMBI'S CHILDREN * Elizabeth and the Water Troll [1991] * Branta and the Golden Stone [1993] * The Crying for a Vision [1995] [also according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martin's, 1997, p.995] War: see Military Science Fiction and Fantasy {to be done} War and Peace: (Original title: "Voina i mir) Leo Tolstoi's novel [1864-1869] and masterpiece, about the 1805-1820 era, focussed on Napoleon's Russian invasion [1812] and Russia's resistance. In its vast panonoply of characters from every social class, many of whom are seen to mature, this enormously life-like novel sets the standard for Future History novels of Science Fiction, none of which have met that mark. War Between the States: what the American Confederacy called The American Civil War. Numerous science fiction stories consider what would have happened if the other side won. See: ALTERNATE WORLDS: history might have happened differently Martin Leach Warborough: see Grant Allen Christopher Ward, full name Christopher Longstreth Ward (1868-1943): * Twisted Tales [1924] story collection includes parody of H. G. Wells' "The Dream" [1924] * Gentleman into Goose {part of extremely long title} [1924] parody of David Garnett's "Lady Into Fox" [1922] [also according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martin's, 1997, p.995] Cynthia Ward: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America {to be done} e-mail Cynthia Ward Frank Ward: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America {to be done} Henry Ward, pseudonym for Henri Viard Peter Ward, pseudonym for Frederick Faust Robert Ward, pseudonym for Robert E. Howard Taylor Ward, pseudonym for Alan Hyde Wallace Ware, pseudonym for David Karp Dominique Warfa (30 Apr 1954-): Critic/Author of BELGIUM French Language page for Dominique Warfa Kurt Wargar, pseudonym for Andre Ruellen Warhead: the military equivalent of "payload", i.e. the part of a rocket or missile containing the carge for inflicting damage on a target, whether biological, chemical, incendiary, or nuclear Beth Waring, pseudonym for William Rotsler Allen Warland, pseudonym for Donald A. Wollheim Douglas Warner, pseudonym for J. D. Currie & E. Warner Sylvia Townsend Warner: * Kingdoms of Elfin [Viking, 1977; Delta, 1978] 14 stories Freda Warrington: Freda Warrington Malcolm Smith "Warriors of Other Worlds" : isfdb lists (by erroneously combining the artists's name with the name of the illustration): Cover Artwork: * Fantastic, May 1967 Mal Warwick: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America {to be done} Berwell Washington, pseudonym for James Branch Cabell Julie E. Washington: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America {to be done} Silas Water, pseudonym for Noel Loomis Arthur Waterhouse, pseudonym for John Russell Fearn Elizabeth Waters: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America {to be done} Silas Waters, pseudonym for Noel Loomis T. A. Waters: * Center Force [Dell, 1975] * The Probability Pad [Pyramid, 1970] Gerrold Watkins, pseudonym for Barry N. Malzberg Graham Watkins: Member of Horror Writers of America Graham Watkins William Jon Watkins: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; a writer of fiction and poetry, both emotional and dramatic, and yet poorly researched and conceptually vague. All too comfortable teaching writing at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, New Jersey, he has not been pushed to write beyond his modest limits, while devoting his energy to Wilhelm Reich's "Orgone" theory of sexual energy, and encouraging his students to meditate in an orgone box: * Clickwhistle [Doubleday, 1972] yet another dolphin novel * Ecodeath [Doubleday, 1972] co-author Gene Snyder, another Brookdale Community College sinecure writer who is unfortunately matched to Watkins in weaknesses (albeit Snyder is far more arrogant, and boasts endlessly of besting Harlan Ellison in an insulting dialogue back in the Pliocene) * The God Machine [Doubleday, 1973] * The Litany of Sh'Reev [Doubleday, 1976] co-author Gene Snyder e-mail William Jon Watkins Billy Watson, pseudonym for Theodore Sturgeon Ian Watson: Linguistics professor turned Science Fiction novelist and collaborator on the film "AI" with Stanley Kubrick; Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Ian Watson * "The Embedding" [1973; Scribners, 1975; Bantam] is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle. Hotlink to extraterrestrial linguistics quote {to be done} * "Miracle Visitors" (1978) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle * Alien Embassy [Ace, 1978] * The Jonah Kit [Scribners, 1976; Bantam] * The Martian Inca [Scribners, 1977] * other fiction {to be done} * Hard Problems (1997) the first Quantum Computing novel, superb metaphysical SF thriller, to be reviewed shortly on this website e-mail Ian Watson Richard F. Watson, pseudonym for Robert Silverberg Watt: [Science] symbolized "W", unit of electrical power equal to one ampere of current at one volt, or equivalently, 1 Joule per second. When Your Humble Webmaster was Mission Planning Engineer for JPL/NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft, he was amazed that the Voyager was entirely powered by a 422 Watt radioisotope thermoelectric generator. Lawrence Watt-Evans: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; Member of Horror Writers of America Lawrence Watt-Evans Lawrence Watt-Evans according to SF Site Lawrence Watt-Evans old, no longer valid? In conjunction with co-publisher Terry Rossio, Lawrence Watt-Evans is the publisher of DEATHREALM, a horror magazine Books: * The "Lords of Dus" series: * The Lure of the Basilisk [Del Rey, 1980] * The Seven Altars of Dusarra [Del Rey, 1981] * The Sword of Bheleu [Del Rey, 1983] * The Book of Silence [Del Rey, 1984] * The Rebirth of Wonder [Wildside Press/Tor 1992] * Split Heirs (co-author Esther Friesner) [Tor, 1993] * the "Three Worlds" trilogy: * {to be done} e-mail Lawrence Watt-Evans Wattage: the amount of power used by an electrical device. see: Watt Pierce Watters: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America employed at Wizards of the Coast e-mail Pierce Watters Wave: periodic variation of light, pressure, sound, voltage, or other property, by which energy moves from one place to another. Scientists distinguish between Transverse Waves and Longitudinal Waves, and also between continuous waves and single-pilse nondecaying Solitons. Since light is a Transverse Wave, early scientists assumed that light must be a vibration of something, so they conjectured the luminiferous Ether, purportedly filling all space and all matter. Michelson an Morley almost conclusively proved that the Earth could not be measured as moving through the Ether, a puzzle apparently solved by Einstein, convincing all but a few die-hard Anti-Einsteinian "New Etherists" -- some of whom have clever ideas. see: Wavelength Waveband, or merely Band: a range of frequencies, such as those of radio; see: Bandwidth, Spectrum Waveform: a wave signal, graphically displayed or recorded. Waveguide: Constrained length along which electromagnetic waves can pass with little loss, as with the "plumbing" pipes through which microwaves are guided, or (in Nature) the plasma layers in the Earth's radiation belts, or the antennae of moths. Wavelength: distance between one peak of a wave and the next. The key formula is: Speed = Frequency X Wavelength see: Wave Tony Russell Wayman: * Ads Infinitum [Curtis, 1971] * Dunes of Pradai [Curtis, 1971] * World of the Sleeper [Ace, 1967] Return to Authors W Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Weak Interaction, or Weak Force: one of the four basic types of force between subatomic particles. In order of descending strength: * Strong (Nuclear) Force * Electromagnetic Force * Weak (Nuclear) Force * Gravitation Modern physicists seek a GUT: Grand Unified Theory, that will show how these are all aspects of the same more fundamental force. Weather Satellite, or Weathersat: Earth-orbiting artificial satellite measuring and downlinking atmospheric data to enhance weather predictions. Michael Weaver @ Dragon*Con has published 60+ artworks in 8 countries Christopher Webb, pseudonym for Leonard Wibberley Don Webb: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; Member of Horror Writers of America Don Webb Don Webb possible site author of "A Spell for the Fullfilment of Desire" from Black Ice e-mail Donn Webb e-mail Donn Webb @AOL Lucas Webb, pseudonym for M. R. Burgess Wendy Webb: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Wendy Webb @ Dragon*Con, anthologist David Weber: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America David Weber Fiona Webster: Member of Horror Writers of America Fiona Webster Robert N. Webster, pseudonym for Ray Palmer Weight: the force with which a planet or other heavenly body attracts another mass, usually smaller, towards its center. For a body of mass = M, and a local gravitational acceleration constant g, Weight = M X g See: Weightlessness, Zero-G, Microgravity Frank Weight, pseudonym for E. C. Tubb Weightlessness: more properly "Free Fall" (a term coined by Robert A. Heinlein), also known as Zero-G, or Microgravity, this is the state of a body in orbit, or falling, in which weight is not observed although mass is unchanged. See: Weight, Zero-G, Microgravity Elizabeth E. Wein, author in England: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Elizabeth E. Wein e-mail Elizabeth E. Wein old, invalid? Len Wein: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America no known home page e-mail Len Wein Helen Weinbaum, pseudonym for (original name of) Helen W. Kasson Stanley G. Weinbaum: {to be done} Robert Weinberg: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; Member of Horror Writers of America Robert Weinberg Fantasy novels: * THE DEVIL'S AUCTION * THE ARMAGEDDON BOX * THE BLACK LODGE White Wolf books: * the "Masquerade of the Red Death" Vampire trilogy: * BLOOD WAR * UNHOLY ALLIES * THE UNBEHOLDEN Robert Weinberg is co-owner of WEIRD TALES, soon to be on-line, and is Vice President of Argosy Communications Inc, which owns the intellectual property rights to various pulp magazines published by Popular Publications and Munsey Magazines, including the complete back-list of: * THE SPIDER * OPERATOR 5 * G-8 * THE SECRET SIX * and many others: see MAGAZINES Some novels featuring these characters can be found on-line from Vintage Library {hotlink to be done} e-mail Robert Weinberg Andrew Weiner: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America {to be done} e-mail Andrew Weiner David Weiner: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America {to be done} e-mail David Weiner William M. Weiner, fan pseudonym for Sam Moskowitz Dave Weinstein Dave Weinstein Mordred Weir, pseudonym for Amelia R. Long Margaret Weis: Margaret Weis author of "Star of the Guardians" space epic, co-author with Tracy Hickman of 20+ bestselling fantasy novels Margaret Weis @ Dragon*Con Books under the pseudonyms "Margaret Baldwin": * The Boys Who Saved the Children * Kisses of Death * others {to be done} Books under the pseudonyms "Susan Lawson": * Riddle of the Griffin [TSR] co-author Roger Moore Books as Margaret Weis: * the "Star of the Guardian four-volume galactic fantasy saga: * details {to be done} [Bantam Books, 1990-95] Books co-authored with Tracy Hickman: * the "Dragonlance® Chronicles" series [TSR, 1984] * Dragonlance® Legends [TSR, 1985] series * the "Darksword Trilogy" adult fantasy [Bantam, 1988] * the seven-volume Death's Death cycle Jacob Weisman: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; Tachyon Publications Tachyon Publications e-mail Tachyon Publications Toni Weisskopf: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America editor at Baen Books Phaedra M. Weldon: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America {to be done} e-mail Phaedra M. Weldon Rex Weldon, pseudonym for Duane W. Rimel Edward Wellen: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America nothing on the Web? * Hijack [Beagle, 1971] Manly Wade Wellman: {to be done} Angus Wells: * Lords of the Sky [Bantam Spectra, year?] * Exile's Children [Bantam Spectra, year?] * Exile's Challenge [Bantam Spectra, year?] * The "Kingdoms" series: * Wrath of Ashar * The Usurper * The Way Beneath * the "Godwars" series: * Forbidden Magic * Dark Magic * Wild Magic Barry Wells: * The Day the Earth Caught Fire [Ballentine Books, 1962] film hotlink {to be done} Basil Wells: * Doorways to Space [Fantasy Publishing Co. Inc., 1951] 15 stories * Planets of Adventure [Fantasy Publishing Co. Inc., 1949] 15 stories Braxton Wells, pseudonym for Donald A. Wollheim Catherine Wells: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Catherine Wells Born in Los Angeles; moved to Robinson, North Dakota; B.A., Theatre, Jamestown College; resides in Tucson with husband and two daughters; manages a library for a science/technology company Books: * the ??? trilogy: * The Earth Is All That Lasts [Del Rey, 1991] * Children of the Earth * The Earth Saver e-mail Catherine Wells H. G. Wells Hampton Wells, pseudonym for Manly Wade Wellman Hubert George Wells, pseudonym for Forrest J. Ackerman H. G. Wells, full name Herbert George Wells: the leading major English language science fiction author of all. Indeed, Herbert George Wells is often considered the father of modern science fiction. Seminal works include "The War of the Worlds" (1898) and "The Invisible Man " (1897). Hotlinks, partial bibliography, and essay {to be done} J. Wellington Wells, pseudonym for L. Sprague de Camp John Jay Wells, pseudonym for Marion Zimmer Bradley & Juanita Coulson Martha Wells: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America very promising young Fantasy author, born 1964 in Ft.Worth, Texas B.A., Anthropology, Texas A&M University publications include: City of Bones, Tor, 1995 The Element of Fire, Tor, July 1993 "Thorns", Realms of Fantasy, June 1995 Finalist for 1993 Compton Crook/Stephen Tall Award Runner-up for 1994 Crawford Award Martha Wells new, preferred author's home page, with biographical and bibliographical details, reviews, and excerpts from new to-be-published novels Martha Wells old, invalid Martha Wells @rtis.com e-mail Martha Wells new, preferred e-mail Martha Wells old, invalid Robert Wells: * Candle in the Sun [Berkley, 1971] * The Parasaurus [Berkley, 1969] * Right Handed Wilderness [Ballantine Books, 1973] * The Spacjacks [Berkley, 1975] Wade Wells, pseudonym for Manly Wade Wellman Julie Wellsley, pseudonym for Wilfred McNeilly Kathy D. Wentworth: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; elected 2000-2001 Secretary of SFWA; Locus/Contento lists: Books: * The "Moonspeaker" science fiction novel series: * Moonspeaker [Ballantine Del Rey, Nov 1994] ISBN 0-345-38973-5, $4.99, 266pp, paperback, cover by Nicholas Jainschigg; Psychic capability to travel to ALTERNATE WORLDS * House of Moons [Ballantine Del Rey, May 1995] ISBN 0-345-39461-5, $5.50, 284pp, paperback, cover by Nicholas Jainschigg, sequel to Moonspeaker. * Other Science Fiction novels: * The Imperium Game [Ballantine Del Rey, Feb 1994] ISBN 0-345-38729-5, $4.50, 252pp, paperback, cover by Nicholas Jainschigg, 1st Novel, computer game about the Roman Empire begins to affect Reality. See: CYBER PUNK Short Fiction (chronologically): * "Daddy's Girls" [L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, vol.5, ed. Algis Budrys, Bridge Publications, 1989] * "Dust" [Starshore, Summer 1990; Freezer Burn Magazine, no. 6, 1996] * "Blue Suede Soul" [Tales of the Unanticipated, no.9, 1991] * "Due Process" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Dec 1991] * "Pilgrimage to aLeth Four" [Midnight Zoo, vol.1, no.3, 1991] * "The Ronnie" [Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Aug 1991; Alfred Hitchcock's Tales of the Supernatural and the Fantastic, ed. Cathleen Jordan, Smithmark, 1993] * "The Tie That Binds" [Figment, no.7, 1991] * "The Willow King" [Pulphouse, 25 Oct 1991] * "Wordstyles of the Rich & Famous" [Pulphouse, 6 July 1991] * "Spin" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Fall 1992] * "Dark of the Moon" [After Hours, Winter 1992] * "Outhouse Moon" [After Hours, Summer 1993] * "Along the Old Rose Trail" [Tomorrow, Dec 1993] * "Comrades-in-Arms" [Tales of the Unanticipated, no.12, 1993] * "Sacred Ground" [F&SF Oct/Nov 1993] * "Some Like Them Dead" [Figment, no.16, 1993] * "Brother Billy's Good News" [Galaxy, Sep/Oct 1994] * "The Court of Sorrows" [Galaxy, Mar/Apr 1994] * "Night of the Living Bra" [Return to the Twilight Zone, ed. Carol Serling and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1994] * "Shore Leave" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Spring 1994] * "The Sport of Kings" [Mindsparks, Fall 1994] * "Yule" [Galaxy, Nov/Dec 1994] * "As You Sow" [F&SF, Mar 1995] * "The Turquoise Horse" [Vision Quests, ed. Dawn Albright and Sandra J. Hutchinson, Angelus Press, 1995] * "Under the Weather" [Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Oct 1995] * "Burning Bright" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Summer 1996] * "Another Country" [Dying for It, ed. Gardner R. Dozois, HarperPrism, 1997] * "In the Land of the Bears" [Realms of Fantasy, Dec 1997] * " 'Tis the Season" [F&SF, Dec 1997] * "Blade Runner" [Did You Say Chicks?!, ed. Esther Friesner, Baen, 1998] * "Tall One" [F&SF, Apr 1998] e-mail Kathy D. Wentworth e-mail Kathy D. Wentworth old, invalid? Robert Wentworth, pseudonym for Edmond Hamilton Sophie Louise Wenzel, pseudonym for Sophie Wenzel Ellis Franz Werfel: * Star of the Unborn [Viking, 1946; Bantam, 1976] John Werheim, pseudonym for John Russell Fearn Barton Werper, pseudonym for Peter T. Scott, author of 5 UNauthorized Tarzan novels: * Tarzan and the Silver Globe [Gold Star, 1964] * Tarzan and the Cave City [Gold Star, 1964] * Tarzan and the Snake People [Gold Star, 1964] actually authored by Peg O'Neill Scott * Tarzan and the Abominable Snowman [Gold Star, 1965] * Tarzan and the Winged Invaders [Gold Star, 1965] Art Wesley, pseudonym for Dean A. Grennell Mary Wesley: * The Sixth Seal [Stein & Day, 1971] H. W. Wesso, pseudonym for Hans Waldemar Wessolowski Brook West, a.k.a. M. Brook West: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Brook West e-mail Brook West Douglas West, pseudonym for E. C. Tubb Jake West: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Jake West Jessamyn West: * The Chilekings [Ballentine Books, 1968] Julia H. West: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Julia H. West * "Weeds", in "Enchanted Forests" (DAW Books) * "The Peachwood Flute", in "The Shimmering Door" (HarperPrism) * "Sea of Chaos", in "Writers of the Future Vol. XI" (Bridge Publications) e-mail Julia H. West at school e-mail Julia H. West at home Michael West, pseudonym for August W. Derleth Mike West @ Dragon*Con, 20 years in film Michelle West, a.k.a. Michelle Sagara (1963-): Michelle West lives in Toronto with husband and child, working with brother Gary at Bakka (Canada's oldest Science Fiction/Fantasy bookstore); 2-times nominated (1991, 1992) for John Campbell Awards; Book Review columnist "Guilty Pleasures" [Fantasy and Science Fiction] Michelle West University of Toronto tribute page Paul West: * Colonel Mint [Dutton, 1972] Terry M. West: Member of Horror Writers of America Terry M. West Wallace West: * The Bird of Time [Gnome, 1959; Ace] * The Everlasting Exiles [Avalon, 1967] * Lords of Atlantis [Avalon, 1960; Air] * The Memory [Avalon, 1961; Air] * River of Time [Avalon, 1963] * The Time Lockers [Avalon, 1964] * Outposts in Space [Avalon, 1962] Robert Westall, died 1993 age 63, author of over 30 young adult novels, plus a number of adult ghost tales, books included: * The Devil on the Road * The Scarecrows * The Watch House * The Wild Eye Kathleen Westcott, pseudonym for Christine E. Abrahamsen Scott Westerfeld: Scott Westerfeld Fletcher Westflag, pseudonym for William Rotsler Sten Westgard: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Novel: * White Swan, Blck Raven [AvoNova] Short Fiction: * "Planned Obsolescence" [Tomorrow] * "Without Fear of Rejection" [Tomorrow] * "The Dog Rose" [Tomorrow] e-mail Sten Westgard Mary Westmacott, pseudonym for Agatha Christie Allen Weston, pseudonym for Alice M. Norton & Grace Allen George Weston: * His First Million Women [Farrar & Rinehart, 1934; Avon] N. J. Westwood, pseudonym for Joseph J. Millard June Wetherell: * Blueprint [Walker, 1971] Robert Wexler: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Robert Wexler Return to Authors W Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Tim Whalen: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America former Attorney for Science Fiction Writers of America Leslie What: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Leslie What e-mail Leslie What @efn.org e-mail Leslie What @radarangels.com Dennis Wheatley: * They Found Atlantis [Lippincott, 1936; Ballentine Books] * others {to be done} Deborah Wheeler: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Deborah Wheeler Ramona Louise Wheeler: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Ramona Louise Wheeler Richard M. Wheeler: Richard M. Wheeler Wendy Wheeler: e-mail Wendy Wheeler Michael Whelan: no known home page, but America Online e-mail Wendy Wheeler: Wendy Wheeler e-mail Wendy Wheeler Cecil B. White, pseudonym for William H. Christie Ed White (1930-1967): the first American to Spacewalk (Gemini 4, June 1965). Died in Apollo fire, with Gus Grissom and Roger Chaffee. George M. White, pseudonym for J. M. Walsh Harlan White, pseudonym for Harlan Ellison James White: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America James White tribute page * The "Sector General" books, about a multi-species space hospital: * Hospital Station [Ballentine Books, 1962] 5 linked stories * Star Surgeon [Ballentine Books, 1963] novel * Major Operation [Ballentine Books, 1971] 6 linked stories * All Judgment Fled [Walker, 1969; Ballentine Books] {hotlink to summary & quote to be done} * The Aliens Among Us [Ballentine Books, 1969] 7 stories * Deadly Litter [Ballentine Books, 1964] 4 stories * The Dream Millennium [Ballentine Books, 1974] * Escape Orbit [Ace, 1965] * Lifeboat [Ballentine Books, 1972] * Monsters and Medics [Ballentine Books, 1977] 8 stories combined with Second Ending [Ace, 1962] * The Secret Visitors [Ace, 1957] * Tomorrow is Too Far [Ballentine Books, 1971] * The Watch Below [Ballentine Books, 1966; Walker, 1969] other bio/biblio data to be added from Program Book, WorldCon, 1996 Jane White: * Comet [Harper & Row, 1975] Lori Ann White: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Lori Ann White Parker White, pseudonym for W. A. P. White (Anthony Boucher) Ted White: author, big name fan, fanzine publisher, editor of Amazing Stories under publisher Arthur Bernard, which publisher ripped off the franchise, destroyed the near-priceless complete set of issues. Ted was Fan Guest of Honor at the 1986 WorldCon, in Melbourne Australia, and was the last person I hung out with before meeting the beautiful and brilliant scientist/author who soon became my wife and co-webmaster, but that's another story...: * The "Maximillion Quest on Qanar" series, under pseudonym Ron Archer (co-author D Van Arnam): * Phoenix Prime [Lancer, 1966] * The Sorceress of Qar [Lancer, 1966] * Star Wolf [Lancer, 1966] * the "Tanner" novels: * Android Avenger [Ace, 1965] * The Spawn of the Death Machine [Paperback Library, 1968; Warner Paperback Library] * By Furies Pssessed [Signet, 1970] * Invasion from 2500 [Monarch, 1964] under pseudonym Norman Edwards (co-author Terry Carr) * The Jewels of Elsewhen [Belmont, 1967] * No Time Like Tomorrow [Crown, 1969] juvenile * Secret of the Marauder Satellite [Westminster, 1967] juvenile * Sideslip [Pyramid, 1968] (co-author D Van Arnam) * Trouble on Project Ceres [Westminster, 1971] juvenile * Captain America -- The Great Gold Steal [Bantam, 1968] * The Oz Encounter [Pyramid; Doc Phoenix Book #1] (co-author M. Woldman) * Lost in Space [Pyramid, 1967] under pseudonym Ron Archer (co-author D Van Arnam) T. H. White, full name Terence Hansbury White: T. H. White * The "Camelot" series: * The Sword in the Stone [Putnam, 1939; Dell] * The Witch in the Wood [Putnam, 1939] * The Ill-Made Knight [Putnam, 1940] * The Once and Future King [Putnam, 1958; Dell; Berkley] 3 novels in one volume, with some added material * The Book of Merlyn [Texas Press, 1977] * The Master [Putnam, 1957; Avon, 1967] * The Elephant and the Kangaroo [Putnam, 1947 White Dwarf: Faint star less than 1.4 times the mass of our Sun, which has collapsed to less than 1% the radius of our Sun. More massive stars start to collapse, but then explode into Supernovae, leaving Pulsars behind. Even more massive stars eventually become Black Holes. There are at least 10,000,000,000 White Dwarves in the Milky Way galaxy alone, the most famous being Sirius B, discovered in 1844. After a prodigious length of time, they cool to Black Dwarves, with solid crusts on which life may flourish, as first fictionalized by Olaf Stapledon. See: Black Hole, Pulsar, Supernova, Olaf Stapledon White Noise: sounds like a hiss, no single frequency, caused (in communications devices) by the random motion of electrons, and reduced by cooling the device. George Whitley, pseudonym for A. Bertram Chandler Dean Whitlock: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Dean Whitlock Walt Whitman Elliott Whitney, pseudonym for H. Bedford-Jones Elliott Whitney, pseudonym for Joseph H. Dockweiler & Frederic Arnold Kummer, Jr. Reid Whitney, pseudonym for R. Coutts Armour Spencer Whitney, pseudonym for Arthur J. Burks Chantal Whittington: Chantal Whittington Daniel Whitton, pseudonym for John H. Pomeroy H. Walter Whyte: * Deep Freeze [Manor, 1977] Return to Authors W Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Stanley Wiater: Member of Horror Writers of America Stanley Wiater Leonard Wibberly, full name Leonard Patrick O'Connor Wibberly (9 Apr 1915-22 Nov 1983) Irish journalist, editor, bureau chief; reporter/editor of the Chicago Tribune, side-by-side with David Brin's father; best known for the series of political thriller spoofs "The Mouse That Roared" and "The Mouse on the Moon", the latter filmed and nominally science fiction, and also: * Homeward to Ithaka [Morrow, 1978] * One in Four [Morrow, 1976] * The Quest of Excalibur [Putnam, 1959] * 11 mystery/detective novels under pseudonym Leonard Holton, with series character Father Joseph Bredder * 22 unrelated novels as Leonard Wibberly, including the "Mouse" series: * The Mouse That Roared [Boston: Little Brown, 1955] * Beware of the Mouse [New York: Putnam, 1958] * The Mouse on the Moon [New York: Morrow, 1962] nominally science fiction, {film hotlink to be done} * The Mouse on Wall Street [New York: Morrow, 1969] * The Mouse that Saved the West [New York: Morrow, 1981] * 20 juvenile novels [some mystery/detective, at least one "Encounter Near Venus" science fiction] * 16 juvenile novels as Patrick O'Connor * 6 juvenile novels as Christopher Webb * 6 plays * 1 ballet scenario "Encounter Near Venus" * 2 books of poetry for children * 14 nonfiction books (humor, history, travel) * 11 nonfiction juveniles (history, biography) Elizabeth Wicker: Elizabeth Wicker Wide-Field Planetary Camera: see Hubble Space Telescope Stewart Wieck (Stewart von Allmen): * Conspicuous Consumption [HarperCollins] Wien's Displacement Law: see Black Body Susan Wiggs: Susan Wiggs Rick Wilber: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Rick Wilber Jimmy Wilde, pseudonym for John Creasey Lady Wilde, pseudonym for Lady Jane Francisca Speranza Wilde Oscar Wilde: here listed for "The Happy Prince and Other Fairy Tales" [1882-1891]. First told orally for his children, then (when published) immediately acclaimed as the most beautifully written stories for children ever penned. Yet they are also for adults, and for literary adults at that. Who else would be able to grasp the bitter irony, the cloying beauty, the undertone of wistfulness and regret over life's cruelties and inexplicabilities. An artful artlessness lingers in their superb musical cadences and faultless imagery. A hothouse quality of unreality, of a vapory combination of Fragonard, Rossetti, and Wordsworth, of studied ingenuousness, pervades all these stories. There is also the unmistakable influence of Pre-Raphaelite painting in them, and of Walter Pater's escapist erudition. One's attention is fascinated by the glitter of precious stones the sheen of metal, the scents of exotic flowers, the pungency of rare spices, and the ravishment of beautiful brocades and silks. And to heighten the antique effect, Wilde evokes the pastoral simplicity of Biblical language. All words are treated musically. A striking device, taken from poetry, the repetition of particular phrases, conjures up soft harmonies and a sensuous languor. Allen Wilder, pseudonym for John W. Jakes Cherry Wilder, pseudonym for Cherry B. Grimm: * The Luck of Brin's Five [Athenaeum, 1977] Eric Wilding, pseudonym for E. C. Tubb John H. Wiley, housename and pseudonym for Roger P. Graham and others Kate Wilhelm: Winner of Hugo 1977, Nebula Awards 1968+1986+1987 "Juniper Time" (1979) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle Married to author/editor Damon Knight, also a noted Mystery/Detective author; books include: * Abyss [Doubleday, 1971; Bantam] 2 novels in one volume * City of Cain [Boston: Little Brown, 1974] * The Clewiston Test [Farrar Strauss & Giroux, 1976; Pocket] * The Clone [see co-author T. Thomas] * The Downstairs Room [Doubleday, 1967; Dell] 14 stories * The Killer Thing [Doubleday, 1967; Science Fiction Book Club; Dell] * Let the Fire Fall [Doubleday, 1969; Lancer] * Margaret and I [Boston: Little Brown, 1971; Ballentine; Pocket] * The Mile Long Spaceship [Berkley, 1963] 11 stories * More Bitter Than Death [Tower, 1966] * The Infinity Box [Harper & Row, 1975; Pocket] 9 stories * The Nevermore Affair [Doubleday, 1966; Curtis] * Somerset Dreams & Other Fictions [Harper & Row, 1978] 8 stories * Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang [Harper & Row, 1976; Science Fiction Book Club; Pocket] * The Year of the Cloud [see co-author T. Thomas] Connie Wilkins: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Connie Wilkins Vaughan Wilkins: * The City of Frozen Fire [Macmillan, 1951] * Valley Beyond Time [St.Martins, 1955]] C. D. Willard, pseudonym for Charles W. Diffin Willer, pseudonym for Ed Emshwiller Edward Willett: Edward Willett @awbm.ca Edward Willett @sympatico.ca Canadian science fiction author, a member of SF Canada, with a handful of short satories to his credit and his first novel to be published in 1997. e-mail Edward Willett Elizabeth Willey Robert Willey, pseudonym for Willy Ley (scientist, science writer, author, whom I met at the Hayden Planetarium when I was about 10 years old) Francis Williams: * It Happened Tomorrow [Abelard, 1952] Gordon Williams: * The Micronauts [Bantam, 1977] Hart Williams: Hart Williams John X. Williams, house name and pseudonym for Jordan James, Andrew J. Offutt Mark Williams: Mark Williams Michael Lindsay Williams: Michael Lindsay Williams e-mail Michael Lindsay Williams Published author; his site sells his work, and hopes to add the works of other published authors of hard SF, works not available elsewhere, by e-mail, diskette, or hardcopy. Nick Bodie Williams: * The Atom Curtain [Ace, 1956] Paul Williams (1948-): {to be done} French Language page for Paul Williams * The Divine Invasion of Philip K. Dick [pub? date?] nonfiction Robert Moore Williams: * The "Jongor" series: * Jongor of Lost Land [Popular, 1970] * The Return of Jongor [Popular, 1970] * Jongor Fights Back [Popular, 1970] * The "Zanthar" series: * Zanthar of the Many Worlds [Lancer, 1967] * Zanthar at the Edge of Never [Lancer, 1968] * Zanthar at Moon's Madness [Lancer, 1968] * Zanthar at Trip's End [Lancer, 1969] * Beachhead Planet [Dell, 1970] * The Bell from Infinity [Lancer, 1968] * The Blue Atom [Ace, 1958] * The Chaos Fighters [Ace, 1955] * Conquest of the Space Sea [Ace, 1955] * The Day They H-Bombed Los Angeles [Ace, 1961] * The Darkness Before Tomorrow [Ace, 1962] * Doomsday Eve [Ace, 1957] * Flight from Yesterday [Ace, 1963] * King of the Fourth Planet [Ace, 1962] * Love is Forever, We Are For Tonight [Curtis, 1970] * The Lunar Eye [Ace, 1964] * Now Comes Tomorrow [Curtis, 1971] * The Second Atlantis [Ace, 1965] * The Star Wasps [Ace, 1963] * To the End of Time [Ace, 1960] 5 stories * Vigilante -- 21st Century [lancer, 1967] * The Void beyond [Ace, 1958] 6 stories * When Two Worlds Meet [Curtis, 1970] 6 stories * Walk Up the Sky [Avalon, 1962] * World of the Masterminds [Ace, 1960] Sean Williams: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Author of AUSTRALIA Sean Williams: Australia e-mail Sean Williams Sheila Williams: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Assistant Editor, Asimov's SF Magazine e-mail Sheila Williams @ Asimov's SF Magazine Sidney Williams: Member of Horror Writers of America Sidney Williams Speedy Williams, pseudonym for L. H. Smith Tad Williams: bestselling Fantasy author, co-founder of an interactive television company, novelist, comic book author, film and television scriptwriter: Tad Williams * Tailchaser's Song * the "Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn" trilogy * {to be done} Tennessee Williams, pseudonym for Thomas L. Williams, whose first publication was a letter to a science fiction editor, and who did write some SF stories, namely {to be done} Thomas Williams: * Tsuga's Children [Random House, 1977] T. Owen Williams: * A Month for Mankind [Lenox Hill, 1971] Walter Jon Williams: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Walter Jon Williams home page complete bibliography + sample chapters of "METROPOLITAN" and "ROCK OF AGES" Walter Jon Williams Chad Lundgren tribute page, with reviews and more French Language page for Walter Jon Williams e-mail Walter Jon Williams e-mail Walter Jon Williams or maybe at this e-mail Walter Jon Williams @ Genie Books: * Knight Moves [1985] * Hardwired [1986] * Days of Atonement [1991] * Metropolitan [1995] nominated for Nebula Award * City on Fire [1997] sequel to Metropolitan * the "Drake Maijstral" Series: * The Crown Jewels [1987] * House of Shards [1988] * Rock of Ages [1995] * The Rift [HarperPris] "a grand-scale disaster epic" Gary Williamson: Gary Williamson Jack Williamson (also wrote under pseudonym Will Stewart): Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; the longest-writing author in the Science Fiction world, who moved to New Mexico by covered wagon through Indian territory, and is still writing now that mankind has sent robot missions to all the planets except Pluto... I still remember the day that my wife and I ran into him at a (now defunct) restaurant in Pasadena, Brotherton's, and I got him a pass to JPL to see the Voyager encounter with Neptune... He had just flown to Southern California with a 95-year-old pilot, a Mr. Champagne, and was as excited as any schoolboy at the flyby... Jack Williamson: Grand Master Nebula 1975 Bibliography {to be done} Jack Williamson Chad Lundgren tribute page e-mail Jack Williamson Philip G. Williamson: Philip G. Williamson Philip Williamson reviews Skip Williamson: Skip Williamson @ Dragon*Con one of the founders, 25 years ago, of "underground comics" Albert Frederick Willie, pseudonym for H. P. Lovecraft George C. Willick: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail George C. Willick Charles Willis, pseudonym for Arthur C. Clarke Connie Willis: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Connie Willis Willy the Wisp, fan pseudonym for Donald A. Wollheim Ann Wilson: Ann Wilson Barbara Wilson, pseudonym for Laurence M. Janifer Colin Wilson: * The Mind Parasites [Arkham, 1967; Bantam] * The Philosphers Stone [Crown, 1971; Warner] * The Space Vampires [Random House, 1976; Pocket] film hotlink {to be done} David Niall Wilson: Member of Horror Writers of America; United States navy, Retired; married JoAnne, 2 sons; pseudonyms "Lucas Vancraven" and "Herb Greenhouse" David Niall Wilson Novels: * Star Trek: Voyager novels: * Chrysalis [1997] * This is My Blood [1995] * Except You Go Through Shadows - (1/5 of the White Wolf Omnibus The Essential World of Darkness) * The Grails Covenant Trilogy - also White Wolf, comprised of the novels: * To Sift Through Bitter Ashes * To Speak With Lifeless Tongues * To Dream of Dreamer's Lost Story Collections: * The Fall of the House of Escher & Other Illusions Short Stories: * many {to be done} David Niall Wilson as listed by HWA e-mail David Niall Wilson new e-mail David Niall Wilson old, invalid? e-mail David Niall Wilson old, invalid? F. Paul Wilson: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; Member of Horror Writers of America author of "The Keep", co-author of Sci-Fi Channel's "FTL Newsfeed" program, an author of: * Healer [Doubleday, 1976; Dell] F. Paul Wilson @siue tribute site by Kade Cole F. Paul Wilson @scifi.com F. Paul Wilson @scifi.com/pulp F. Paul Wilson @ Dragon*Con Over 15 books, including: * 5 Science Fiction SF novels: * Dydeetown World * The Tery * others {to be done} * the 6-volume Horror "Adversary Cycle" * The Keep (New York Times Bestseller) * The Tomb(New York Times Bestseller) * Nightworld * others {to be done} e-mail F. Paul Wilson Gabriel Wilson, pseudonym for Mr. & Mrs. Ray Cummings Glenn T. Wilson: isfdb lists: * "The Timeless Spy" [Galaxy, Nov 1977] ed. John J. Pierce, $1.25 Jack Wilson: Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Back Cover [Nebula Science Fiction, Oct 1954] ed. Peter Hamilton James J. J. Wilson: isfdb lists: Nonfiction: * "Fan Column: Fan Fare" [Fantastic, Oct 1979] ed. Omar Gohagen, Ultimate Publishing Co., Inc., $1.50 * "Fan Column: Fan Fare" [Fantastic, Apr 1980] ed. Omar Gohagen, Ultimate Publishing Co., Inc., $1.50 John W. Wilson: Science Writer; isfdb lists: * "Space: Percheron" [Omni, Dec 1981] nonfiction Julie Wilson: isfdb lists: * "Blind Date" [Hottest Blood: The Ultimate in Erotic Horror, eds. Jeff Gelb and Michael Garrett, Pocket, 1993] ISBN 0-671-75367-3, $5.50, paperback Morris Lee Wilson: Fantasy/Horror Poet; isfdb lists: Poetry: * "I Am Not Perfect" [Eldritch Tales, Winter 1991] ed. Crispin Burnham, $6.00 * untitled ("As I play my guitar...") [Eldritch Tales, Winter 1993] Nancy Tucker Wilson: Fantasy Poet; isfdb lists: * "Legends" [Isaac Asimov's, Mar 1982] ed. Kathleen Moloney, $1.50; poetry Peter Lamborn Wilson: isfdb lists: Anthologies Edited: * Semiotext[e] Science Fiction (co-editors Rudy Rucker and Robert Anton Wilson, Autonomedia, 1989] $10.00, trade paperback Short Fiction: * "Fountains of Time" [Interzone, Winter 1986] £1.50 R. A. Wilson: isfdb lists: * "Island Man" [Isaac Asimov's, Jan 1981] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.50 Richard Wilson: Books: * The Girls from Planet 5 [Ballentine Books Hardcover, 1955; Lancer] * And then the Town Took Off [Ace, 1960] * Time Out for Tomorrow [Ballentine Books, 1962] 12 stories * Those Idiots from Earth [Ballentine Books, 1957] 10 stories * 30 Day Wonder [Ballentine Books, 1960] * 1960-1987 no books listed in internet, but I suspect I'm missing something... * The Kid From Ozone Park [Chris Drumm Books, 1987] story collection, $3.50 Short Fiction: * "The Man From Siykul" [Planet Stories, Winter 1942] ed. W. Scott Peacock, $0.20 * "Dateline: Mars" [Planet Stories, May 1951] ed. Jerome Bixby, $0.25 * "Love" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1952] eds. Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas, $0.35 [Shadow of Tomorrow, ed. Frederik Pohl, Perma (Doubleday), 1953]$0.35, paperback [The End of Summer, eds. Barry N. Malzberg and Bill Pronzini, Ace, 1979] paperback * "The Hoaxters" [Galaxy, June 1952] ed. H. L. Gold, $0.35 * "The Inhabited" [Galaxy, Jan 1953] ed. H. L. Gold, $0.35 * "If You Were the Only" [Galaxy Science Fiction, June 1953] $0.35 [The Tenth Galaxy Reader, ed. Frederik Pohl, Doubleday, 1967]$4.50, hardcover * "Friend of the Family" [Star Science Fiction Stories No. 2, ed. Frederik Pohl, Ballantine, 1953] $2.00, hardcover [Ballantine, 1972] ISBN 0-345-02718-3, $0.95, paperback * "Have It Your Own Way" [Amazing Stories, May 1954] ed. Howard Browne, $0.35 * "Double Take" [Worlds of If, January 1954] ed. James L. Quinn, $0.35 * "Back to Julie" [Galaxy, May 1954] $0.35 [Assignment in Tomorrow, ed. Frederik Pohl, Hanover House, 1954] $2.95, hardcover * "Killer in the Crib" [Fantastic, Apr 1955] ed. Howard Browne, $0.35 * "Inside Story" [Galaxy Science Fiction, June 1955] $0.35 * "Lonely Road" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1956] $0.35 * "Kin" (a.k.a. "Show Your Might") [100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978] hardcover * "George All the Way" [Galaxy, Oct 1956] $0.35 * "Don't Fence Me In" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1956] [100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978] hardcover * "Course of Empire" [100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978] hardcover * "Quota for Conquest" [Galaxy, May 1957] $0.35 * "QRM" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1957] ed. Anthony Boucher, $0.35 * "Change of Venue" [Fantastic, July 1957] ed. Paul W. Fairman, Ziff-Davis Publishing Co., $0.35 * "The Voice of the Diaphragm" [Galaxy, May 1958] $0.35 * "The Venus Papers" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1958]ed. Anthony Boucher, $0.35 * "Man Working" [Star Science Fiction Stories No. 4, ed. Frederik Pohl, Ballantine, 195] $0.35, paperback * "Kill Me with Kindness" [Galaxy, Jan 1958] $0.35 [The Fourth Galaxy Reader, ed. H. L. Gold, Pocket Permabook, 1960] #M4184, paperback * "Traveling Companion Wanted" [Galaxy, June 1959] ed. H. L. Gold, $0.50 * "The Watchers in the Glade" [Galaxy, Aug 1964] ed. Frederik Pohl [The Ninth Galaxy Reader, ed. Frederik Pohl, Doubleday, 1966] $3.95, hardcover [Pocket Books, 1967] $0.50, paperback [The Ninth Galaxy Reader, ed. Frederik Pohl, Gollancz, 1967] 21/- net, hardcover * "The Carson Effect" [Worlds of Tomorrow, Nov 1964] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.50 [Annual Best SF 10, ed.Judith Merril, Mayflower-Dell, 1965] 08611-8, £5/-, paperback [10th Annual Edition: The Year's Best S-F, Judith Merril, Delacorte, 1965] hardcover * "Harry Protagonist, Brain-Drainer" [Galaxy, Feb 1965] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.60 [100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978] hardcover * "The Eight Billion" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1965] ed. Jospeph W. Ferman, $0.50 * "They Hilariated When I Hyperspaced For Earth" [Galaxy], Feb 1967] * "The South Waterford Rumple Club" [Galaxy, Dec 1967] ed. Frederik Pohl, $.60 * "See Me Not" [World's Best SF 1968, eds. Donald A. Wollheim and Terry Carr, Ace, 1968] $0.75, paperback * "The Evil Ones" [Worlds of If, Feb 1967] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.50 * "9-9-99" [Galaxy, Aug 1967] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.60 * "Mother to the World" [Orbit 3, Damon Knight, G. P. Putnam's, 1968] hardcover [Nebula Award Stories Four, ed. Poul Anderson, Pocket Books, 1971] ISBN 0-671-75646-X, $0.75, paperback [Best from Orbit, ed. Damon Knight, Berkley, 1975] hardcover [The Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Volume III, Nebula Winners 1965-1969 eds. Arthur C. Clarke and George W. Proctor, Avon, 1982] ISBN 0-380-79335-0, $3.95, paperback * "A Man Spekith" [Galaxy, May 1969] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.60 [World's Best Science Fiction: 1970, eds. Donald A. Wollheim and Terry Carr, Ace, 1970] Ace #91357, $0.95, paperback * "If A Man Answers" [Worlds of If, Jan 1970] ed. Ejler Jakobsson, $.60 * "The Day They Had the War" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1971] $0.60 * "The Far King" [Isaac Asimov's, Mar/Apr 1978] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.25 * "The Story Writer" [Destinies, Apr/June 1979, ed. James Baen, Ace, 1979] ISBN 0-441-14277-X, $2.25, pbpaperback [The 1980 Annual World's Best SF, eds. Donald A. Wollheim and Arthur W. Saha, DAW Books, 1980] hardcover; $2.25, paperback * "Gone Past" [Destinies, Fall 1980, ed. James Baen, Ace, 1980] ISBN 0-441-14303-2, $2.50, paperback * "See Me Safely Home" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1985] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "Waiting for the Buyer" [The Kid From Ozone Park] * "A Letter from a Lady" [The Kid From Ozone Park] * "The Kid from Ozone Park" [The Kid From Ozone Park, Chris Drumm Books, 1987] $3.50 * "Harry Protagonist, Inseminator General" [The Kid From Ozone Park] * "Green Is the Color" [The Kid From Ozone Park] * "The Greater Powers" [The Kid From Ozone Park] * "Fair Morsel" [The Kid From Ozone Park] * "The Blue Lady" [The Kid From Ozone Park] * "Aunt Fritzi" [The Kid From Ozone Park] * "Able Baker Camel" [Amazing Stories, Jan 1987] ed. Patrick Lucien Price, $1.75 * "The Name on the Book" [Twilight Zone Magazine, Oct 1988] ed. Tappan King, $2.50 * "At the Sign of the Boar's Head Nebula" [The Last Dangerous Visions, ed. Harlan Ellison, 1999???] Nonfiction: * "Syracuse University's Science-Fiction Collections" [Worlds of Tomorrow, May 1967] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.50 Robert Anton Wilson: Robert Anton Wilson home page Has fun stuff such as "Wilson's Thought For The Week", his speaking schedule, much more. Books: * the "Illuminatus!" Trilogy * the "Schrodinger's Cat Trilogy" * Prometheus Rising Magazine articles in: * Mondo 2000 * Magical Blend * others Robert Anton Wilson tribute pages with Timothy Leary interview from Cruzio's arts library Robert Anton Wilson @ empirenet Robert Charles Wilson: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America from Canada: e-mail Robert Charles Wilson Books: * A Hidden Place [Bantam Spectra, 1986] ISBN 0-553-26103-7, $2.95, paperback [Bantam Spectra, 1989] ISBN 0-553-26103-7, $3.95, paperback [Orbit, 1990] ISBN 0-7088-8341-9, £3.50, paperback * Memory Wire [Bantam Spectra, 1988] ISBN 0-553-26853-8, $3.50, paperback [Bantam Spectra, 1990] ISBN 0-553-26853-8, $3.95, paperback [Orbit, 1990] ISBN 0-7088-8340-0, £3.50, paperback * Gypsies [Doubleday Foundation, 1989] ISBN 0-385-24933-0, $16.95, hardcover [Bantam Spectra, 1989] ISBN 0-553-28304-9, $4.50, paperback [Orbit, 1990] ISBN 0-356-19080-3, £6.99, trade paperback [Orbit, 1991] ISBN 0-7088-8353-2, £3.99, paperback * The Divide [Doubleday Foundation, 1990] ISBN 0-385-26655-3, $8.95, trade paperback [Doubleday, 1990] ISBN 0-385-24947-0, $19.95, hardcover [Orbit, 1990] ISBN 0-7088-4841-9, £6.99, trade paperback [Orbit, 1991] ISBN 0-7088-8365-6, £3.99, paperback * A Bridge of Years [Doubleday Foundation, 1991] ISBN 0-385-41937-6, $12.00,trade paperback [Bantam Spectra, 1992] ISBN 0-553-29892-5, $4.99, paperback [New English Library, 1994] ISBN 0-450-60958-8, £5.99, paperback * The Harvest [Bantam Spectra, 1992] ISBN 0-553-09123-9, $23.00 ($28.00 Canada), hardcover [New English Library, 1993] ISBN 0-450-58694-4, £4.99, paperback [Science Fiction Book Club #00567, 1993] $9.98, hardcover [Bantam Spectra, 1993] ISBN 0-553-37110-X, $12.00, trade paperback [Bantam Spectra, 1994] ISBN 0-553-29221-8, $5.99, paperback * Mysterium [Science Fiction Book Club #03990, 1994] $8.98, hardcover [Bantam Spectra, 1994] ISBN 0-553-37365-X, $11.95, trade paperback [New English Library, 1995] ISBN 0-450-60959-6, £4.99, paperback * Darwinia [Tor, 1998] ISBN 0-312-86038-2, $22.95, hardcover Short Fiction: * "Equinocturne" [Analog, Feb 1975] ed. Ben Bova, $.75 * "State of the Art" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1986] [The Best from Fantasy & Science Fiction: A 40th Anniversary Anthology, ed. Edward L. Ferman, St. Martin's Press, 1989] ISBN 0-312-03293-5, hardcover * "Boulevard Life" [Isaac Asimov's, Dec 1985] ed. Shawna McCarthy, $2.00 * "The Blue Gularis" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1985] * "A Knight of Antiquity" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1986] * "Extras" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1987] [Tesseracts 4, eds. Lorna Toolis and Michael Skeet, Tesseract Books, 1992] ISBN 0-8878-322-1, $8.95 (Canadian), paperback * "Ballads in 3/4 Time" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1987] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 [Northern Stars: The Anthology of Canadian Science Fiction, eds. David Hartwell and Glenn Grant, Tor, 1994] ISBN 0-312-85747-0, $21.95, hardcover * "The Perseids" [Realms of Fantasy, Dec 1995] * "Protocols of Consumption" [Realms of Fantasy, June 1998] ed. Shawna McCarthy Robert H. Wilson: isfdb lists: * "Out Around Rigel" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, Dec 1931] ed. Harry Bates, $0.20 [Science Fiction of the 30's, ed. Damon Knight, Bobbs-Merrill, 1975] hardcover [Gosh! Wow!, ed. Forrest J. Ackerman, Bantam Books, 1982] paperback Robin Scott Wilson: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Robin Scott Wilson e-mail Robin Scott Wilson old? Anthologies Edited: * Clarion [Signet, 1971] paperback * Clarion II [Signet, 1972] paperback * Those Who Can: A Science Fiction Reader [St. Martin's Griffin, 1996] ISBN 0-312-14139-4, $13.95, trade paperback * Clarion III [Signet, 1973] paperback * Paragons: Twelve Master Science Fiction Writers Ply Their Craft [St. Martin's Press, 1996] ISBN 0-312-14023-1, $24.95, hardcover Short Fiction: * "The State of the Art" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, July 1970] $0.60 * "Gone Fishin'" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct 1970] $0.60 * "For a While There, Herbert Marcuse, I Thought You Were Maybe Right About Alienation and Eros" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1972] * "Pax Romana" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1973] * "Not a Red Cent" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Dec 1973] $0.75 * "The Greening of Mrs. Edmiston" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Jan 1987] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "To the Vector Belongs..." [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1994] $2.75 * "Something of Consequence" [Science Fiction Age, Sep 1994] ed. Scott Edelman, $3.50 * "The Retired Men's Social Club & Ladies' Auxilliary" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1996] $2.95 * "Faster Than a Speeding Bullet" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1997] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.95 * "Thanks, Diaz" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1998] ed. Gordon Van Gelder, $2.99 Nonfiction: * "The Terrific Play of Forces Natural and Human" [Clarion, Signet, 1971] paperback * "Introduction" [Clarion, Signet, 1971] paperback * "Something New Under the Sun" [Wondermakers, ed. Robert Hoskins, Fawcett Crest, 1972] paperback * "Preface" [Clarion II, Signet, 1972] paperback * "Introduction" [Clarion III, Signet, 1973] paperback Robley Wilson, Jr.: isfdb lists: * "Celebrity" [Twilight Zone Magazine, Mar/Apr 1986] ed. Michael Blaine, $2.50 * "Flaggers" [Isaac Asimov's, June 1987] ed. Gardner Dozois, $2.00 Sandy Wilson, pseudonym for A. Galbraith Steve Wilson: * The Lost Traveler [St.Martins, 1977] John Wilstach: isfdb lists: * "Escape from Doom" [Fantastic Adventures, Apr 1945] ed. B. G. Davis, $0.25 Nicholas Wilton: Fantasy illustrator: * Cover [Foxspell, Gillian Rubinstein, Simon & Schuster, 1996] ISBN 0-689-80602-7, $16.00, hardcover David Wiltse: isfdb lists: * "Feeny's Trials" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1985] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 Lisa Wimberger: isfdb lists: * "The Girl with Curious Eyes" [Deathrealm, Fall/Winter 1992] ed. Mark Rainey, $4.00 Mike Wimmer: Fantasy illustrator: * Cover [The Seven Songs of Merlin, T. A. Barron, Putnam/Philomel, 1997] ISBN 0-399-23019-X, $19.95, hardcover Alison Wimsat: Horror poet; isfdb lists: * "Vampires" [Nova Express, Spring/Summer 1995] ed. Lawrence Person, $3.00 * "The Persistance of Time and Death" [Nova Express, Spring/Summer 1995] Ben Winch: of AUSTRALIA; isfdb lists: * "Counterfeit" [Aurealis, no.14, 1994] eds. Stephen Higgins and Dirk Strasser, $6.95 (Australian) John Winch, pseudonym for Gabrielle M. V. Long Margaret Winch: of AUSTRALIA; isfdb lists: * Alien Shores (co-anthologist Peter McNamara) [Aphelion Publications, 1994] ISBN 1-875346-09-0, $15.00 (USA), $19.95 (Australian), hardcover Terri Windling: Fantasy author/editor/poet/illustrator: Borderlands series Books Written: * The Wood Wife [Tor, 1996] ISBN 0-312-85988-0, $22.95, hardcover [Tor, 1997] ISBN 0-812-54929-5, $6.99, paperback [Legend, 1997] ISBN 0-09-979691-0, £5.99, paperback [Science Fiction Book Club #15131, 1997] $10.98, hardcover Anthologies Edited: * The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: First Annual Collection co-editor Ellen Datlow [St. Martin's, 1988] ISBN 0-312-01851-7, $19.95, hardcover * Snow White, Blood Red [1994] Fairy Tales * The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Second Annual Collection co-editor Ellen Datlow [St. Martin's Press, 1989] ISBN 0-312-03006-1, hardcover ISBN 0-312-03007-X, $13.95, trade paperback * Black Thorn, White Rose (co-editor Ellen Datlow) [AvoNova, 1994] ISBN 0-688-13713-X, hardcover ISBN 0-380-77129-2, paperback * The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Third Annual Collection co-editor Ellen Datlow [St. Martin's Press, 1990] ISBN 0-312-04447-X, $24.95, hardcover * Black Swan, White Raven (co-editor Ellen Datlow) [Avon, 1997] ISBN 0-380-97523-8, $23.00, hardcover * The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fourth Annual Collection (co-editor Ellen Datlow) [St. Martins, 1991] $27.95, hardcover $15.95, trade paperback * The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fifth Annual Collection (co-editor Ellen Datlow) [St. Martin's Press, 1992] ISBN 0-312-07888-9, $15.95, trade paperback ISBN 0-312-07887-0, $27.95, hardcover * The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Sixth Annual Collection (co-editor Ellen Datlow) [St. Martin's, 1993] ISBN 0-312-09422-1, $16.95, trade paperback * The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Seventh Annual Collection (co-editor Ellen Datlow) [St. Martin's Press, 1994] ISBN 0-312-11103-7, hardcover * The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Eighth Annual Collection (co-editor Ellen Datlow) [St. Martin's, 1995] ISBN 0-312-13220-4, $27.95, hardcover * The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Ninth Annual Collection (co-editor Ellen Datlow) [St. Martin's, 1996] ISBN 0-312-14449-0, $27.95, hardcover ISBN 0-312-14450-4, $17.95, trade paperback * The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Tenth Annual Collection (co-editor Ellen Datlow) [St. Martin's, 1997] ISBN 0-312-15700-2, $29.95, hardcover ISBN 0-312-15701-0, $17.95, trade paperback * The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Eleventh Annual Collection (co-editor Ellen Datlow) [St. Martin's, 1997] ISBN 0-312-18778-5, $29.95, hardcover * Faery [pub?, 1985] * Ruby Slippers, Golden Tears (co-editor Ellen Datlow) [Morrow AvoNova, 1995] ISBN 0-688-14363-6, $22.00, hardcover * Bordertown #4 (co-editor Delia Sherman) [Tor, 1997] hardcover * The Essential Bordertown (co-editor Delia Sherman) [Tor, Aug 1998] ISBN 0-312-85693-7, $24.95, hardcover Poetry: * "Weaver's Cottage" [Xanadu 2, eds. Jane Yolen and Martin H. Greenberg, Tor, 1994] ISBN 0-312-85368-8, $19.95 Cover Artwork: * Century [no.1, 1995] ed. Robert K. J. Killheffer Nonfiction: * "Summation 1987: Fantasy" [Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: First Annual] * "Read This" [New York Review of Science Fiction, Dec 1988] * "Summation 1989: Fantasy" [Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Third Annual] * "Summation 1990: Fantasy" [Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fourth Annual] * "Summation 1992: Fantasy" [Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Sixth Annual] * "Summation 1995: Fantasy" [Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Ninth Annual] * "Folkroots" [Realms of Fantasy, Aug 1996] ed. Shawna McCarthy, $3.50 * "Folkroots: Tristan, True Thomas, and Morgan of Hed: Legends of Harps and Harpers" [Realms of Fantasy, Feb 1997] ed. Shawna McCarthy, $3.50 * "The Road That Has No End: Tales of the Travelling People" [Realms of Fantasy, Apr 1997] ed. Shawna McCarthy, $3.50 * "Introduction" [Black Swan, White Raven, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, Avon, 1997] ISBN 0-380-97523-8, $23.00, hardcover * "Folkroots" [Realms of Fantasy, Oct 1997] ed. Shawna McCarthy, $3.50 * "Folkroots" [Realms of Fantasy, Aug 1997] ed. Shawna McCarthy, $3.50 Window: (1) hole in building wall, usually rectangular, usually glassed; (2) either of several wavebands in the Earth's atmosphere through which radio- and light-waves from space may reach the ground; (3) time interval in which an event (such as spacecraft launch) must take place in order to succeed; (4) one part of a graphical display by video or computer. Therese Windser: isfdb lists: * "Longevity" [Amazing Stories, May 1960] ed. Cele Goldsmith, $0.35 Patricia Windsor: isfdb lists: * The Blooding [Scholastic, 1966] ISBN 0-590-43309-1, $15.95, hardcover [Hodder Children's Books, 1997] ISBN 0-340-69371-1, £3.99, paperback Wind Tunnel: aid to designing/testing aircraft, rockets, missiles, and the like, in which air (or, in some hypersonic wind tunnels, hydrogen) is blown past the structure at high speed, to measure the effect of the interaction of gas and vehicle. The Wright Brothers were not just lucky bicycle mechanics: they built and used a Wind Tunnel. Dick Winfield, pseudonym for Dick Perry A. Wingrave, pseudonym for S. Fowler Wright David Wingrove: David Wingrove Books: * The Middle Kingdom [Delacorte Press, 1990] $19.95, hardcover [as "Chung Kuo: Book One: The Middle Kingdom", New English Library, 1990] ISBN 0-450-51610-5, £3.99, paperback [Delacorte, 1990] ISBN 0-385-29873-0, $19.95, hardcover [Dell, 1991] ISBN 0-440-20761-4, $5.95, paperback [New English Library, 1993] ISBN 0-450-51610-5, £5.99, paperback * Chung Kuo: Book Two: The Broken Wheel [New English Library, 1990] ISBN 0-450-52863-4, £8.95, trade paperback [New English Library, 1991] ISBN 0-450-55139-3, £4.99, paperback [Dell, 1991] ISBN 0-440-20928-5, $5.99, paperback [Delacorte, 1991] ISBN 0-385-29874-9, $19.95, hardcover [New English Library, 1993] ISBN 0-450-55139-3, £5.99, paperback * Chung Kuo: Book Three: The White Mountain [New English Library, 1991] ISBN 0-450-54993-3, £8.99, trade paperback [New English Library, 1992] ISBN 0-450-56847-4, £5.99, paperback [Dell, 1992] ISBN 0-440-21356-8, $5.99, paperback [Delacorte, 1992] ISBN 0-385-29875-7, $22.50, hardcover [New English Library, 1993] ISBN 0-450-56847-4, £5.99, paperback * Chung Kuo: Book Four: The Stone Within [New English Library, 1993] ISBN 0-450-55283-7, £16.99, hardcover [as "The Stone Within", Dell, 1993] ISBN 0-440-50569-0, $14.95, trade paperback [New English Library, 1993] ISBN 0-450-57963-8, £5.99, paperback [as "Chung Kuo IV: The Stone Within", Dell, 1994] ISBN 0-440-21755-5, $5.99, paperback * Chung Kuo: Book Five: Beneath the Tree of Heaven [New English Library, 1993] ISBN 0-450-56415-0, £16.99, hardcover [New English Library, 1994] ISBN 0-450-60299-0, £5.99, paperback [as "Beneath the Tree of Heaven", Dell, 1995] ISBN 0-440-50626-3, $14.95, trade paperback [Dell, 1996] ISBN0-440-22153-6, $6.50, trade paperback * Chung Kuo: Book Six: White Moon, Red Dragon [New English Library, 1994] ISBN 0-450-56418-5, £16.99, hardcover [New English Library 1995] ISBN 0-340-63971-7, £5.99, paperback [as "White Moon, Red Dragon", Dell, 1996] ISBN 0-440-50731-6, $14.95, trade paperback [Dell, 1997] ISBN 0-440-22308-3, $6.50, paperback * Chung Kuo: Book Seven: Days of Bitter Strength [Hodder & Stoughton, 1995] ISBN 0-450-56417-7, £16.99, hardcover [New English Library, 1996] ISBN 0-340-67253-6, £6.99, paperback [Dell, 1997] ISBN 0-440-50794-4, $14.95, trade paperback * Chung Kuo: Book Eight: The Marriage of the Living Dark [Hodder & Stoughton, 1997] ISBN 0-450-56419-3, £16.99, hardcover * Myst: The Book of Atrus (co-authors Rand Miller and Robyn Miller) [Bantam UK, 1995] ISBN 0-593-03959-9, £16.99, hardcover [Hyperion, 1995] ISBN 0-7868-6159-2, $22.95, hardcover [Hyperion, 1996] ISBN $22.95 [Corgi, 1996] ISBN 0-552-14386-3, £4.99, paperback [Hyperion, 1996] ISBN 0-7868-8188-7, $5.99, paperback * Myst: The Book of Ti'Ana (co-author Rand Miller) [Bantam UK: 1996] ISBN 0-593-04023-6, £17.99, hardcover as "The Book of Ti'Ana" (co-author Rand Miller and Robyn Miller) [Hyperion, 1996] ISBN 0-7868-6160-6, $22.95, hardcover Nonfiction: * The Science Fiction Source Book [pub?, 1984] * Apertures: A Study of the Writings of Brian Aldiss [pub?, 1984] * Trillion Year Spree: The History of Science Fiction co-author Brian W. Aldiss [Avon, 1988] ISBN 0-380-70461-7, $9.95, trade paperback Ephriam Winiki, pseudonym for John Russell Fearn Winkle: (1) the basic maneuver in Checkers whereby three kings can squeeze two kings out of a corner; derived from (2) to dig a shellfish from its shell, especially a periwinkle. Michael D. Winkle: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; isfdb lists: * "Typo" [Cthulhu's Heirs, ed. Thomas M. K. Stratman, Chaosium, 1994] ISBN 1-56882-005-4, $14.95, trade paperback * "Wolfhead" [Tales of the Witch World 3, ed. Andre Norton, Tor, 1990] ISBN 0-312-85044-1, $18.95, hardcover * "Old as You Feel" [Amazing Stories, Oct 1993] ed. Kim Mohan, $3.95 * "Landscapes" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Fall 1993] $4.50 * "Future History" [Pirate Writings, Summer 1995] ed. Edward J. McFadden, $4.95 Richard Winkler: isfdb lists: * "An Afternoon In May" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1966] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 Jack Winks: isfdb lists: * "Adrift on a Meteor" [Amazing Stories, Aug-Sep 1933] ed. T. O'Conor Sloane, $0.25 Charles C. Winn: isfdb lists: * "The Infinite Vision" [Amazing Stories, May 1926] ed. Hugo Gernsback Pip Winn: isfdb lists: * "Right Off the Map" [Orbit 8, ed. Damon Knight, G.P. Putnam's, 1970] hardcover Frank Winnard, pseudonym for E. C. Tubb Dorian Winslow, pseudonym for Daoma Winston Thyra Samter Winslow: isfdb lists: * "Rudolph" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1955] ed. Anthony Boucher, $0.35 G. McLeod Winsor: isfdb lists: Books: * Station X [pub?, 1919; Amazing Stories, ed. Hugo Gernsback, July/Aug/Sep 1926] * Vanishing Men [pub?, 1927] Philip Winsor: isfdb lists: * "Mama" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov1963] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 Stewart Winsor: isfdb lists: * "Weapons for Yesterday" [New Worlds, Nov 1952] ed. John Carnell, 2s Tom Winstead: isfdb lists: * "Seven Steps To Heaven" [The Silver Web, no.13, 1996] ed. Ann Kennedy, $5.95 * "Commander Coty and the Fat Lady" [Tales From The Fringe, Fall 1996] ed. Terry L. Luna, $2.50 * "Christmas In Fyffe" [Tales From The Fringe, Winter 1996] ed. Terry L. Luna, $2.50 Daoma Winston: writes under pseudonym Dorian Winslow Joan Winston: isfdb lists: * Star Trek Lives! [co-authors Jacqueline Lichtenberg and Sondra Marshak, Bantam, 1975] $1.95, paperback Marnie Winston-Macauley: isfdb lists: * "The Perfect Solution" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1990] * "Fade Out" [Realms of Fantasy, Aug 1997] t. Winter-Damon: author/critic/illustrator/poet; isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "The Signal Spreads" [Cyber-Psychos AOD Issue #4, ed. Jasmine Sailing, 1993] $5.00 (USA) $6.00 (International) * "Magnetic Personality Triggers Nail-Biter's Near-Death Ordeal!" [Alien Pregnant By Elvis, ed. Esther M. Friesner and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1994] ISBN 0-88677-610-4, $5.99, paperback Poetry: * "The Warrior's Last Ride" [Eldritch Tales, no.17, 1988] * "Night Frenzy" [Eldritch Tales, no.18, 1989] * "August 31" [Deathrealm, Spring 1990] ed. Mark Rainey, $3.50 * "Behind the Shaman's Mask of Leather" [Air Fish, eds. Joy Oestricher and Richard Singer, Cat's Eye Press, 1993] ISBN 0-9631755-2-1, $16.95, trade paperback * "The Newcomer" [Xanadu 2, eds. Jane Yolen and Martin H. Greenberg, Tor, 1994] ISBN 0-312-85368-8, $19.95 * "Kadath: The Vision and the Journey" [Cthulhu's Heirs, ed. Thomas M. K. Stratman, Chaosium, 1994] ISBN 1-56882-005-4, $14.95, trade paperback, see: "Cthulhu Mythos" * "Chaunt of the Gray Man" [Worlds of Fantasy and Horror, #1, Summer 1994] ed. Darrell Schweitzer, $4.95 * "Echoes of the One Sword" [Excalibur, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, Warner Aspect, 1995] ISBN 0-446-67084-7, $14.99, trade paperback Illustrations: * "Cover Artwork" [Sinistre: An Anthology of Rituals, George Hatch, Horror's Head Press, 1993] $8.95, trade paperback * "Cover Artwork" [Stigma: Afterworld, Jeffrey A. Stadt, Cyber-Psychos AOD, 1997] ISBN 1-886988-02-1, $5.00, trade paperback Nonfiction: * "All Those Zombies: A Review of Book of the Dead" [Nova Express, Summer 1990] ed. Michael Sumbera, $3.00 * "Cyber-Ecology in Poetry and Fiction" [Cyber-Psychos AOD Issue #4, ed., Jasmine Sailing, $5.00 (USA) $6.00 (International) * "Stained Glass Rain Review" {Bruce Boston novel} [Cyber-Psychos AOD Issue #6, ed. Jasmine Sailing, 1995] $4.00 (USA) $5.00 (International) Douglas E. Winter (1950-): isfdb lists: Anthologies Edited: * Night Visions 5 [a.k.a. Night Visions] [1988] nominated for 1989 Locus Award * Black Wine [Dark Harvest, 1986] ISBN 0-913165-15-8, $12.00, hardcover nominated for 1987 World Fantasy Award * Prime Evil [Signet, 1988] ISBN 0-451-15909-8, $4.95, paperback nominated for 1989 Locus Award nominated for 1989 World Fantasy Award * Dark Visions [Gollancz, 1990] ISBN 0-575-04711-9, £3.99, paperback * Millennium [HarperCollins Voyager, 1997] ISBN 0-00-224634-1, £16.99, hardcover as "Revelations" [HarperPrism, 1997] ISBN 0-06-105246-9, $24.00, hardcover Nonfiction Books: * The Faces of Fear [pub?, date?] * Clive Barker [London, HarperCollins/Voyager, Dec 1998] £15.99, hardcover Short Fiction" * "Masks" [Midnight, ed. Charles L. Grant, Tor, 1985] ISBN 0-812-51850-0, $2.95, paperback * "Splatter: A Cautionary Tale" [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: First Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's, 1988] ISBN 0-312-01851-7, $19.95, hardcover nominated for 1988 World Fantasy Award * "The Happy Family" [Masques III, ed. J. N. Williamson, St. Martin's, 1989] ISBN 0-312-02948-9, $17.95, hardcover co-author Melissa Mia Hall * "Bright Lights, Big Zombie" [pub?, 1992] nominated for * "Black Sun" [Best New Horror 6, Stephen Jones, Carroll & Graf, 1995 ISBN 0-7867-0277-X, $10.95, trade paperback [Raven, 1995] ISBN 1-85487-421-7, £6.99, trade paperback * "Playing Dolls" [Forbidden Acts, eds. Nancy A. Collins, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, Avon, 1995] ISBN 0-380-77915-3, $5.99, paperback * "Loop" [The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 7, ed. Stephen Jones, Raven, 1996] ISBN 1-85487-464-0, £6.99, trade paperback [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Ninth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's, 19] ISBN 0-312-14449-0, $27.95, hardcover ISBN 0-312-14450-4, $17.95, trade paperback Winner of 1995 International Horror Guild Award nominated for 1996 World Fantasy Award Short Nonfiction: * "Collecting King" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Jan/Feb 1986] $2.50 * "Movie Preview: Raising Hell with Clive Barker" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Dec 1987] $2.50 * "Shadowings" [Weird Tales, Winter 1992/93] ed. Darrell Schweitzer, $4.95 * "Shadowings [Weird Tales, Summer 1993] ed. Darrell Schweitzer, $4.95 * Many reviews and Interviews {to be done} H. G. Winter, pseudonym for H. Bates & Desmond Hall Joseph A. Winter, M.D.: physician/author; isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "Expedition Mercy" [Astounding, Nov 1948] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.25 [Great Science Fiction About Doctors, eds. Groff Conklin and Noah D. Fabricant, Collier Books, 1963] paperback * "Expedition Polychrome" [Astounding, Jan 1949] $0.25 [Space Service, ed. Andre Norton, World, 1953] hardcover Short Nonfiction: * "Endocrinology in Tough" [Astounding, October 1948] $0.25 * "The General Adaptation Syndrome" [Astounding, Nov 1950] $0.25 * "What is Psychosomatic?" [Astounding, Aug 1952] $0.35 * "Thinking In Men and Machines" [Astounding, Aug 1953] $0.35 Laurel Winter: author, poet, Poetry Editor of Tales of the Unanticipated; Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America no known home page e-mail Laurel Winter @CompuServe e-mail Laurel Winter Short Fiction: * "Mail-Order Eyes" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Winter/Spring 1988] * "Limited Aggression" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer 1989] * "Biodegradable" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer/Fall 1991] * "Infinity Syrup" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1992] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.50 * "The Negotiator" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1993] $2.75 * "Vacation" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer/Fall 1994] * "The Moon Garden Cookbook" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1994] * "Permanent Natural Boy" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1996] $2.95 * "David's Ashes" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1997] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.95 * "Blood Harp" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1996] * "Tomorrow Tea" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1997] ed. Gordon Van Gelder, 1997, $2.99 * "Fighting Gravity" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1998] $3.50 Poetry: * "The Couch Potato Muses" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer 1989] * "Time Upon a Once" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer/Fall 1990] * "Star Sister and the One Who Stayed on Earth" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall/Winter 1991] * "Godlet" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Fall 1992] ed. Charles C. Ryan, $4.95/($6.00 Canada) * "The Grandmother Paradox" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall/Winter 1993] * "Sleeping Beauty Revisited" [Asimov's, Aug 1995] ed. Gardner Dozois, $2.95 * "why goldfish shouldn't use power tools" [Asimov's, December 1997] * "How to Make Love to a Shark" [Asimov's, Aug 1997] * "Egg Horror Poem" [Asimov's, July 1998] Nonfiction: * Editorial [Tales of the Unanticipated, Winter/Spring/Summer 1995] * "Quick, does anyone have the number for Compulsive Poetry Buyers Anonymous?" Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall/Winter 1995] * Editorial [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer/Fall 1996] * Editorial [Tales of the Unanticipated, Winter/Spring/Summer 1997] * Editorial [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall/Winter/Spring 1997/1998] Michele Winter: isfdb lists: * "Mind-Pro" [Aurealis, no.5, 1991] eds. Stephen Higgins and Dirk Strasser, $6.95 R. S. Winter: Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover; [Worlds of Exile and Illusion, Ursula K. Le Guin, Orb, 1996] ISBN 0-312-86211-3, $14.95 ($21.95 Canada), trade paperback * Cover; [The Bones of Time, Kathleen Ann Goonan, Tor, 1996] ISBN 0-312-85916-3, $23.95, hardcover Ruth Winter: isfdb lists: * "The Body: The Bionic Lover" [Omni, Dec 1983] nonfiction Turk Winter, pseudonym for Andrew J. Offutt Russ Winterbottom, pseudonym for Russell R. Winterbotham (also wrote as J. Harvey Bond and Franklin Hadley): * Planet Big Zero [Monarch, 1964] under pseudonym Franklin Hadley * The Lord of Nardos [Avalon, 1966] * The Men from Arcturus [Avalon, 1963] * The Other World [Avalon, 1963] under pseudonym J. Harvey Bond * The Puppet Planet [Avalon, 1964] * The Red Planet [Monarch, 1962] $0.35, paperback * The Space Egg [Avalon, 1958; Monarch] Short Fiction as Russ Winterbottom (according to isfdb): * "Lorelei of Chaos" [Amazing, Nov 1954] ed. Howard Browne, $0.35 Short Fiction as R. R. Winterbotham(according to isfdb): * "The Star That Would Not Behave" [Astounding, Aug 1935] * "The Psycho Power Conquest" [Astounding, Feb 1936] * "The Train That Vanished" [Astounding, July 1936] * "The Fourth Dynasty" [Astounding, Dec 1936; Omnibus of SF, ed. Groff Conklin, Crown, 1952] $3.50, hardcover * "Linked Worlds" [Astounding, Jan 1937] ed. F. Orlin Tremaine, $0.20 * "Clouds over Uranus" [Astounding, Mar 1937] ed. F. Orlin Tremaine, $0.20 * "Spore Trappers" [Astounding, May 1937] * "Einleill" [Astounding, July 1937] ed. F. Orlin Tremaine, $0.20 * "Specialization" [Astounding Science Fiction, Aug 1937] * "The Secret of the Rocks" [Astounding, Dec 1937] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.20 * "Procession of Suns" [Astounding, May 1938 ]ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.20 * "The Monster That Threatened the Universe" [Planet Stories, Spring 1941] ed. Malcolm Reiss, $0.20 * "Genesis" [Planet Stories, Summer 1941] ed. Malcolm Reiss, $0.20 * "Dead Man's Planet" [Planet Stories, Fall 1941] ed. Malcolm Reiss, $0.20 * "The Thought-Men of Mercury" [Planet Stories, Fall 1942] ed. W. Scott Peacock, $0.20 * "Oridin's Formula" [Planet Stories, Mar 1943] ed. W. Scott Peacock, $0.20 * "The Individualist" [Space Science Fiction, Spring 1957] ed. Lyle Kenyon Engel, $0.35 * "An Experiment in Gumdrops" [Space Science Fiction, Aug 1957] ed. Lyle Kenyon Engel, $0.35 Henry Winterfield: * Stargirl [Harcourt Brace, 1957; Avalon Camelot] juvenile Lisa M. A. Winters: Lisa M. A. Winters Lisa M.A. Winters according to SF Site Logan Winters: isfdb lists: Books: * Silverado [New York City: Tower Books, 1981] ISBN 0-505-51612-8, $1.75, paperback * Hunt the Beast Down [New York City: Tower Books, 1981] ISBN 0-505-51613-6, $1.75, paperback * Natchez [New York City: Tower Books, 1981] ISBN 0-505-51626-8, $1.75, paperback * The Silver Canyon [New York City: Tower Books, 1981] ISBN 0-505-51638-1, $1.75, paperback Mary Winters: Fantasy/Science Fiction poet; isfdb lists: Poetry: * "Naked Truth" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.11, 1993] * "The Mere Fact of Their Existence" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.11, 1993] * "Insignificance" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.11, 1993] * "Harbringer of Death" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3,no.5, 1993] * "Getting Crazy" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.11, 1993] * "Fighting Free" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.11, 1993] * "Death Disappeared" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.11, 1993] * "Indiscrete" [Aberrations, Feb 1994] ed. Richard Blair, $3.50 * "Feather-Phobic" [Aberrations, Feb 1994] Rae Winters, pseudonym for Raymond A. Palmer Flinn Winterson: Horror/Fantasy illustrator: isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [The Fear Principle, B. A. Chepaitis, Ace, 1998] ISBN 0-441-00497-0, $5.99, paperback Jeanette Winterson: isfdb lists: Books: * Sexing the Cherry [Atlantic Monthly, 1990] ISBN 0-87113-350-4, $19.95, hardcover [Random House/Vintage, 1991] ISBN 0-679-73316-7, $9.00, trade paperback * Art & Life [pub?, 1994] Short Fiction: * "Newton" [The New Gothic, eds. Patrick McGrath and Bradford Morrow, Random House, 1991] hardcover Joelle Wintrebert (1949-): Author of FRANCE French Language page for Joelle Wintrebert Awards: * Rosny-A”nˇ 1980, catˇgorie Nouvelle, pour "la Crˇode" * Rosny-A”nˇ 1988, catˇgorie Roman, pour les Olympiades truquˇes * Grand Prix de la Science-Fiction Fran¨aise 1989 pour le Crˇateur chimˇrique isfdb lists: * "Transfusion" [Full Spectrum 3, eds. Lou Aronica, Amy Stout, Betsy Mitchell, Doubleday Foundation, 1991] ISBN 0-385-41802-7, $12.00, trade paperback Wire: (1) [noun] single strand, or collection of such, through which electrical current easily flows, as distinguished from Cable; (2) [verb] to electrically connect two components or circuits with a wire; (3) [verb] to hide a recorder or radio on a person, to covertly overhear and/or record a criminal suspect's speech. Don Wire: isfdb lists: * "Oil" [Astounding, Feb 1939] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.20 Wiring Diagram: drawing which shows the connections between an electrical or electronic circuit's components. David Wise: isfdb lists: * "Servants" [Clarion III, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1973] paperback * "Flat Hatter" [Clarion III, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1973] paperback * "Achievements" [New Dimensions 5, ed. Robert Silverberg, Harper & Row, 1975] ISBN 0-06-013870-X, $7.95, hardcover * "The Crucible of Dr. Rudolph van Richten" [Tales of Ravenloft, ed. Brian Thomsen, TSR 1994] ISBN 1-56076-931-9, $4.95 ($5.95 Canada), trade paperback * "A Rousing Explanation of the Events Surrounding My Sister's Death" [The Last Dangerous Visions, ed. Harlan Ellison, to be published 1999?] Loren K. Wiseman: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Loren K. Wiseman David Wishart: isfdb lists: * "Maud" [Interzone, Sep 1992] * "Chronotetannymenicon" [Interzone, Oct 1993] Ken Wisman: isfdb lists: * "Dominion" [Amazing, May 1975] ed. Ted White, $0.75 * "Moses" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1976] $1.00 * "A Peculiar Man" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1981] $1.50 * "The Christmas Tree" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1986] $1.75 * "The Philosophical Stone" [Interzone, Autumn 1987] £1.95 * "Through the Eyes of a Child" [Eldritch Tales, no.16, 1988] $6.00 * "My Mother's Purse" [Weird Tales, Summer 1988] $3.50 * "The Bijou" [Eldritch Tales, no.17, 1988] $6.00 * "Shenanigan's" [Eldritch Tales, Fall 1989] $6.00 * "A Rose in the Garden of the Moon" [Eldritch Tales, no.18, 1989] $6.00 * "The Pippinslawv" [Eldritch Tales, Summer 1989] $6.00 * "On the Side of the Road" [Deathrealm, Spring 1989] $3.50 * "Ol' Charlie, Black Jack and Mr. Death" [Eldritch Tales, no.19, 1989] $6.00 * "In the Heart of the Blue Caboose" [Pulphouse 3: Spring 1989] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, 1989, $17.95, hardcover * "Uncle Endrik" [Eldritch Tales, Summer 1990] $6.00 * "Slinks" [Eldritch Tales, Winter 1990] $6.00 * "Brother Endle" [Eldritch Tales, Winter 1989] $6.00 * "The Wishing Tree" [Pulphouse, Dec 1991] $3.50 * "Uncle Pip's Pyrotechnic Display & the Whistling Traveler to the Moon" [Midnight Zoo, vol.1,no.4, 1991] $4.95 * "Tiny Toys on Newbury Street" [Midnight Zoo, May/June 1991] $4.95 * "The School of Right Thinking" [Midnight Zoo, Jan 1991] $4.95 * "The Mastectomy" [Midnight Zoo, Mar/Apr 1991] $4.95 * "Jamie's Hands" [Midnight Zoo, vol.1,no.5, 1991] $4.95 * "Grandma Babka's Christmas Ginger and the Good Luck/Bad Luck Leshy" [Midnight Zoo, vol.1,no.6, 1991] $4.95 * "Dead Heat" [Eldritch Tales, Winter 1991] $6.00 * "The Christmas Catalogue" [Pulphouse 10, Winter 1991] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $20.00, hardcover * "Channumas" [Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 10: Winter 1991] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, 1991, $20.00, hardcover * "Zap" [Midnight Zoo, vol.2,no.2, 1992] $6.25 * "Snowman" [Eidolon, Winter 1992] * "Seasons of Ice, Fields of Winter" [Pulphouse, Sep/Oct 1992] $3.95 * "Fenrikka: The Wolf Maiden" [Midnight Zoo, vol.2, no.3, 1992] $6.25 * "The Dumpster" [Interzone, June 1992] £2.25 * "The Dead Room" [Midnight Zoo, vol.2,no.1, 1992] $6.25 * "Daenai" [Eldritch Tales, Summer 1992] $6.00 * "The Carousel Horse" [Midnight Zoo, vol.2,no.6, 1992] $4.95 * "Three Wishes [1993] * 1993-1998 {to be done} Donald Wismer: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Donald Wismer Stanislaw Wisniewski: isfdb lists: * "The Angel of Violence" [The Science Fiction Century, ed. David G. Hartwell, Tor, 1997] ISBN 0-312-86338-1, $40.00, hardcover Robert Wissner: isfdb lists: * "Notes on a Restless Urge" [Clarion II, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1972] paperback * "Frozen Assets" [Clarion II, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1972] paperback * "Say Goodbye to the World's Last Brothel" [Clarion III, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1973] paperback * "The P.T.A. Meets Che Guevara" [Alternities, ed. David Gerrold, Dell, 1974] paperback, see: ALTERNATE WORLDS * "A Night at the Opera" [The Last Dangerous Visions, ed. Harlan Ellison, publication pending -- 1999?] Phil Wiswell: isfdb lists: * "Video Wizards" [Omni, Oct 1982] nonfiction Jaspar Witco: isfdb lists: * "Forest God" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Dec 1981] Paul Witcover: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Paul Witcover Books: * Waking Beauty [HarperPrism, 1997] ISBN 0-06-105249-3, $24.00, hardcover Short Fiction: * "Red Shift by Judith Lessing" [Isaac Asimov's, Jan 1984] * "Moonlight Becomes Magenta" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Feb 1988] * "Jangletown" [The Further Adventures of the Joker, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, Bantam, 1990] ISBN 0-553-28531-9, $4.50, paperback * "Lighthouse Summer" [Isaac Asimov's, Apr 1991] * "Lucifer Over Lancaster" [The Further Adventures of Superman, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, Spectra/Bantam Books, 1993] ISBN 0-553-28568-8, $5.99, paperback Nonfiction: * "A Metaphor for the Multiverse: 'Mother London' by Michael Moorcock" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Aug 1991] e-mail Paul Witcover Anne Warrington Witherup, pseudonym for John Kendrick Bangs Joel S. Witkin: isfdb lists: * "Year 3 of the Shark" [Analog, Jan 1973] ed. Ben Bova, $.60 Lynne Alisse Witten: isfdb lists: * "Mage-Sight" [Sword and Sorceress X, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1993] ISBN 0-88677-552-3, $4.99, paperback Evelyn Witter: isfdb lists: * "I Never Did Like Funerals" [Eldritch Tales, Spring 1995] Monique Wittig: isfdb lists: * Les Guerillers [pub?, 1995] ISBN?, price? E. Franklin Wittmack: Fantasy/Horror illustrator active in 1940s: isfdb lists: * Cover [Weird Tales, March 1943] ed. Dorothy McIlwraith, $0.15 Gregg Wittum: isfdb lists: * "The Dark Suit" [Aberrations, no.25, 1994] Benjamin Witwer: isfdb lists: * "Radio Mates" [Amazing Stories, July 1927] ed. Hugo Gernsback Julia Witwer: isfdb lists: * "How to Be a Pedestrian in Irvine, California" [SF Eye, Fall 1997] ed. Stephen P. Brown, $5.00, essay David W. Wixon: Science Fiction critic; isfdb lists: * "Out of the Woods: Clifford D. Simak and His Work" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer 1989] nonfiction/biography/bibliography, ed. Eric M. Heideman, $2.50 Return to Authors W Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Ellen Wobig: * The Youth Monopoly [Ace, 1968] Stewart Wochen: isfdb lists: * A Book of Many Things [pub?, date?] story collection * The Protector [pub?, 1995] story collection P. G. Wodehouse, full name Pelham Grenville Wodehouse: best known for his gently chaotic humor about the British upper crust, he was Isaac Asimov's favorite short story author. Listed here for: * "Sir Agravaine" [The Camelot Chronicles, ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson, 1992] ISBN 1-85487-130-7, trade paperback [Carroll & Graf, 1994] ISBN 0-7867-0085-8, $12.95, trade paperback [Random House/Wings, 1995] ISBN 0-517-12450-5, $11.99, hardcover this story was written or possibly 1st published 1912 * "Unpleasantness at Bludleigh Court" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct 1952] eds. Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas, $0.35 as "Pelham Grenville Wodehouse": isfdb separately lists: * "A Slice of Life" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1955] ed. Anthony Boucher, $0.35, written or possibly 1st published 1926 * "Mulliner's Buck-U-Uppo" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1955] Jack Wodhams: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; resident in AUSTRALIA * Split Personality [1969] * Anchor Man [1969] * The Authentic Touch [Curtis, 1971] * Budnip [1972] * One Clay Foot [1979] * Looking for Blucher [1980] Short Fiction (according to isfdb): * "Whosawwhatsa?" [Analog, Dec 1967] * "There Is a Crooked Man" [Analog, Feb 1967] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.60 * "The Pearly Gates of Hell" [Analog, Sep 1967] * "The Cure-All Merchant" [Analog, Nov 1967] * "Try Again" [Amazing Stories, Nov 1968] ed. Barry N. Malzberg, $0.50 * "Split Personality" [Analog, Nov 1968] * "Homespinner" [Galaxy, Oct 1968] ed. Frederik Pohl, $.60 * "The Helmet of Hades" [New Writings in SF 11, ed. John Carnell, Corgi, 1968] paperback, price? * "Handyman" [Analog, Apr 1968] * "The God Pedlars" [Analog, Feb 1968] * "The Fuglemen of Recall" [Analog, Aug 1968] * "The Form Master" [Analog, Dec 1968] * "The Visitors" [Analog, Sep 1969] * "Starhunger" [Galaxy, Aug 1969] ed. Ejler Jakobsson, $0.60 * "A Run of Deuces" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1969] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "Hey But No Presto" [Analog, Apr 1969] * "The Empty Balloon" [Analog, July 1969] * "Androtomy and the Scion" [Analog, Aug 1969] * "Wrong Rabbit" [Analog, Mar 1970] * "Top Billing" [Analog, Sep 1970] * "Enemy by Proxy" [Amazing, Nov 1970] ed. Ted White, $0.60 * "Dali, For Instance" [Analog, Feb 1970] * "Big Time Operator" [Analog, Dec 1970] * "Beau Farcson Regrets" [Analog, July 1970] * "Sprog" [Analog, Jan 1971] * "The Pickle Barrel" [Analog, Feb 1971] * "Knight Arrant" [Analog, Sep 1971] * "Foundlings Father" [Analog, Dec 1971] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $.60 * "Stormy Bellwether" [Analog, Jan 1972] ed. Ben Bova, $.60 * "Budnip" [Analog, Aug 1972] * "Premonition" [Twilight Zone Magazine, Sep 1981] ed. T. E. D. Klein, $2.00 * "Mostly Meantime" [Analog, 2 Feb 1981] * "Freeway" [Amazing Stories, Nov] 1981] ed. Elinor Mavor, $1.75 * "Station 2512" [Analog, Aug 1986] * "Picaper" [Analog], Mid-Dec] 1986] * "Roadbreakers" [Analog, June 1988] * "The Token Pole" [Analog, Feb 1990] Heinze D. Woehlk: isfdb lists: * "The Gift" [Amazing Stories, May 1980] ed. Omar Gohagen, $1.50 L. D. Woeltjen: isfdb lists: * "More's the Pity" [Sword and Sorceress III, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1986] ISBN 0-88677-141-2, $3.50, paperback * "Die Like a Man" [Sword and Sorceress IV, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW Books, Inc., 1987] ISBN 0-88677-412-8, $4.50 ISBN 0-88677-210-9, $3.50, paperback * "Hero Worship" [Spells of Wonder, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1990] ISBN 0-88677-367-9, $3.95, paperback * "Manchild" [Domains of Darkover, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1990] ISBN 0-88677-407-1, $3.99, paperback * "Better Sight" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Summer 1990] $3.95 Curt Wohleber: at least 21 book reviews listed by isfdb with no magazine or complete date. Alan L. Wold, in England: isfdb lists: Books: * V: the Pursuit of Diana [Pinnacle, 1984] ISBN 0-523-42401-9, $2.95, paperback [Gregg, 1985] ISBN 0-8398-2868-3, $12.95, hardcover * V: The Crivit Experiment [Pinnacle, 1985] ISBN 0-523-42466-3, $2.95, paperback [New English Library, 1988] ISBN 0-450-42142-2, £1.95, paperback * V: Below the Threshhold [Tor, 1988] ISBN 0-812-55732-8, $3.50, paperback * Jewels of the Dragon [Popular Library/Questar, 1986] ISBN 0-445-20056-1, $3.50, paperback * The Eye in the Stone [Pageant, 1988] ISBN 0-517-00725-8, $3.95, paperback * Crown of the Serpent [Popular Library Questar, 1989] ISBN 0-445-20624-1, $3.95, paperback * The Lair of the Cyclops [Warner Questar, 1992] ISBN 0-446-36247-6, $4.50, paperback Short Fiction: * "Sand Painting" [Amazing, Mar 1983] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.50 Anonymously Published Book (according to isfdb): * The Planet Masters [Science Fiction Special 38, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1981] hardcover (isfdb ascribes to "Alan Wold" with no middle initial) e-mail Alan L. Wold Leonard Wold: listed by isfdb for the poem "Some Facts About Robots II" which is clearly a typographical error for Leonard Wolf (see below). I do not know of any author named Leonard Wold. Amy Wolf: worked in the Hollywood movie business approximately 1983-1998; isfdb lists: * "All Singing, All-Dancing" [Interzone, Sep 1993] * "The Lazarus Chronicle" [Realms of Fantasy, Dec 1994] * "The Hour of Their Need" [Realms of Fantasy, Apr 1995] Beverly Wolf: isfdb lists: * "Hi!" [Midnight Zoo, vol.1,no.6, 1991] Eric Carl Wolf: isfdb lists: * "The Wound That Would Not Be Healed" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1989] Gary Wolf, full name Gary K. Wolf: Books: * Killerbowl [Doubleday, 1975] * A Generation Removed [Doubleday, 1977] Short Fiction: * "Love Story" [Worlds of Tomorrow, Winter 1970] * "Dissolve" [Orbit 11, ed. Damon Knight, G .P. Putnam's, 1973] hardcover * "Therapy" [Orbit 13, ed. Damon Knight, G. P. Putnam's, 1974] hardcover * "Slammer" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1974] * "The Bridge Builder" [Orbit 14, ed. Damon Knight, G. P. Putnam's, 1974] hardcover * "Doctor Rivet and Supercon Sal" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1976] Leonard Wolf: isfdb lists: Books Written: * Horror: A Connoisseur's Guide To Literature and Film [pub?, 1989] price? Poetry: * "Three Recipes for Pletoid Soup" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1952] * "Note on a Grave Situation" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1952] * "Some Facts About Robots" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1953] [Best from F&SF 3, eds. Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas, Little Brown, 1954] hardcover * "Rules for an Invasion" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct 1954] * "Robot Lonely" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct 1954] * "More Facts About Robots^Some Facts About Robots II" [Best from F&SF 4, ed. Anthony Boucher, Doubleday, 1955] hardcover * "Useful Knowledge" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1957] Lori Wolf: isfdb says she exists, but no publications detailed Mari Wolf: isfdb lists: * "An Empty Bottle" [Worlds of If, Sep 1952] ed. Paul W. Fairman, $0.35 * "Homo Inferior" [Worlds of If, Nov 1953] ed. James L. Quinn, $0.35 * "Homeland" [Stories for Tomorrow, ed. William M. Sloane, 1954] * "The First Day of Spring" [Worlds of If, June 1954] ed. James L. Quinn, $0.35 Milton T. Wolf: * Visions of Wonder [pub?, 1996] ISBN?, price? Robert Hewitt Wolf: isfdb lists: * Legends of the Ferengi (co-author Ira Steven Behr) Pocket Books, 1997] ISBN 0-671-0072-8-9, $12.00, trade paperback Rose Wolf: Fantasy poet; isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "Cat and Muse" [Magic in Ithkar 4, eds. Andre Norton and Robert Adams, Tor, 1987] ISBN 0-812-54719-5, $3.50, paperback Poetry: * "Night Life" [Aberrations, no.7, 1992] * "A Ghost-Mas Carol (For the Halloween painting "Hellraisers Passing the House of the Seven Gables" by Charles Wysocki)" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.10, 1993] * "The Cauldron and the Cup" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.7, 1993] * "The Black Guard's Ballad" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.3, 1993] * "Ballade of Terwilliker's Castle (From the 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T)" Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.10, 1993] Virginia Wolf: isfdb lists: * "'The Kin-dom of God' in Joan Slonczewski's Novels" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Mar 1997] Aaron Wolfe: * Invasion [Laser, 1975] A. C. Wolfe: isfdb lists: * "Scream Halloween" [Aberrations, Oct 1995] Bernard Wolfe (28 Aug 1915-?) American psychologist/journalist/author; reputedly the private secretary to L:eon Trotsky in Mexico: "Limbo" [Random House, 1952; Ace] is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle the novel has been reprinted: [Carroll & Graf, 1987] ISBN 0-88184-327-X, $4.95, paperback Short Fiction: * "Self Portrait" [Galaxy, Nov 1951] * "The Never-Ending Penny" [The 6th Annual of the Year's Best S-F, ed. Judith Merril, Simon & Schuster, 1961] hardcover [The Playboy Book of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Chicago, Illinois: Playboy Press, 1966] $0.95, hardcover * "The Dot and Dash Bird" [The Playboy Book of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Chicago, Illinois: Playboy Press, 1966] $0.95, hardcover * "Monitored Dreams & Strategic Cremations" [Again, Dangerous Visions, ed. Harlan Ellison, Doubleday, 1972] hardcover Charles S. Wolfe: isfdb lists: * "The Educated Harpoon" [Amazing Stories, Dec 1926] ed. Hugo Gernsback * "The Master Key" [Amazing Stories, Apr 1928] ed. Hugo Gernsback Chris Anne Wolfe: isfdb lists (no publisher shown): * Shadows of Aggar [1991] Corey Wolfe: Fantasy illustrator active in late 1980s and 1990s Corey Wolfe @isfdb Gary K. Wolfe: Science Fiction critic; isfdb lists: Books Edited: * Science Fiction Dialogues [Academy Chicago, 1982] ISBN 0-89733-067-6, $8.95, trade paperback Books Written: * The Known and the Unknown: The Iconography of Science Fiction [The Kent State University Press, 1979] ISBN 0-87338-231-5, hardcover * Critical Terms for Science Fiction and Fantasy [Greenwood Press, 1986] 0-313-22981-3, $35.00 Short Nonfiction: * "Preface" (to Science Fiction Dialogues) [1982] * "Harlan Ellison: An Introduction" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Dec 1990] * "The Dawn Patrol: Sex and Technology in Farmer and Ballard" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Sep 1990] * "The Bear and the Wolf: Gregory Benford's 'Against Infinity'" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Feb 1991] * "1994: The Year in Review" [Locus, Feb 1995] * "1996 ABA Draws 38,000" [Locus, Aug 1996] * "1995: The Year in Review" [Locus, Feb 1996] Gene Wolfe: Paul's Gene Wolfe Page Gene Wolfe's Small Page Gene Wolfe @earthlink Gene Wolfe @duke Gene Wolfe @volcano.org "The Fifth Head of Cerberus" [Scribners, 1972; Ace] is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle, although it is (technically speaking) an interlocked set of 3 novellas "The Book of the New Sun" (1980-1983) meganovel is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle * other books include: * Operation Ares [Berkley, 1970] L. Emerson Wolfe: isfdb lists: * "Witch War" [Witch Fantastic, eds. Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg, [DAW, 1995] ISBN 0-88677-640-6, $4.99 ($5.99 Canada), paperback Louis Wolfe: * Journey of the Oceanauts [Norton, 1968; Pyramid] juvenile Sam Wolfe: isfdb lists: * "Eyeball" [New Worlds, Apr 1966] ed. Michael Moorcock, 3/6d Swain Wolfe: isfdb lists: * The Women Who Lives in the Earth [Harper Collins, 1996] $18.00, hardcover [Harper Perennial, 1997] $10.00, trade paperback Wanda Wolfe: isfdb lists: * "The Frog Prince" [Of Princes and Beauties: Adult Erotic Faerie Tales, ed. Cecilia Tan, Circlet Press, 1995] ISBN 1-885865-03-1, $7.95, trade paperback * "Beauty and the Beast" [Of Princes and Beauties: Adult Erotic Faerie Tales, ed. Cecilia Tan, Circlet Press, 1995] ISBN 1-885865-03-1, $7.95, trade paperback Billy Wolfenbarger: Horror/Fantasy author/poet; isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "The Attic" [Horrorstory: Volume 4, ed. Karl Edward Wagner, Underwood-Miller, 1990] ISBN 0-88733-094-0, $39.95, hardcover * "The Halloween Child" [Eldritch Tales, Fall 1989] * "Mortality" [Eldritch Tales, Summer 1990] * "Not Long in Arkham Country" [Eldritch Tales, Fall 1993] Poetry: * "Reunion" [Eldritch Tales, no.13, 1987] * "Compulsion" [Eldritch Tales, no.18, 1989] * "Lost" [Eldritch Tales, Spring 1991] * "Dreamers" [Eldritch Tales, Winter 1991] * "This Music Is for Nyrta" [Eldritch Tales, Summer 1992] Anthony Wolff: isfdb lists: * "Rare Bird" [Omni, July 1980] * "Explorations: Darwin's Footsteps" [Omni, Mar 1983] Carrie Wolff: semi-pro Science Fiction fantasy illustrator of 1990s Carrie Wolff @isfdb Dr. Th. Wolff: isfdb lists: * "Can Man Free Himself From Gravity?" [Science Wonder Stories, ed. Hugo Gernsback, Feb 1930] $0.25, nonfiction Fred Alan Wolff: * Parallel Universes: The Search for Other Worlds [Simon & Schuster, 1989] Nonfiction, $19.95, hardcover see: ALTERNATE WORLDS Mia Wolff: Science Fiction illustrator; cover art for Samuel R. Delany's "The Mad Man" [1994] Mia Wolff @isfdb Michael Wolff: isfdb lists: * "The Reservoir" [Aberrations, Aug 1995] $3.50 Marv Wolfman: isfdb lists (redundantly): Books Edited: * The Marvel Superheroes [Pocket Books, 1979] co-author Len Wein ISBN 0-671-82091-5, $1.95, paperback anthology Richard Wolkomir: science writer; isfdb lists: * "Much Ado Over Microns [Omni, Dec 1982] * "Ultimate X Ray" [Omni, Aug 1983] * "Satellinks" [Omni, June 1983] * "Robots at Home" [Omni, Apr 1983] * "Amazing Superstuff" [Omni, Oct 1983] Betsy Wollheim: e-mail Betsy Wollheim @ DAW Books estate member of SFWA for late husband Donald A. Wollheim Donald A. Wollheim Donald A. Wollheim, full name Donald Allen Wollheim (1914-1990): major editor/publisher, also author who wrote under pseudonym David Grinnell as well as under his own name. Winner of awards including: * 1984 British Fantasy Award * 1975 Hugo Award * 1972 Locus Poll Award * 1981 and 1986 World Fantasy Awards Novels Written: * The "Mike Mars" series * Mike Mars, Astronaut [Doubleday, 1961; Paperback Library] juvenile * Mike Mars Flies the X-15 [Doubleday, 1961; Paperback Library] juvenile * Mike Mars at Cape Canaveral [Doubleday, 1961] juvenile a.k.a. Mike Mars at Cape Kennedy [Paperback Library, 1966] * Mike Mars in Orbit [Doubleday, 1961; Paperback Library] juvenile * Mike Mars Flies the Dynasoar [Doubleday, 1962; Paperback Library] juvenile * Mike Mars, South Pole Spaceman [Doubleday, 1962; Paperback Library] juvenile * Mike Mars and the Mystery Satellite [Doubleday, 1963; Paperback Library] juvenile * Mike Mars Around the Moon [Doubleday, 1964; Paperback Library] juvenile * One Against the Moon [World, 1956] juvenile * The Secret of Saturn's Rings [Winston, 1954; Paperback Library] juvenile * Secret of the Martian Moons [Winston, 1955; Tempo] juvenile * Secret of the Ninth Planet [Winston, 1959; Paperback Library; Warner] juvenile * Two Dozen Dragon Eggs [Powell, 1969] 24 stories * Destiny's Orbit [Avalon, 1961; Ace] under pseudonym David Grinnell * Across Time [Avalon, 1967; Ace] under pseudonym David Grinnell * Destination Saturn [1967] co-author Lin Carter, under pseudonym David Grinnell * Edge of Time [Avalon, 1958; Ace] under pseudonym David Grinnell * The Martian Missile [Avalon, 1959; Ace] under pseudonym David Grinnell * To Venus [Ace, 1970] under pseudonym David Grinnell Story Collections Written: * Two Dozen Dragon Eggs [1969] * The Man from Ariel [1982] * Up There and Other Strange Directions [1988] Books Edited: * the "World's Best SF" series: * World's Best Science Fiction: 1965 [1965] co-editor Terry Carr * The World's Best Science Fiction: 1966 [1966] co-editor Terry Carr * The World's Best Science Fiction: 1967 [1967] co-editor Terry Carr * The World's Best Science Fiction: 1968 [1968] co-editor Terry Carr * The World's Best Science Fiction: 1969 [1969] co-editor Terry Carr * World's Best Science Fiction: 1970 [1970] co-editor Terry Carr Nominated for 1971 Locus Award * The World's Best Science Fiction: 1971 [1971] * The 1972 Annual World's Best SF [1972] co-editor Arthur W. Saha a.k.a. World's Best SF: Series One Nominated for 1973 Locus Award * The 1973 Annual World's Best SF [1973] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1974 Locus Award * The 1974 Annual World's Best SF [1974] co-editor Arthur W. Saha a.k.a. World's Best SF: Series Three Nominated for 1975 Locus Award * The 1975 Annual World's Best SF [1975] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1976 Locus Award * The 1976 Annual World's Best SF [1976] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1977 Locus Award * The 1977 Annual World's Best SF [1977] co-editor Arthur W. Saha * The 1978 Annual World's Best SF [1978] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1979 Locus Award * The 1979 Annual World's Best SF [1979] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1980 Locus Award * The 1980 Annual World's Best SF [1980] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1981 Locus Award * The 1981 Annual World's Best SF [1981] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1982 Locus Award * The 1982 Annual World's Best SF [1982] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1983 Locus Award * The 1983 Annual World's Best SF [1983] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1984 Locus Award * The 1984 Annual World's Best SF [1984] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1985 Locus Award * The 1985 Annual World's Best SF [1985] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1986 Locus Award * The 1986 Annual World's Best SF [1986] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1987 Locus Award * The 1987 Annual World's Best SF [1987] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1988 Locus Award * The 1988 Annual World's Best SF [1988] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1989 Locus Award * The 1989 Annual World's Best SF [1989] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1990 Locus Award * The 1990 Annual World's Best SF [1990] co-editor Arthur W. Saha Nominated for 1991 Locus Award * The Pocket Book of Science-Fiction [1943] * Portable Novels of Science [1945] * The Girl with the Hungry Eyes [1949] as Anonymous * Flight Into Space [1950] * Every Boy's Book of Science Fiction [1951] * Prize Science Fiction [1953] * Adventures in the Far Future [1954] * Tales of Outer Space [1954] * The Ultimate Invader [1954] * Adventures on Other Planets [1955] * Terror in the Modern Vein [1955] * The End of the World [1956] * The Earth in Peril [1957] * Men on the Moon [1958] * The Hidden Planet [1959] * More Terror in the Modern Vein [1961] * More Adventures on Other Planets [1963] * Swordsmen in the Sky [1964] * The Avon Fantasy Reader [1969] co-editor George Ernsberger * The Second Avon Fantasy Reader [1969] co-editor George Ernsberger * Ace Science Fiction Reader [1971] * The Best from the Rest of the World [1976] * The DAW Science Fiction Reader [1976] Short Fiction: * "Still Life" [?] * "The Man from Ariel" [1934] * "The Haters" [1940] * "Blind Flight" [1941] * "The Colossus of Maia" [1941] co-author Robert A. W. Lowndes (under pseudonym "Lawrence Woods") * "Aquella" [1942] * "The Embassy" [1942] * "Planet Passage" [1942] * "Up There" [1942] * "Ajax of Ajax" [1942] under pseudonym Martin Pearson * "The Embassy" [1942] under pseudonym Martin Pearson * "Mimic" [1942] under pseudonym Martin Pearson * "Storm Warning" [1942] under pseudonym Millard Verne Gordon * "The Millionth Year" [1943] under pseudonym Millard Verne Gordon * "Top Secret" [1948] under pseudonym David Grinnell * "Top Secret" [1950] * "The Rag Thing" [1951] * "Extending the Holdings" [1951] under pseudonym David Grinnell * "The Rag Thing" [1951] under pseudonym David Grinnell * "Private World" [1951] under pseudonym Martin Pearson * "Colt Cash Cache" [1952] * "Malice Aforethought" [1952] under pseudonym David Grinnell * "Disguise" [1953] * "Ganymede House" [1953] * "Road to Rome" [1953] * "Shoo, Fly!" [1953] * "Asteroid 745: Mauritia" [1953] under pseudonym Martin Pearson * "The Mask of Demeter" [1953; 1988] under pseudonym Martin Pearson co-author C. M. Kornbluth (under pseudonym Cecil Corwin) * "Last Stand of a Space Grenadier" [1954] * "The Lysenko Maze" [1954] under pseudonym David Grinnell * "Doorslammer" [1963] * "The Hook" [1963] * "How Many Miles to Babylon?" [1963] * "The Feminine Fraction" [1964] * "The Garrison" [1965] * "An Advance Post in the War Between the Sexes" [1969] * "The Egg from Alpha Centauri" [1969] * "Ein Blick in Die Zukunft" [1969] * "Give Her Hell" [1969] * "The Horror Out of Lovecraft" [1969] * "Landragon" [1969] * "The Poetess and the 21 Gray-Haired Cadavers" [1969] * "Santa Rides a Saucer" [1969] * "Web Sixty-Four" [1969] * "Miss McWhortle's Weird" [1970] * "The Rules of the Game" [1973] * "Ishkabab" [1982] * "The Lost Poe" [1982] * "Who's There" [1982] * "Blueprint" [1988] * "Bones" [1988] * "The Booklings" [1988] * "Castaway" [1988] * "Cosmophobia" [1988] * "The Hat" [1988] * "The Hidden Conflict" [1988] * "Interplane Express" [1988] co-author C. M. Kornbluth * "The Man from the Future" [1988] * "The Outpost at Altark" [1988] * "The Planet Called Aquella" [1988] * "The World in Balance" [1988] * "The World on the Edge of the Universe" [1988] Nonfiction: * "Introduction" to many anthologies * "That Moon Plaque" [1969] * "Profile: Tanith Lee" [1988] Donald A. Wollheim Mimic: 1997 movie based on a Donald A. Wollheim story Phyllis Wollman: isfdb lists: Nonfiction: * "Explorations: Earth Watching" [Omni, Nov 1980] * "Explorations: Eclipsomaniacs" [Omni, Mar 1982] * "Explorations: Penguin Encounter" [Omni, Dec 1983] Fred Wollonover, fan pseudonym for Sam Moskowitz Dave Wolverton: one of the major author/editors dicovered by the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future competition, now the director of that contest: Novels Authored: * The Golden Queen [Tor, 1994] ISBN 0-312-85656-3, $22.95, hardcover [Tor, 1995] ISBN 0-812-55255-5, $5.99, paperback * Beyond the Gate [Tor, 1995] ISBN 0-312-85770-5, $23.95, hardcover [Tor, 1996] ISBN 0-812-55031-5, $6.99, paperback * Lords of the Seveth Swarm [Tor, 1997] ISBN 0-312-85771-3, $24.95, hardcover * On My Way to Paradise [Bantam Spectra, 1989] ISBN 0-553-27610-7, $4.95, paperback * Serpent Catch [Bantam Spectra, 1991] 0-553-28983-7, $4.99, paperback * Path of the Hero [Bantam Spectra, 1993] ISBN 0-553-56129-4, $5.99, paperback * The Courtship of Princess Leia [Bantam Books, 1994] ISBN 0-553-0892-8-5, $21.95, hardcover [Science Fiction Book Club #03409, 1994] $7.98, hardcover [Bantam UK, 1994] ISBN 0-593-03564-X, £9.99, hardcover [as "Star Wars: The Courtship of Princess Leia", Bantam Spectra, 1994] ISBN 0-553-08928-5, $21.95, hardcover [Bantam Books, 1995] ISBN 0-553-5693-7-6, $5.99, paperback [Bantam UK, 1995] ISBN 0-553-40807-0, £4.99, paperback [as "Star Wars: The Courtship of Princess Leia", [Bantam Spectra, 1995] ISBN0-553-56937-6, $5.99, paperback Anthologies Edited: * L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume IX [Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, Inc., 1993] ISBN 0-88404-823-3, $5.99 ($6.99 Can), paperback * L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Volume X [Los Angeles:Bridge Publications, Inc., 1994] ISBN 0-88404-900-0, $6.99 ($7.99 Can), paperback * L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Vol. XI [Los Angeles:Bridge Publications, Inc., 1995] ISBN 0-88404-999-X, $6.99 ($7.99 Can), paperback Short Fiction: * "On My Way to Paradise" [L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Vol. III, ed. Algis Budrys, Bridge Publications, 1987] ISBN 0-88404-254-6, $4.50, paperback * "The Sky is an Open Highway" [Isaac Asimov's, July 1988] * "Wheatfields Beyond" [Washed by a Wave of Wind, ed. M. Shayne Bell, Signature Books, 1993] trade paperback [Tomorrow Speculative Fiction, June 1994] ed. Algis Budrys, $4.00 * "My Favorite Christmas" [Christmas Forever, ed. David G. Hartwell, Tor, 1993] ISBN 0-312-85576-1, $24.95, hardcover * "We Blazed" [Peter S. Beagle's Immortal Unicorn, eds. Peter S. Beagle, Janet Berliner, Martin H. Greenberg, HarperPrism, 1995] ISBN 0-06-105224-8, $25.00, hardcover * "In the Teeth of Glory" [David Copperfield's Tales of the Impossible, eds. David Copperfield, Janet Berliner, Martin H. Greenberg, HarperPrism, 1995] ISBN 0-06-105288-0, $23.00, hardcover * "The Stone Mother's Curse" [Return to Avalon, eds. Jennifer Roberson, Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1996] ISBN 0-88677-679-1, $5.99, paperback * "After a Lean Winter" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1996] [War of the Worlds: Global Dispatches, ed. Kevin J. Anderson, Bantam Spectra, 1996] ISBN 0-553-10353-9, $22.95, hardcover [Year's Best SF 2, David G. Hartwell, HarperPrism, 1997] ISBN 0-06-105746-0, $5.99, paperback Excellent story in the style of Jack London about men and dogs in Alaska encountering H.G. Wells' invading Martians Nonfiction: * "The Writers of the Future Decade" [L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Volume X, 1994] * "About the Writers and Illustrators of the Future" [L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Vol. XI, 1995] Mark Wolverton: isfdb lists: * "Love in the Silicon Age" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Summer 1996] * "Fly on a Windshield" [Keen Science Fiction!, Nov 1996] ed. Teresa Keene, $4.00 Jack Womack (1956-): American Magical Realist [see: "Magical Realism"] Jack Womack Mark/Space Biograph Hotwired Interview of 29 Aug 1995 French Language site on Jack Womack * Ambient [Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1987] ISBN 1-55584-082-5, $15.95, hardcover [Unwin Hyman, 1988] ISBN 0-04-440164-7, £10.95, hardcover [Unwin, 1989] ISBN 0-04-440310-0, £2.95, paperback [Grafton, 1991] ISBN 0-586-21340-6, £3.99, paperback [Tor, 1991] ISBN 0-812-51605-2, $3.99, trade paperback * Terraplane [Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1988] ISBN 1-55584-165-1, $16.95, hardcover [Unwin Hyman, 1989] ISBN 0-04-440302-X, £12.95, hardcover [Tor, 1990] ISBN 0-812-50623-5, $3.95, paperback [Unwin, 1990] 0-04-440616-9, £3.50, paperback [Grafton, 1991] ISBN 0-586-21341-4, £3.99, paperback * Heathern [Tor, 1990] ISBN 0-312-85078-6, $16.95, hardcover [Unwin Hyman, 1990] ISBN 0-04-440691-6, £12.95, hardcover [Grafton, 1991] ISBN 0-586-21342-2, £3.99, paperback [Tor, 1991] ISBN 0-812-50872-6, $3.99, paperback * Random Acts of Senseless Violence [HarperCollins UK, 1993] ISBN 0-246-13850-5, £14.99, hardcover [HarperCollins UK, 1994] 0-586-21320-1, £4.99, paperback [Atlantic Monthly Press, 1994] ISBN 0-87113-577-9, $21.00, hardcover [Grove, 1995] 0-8021-3424-6, $12.00, trade paperback * Elvissey [HarperCollins UK, 1993] ISBN 0-586-21301-5, £4.99, paperback [Easton Press, 1993] hardcover [HarperCollins UK, 1993] ISBN 0-246-13839-4, £15.99, hardcover [Tor, 1993] ISBN 0-312-85202-9, $12.95, trade paperback [Grove, 1997] ISBN 0-8021-3495-5, $12.00, trade paperback * Let's Put the Future Behind Us [Atlantic Monthly, 1996] ISBN 0-87113-627-9, $23.00, hardcover [Flamingo, 1997] 0-00-225562-6, £8.99, trade paperback Short Fiction: * "Out of Sight, Out of Mind" [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fourth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martins, 1991] $27.95, hardcover [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fourth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow+Terri Windling, St. Martins, 1991] $15.95, trade paperback * "A Kiss, a Wink, a Grassy Knoll" [Omni, May 1991] * "That Old School Tie" [Little Deaths, ed. Ellen Datlow, Dell, 1995] ISBN 0-440-21852-7, $4.99, paperback [Millennium, 1995] ISBN 1-85798-014-X, £16.99, hardcover [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Eighth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's, 1995] ISBN 0-312-13220-4, $27.95, hardcover Nonfiction: * "Read This" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Mar 1990] $2.50 * "Read This" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Aug 1993] $2.50 * "Curiosities: I Remember Lemuria by Richard S. Shaver, 1948" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1998] ed. Gordon Van Gelder, $2.99 E. H. Wong: isfdb lists: * "Rescue" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Fall 1992] * "Endangered Species" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Summer 1996] * "Omnibus in 32 Bits" [Pirate Writings, no.14, 1997] $4.95 Sung J. Woo: isfdb lists: * "Bleeding Hearts" [InterText, Jan-Feb 1994] eds. Jason Snell, Geoff Duncan, Susan Grossman A. Heather Wood: no known home page, but America Online e-mail Bridget Wood: Fantasy novelist: Books: * Wolfking [Headline, 1991] ISBN 0-7472-3514-7, £4.99, paperback [Headline, 1991] ISBN 0-7472-7968-3, £7.99, trade paperback [Ballantine Del Rey, 1992] ISBN 0-345-37626-9, $10.00, trade paperback [Ballantine Del Rey, 1994] ISBN 0-345-38328-1, $5.99, paperback * The Lost Prince [Headline, 1992] ISBN 0-7472-3515-5, £5.99, paperback [Ballantine Del Rey, 1993] ISBN 0-345-37976-4, $10.00, trade paperback [Ballantine Del Rey, 1995] ISBN 0-345-38853-4, $5.99, paperback * Rebel Angel [Headline, 1993] ISBN 0-7472-4122-8, £5.99, paperback [Headline, 1993] ISBN 0-7472-7909-8, £8.99, trade paperback * Sorceress [Headline, 1994] ISBN 0-7472-4490-1, £5.99, paperback [Headline, 1994] ISBN 0-7472-7861-X, £9.99, trade paperback Christopher Wood: isfdb lists: * "Miss Frost" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1951] ed. Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas, $0.35 * "Mrs. Dalrymple's Cat" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1953] ed. Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas, $0.35 * The Enemy" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1953] ed. Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas, $0.35 Darrelyn Wood: Fantasy illustrator active in early 1980s Darrelyn Wood @isfdb E. J. Wood: isfdb lists: * "Schnoppsday" [Galaxy, ed. Ejler Jakobsson, Jan 1971] $.75 Edward Wood: isfdb lists: * "The Nuclear Controversy" [Analog, ed. Ben Bova, July 1977] nonfiction, $1.25 Frances M. Wood: * Becoming Rosemary [Delacorte, 1997] ISBN 0-385-32248-8, $14.95, hardcover Jamieson Wood: isfdb lists: * "The Black Arrow" [Fantastic Adventures, ed. Raymond A. Palmer, June 1948] $0.25 Martine Wood: critic; isfdb lists: * The Work of Gary Brandner [Borgo, 1996] ISBN 0-8095-1519-9, $17.00 N. Lee Wood: a.k.a. Mrs. Norman Spinrad; see Best Novels of the Year, 1996 Timeline 1990-2000: Books: * Looking for the Mahdi [Ace, 1996] ISBN 0-441-00298-6, $12.00, trade paperback [Vista, 1996] 0-575-60109-4, £5.99, paperback [Ace, 1997] ISBN 0-441-00450-4, $5.99, paperback * Faraday's Orphans [Gollancz, 1996] 0-575-06392-0, £16.99, hardcover [Ace, 1997] ISBN 0-441-00446-6, $13.00, trade paperback [Gollancz/Vista, 1997] ISBN 0-575-60130-2, £5.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Memories That Dance Like Dust in The Summer Heat" [Amazing Stories, ed. Patrick Lucien Price, Jan 1990], $1.75 * "In The Land of No" [Amazing Stories, ed. Kim Mohan, Nov 1991] $3.95 Rob Wood: Fantasy/Horror illustrator active in early 1990s, 4 Stephen King covers Rob Wood @isfdb Ron Wood: Fantasy illustrator active in 1990s cover of "WiZrD" [Steve Zell, St.Martin's, 1994] Ron Wood @isfdb possibly a typo for "Rob Wood" above Susan Wood: popular Fantasy author, critic, and teacher in the Pacific Northwest who died tragically young, and after whom a scholarship/award is dedicated; isfdb lists: Nonfiction: * "Introduction" [The Language of the Night, Ursula K. Le Guin, HarperCollins, 1992] ISBN 0-06-016835-8, $20.00, hardcover [The Language of the Night: Essays on Fantasy and Science Fiction, Ursula K. Le Guin, HarperPerennial, 1993] ISBN 0-06-092412-8, $10.00, trade paperback * "The Year in Fantasy: 191979] ISBN 425-04155-7, $1.95 Terry Wood: isfdb lists: * "Middle Earth: Long Ago in a Galaxy Far, Far Away" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3,no.3, 1993] nonfiction Wallace Wood: major science fiction artist/illustrator active in 1950s: Book & Magazine Cover Artwork: * Galaxy Science Fiction, Oct 1957 * Undersea City [Jack Williamson and Frederik Pohl, Gnome, 1958] $2.75, hardcover * Twice in Time [Manly Wade Wellman, Galaxy Publishing Corp., 1958] $0.35, paperback * The Forever Machine [Mark Clifton and Frank Riley, Galaxy Publishing Corp., 1958] $0.35, paperback * Mission of Gravity [Hal Clement, Galaxy Publishing Corp., 1958] $0.35, paperback * Galaxy Science Fiction, Aug 1958 * Address: Centauri [F. L. Wallace, Galaxy Publishing Corp., 1958] $0.35, paperback * Galaxy, Feb 1959, $0.50 * Galaxy, Apr 1959, $0.50 * Galaxy, Aug 1959, $0.50 * Galaxy, Oct 1959, $0.50 Walter Wood: isfdb lists: * "Submarined" (1905) [Science Fiction by Gaslight, ed. Sam Moskowitz, World, 1968] hardcover Kathleen Woodall: isfdb lists: * "Brotherly Love" [Thin Ice, ed. Kathleen Jurgens ,no.10, 1991] $4.50 David A. Woodbury: * Mr. Faraday's Formula [Devin-Adair, 1965] David O. Woodbury: isfdb lists: * "The Electric Snare" [Astounding, July 1934] $0.20 * "Aground in Space" [Astounding, Aug 1934] $0.20 Francine G. Woodbury: no known home page, but CompuServe e-mail * Shade and Shadow [Ballantine Del Rey, 1996] ISBN 0-345-39428-3, $4.99, paperback George R. Woodcock: misprint by Internet Science Fiction Database for Gordon R. Woodcock, Space Systems manager at Boeing (Kent Space Center, Washington) with expertise in transportation, space stations, advanced concepts; Your Humble Webmaster was co-interviewed with him about Space Colonies in the Seattle Times once {reference to be done}; former Member, Board of Directors, L-5 Society; listed here for: * "To the Stars!" [Analog, June 1983] nonfiction Gordon R. Woodcock: Space Systems manager at Boeing (Kent Space Center, Washington) with expertise in transportation, space stations, advanced concepts; Your Humble Webmaster was co-interviewed with him about Space Colonies in the Seattle Times once {reference to be done}; former Member, Board of Directors, L-5 Society; listed here for: * "Space Transportation: You Can Get There From Here!" [Analog, July 1982] nonfiction * "To the Stars!" [Analog, June 1983] nonfiction * "Space: Our Once and Future Frontier" [Analog, June 1986] nonfiction Keith Woodcott, pseudonym for John Brunner Jack Woodford, pseudonym for Josiah Pitts Woolfolk Martin Woodhouse: * Blue Bone [Coward, 1973] * Bushbaby [Coward, 1968; Book Club; Berkley] * Mama Doll [Coward, 1972] * Moonhill [Coward, 1974] J. B. Woodley: isfdb lists: * "With a Vengeance" [Galaxy Science Fiction, Oct 1953] $0.35 Steve Woodman: Australian Science Fiction author; isfdb lists: * "Empathy" [Eidolon, Summer 1993] Clyde Woodruff, pseudonym for David Vern Christopher Woods: isfdb lists: * "The Wound" [Air Fish, eds. Joy Oestricher and Richard Singer, Cat's Eye Press, 1993] ISBN 0-9631755-2-1, $16.95, trade paperback * "The Sea Changes" [the fractal, Spring/Summer 1996] Joan Woods, full name Joan Hanke Woods: Science Fiction illustrator active in late 1970s Joan Woods @isfdb Joan Hanke Woods @isfdb Lawrence Woods, pseudonym for D. Wollheim & R. W. Lowndes & J. Michel P. F. Woods, pseudonym for Barrington J. Bayley Richard Woods: isfdb lists: Nonfiction: * A Diversity of Dragons [A Diversity of Dragons, eds. Anne McCaffrey, Richard Woods, John Howe, HarperPrism, 1997] ISBN 0-0610-553-1-X, $30.00, hardcover Short Fiction: * "Choices" [Tales of the Knights Templar, ed. Katherine Kurtz, Warner Books, 1995] ISBN 0-446-60138-1, $5.50, paperback Gordon R. Woodstock: misprint by Internet Science Fiction Database for Gordon R. Woodcock, Space Systems manager at Boeing (Kent Space Center, Washington) with expertise in transportation, space stations, advanced concepts; Your Humble Webmaster was co-interviewed with him about Space Colonies in the Seattle Times once {reference to be done}; former Member, Board of Directors, L-5 Society; listed here for: * "Space Transportation: You Can Get There From Here!" [Analog, July 1982] nonfiction Arthur Woodward: isfdb lists: * "Lord of the Talking Hands" (1931) [Weird Tales, ed. Dorothy McIlwraith, May 1954] $0.35 Woodward: Science Ficion illustrator active in 1950s Woodward @isfdb Lisa Woodworth: isfdb lists: * "Were-Flight" [Tales of the Witch World 3, ed. Andre Norton, Tor, 1990] ISBN 0-312-85044-1, $18.95, hardcover Stephen Woodworth: isfdb lists: * "Purple Hearts and Other Wounds" [Fear the Fever, eds. Jeff Gelb and Michael Garrett, Pocket Books, 1996] ISBN 0-671-53765-2, $5.99, paperback Laura Woody: isfdb lists: * "Excerpts from the Discussion of the Controlled Vibration Theory of Communication Among the Un-Kin" [Analog, Jan 1994] Gary Woolard: isfdb lists: * "The Four" [New Dimensions 11, eds. Robert Silverberg and Marta Randall, Pocket, 1980] ISBN 0-671-83085-6, $2.50, paperback John Wooley: isfdb lists: * "The Last Writer in the World" [Midnight Journeys, eds. Davi Dee and Bill Allen, Ozark Triangle Press, 1995] $9.95, trade paperback Virginia Woolf: mainstream/experimental author best known for co-inventing , with James Joyce, the modern "interior monologue"/stream-of-consciousness style of prose fiction; listed here for: * "Solid Objects" [Strangeness, eds. Thomas M. Disch and Charles Naylor, Scribner's, 1978] ISBN 0-684-14899-4, $8.95, hardcover Sue Woolfe: isfdb lists: * Leaning Towards Infinity [pub?, 1996] Jack Woolhiser: Science Fiction illustrator active in late 1970s-early 1980s Jack Woolhiser @isfdb Jane Woolley: Fantasy/Horror illustrator active in 1990s Jane Woolley @isfdb Janet Woolley: Fantasy/Horror illustrator active in 1990s Janet Woolley @isfdb Lynn Woolley: isfdb lists: * "A Stitch in Time" [Amazing Stories, ed. Elinor Mavor, Nov 1980] $1.50 Cornell Woolrich: primarily known for his Mystery/Detective fiction Go to Ultimate Mystery/Detective Web Guide Cornell Woolrich is listed here for: * "Jane Brown's Body" (1938) [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct 1951] * "The Moon of Montezuma" [Fantastic, Nov-Dec 1952] Stanley Woolston: isfdb lists: * "Probability Zero: The Human Bomb" [Astounding, Dec 1942] nonfiction Linda Woolverton: * Star Wind [Houghton Mifflin, 1986] ISBN 0-395-41454-7, $12.95, hardcover Dave Woomer: isfdb lists: * "An Interview with A. R. Morlan" [Eldritch Tales, Vol.9, no.3, Fall 1993] nonfiction Woomera Test Range: location in South Australia, used in 1950s to launch and recover British high-altitude rockets (Bleu Streak, Black Night, Black Arrow), and now an important Earth Station. Harold Wooster: isfdb lists: * "Probability Zero: Y equals Sin X" [Astounding, ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., Sep 1943] $0.25 John J. Wooster: isfdb lists: * "The Penalty" [Fantastic Stories, June 1963] $0.50 * "And On The Third Day" [Fantastic Stories, Nov 1963] Martin Morse Wooster: no known web site Roland Worchester, pseudonym for Francis G. Rayer Worldship: see "Generation Starships" in SPACE TRAVEL: rockets to asteroids, moons, planets, stars Ian V. Worling: isfdb lists: * "Green Children" [On Spec, Fall 1996] Workstation: powerful stand-alone computer for Engineering. Isa Wormhole: pseudonym; isfdb lists: * "Bookworm" [Grotesque, ed. David Logan, April 1993] £2.50, nonfiction Richard Wormser: * Pan Satyrus [Avon, 1963] Howard Wornom: isfdb lists: Books: * Spelljammer: The Ultimate Helm [ed. Russ T. Howard, TSR 1993] ISBN 1-56076-651-4, $4.95, trade paperback, games-related * Castle of the Undead [pub?, 1993] * Dungeon of Fear [pub?,1994] Short Fiction: * "Puppy Love Land" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Apr 1996] $2.95 Everil Worrell: isfdb lists: * "The Canal" [Weird Tales, ed. Farnsworth Wright, Apr 1935] $0.25 [Avon Fantasy Reader #8, ed. Donald A. Wollheim, 1948] $0.35 * "Once There Was a Little Girl" [Weird Tales, ed. Dorothy McIlwraith, Jan 1953] $0.25 * "I Loved Her With My Soul" [Weird Tales, ed. Dorothy McIlwraith, Sep 1953] $0.35 * "Call Not Their Names" [Weird Tales, ed. Dorothy McIlwraith, Mar 1954] $0.35 [Weird Tales, ed. Stefan Dziemianowicz, 1988] Amy Worth, pseudonym for David H. Keller Peter Worth, housename and pseudonym for C. S. Geier, R. P. Graham: * "Window to the Future" [Amazing Stories, May 1949] * "The Robot and the Pearly Gates" [Amazing Stories, Jan 1949] * "Typewriter from the Future" [Amazing Stories, Feb 1950] * "Null F" [Fantastic Adventures, Feb 1950] * "The Master Ego" [Fantastic Adventures, March 1951] Lyn Worthen: Lyn Worthen * "Rumors of My Death" [1993] * "A Domestic Wine and Cassoulet" [Tomorrow Speculative Fiction, Aug 1994] Will Worthington: isfdb lists: * "Plenitude" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1959] * "Who Dreams of Ivy" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1960; Best from F&SF 10, ed. Robert P. Mills, 1961] * "We Are the Ceiling" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1960] * "The Swamp Road" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1960] * "Abide with Me" [Fantastic, Jan 1960] * "Package Deal" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1961] * "The Food Goes in the Top" [Decade the 1960s, ed. Brian W. Aldiss, Macmillan U.K., 1976] hardcover Ron Wortz: isfdb lists: * "Laura Talbot's Coming Out" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer/Fall 1996] Herman Wouk: famous mainstream author ("The Winds of War", etc.), his brother Victor was the interviewer whose recommendation get Your Humble Webmaster into Caltech on full scholarship in 1968 (thank you, Victor Wouk!), Herman Wouk also published one explicitly SF novel: * The Lomokome Papers [Simon & Schuster, 1956; Pocket] Return to Authors W Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Herman Wrede: isfdb lists: * "The Questers" [Vertex, Dec 1973] * "The Missionaroes" [Vertex, Oct 1973] * "Kessler" [Vertex, Apr 1973] * "Confrontation" [Vertex, Aug 1973] * "The Seedlings" [Vertex, June 1974] * "Hope Deferred" [Vertex, Dec 1974] * "My True Harp" [Vertex, Feb 1975] Patricia C. Wrede: isfdb lists: Novels: * Dealing with Dragons (as "Dragonsbane" in U.K.) [Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1990] ISBN 0-15-222900-0, $15.95, hardcover [as "Drage-prinsessen" Gyldendal, 1991] ISBN 87-01-75200-6, trade paperback [Scholastic, 1992] ISBN 0-590-45722-5, $3.25, paperback [included in Omnibus edition: "The Enchanted Forest Chronicles", Science Fiction Book Club, 1995] ISBN 1-56865-173-2, hardcover [as "Prinsessa Soker Drake", Rabin & Sjogren, 1995] ISBN 91-29-62952-7,hardcover * Caught in Crystal [Ace, 1987] ISBN 0-441-76006-6, $2.95, paperback [Orbit, 1989] ISBN 0-7088-8313-3, £3.50, paperback * Searching For Dragons [a.k.a. "Dragon Search" (1994)] [Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1991] ISBN 0-15-200898-5, $16.95, hardcover [Scholastic, 1992] ISBN 0-590-45721-7, $3.25, paperback [as "Dragon Search", Scholastic, 1994] ISBN 0-590-55584-7, £3.50, paperback [included in Omnibus edition: "The Enchanted Forest Chronicles", Science Fiction Book Club, 1995] ISBN 1-56865-173-2, hardcover * The Raven Ring [Tor, 1994] ISBN 0-312-85040-9, $21.95, hardcover [Tor, 1995] ISBN 0-812-51432-7, $5.99, paperback * Shadow Magic [Ace, 1984] ISBN 0-441-76012-0, $2.50, paperback [as "Schattenzauber", Fisher Taschenbuch Verlag, 1986] ISBN 3-596-22716-X, paperback [Orbit, 1990] ISBN 0-7088-8331-1, £3.50, paperback * Calling on Dragons [Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1993] ISBN 0-15-200950-7, $16.95, hardcover [Scholastic Inc., 1994] ISBN 0-590-48467-2, $3.95, paperback [included in Omnibus edition: "The Enchanted Forest Chronicles", Science Fiction Book Club, 1995] ISBN 1-56865-173-2, hardcover * Talking to Dragons [Ace Books, 1985] ISBN 0-441-79592-7, $3.50, paperback [Ace/Tempo, 1985] ISBN 0-441-79591-9, $2.25, paperback [Ace, 1988] ISBN 0-441-79592-7, $3.50, paperback [Harcourt Brace, 1993] ISBN 0-15-284247-0, $16.95, hardcover [Scholastic/Point, 1995] ISBN 0-590-48475-3, $3.99, paperback [included in Omnibus edition: "The Enchanted Forest Chronicles", Science Fiction Book Club, 1995] ISBN 1-56865-173-2, hardcover * Daughter of Witches [Ace, 1983] ISBN 0-441-13894-2, $2.50, paperback [Orbit, 1990] ISBN 0-7088-4784-6, £3.50, paperback * The Harp of Imach Thyssel [Ace, 1985] ISBN 0-441-31756-1, $2.95, paperback * The Seven Towers [Ace, 1984] ISBN 0-441-75973-4, $2.50, paperback * Sorcery and Cecelia (co-author Caroline Stevermer) [Ace, 1988] ISBN 0-441-77559-4, $2.95, paperback * Snow White and Rose Red [Tor, 1989] $15.95, hardcover [Tor, 1990] ISBN 0-812-55825-1, $3.95, paperback [Tor, 1993] ISBN 0-812-53497-2, $4.99, paperback * Mairelon the Magician [Tor, 1991] ISBN 0-312-85041-7, $17.95, hardcover [Tor, 1992] ISBN 0-812-50896-3, $3.99, paperback * Shadows over Lyra [Tor, 1997] ISBN 0-812-56759-5, $11.99, trade paperback * Magician's Ward [Tor, 1997] 0-312-85369-6, $22.95, hardcover Story Collections: * Book of Enchantments [Harcourt Brace, 1996] ISBN 0-15-201255-9, $17.00, hardcover * Omnibus edition: "The Enchanted Forest Chronicles", Science Fiction Book Club, 1995] ISBN 1-56865-173-2, hardcover Short Fiction: * "Ancient Curses" [Liavek, eds. Emma Bull and Will Shetterly, Ace Books, 1985] ISBN 0-441-48180-9, 2.95, paperback * "Rikiki and the Wizard" [Liavek: The Players of Luck, eds. Emma Bull and Will Shetterly, Ace Books, 1986] ISBN 0-441-48184-1, 2.95, paperback [Book of Enchantments, 1996] * "The Princess, the Cat, and the Unicorn" [The Unicorn Treasury, ed. Bruce Coville, Doubleday, 1988] ISBN 0-385-24000-7, 14.95, hardcover [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Second Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1989] ISBN 0-312-03006-1, hardcover [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Second Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1989] ISBN 0-312-03007-X, 13.95, trade paperback [Unicorns II, eds. Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois, Ace Books, 1992] ISBN 0-441-84564-9, 4.99, paperback [Book of Enchantments, 1996] * "The Improper Princess" [Spaceships & Spells, eds. Jane Yolen, Martin H. Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh, Harper and Row, 1987] ISBN 0-06-026796-8, 12.95, hardcover [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: First Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's, 1988] ISBN 0-312-01851-7, $19.95, hardcover * "Mad God" [Liavek: Spells of Binding, eds. Emma Bull and Will Shetterly, Ace Books, 1988] ISBN 0-441-48191-4, $3.50, paperback * "The Levar's Night Out" [Liavek: Festival Week, eds. Emma Bull and Will Shetterly, Ace Books, 1990] ISBN 0-441-48192-2, $3.95, paperback * "The Sword-Seller" [Tales of the Witch World 3, ed. Andre Norton, Tor, 1990] ISBN 0-312-85044-1, 18.95, hardcover [Book of Enchantments, 1996] * "The Sixty-Two Curses of Caliph Arenschadd" [A Wizard's Dozen, ed. Michael Stearns, Jane Yolen Books/Harcourt Brace, 1993] ISBN 0-15-200965-5, 16.95, hardcover [Book of Enchantments, 1996] * "Stronger than Time" [Black Thorn, White Rose, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, AvoNova, 1994] ISBN 0-380-77129-2, paperback [Book of Enchantments, 1996] * "Utensile Strength" [Book of Enchantments, 1996] * "Roses by Moonlight" [Book of Enchantments, 1996] * "Quick After-Battle Triple Chocolate Cake" [Book of Enchantments, 1996] * "The Lorelei" [Book of Enchantments, 1996] * "Earthwitch" [Book of Enchantments, 1996] * "Cruel Sisters" [Book of Enchantments, 1996] * "The Cinders Case" [Bruce Coville's Book of Magic II, ed. Bruce Coville, Scholastic, 1997] ISBN 0-590-85297-3, $3.99, trade paperback Nonfiction: * "Notes from the Author" [Book of Enchantments, 1996] M. K. Wren, pseudonym of Martha Kay Renfroe: Books: * Sword of the Lamb [Berkley Books, 1981] ISBN 0-425-07587-7, $3.50, paperback [Berkley, 1985] ISBN 0-425-07587-7, $3.50, paperback * Shadow of the Swan [Berkley Books, 1981] ISBN 0-425-07965-1, $2.95, paperback [Berkley, 1985] ISBN 0-425-07965-1, $2.95, paperback * House of the Wolf [Berkley Books, 1981] ISBN 0-425-08273-3, $2.95, paperback [Berkley, 1985] ISBN 0-425-08273-3, $2.95, paperback * A Gift Upon the Shore [Ballantine Books, 1990] 0-345-36341-8, $18.95, hardcover Nonfiction: * "The LoHi Option (a.k.a. Egg Burito)" [Serve It Forth -- Cooking With Anne McCaffrey, eds. Anne McCaffrey and John Gregory Betancourt, Warner Aspect, 1996] ISBN 0-446-67161-4, $12.99, trade paperback Sarah J. Wrench: * The Duke of Sumava [Baen, 1997] ISBN 0-671-87785-2, $5.99, paperback "Wright" (see Weaver Wright, pseudonym for Forrest J. Ackerman): isfdb lists: Books: * Scenes from the Morte d'Arthur [publisher?, 1919] Short Fiction: * "The Time Twister" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Oct 1947] $0.15 * "Not Born a Man" [Aberrations, no.25, 1994] $3.50 Not Fantasy nor Science Fiction: * The Bell Street Murders [1931] * The Secret of the Screen [1933] * The Adventure of the Blue Room [1945] Cover Art: * Galaxy Science Fiction, Feb 1965, $0.60 Austin Tappan Wright: * Islandia [Farrar & Rinehart, 1942; paperback 1956; Signet; Plume] David Wright: Science Fiction/Fantasy illustrator, cover of "Wilderness" [Roger Zelazny & Gerald Hausman, Forge, 1994] David Wright @isfdb Dwayne V. Wright: Science Fiction illustrator, at least 3 interior illustrations in 1997 Analog and Asimov's Dwayne V. Wright @isfdb Farnsworth Wright: isfdb lists: * "An Adventure in the Fourth Dimension" [The Moon Terror, A. G. Birch, Popular Fiction Pub. Co., 1927] $1.50, hardcover Gary Wright: isfdb lists: * "Captain of the Kali" [If, Jan 1963] $0.35 * "The Ultimate Racer" [Worlds of If, Nov 1964] $0.40 * "Mirror of Ice" [Galaxy Science Fiction, June 1967; Nebula Award Stories 3, ed. Roger Zelazny, 1968?] * "Dreamhouse" [Worlds of If, Nov 1967] $.60 * "On the Wings of Imagination, Fly" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1989] $2.00 * "The Teller Told a Tale" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1990] $2.00 * "A Tale of a Distant Land" [Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 6: Winter 1990] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $20.00, hardcover * "Something on the Stairs There Be" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct/Nov 1991] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $3.95 Gilbert Wright: isfdb lists: * "The Great Gizmo" [Avon Fantasy Reader #15, ed. Donald A. Wollheim, New York: Avon, 1951] $0.35 J. Clayton Wright: isfdb lists: * "Mightier Now, The Pitcher's Mound" [Aberrations, No.14, 1993] $3.50 isfdb misprints magazine as "Aberations" James Lamont Wright, Jr.: * "Bad Moon Rising" [Galaxy, #8, ed. E. J. Gold, 1995] $2.50 as by "James L. Wright, Jr." James L. Wright Jr. e-mail James Lamont Wright, Jr. John C. Wright: isfdb lists: * "Not Born a Man" [Aberrations, No.25, 1994] $3.50 * "Farthest Man From Earth" [Asimov's Science Fiction, Apr 1995] $4.50 * "Guest Law" [Asimov's Science Fiction, July 1997] $2.95 Kenneth Wright, pseudonym for Lester del Rey Lan Wright, full name Lionel P. Wright: * Exile from Xanadu [Ace, 1964] co-author Fred Saberhagen a.k.a. The Golden People * The Last Hope of Earth [Ace, 1965] as "The Creeping Shroud" [UK, 1966] * A Man Called Destiny [Ace, 1958] co-author Robert Silverberg a.k.a. Stepsons of Terra * The Pictures of Pavanne [Ace, 1968] as "A Planet Called Pavanne" [UK, 1969] * Who Speaks of Conquest [Ace, 1957] Short Fiction isfdb lists: * "Project - Peace!" [New Worlds, Sep 1952] 2s * "Operation Exodus" [New Worlds, Jan 1952] 2s * "The Human Element" [New Worlds, June 1953] 1s 6d * "... Is No Robbery" [New Worlds, Mar 1953] 2s * "Strangers in the Town" [New Worlds, Sep 1954] 1s 6d * "The Messengers" [New Worlds, Nov 1954] 1s 6d * "The Ethical Question" [New Worlds, July 1954] 1s 6d * "Fair Exchange" [New Worlds, Jan 1955] 1s 6d * "The Con Game" [New Worlds, Oct 1955] 2s * "And So Farewell" [Nebula Science Fiction, ed. Peter Hamilton, July 1957] * "Joker's Trick" [New Worlds Science Fiction, July 1959] £2/- Max Wright: isfdb lists: * "The Test" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Winter 1997] $5.95 * "Like Magic" [Adventures of Sword and Sorcery, ed. Randy Dannenfelser, 1997] $4.50 Peter Wright, Peter R. Wright: Science Fiction critic; isfdb lists: * "Selling Mars: Burroughs, Barsoom and Expedient Xenography" [Foundation, Number 68, Autumn 1996] ed. Edward James * "Grasping the God-Games: Metafictional Keys to the Interpretation of Gene Wolfe's The Fictions of the New Sun" [Foundation, Number 66, Spring 1996] * "God-Games: Cosmic Conspiracies and Narrative Sleights in Gene Wolfe's The Fictions of the New Sun" [Foundation, Number 66, Spring 1996] R. Glenn Wright: Science Fiction critic; isfdb lists: * "Science Fiction, Archetypes, and the Future" [Clarion III, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1973] paperback, nonfiction essay * Foreword [Somerset Dreams and Other Fictions, Kate Wilhelm, Harper & Row, 1978] hardcover Robert Wright, pseudonym for R. W. Lowndes & Forrest J. Ackerman Ronald Wright: isfdb lists: * A Scientific Romance [Anchor UK, 1997] ISBN 1-86230-011-9, £9.99, trade paperback [Picador, 1998] ISBN 0-312-18172-8, $23.0, hardcover Roscoe E. Wright: isfdb lists: * "Probability Zero: Ultimate Opposition" [Astounding, Apr 1943] $0.25 * "The Sepia Springs Affair" [Worlds of If, Mar 1967] $.50 isfdb lists author as "Rosco Wright" S. Fowler Wright, full name Sydney Fowler Wright (6 Jan 1874-25 Feb 1965): 6,000,000 words of Sydney Fowler Wright's published works including most of his Science Fiction site created by his grandson (Gus Fowler-Wright) e-mail Gus Fowler-Wright Sydney Fowler Wright: British accountant, poet, poetry magazine editor, major Science Fiction author and popular (yet minor) Mystery/Detective author (Go to Ultimate Mystery/Detective Web Guide) : * 23 mainstream and science fiction novels * The Amphibians: A Romance of 500,000 Years Hence [London: Merton, 1925] * Deluge [London: self-published, 1927; New York: Cosmopolitan, 1928] * The Island of Captain Sparrow [London: Gollancz, 1928; New York: Cosmopolitan, 1928] * The World Below (includes The Amphibians) a.k.a. The Dwellers [London: Collins, 1929; New York: Longmans, 1930] * Dawn [New York: Cosmopolitan, 1929; London: Harrap, 1931] * Elfwin [London: Harrap, 1930; New York: Longmans, 1930] * Dream, or The Simian Maid [London: Harrap, 1931] * Seven Thousand in Israel [London: Jarrolds, 1931] * Red Ike (co-author J. M. Denwood) [London: Hutchinson, 1931; a.k.a. "Under the Brutchstone", New York: Coward McCann, 1931] * Beyond the Rim [London: Jarrolds, 1932] * Lord's Right in Languedoc [London: Jarrolds, 1933] * Power [London: Jarrolds, 1933] * David [London: Butterworth, 1931] * Prelude in Prague: A Story of the War of 1938 [London: Newnes, 1935; New York: Putnam, 1936] * Four Days War [London: Hale, 1936] * The Screaming Lake [London: Hale, 1937] * Megiddo's Ridge [London: Hale, 1937] * The Hidden Tribe [London: Hale, 1938] * The Adventure of Wyndham Smith [London: Jenkins, 1938] * Ordeal of Barata [London: Jenkins, 1939] * The Siege of Malta: Founded on an Unfinished Romance by Sir Walter Scott [London: Muller, 1942] * The Vengeance of Gwa [London: Books for Today, 1945] * Spiders' War [New York: Abelard Press, 1954] * 25 mystery/detective novels under pseudonym Sydney Fowler, with series characters Professor Blinkwell, Inspector Cauldron, Inpector Cleveland, Mr. Jellipot * 1 mystery/detective story collection under pseudonym Sydney Fowler * 3 mainstream and science fiction story collections * 5 books of poetry * 3 other books (politics, Biography of Sir Walter Scott) * 9 books edited (poetry) * 3 books translated (Dante, Dumas pere) Sewell Peaslee Wright: isfdb lists: * "The Terrible Tentacles of L-472" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, ed. Harry Bates, Sep 1930] $0.20 * "Into the Ocean's Depths" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, May 1930] * "From the Ocean's Depths" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, Mar 1930] * "The Forgotten Planet" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, July 1930] * "The Terror from the Depths" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, Nov 1931] * "The Man from 2071" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, June 1931] * "The Infra-Medians" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, Dec 1931; Every Boy's Book of Science Fiction, ed. Donald A. Wollheim, Fredrick Fell, 1951] hardcover * "The God in the Box" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, Sep 1931] * "The Ghost World" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, Apr 1931] * "The Dark Side of Antri" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, Jan 1931; Avon Science Fiction Reader #1, ed. Donald A. Wollheim, 1951] $0.35 * "Vampires of Space" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, Mar 1932] * "Priestess of the Flame" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, June 1932; Avon Science Fiction Reader #2, ed. Donald A. Wollheim, 1951] $0.35 * "The Death Traps of FX-31" [Astounding Stories of Super-Science, Mar 1933] Stephen Wright: isfdb lists: Books: * M31: A Family Romance [Harmony Books, 1988] $17.95, hardcover [Ballantine, 1989] ISBN 0-345-36180-6, $3.95, paperback [Quality Paperback Book Club, 1989] $8.95, trade paperback Susan Wright: isfdb lists: Books: * Star Trek Voyager: Violations [Pocket Books, 1995] ISBN 0-671-5204-6-6, $5.99, paperback * Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Tempest [Pocket Books, 1997] ISBN 0-671-00227-9, $5.99, paperback * Star Trek, the Next Generation #29: Sins of Commission [Pocket, 1994] ISBN 0-671-79704-2, $5.50, paperback * Star Trek: Starfleet Academy: The Best and the Brightest [Pocket, 1997] paperback T. Lucien Wright: isfdb lists: * "Satisfaction" [Dark Seductions, eds. Alice Alfonsi and John Scognamiglio, Zebra, 1993] ISBN 0-8217-4331-7, $4.50, paperback T. M. Wright: isfdb lists: * "A World Without Toys" [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: First Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's, 1988] ISBN 0-312-01851-7, $19.95, hardcover; a.k.a. "The House Under the Street" * "His Mother's Eyes" [Twilight Zone Magazine, June 1988; The Sterling Web, ed. Ann Kennedy, Winter 1991] $4.75 Waldo Carlton Wright: isfdb lists: * "Spirit of the White Deer" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1973] $0.75 Weaver Wright, pseudonym for Forrest J. Ackerman; isfdb lists: * "The Time Twister" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Oct 1947] $0.15 Bernie Wrightson: Bernie Wrightson @ Dragon*Con co-creator of "Swamp Thing", known for "Frankenstein" illustrations Patricia Wrightson: isfdb lists: * The Ice Is Coming [Ballantine/Del Rey, 1986] ISBN 0-345-33248-2, $2.95, paperback * The Dark Bright Water [Ballantine/Del Rey, 1986] ISBN 0-345-33249-0, $2.95, paperback * Journey Behind the Wind [Ballantine/Del Rey, 1986] ISBN 0-345-33250-4, $2.95, paperback Capt John E. Wrobel: isfdb lists: * "Is Biological Aging Inevitable?" [Analog, Dec 1969] nonfiction, $.60 Return to Authors W Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Dingbo Wu: Anthologies Edited: * Science Fiction from China (co-editor Patrick Murphy) New York: Praeger, 1989] $18.95, hardcover Frank Wu: isfdb lists: * "A new formula to describe the human condition" [1990] * "Michael Jackson Genome Project" [1991] pseudo-nonfiction? * "How Jell-O Killed the Dinosaurs" [1992] * "The correlation between tornadoes and trailer homes" [1995] * "Turn and Face the Strange" [1997] * "The Golden Dividend" [1997] William F. Wu: no known home page; isfdb lists: Books: * The Robin Hood Ambush [Harper Paperbacks, 1990] ISBN 0-06-106003-8, $3.50, paperback * An Enemy Reborn (co-author Michael A. Stackpole) [Harper Prism, 1998] ISBN 0-06-105681-2, $5.99, paperback * Isaac Asimov's Robot City, Book 3: Cyborg [Ace, 1987] ISBN 0-441-37383-6, $2.95, paperback [Orbit, 1989] 0-7088-8302-8, £2.99, paperback * Isaac Asimov's Robot City, Book 6: Perihelion [Ace, 1988] ISBN 0-441-37388-7, $3.50, paperback * Hong on the Range [Walker, 1989] ISBN 0-8027-6862-8, $17.95, hardcover * In Lunacy [1993] Short Fiction: * "Silver Paw" [Andromeda 3, ed. Peter Weston, Futura Publications Limited, 1978] ISBN 0-7088-8032-0, hardcover [isfdb lists incorrectly as "Wiliam F. Wu"] * "On the Shadow of a Phosphor Sheen" [Isaac Asimov's, July 1979] $1.25 * "On The Shadow of a Phosphor Screen" [Men of War, ed. J. E. Pournelle, Tor, 1984] ISBN 0-812-54953-8, $2.95 ($3.50 Can), paperback * "Alien Lover" [Isaac Asimov's, June 1980; Aliens & Outworlders, ed. Isaac Asimov, Dial, 1983] * "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium" [Amazing, May 1983] $1.50 * "Wild Garlic" [Faery, ed. Terri Windling, 1985; Eldritch Tales, no.15, ed. Crispin Burnham, 1988; Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 9: Fall 1990] $20.00, hardcover * "The Ungood Earth" [Analog, June 1985] $2.00 * "Interim Justice" [Day of the Tyrant, eds. Jerry Pournelle and John F. Carr, Tor, 1985] ISBN 0-812-50066-0, $3.95, paperback ISBN 0-812-50067-9, $4.95 Can, paperback * "Hong's Bluff" [1985] * "Flash to Darkness" [Analog, Sep 1985] $2.00 * "Masterplay" [Warrior, ed. Jerry Pournelle, Tor, 1986] ISBN 0-812-54959-7, $2.95, paperback [Tor, 1986] ISBN 0-812-54959-7, $2.95, paperback * "Kenny" [Isaac Asimov's, Feb 1986] $2.00 * "Indigo Shade, Alizarin Light" [Amazing Stories, January 1986] $1.75 * "Fly Me to the Moon" [Analog, Mid-December 1986] $2.00 * "Dead White Women" [Eldritch Tales, no.12, 1986] $6.00 * "Be Ashamed To Die" [Analog, July 1986] $2.00 * "No Damn Atoms" [Analog, Oct 1987] $2.00 * "A Hog On Ice" [Analog, Dec 1987] $2.00 * "High Power" [Analog, Sep 1987] $2.00 * "Davi Leiko Till Midnight" [Twilight Zone, Oct 1987] $2.50 * "The Shade of Lo Man Gong" [Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine: Issue Two: Winter 1988] $17.95, hardcover [Unicorns II, eds. Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois, Ace Books, 1992] ISBN 0-441-84564-9, $4.99, paperback * "On a Phantom Tide" [Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine: Issue One: Fall 1988] $17.95, hardcover [The Best of Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, St. Martin's Press, 1991] * "Pagan Midnight" [Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 3: Spring 1989, 1989] $17.95, hardcover * "Diogenes's Lantern" [Analog, Jan 1989] $2.00 * "Desert Night Ride" [Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 5: Fall 1989, $17.95, hardcover * "Up on Tong Yun Guy" [Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 7: Spring 1990, $20.00, hardcover * "The Caravan of Death" [Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 6: Winter 1990] $20.00, hardcover * "The Year of the Fiery Horse" [Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 10: Winter 1991] $20.00, hardcover * "Snow Dragon" [Wild Cards VIII: One-Eyed Jacks, ed. George R. R. Martin, Bantam Spectra, 1991] ISBN 0-553-28852-0, $4.95, paperback * "Shaunessy Fong" [Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 11: Spring 1991] $20.00, hardcover * "Sandalwood" [Weird Tales, Winter 1991/1992] $4.95 * "Pay Any Price, Bear Any Burden" [Amazing Stories, Dec 1991] $3.95 * "Distant Tigers" [Analog, July 1991] $3.95 * "Sit-in at the Alamo" [Pulphouse, Sep/Oct 1992] $3.95 * "Missing Person" [Amazing Stories, Apr 1992] $3.95 * "Tinsel Chink" [Pulphouse, The Hardback Magazine: Issue Twelve, The Last Issue, 1993] $20.00, hardcover * "In the Temple of Forgotten Spirits" [Pulphouse, The Hardback Magazine: Issue Twelve, The Last Issue, 1993] $20.00, hardcover * "'Til I Kissed You" [Wild Cards NC I: Card Sharks, ed. George R. R. Martin, Baen Books, 1993] ISBN 0-671-72159-3, $5.99, paperback * "House of Cool Air" [Borderlands 4, eds. Elizabeth E. Monteleone and Thomas F. Monteleone, Borderlands Press, 1994] $65.00, hardcover * "Desert Run" [Galaxy, #5, ed. E. J. Gold, 1994] $2.50 * "For Many Shall Come In My Name ..." [Analog, Oct 1994] $2.95 * "Tull, Prince of the Mongols" [Realms of Fantasy, Oct 1995] $3.50 * "On the Sun and Moon Mountain" [Ancient Enchantresses, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Kathleen M. Massie-Ferch, DAW, 1995] ISBN 0-88677-677-5, $5.50, paperback * "Midnight Pearls Blue" [Galaxy, #7, ed. E. J. Gold, 1995] $2.50 * "The Spirit From the Ninth Heaven" [Phantoms of the Night, eds. Richard Gilliam and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books, 1996] ISBN 0-88677-696-1, $5.99, paperback * "Nairich" [Realms of Fantasy, Oct 1996] $3.50 * "Nanoships" [Absolute Magnitude, Spring 1997] $4.95 * "Kwan Tingui" [Free Space, eds. Brad Linaweaver and Edward E. Kramer, Tor, 1997] ISBN 0-312-85957-0, $23.95, hardcover Nonfiction: * "Science Fiction In China: Producing The Model 'A'" [Amazing Stories, Sep 1984] $1.75 Poetry: {to be done} e-mail William F. Wu @ Genie e-mail William F. Wu @ AOL Stefan Wul, pseudonym for Pierre Pairault (27 Mar 1922-): French Language page for Stefan Wul * The Temple of the Past [Seabury, 1973] * 5 books in French, including: * l'Orphelin de Perdide [ParisŹ: Deno‘l, fˇvrier 1993 (Prˇsence du futur # 536] ISBNŹ2-207-50536-7. CouvertureŹ: Jean-Yves Kervevan. 208Źpp., brochˇ, 11x18Źcm. La couverture donne comme titre alternatifŹ: les Ma”tres du temps. * Odyssˇe sous contr™le [ParisŹ: Deno‘l, octobre 1993 (Prˇsence du futur #542)] ISBNŹ2-207-50561-8. CouvertureŹ: Jean-Yves Kervevan. 208Źp., brochˇ, 11x18Źcm. * la Peur gˇante [ParisŹ: Fleuve noir, 1957 (Anticipation # 96); ParisŹ: Fleuve noir, 1978 (Super-luxe, 44, Lendemains retrouvˇs); ParisŹ: Deno‘l, janvier 1994 (Prˇsence du futur #545)] ISBNŹ2-207-50545-6. CouvertureŹ: Jean-Yves Kervevan. 176Źp., brochˇ, 11x18Źcm. Eve Wulff: isfdb lists: * "Editorial [Worlds of If Science Fiction, Feb 1958] Deborah J. Wunder: Fantasy author: isfdb lists: * "Geniecon" [Aladdin: Master of the Lamp, eds. Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1992] ISBN 0-88677-545-0, $4.99 ($5.99 Can), paperback * "By Their Works Shall Ye Judge..." [Forged Bonds: Erotic Tales of High Fantasy, ed. Cecilia Tan, Circlet Press, 1993] ISBN 0-9633970-3-6, $4.95, trade paperback * "A Prophet for Chanukah" [Christmas Ghosts, eds. Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1993] ISBN 0-88677-586-8, $5.50 ($6.50), paperback * "That Old Black Magic" [Witch Fantastic, eds. Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1995] ISBN 0-88677-640-6, $4.99($5.99 Can), paperback as "Deborah Wunder": isfdb lists: * "Rock Band Conjures Satan as Manager" [Alien Pregnant By Elvis, eds. Esther M. Friesner and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1994] ISBN 0-88677-610-4, $5.99, paperback Paul Wunderlich: science writer and science fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: Nonfiction: * "Building Bridges" [The Best of Omni Science Fiction, No. 6, ed. Don Myrus, Omni, 1983] $4.50 Cover Art: * Omni, Oct 1981 * Omni, Feb 1983 Karl Wurf, pseudonym for George Scithers Janny Wurts: prolific Fantasy novelist/illustrator: Janny Wurts Novels: * Fugitive Prince [HarperPrism, 1997] ISBN 0-061-0529-1, $24.00, hardcover * The Curse of the Mistwraith [HarperCollins UK, 1993] ISBN 0-00-224071-8, £8.99, trade paperback * Shadowfane [Ace, 1988] ISBN 0-441-76082-1, $3.50, paperback * Keeper of the Keys [Ace, 1988] ISBN 0-441-43275-1, $3.50, paperback * The "Wars of Light and Shadow" series: * The Ships of Merior [HarperCollins UK, 1994] ISBN 0-00-224078-5, £9.99, trade paperback * Alliance of the Light [HarperPrism, 1997] ISBN 0-06-105291-4, $24.00, hardcover * The Ships of Merior [HarperPrism, 1995] ISBN 0-06-105216-7, $23.00, hardcover omnibus edition * the "Grand Conspiracy" series: * Warhosts of Vastmark [HarperCollins UK, 1995] ISBN 0-00-224620-1, £8.99, trade paperback * the "Stormed Fortress" series: * Sorcerer's Legacy [Grafton, 1989] ISBN 0-586-20482-2, £3.50, paperback * Stormwarden [Ace, 1984] ISBN 0-441-78757-6, $2.95, paperback * The Master of Whitestorm [HarperCollins UK, 1992] ISBN 0-00-223990-6, £8.99, trade paperback * Books co-authored with Raymond E. Feist: * Daughter of the Empire [Grafton, 1987] 0-246-13226-4, £10.95, hardcover * Servant of the Empire [Grafton, 1990] 0-246-13358-9, £7.99, trade paperback * Mistress of the Empire [Grafton, 1992] ISBN 0-586-21693-6, £8.99, trade paperback Story Collections: * That Way Lies Camelot [publisher?, 1996] hardcover Short Fiction: * "The Antagonist" [The Fleet: Counterattack, eds. David Drake and Bill Fawcett, Ace, 1988] ISBN 0-441-24087-9, $3.95, paperback * "That Way Lies Camelot" [Grails: Quests, Visitations and Other Occurrences, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, Atlanta, Georgia: Unnameable Press, 1992] ISBN 0-934227-09-8, $33.95, hardcover ISBN 0-934227-08-X, hardcover [NAL/Roc, 1994] ISBN 0-451-45303-4, $9.95, trade paperback * "Looking Forward: Excerpt from The Master of White Storm" [Amazing Stories, ed. Kim Mohan, March 1992] $3.95 * "Dreambridge" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Spring 1993] Cover Artwork: * Bug Jack Barron, Norman Spinrad [Nelson Doubleday, 1969] hardcover * Stormwarden , Janny Wurts [Ace, 1984] * Best SF of the Year 13, ed. Terry Carr, Baen, 1984] ISBN 0-671-55901-X, $3.50 * The Heroes, Joel Rosenberg [Science Fiction Book Club, 1989] $6.98, hardcover * Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Spring 1993, $4.50 * The Curse of the Mistwraith, Janny Wurts [Penguin/Roc, 1994] ISBN 0-451-45306-9, $22.00, hardcover * Ships of Merior, Janny Wurts [HarperCollins UK, 1994] ISBN 0-00-224078-5, £9.99, trade paperback * Warhosts of Vastmark, Janny Wurts [HarperCollins UK, 1995] ISBN 0-00-224620-1, £8.99, trade paperback * The Ships of Merior, Janny Wurts [HarperPrism, 1995] ISBN 0-06-105216-7, $23.00, hardcover e-mail Janny Wurts Return to Authors W Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Pg Wyal: isfdb lists: * "The Freak" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1969] * "Newsocrats" [Worlds of Tomorrow, Winter 1970] * "Side Effect" [Protostars, ed. David Gerrold, Ballantine, 1971] ISBN 345-02393-5-095, $0.95, paperback * "Border Town" [Amazing, July 1971] * "Nice and Easy" [Fantastic, May 1974] * "They've Got Some Hungry Women There" [Amazing, March 1975] * "A Jury Not of Peers" [Amazing, Jan 1976; Criminal Justice Through Science Fiction, eds. Joseph D. Olander and Martin H. Greenberg, Franklin Watts, 1977] ISBN 0-531-05392-X, $12.50, hardcover David Wyatt: Fantasy illustrator active in 1990s; 3 Tamora Pierce book covers David Wyatt @isfdb Lee Wyatt, pseudonym for Jerrold D. Friedman Stephen Wyatt: isfdb lists: * Doctor Who: Paradise Towers [W.H. Allen Target, 1988] ISBN 0-426-20330-5, £1.99, paperback [Target,1991] ISBN 0-426-20330-5, £2.50, paperback * Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy [Target, 1989] ISBN 0-426-20341-0, £1.99, paperback [Target, 1991] ISBN 0-426-20341-0, £2.99, paperback John Wycliffe, pseudonym for H. Bedford-Jones J. Earle Wycoff: isfdb lists: * "The Seeing Blindness" [Astounding, ed. F. Orlin Tremaine, Feb 1936] $0.20 E. A. Wyke-Smith: isfdb lists: * The Marvellous Land of Snergs [Old Earth Books, 1927] ISBN 1-882967-04-2, $15.00, trade paperback Thomas Wylde: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Prize" [Night Cry, Fall 1987] short story * "Space Shuttle Crashes!" [Far Frontiers Vol. III, eds. Jerry Pournelle and Jim Baen, New York: Baen Books, 1985] short story * "The Spinning Kingdom" [Isaac Asimov's, Jan 1985] short story * "To the Eastern Gates " [Isaac Asimov's, May 1991] novella Dirk Wylie, pseudonym for J. H. Dockweiler & Cyril Kornbluth & Frederic Pohl * "Asteroid of the Damned" [Planet Stories, ed. Malcolm Reiss, Summer 1942] $0.20 * "Highwayman of the Void" [Planet Stories, ed. W. Scott Peacock, Fall 1944; The Early Pohl, Frederik Pohl, Doubleday, 1976] ISBN 0-385-11014-6, $5.95, hardcover [The Early Pohl, Dennis Dobson, 1980] ISBN 0-234-72198-7, hardcover * "When Time Went Mad" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, ed. Sam Merwin, Jr., Feb 1950; Science Fiction: The Great Years, Volume II, eds. Frederik Pohl and Carol Pohl, Ace, 1976] $1.50, paperback Jonathan Wylie: pseudonym of Julia Smith & Mark J. A. Smith [according to Locus/Contento]; isfdb lists: Books: * The First Named [1987] * The Centre of the Circle [1987] * The First Named [1987] * The Centre of the Circle [1987] * The Mage-Born Child [1988] * The Mage-Born Child [1988] * The Lightless Kingdom [1989] * Dreams Of Stone [1989] * The Age of Chaos [1989] * The Lightless Kingdom [1989] * Dreams Of Stone [1989] * The Age of Chaos [1989] * Across the Flame [Orbit, 1996] ISBN 1-85723-395-6, £16.99, hardcover [Orbit, 1997] ISBN 1-85723-468-5, £6.99, paperback * Magister [Orbit, 1997] ISBN 1-85723-515-0, £6.99, paperback * Ice-Mage [Orbit, Dec 1998] £5.99, paperback Short Fiction [as added by Locus/Contento]: * "The Young Rosie, Convinced by Bees" [The Drabble Project, eds. Rob Meades and David B. Wake, Beccon Publications, 1988] References/Reviews/Interviews: * "Adding the Flesh and Blood" by Stan Nicholls [Interzone, Aug 1993] Interview * "Dream Weaver, Jonathan Wylie" by Carolyn Cushman [Locus, vol.27:1, No.366 July 1991] book review * "The Mage-Born Child, Jonathan Wylie" by Carolyn Cushman [Locus, vol.21:4, No.327, Apr 1988] book review * "Magister, Jonathan Wylie" by Carolyn Cushman [Locus, vol.40:1, No.444, Jan 1998] book review * "Proves Two into One Will Go" by Stan Nicholls ["Adding the Flesh and Blood"] [Interzone, Aug 1993] interview * "Shadow Maze, Jonathan Wylie" by Carolyn Cushman [Locus, vol.29:4, No.381, Oct 1992] book review * "Unbalanced Earth 1: Dreams of Stone, Jonathan Wylie" by Carolyn Cushman [Locus, vol.22:1, No.336, Jan 1989] book review * "Unbalanced Earth 2: The Lightless Kingdom, Jonathan Wylie" by Carolyn Cushman [Locus, vol.23:3, No.344, Sep 1989] book review * "Unbalanced Earth 3: The Age of Chaos, Jonathan Wylie" by Carolyn Cushman [Locus, vol.23:3, No.344, Sep 1989] book review Philip Wylie, full name Philip Gordon Wylie (1902-1971): best known for the two novels co-authored with E. Balmer: * When Worlds Collide [Stokes, 1933; Burt 1935; Dell; Paperback Library; Warner] * After Worlds Collide [Stokes, 1934; Burt 1935; Paperback Library; Warner] * "When Worlds Collide" [Lippincott, 1951] is both novels in one volume Other Books include: * The Answer [Rinehart, 1956; Paperback Library] * Blunder: A Story of the End of the World [pub?, 1946] * Disappearance [Rinehart, 1951] * The End of the Dream [Doubleday, 1972; Daw] * Finnley Wren [pub?, 1934] * Gladiator [Knopf, 1930; Avon; Shakespeare, 1951; Lancer; Hyperion, 1975; Manor] * Los Angeles AD 2017 [Popular, 1971] * The Murderer Invisible [Farrar-Rinehart, 1931; Burt; Popular; Hyperion] * The Savage Gentleman [Argosy, May 1990; Farrar & Rinehart, 1932] * The Savage Gentleman: Part 2, the Return [Argosy, Nov 1990; Farrar & Rinehart, 1932] * The Smuggled Atom Bomb [Avon, 1957; Lancer] * The Spy Who Spoke Porpoise [Doubleday, 1969; Pyramid] * Tomorrow! [Rinehart, 1954; Popular] * Triumph [Doubleday, 1963; Crest] Short Fiction: * "Jungle Journey: The Paradise Crater" [1945] [Masterpieces of Science Fiction, ed. Sam Moskowitz, World, 1966] $6.50, hardcover * "Blunder" (1946) [Strange Ports of Call, ed. August Derleth, Pellegrini Cudahy, 1948] hardcover [Shot in the Dark, ed. Judith Merril, Bantam, 1950] paperback [Strange Ports of Call, ed. August Derleth, Berkley, 1958] paperback * "An Epistle to the Thessalonians" (1950) [Worlds Beyond, ed. Damon Knight, Dec 1950] $0.25 * "Philadelphia Phase" (1951) Nonfiction: * Generation of Vipers [1942] Rodney M. Wylie: Locus/Contento lists: * "The Burning of the Bell" [Haunts #16, 1989] * "Spirit Ball" [Haunts #18, 1990] short story Dolf Wyllarde (?-1950): Locus-Contento lists: * "Ellison's Christmas Dinner" [Tropical Tales, 1909] short story [Mystery for Christmas, ed. Richard Dalby, O'Mara, 1990] F. G. Wyllis: isfdb lists: * "Only the Strong Survive" [There Will Be War Vol. IX: After Armageddon, ed. Jerry Pournelle, Tor, 1990] ISBN 0-812-54967-8, $3.95, paperback John Wyndham, pseudonym for John Benyon Harris (10 July 1903-11 Mar 1969): also wrote as John Benyon and Lucas Parkes): John Wyndham John Wyndham Canada tribute French Language page on John Wyndham "The Day of the Triffids" [Doubleday, 1951; Science Fiction Book Club; Crest] is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle "The Midwich Cuckoos" [Ballentine Books, 1957; Walker; a.k.a Village of the Damned, Ballentine, 1960] is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle * Other books include: * Chocky [Ballentine Books, 1968; Science Fiction Book Club] * The Infinite Moment [Ballentine Books, 1961] 6 stories * Out of the Deeps [Ballentine Books, 1953] * The Outward Urge [Ballentine Books, 1959] with Lucas Parkes * Re-Birth [Ballentine Books Hardcover, 1955] * The Secret People [Lancer, 1964; Fawcett Gold Medal] as John Benyon * Tales of Gooseflesh and Laughter [Ballentine Books, 1956] 11 stories * Trouble With Lichen [Ballentine Books, 1960; Walker] * The John Wyndham Omnibus [Simon & Schuster, 1964] 3 stories * Locus/Contento have good list of recent posthumous Short Fiction publications David Wynn: Books Edited: * Mythos Tales & Others [Mythos Books, 1996] Steve Wynn: see * "Steve Wynn" by Jeff VanderMeer, [The Silver Web #13, 1996] interview Madeline Yale Wynne (1847-1918): Locus-Contento lists: * "The Little Room" [Harper's Monthly, Aug, 1895] short story [Haunted Women, ed. Alfred Bendixen, Ungar, 1985] [Foundations of Fear, ed. David G. Hartwell, Tor, 1992] [Shadows of Fear, ed. David G. Hartwell, Tor, 1994] Stuart Wynne: Locus-Contento lists: * "Star Trek: The Movies" [Fear!, Oct 1991] nonfiction Tim Wynne-Jones, full name Timothy Wynne-Jones (1948-): isfdb lists: Books: * The Book of Changes [1995] story collection Short Fiction: * "Time Shrink" [Tesseracts 4, eds. Lorna Toolis, Michael Skeet, Tesseract Books, 1992] ISBN 0-8878-322-1, $8.95 (Canadian), paperback * "The Goose Girl" [Black Thorn, White Rose,eds. Ellen Datlow, Terri Windling, AvoNova,1994] ISBN 0-380-77129-2, paperback Locus-Contento adds: * "The Clearing" [Some of the Kinder Planets, Toronto: Groundwood Books, 1993] short story [Dread and Delight, ed. Philippa Pearce, Oxford University Press, 1995] [The Unseen, ed. Janet Lunn, Penguin/Puffin, 1997] * "The Woman with the Lounge-Act Hair" [Descant #51, 1985; [The Oxford Book of Canadian Ghost Stories, ed. Alberto Manguel, Oxford University Press: Toronto, 1990] Jon Wynne-Tyson (1924-): isfdb lists: * "Pigs Are Sensitive" [Twilight Zone, Oct 1982] short story, $2.00 * "Mistral" [Twilight Zone, July/Aug 1983; Horrorstory: Volume 4, ed. Karl Edward Wagner, Underwood-Miller, 1990] ISBN 0-88733-094-0, $39.95, hardcover Locus-Contento adds: * "Monarch of the Glen" [Night Cry, Winter 1985] short story * "Redonda: The Question of Sovereignty" [Aklo, Winter 1990] nonfiction Elizabeth Wyrick: Locus-Contento lists: * "Evenstar" [Forbidden Lines, ed. Anon., SFRG, 1989] short story Joanne E. Wyrick: Fantasy poet; Locus-Contento lists: * "The Archer" [Forbidden Lines, ed. Anon., SFRG, 1989] poem * "Atlantic Crossing 1943" [Forbidden Lines, Dec 1990/Jan 1991] poem * "Atlantic Crossing 1990" [Forbidden Lines, Apr/May 1991] poem * "Countess Anastasia to Her Lover" [Forbidden Lines, Oct/Nov 1990] poem * "Desichado" [Forbidden Lines, Nov/Dec 1991] co-author Angeli Primlani, short story * "Editor's Note" [Forbidden Lines, Summer 1991] editorial * "Elspeth, at the Betrothal" [Forbidden Lines, ed. Anon., SFRG, 1989] poem * "Madoc by the Sea" [Forbidden Lines, Oct/Nov 1990] poem * "Requiem for a Vampire" [Forbidden Lines, ed. Anon., SFRG, 1989] poem * "Sheldon Place 1921" [Forbidden Lines, Dec 1990/Jan 1991] poem * "Through a Glass, Darkly" [Forbidden Lines, Oct/Nov 1990] short story * "Winter's King" [Forbidden Lines, ed. Anon., SFRG, 1989] poem Jacques Wyrs: Science Fiction illustrator active in 1960s Jacques Wyrs @isfdb John Wysocki: Locus-Contento lists: * "Shades of the Golden Horde" [Weirdbook Encores #11, 1990] short story * "Where the Dead Men Left Their Bones" [Weirdbook Encores #13, 1993] short story A. W. Wyville: Locus-Contento lists: * "The Black Madonna" [Weird Tales, May 1928; 100 Wild Little Weird Tales, eds. Robert Weinberg, Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1994] Return to Authors W Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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