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J. T., pseudonym of Eric Temple Bell (abbreviation of "John Taine") Lou Tabakov: ISFDB lists: Short Fiction: * "The Astounding Adventures of Isaac Intrepid" [Analog, Aug 1979] (co-author Mike Resnick) Lou Tabakow: ISFDB lists: Short Fiction: * "Pest" [Astounding, Dec 1952] * "Faithfully Yours" [Astounding, Dec 1955] * "The Harley Helix" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, July 1959] Paul Tabor [Ph.D.] (5 Aug 1908-9 Nov 1974) Hungary-born (Budapest) British author/editor/journalist who was Director in London of the World Literary Service (1937-1941), then a television consultant for BBC-TV, then founder of the International Writers Guild. He followed in the footsteps of his father Cornelius Tabor in studying weird/occult materials. His fantasy and science fiction novels, under the pseudonym "Paul Tabori" include: * The Cleft [Pyramid, 1969] * The Demons of Sandora [Award, 1970] * The Doomsday Brain [Tandem, 1968] cyber-economics * The Green Rain [Pyramid, 1961] the dark side of terraforming * The Invisible Eye [Pyramid, 1967] * Solo [Low, 1949] * The Survivors [Consul, 1964] Chemically induced "make peace, not war" treatment backfires by leaving the U.K. open to attack * The Talking Tree [London: Sampson Low, 1950] Welsh psi fantasy * The Torture Machine [Pyramid, 1969] Paul Tabori, pseudonym of Paul Tabor Max Tadlock: Short Fiction: * "Cause of Death" [Galaxy, Nov 1955] John F. D. Taff: Short Fiction: * "The Two of Guns" [Eldritch Tales, Winter 1991] * "Track Eight" [Shock Rock II, ed.Jeff Gelb, Pocket, 1994] * "Three Silent Things" [Aberrations, no.25, 1994] * "Omnimpotent" [Aberrations, No.25, 1994] * "A New Lease on Life" [Midnight Zoo, vol.4, no.1, 1994] * "Fluid Motion" [Aberrations, Jan 1994] * "Shiny Red Nails" [Aberrations, Aug 1995] * "The Dark Level" [Deathrealm, Autumn 1995] * "Orifice" [Fear the Fever, ed. Jeff Gelb and Michael Garrett, Pocket Books, 1996] 0-671-53765-2 * "Just A Phone Call Away" Nonfiction: * "Obituaries" [Aberrations, Sep 1996] * "Obituaries" [Aberrations, May 1996] * "Obituaries" [Aberrations, July 1996] Terry Tafoya: Short Fiction: * "A Legend of the Hellers" [Sword of Chaos, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1982] * "Tupilak" [Sword and Sorceress III, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1986] John Taine, best-known pseudonym of Eric Temple Bell: * The Cosmic Geoids [Fantasy Publishing Co. Inc., 1949] novel + story * The Crystal Horde [Fantasy, 1952] a.k.a. White Lilly [Dover, 1966] * The Forbidden Garden [Fantasy, 1947] * G.O.G. 666 [Fantasy, 1954] * The Gold Tooth [Dutton, 1927; Burr, 1929] * The Greatest Adventure [Dutton, 1929; Ace; Dover] * Green Fire [Dutton, 1928; Fantasy Publishing Co. Inc., 1952] * The Iron Star [Dutton, 1930; Fantasy Publishing Co. Inc., 1952; Hyperion] * Seeds of Life [Fantasy, 1951; Galaxy Novel #13; Dover] * The Time Stream [Buffalo, 1946; Dover; Garland, 1976] * Quayle's Invention [Dutton, 1927] * The Purple Sapphire [Dutton, 1924; Dover] George B. Tait, Civil Engineer/Metallurgist/Astronomer/Author in Scotland who used pseudonym "Alan Barclay." That makes him and Dr. Christine Carmichael the two leading Scottish Metallurgist-Science Fiction authors. 20+ works of short fiction in British Nova magazines, "Jacko" series in New Worlds (1954-1957) Rumiko Takahashi (1957-): Japanese Anime filmmaker George Takei: World-famous as starship navigator "Mr.Sulu" in Star Trek, George Takai has proven himself as an author as well. Novels: * Mirror Friend, Mirror Foe (coauthor Robert Lynn Asprin) [Ace, 1985] ISBN 0-441-53380-9, $2.75 Nonfiction Books: * To the Stars: The Autobiography of George Takei, Star Trek's Mr. Sulu [Pocket, 1994] ISBN 0-671-89008-5, $22.00 Short Nonfiction: * "Introduction to The Face on the Barroom Floor" [Star Trek: The New Voyages, ed. Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath, Bantam Books, 1976] * "Afterword" [Harlan Ellison's The City on the Edge of Forever: The Original Teleplay That Became The Classic Star Trek Episode, ed. Harlan Ellison, White Wolf Publishing, 1996] ISBN 1-56504-964-0, $11.99 Dennis Takesako: * "Destroyer City" [Isaac Asimov's, Dec 1982] Trevor Talbert: SF artist Michael Talbot: Books: * The Delicate Dependency [1982] nominated for 1983 Locus Award Short Nonfiction: * "Quantum Physics and Reality" [Analog, Dec 1976] Stephen Tall: pseudonym of Compton N. Crook (1908-1981): Books -- the "Stardust" series: * The Stardust Voyages [Berkley, 1975] connected series of 6 stories * The Ramsgate Paradox [Berkley, 1976] * The People Beyond the Wall [Berkley, 1980] Short Fiction: * "The Lights on Precipice Peak" [Galaxy, Oct 1955] * "A Star Called Cyrene" [a.k.a "Seventy Light-Years from Sol", Worlds of Tomorrow, Nov 1966; The Stardust Voyages, 1975] * "Talk with the Animals" [Analog, Sep 1970] * "The Mad Scientist and The FBI" [Galaxy, Dec 1970] * "The Angry Mountain" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, June 1970] * "Allison, Carmichael and Tattersall" [Galaxy, Apr 1970] * "This is My Country" [Galaxy, Feb 1971] * "Birds Fly South in Winter" [Galaxy, Nov/Dec 1971; The Stardust Voyages, 1975] * "The Bear with the Knot on His Tail" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, May 1971; The 1972 Annual World's Best SF, eds. Donald A. Wollheim and Arthur W. Saha, DAW Books, 1972; World's Best SF: Series One, eds. Donald A. Wollheim and Arthur W. Saha, DAW, 1972; The Stardust Voyages, 1975] * "The Gods on Olympus" [Worlds of If, Sep/Oct 1972; The Stardust Voyages, 1975] * "Space Bounce" [Worlds of If, Sep/Oct 1973] * "The Invaders" [Worlds of If, Jul/Aug 1973; The Stardust Voyages, 1975] * "Mushroom World" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Nov 1974; The Stardust Voyages, 1975] * "The Rock and the Pool" [Galaxy, Dec 1976] * "Chlorophyll" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, June 1976] * "The Man Who Saved the Sun" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Jan 1977] * "The King is Dead. Long Live the Queen!" [Amazing Stories, Jan 1978] * "Home is the Hunter" [Analog, Aug 1979] * "The Merry Men of Methane" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, May 1980] * "The Hot and Cold Running Waterfall" [Isaac Asimov's, May 1980; Fantasy Annual IV, ed. Terry Carr, Timescape, 1981] ISBN 0-671-41273-6 Short Nonfiction: * "Foreword" [Berkley, 1975] Robert Tallant (20 Apr 1909-?1957?) American True Crime/Fantasy author "Angel in the Wardrobe" (New York: Doubleday, 1949) "Mrs. Candy and Saturday Night" (New York: Doubleday, 1947) "Mrs. Candy Strikes it Rich" (New York: Doubleday, 1954) "Voodoo in New Orleans" (non-fiction, True Crime) Robyn Tallis: pseudonym of Debra Doyle Cecilia Tan (1967-): Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Cecilia Tan e-mail Cecilia Tan (Circlet Press) new Circlet Press is the first small press publisher to specialize in science fiction, fantasy, and horror with explicit erotic content. Their literary quality is high. e-mail Cecilia Tan (Circlet Press) old, invalid? Anthologies Edited: * Telepaths Don't Need Safewords and Other Stories from the Erotic Edge of SF/Fantasy [Circlet Press, 1992] ISBN 0-9633970-0-1, $2.95 * SexMagick: Women Conjuring Erotic Fantasy [Circlet Press, 1993] ISBN 0-9633970-4-4, $5.95 * Forged Bonds: Erotic Tales of High Fantasy [Circlet Press, 1993] ISBN 0-9633970-3-6, $4.95 * Worlds of Women: Sapphic Science Fiction Erotica [Circlet Press, 1994] ISBN 0-9633970-6-0, $5.95 * Wired Hard: Erotica for a Gay Universe [Circlet Press, 1994] ISBN 0-9633970-8-7, $7.95 * Technosex: Cyber Age Erotica [Circlet Press, 1994] ISBN 0-9633970-5-2, $7.95 * Blood Kiss [Circlet Press, 1994] ISBN 1-885865-00-7, $9.95 * The Beast Within [Circlet Press, 1994] ISBN 1-885865-01-5, $7.95 * Selling Venus [Circlet Press, 1995] ISBN 1-885865-05-8, $9.95 * SM Visions: The Best of Circlet Press [Masquerade Books, 1995]ISBN 1-56333-339-2, $10.95 * S/M Pasts [Circlet Press, 1995] ISBN 1-885865-06-6, $12.95 * S/M Futures [Circlet Press, 1995] ISBN 1-885865-02-3, $12.95 * Of Princes and Beauties: Adult Erotic Faerie Tales [Circlet Press, 1995] ISBN 1-885865-03-1, $7.95 * Genderflex [Circlet Press, Inc., 1996] ISBN 1-885865-??-?, $12.95 * Wired Hard 2: More Erotica for a Gay Universe [Circlet Press, 1997] ISBN 1-885865-11-2, $12.95 * Fetish Fantastic: Erotica on the Edge [Circlet Press, 1997] ISBN 1-885865-13-9, $12.95 * Cherished Blood: Vampire Erotica [Circlet Press, 1997] ISBN 1-885865-18-X, $12.95 Short Fiction: * "Telepaths Don't Need Safewords" [Telepaths Don't Need Safewords and Other Stories from the Erotic Edge of SF/Fantasy, 1992] * "Heart's Desire" [Telepaths Don't Need Safewords and Other Stories from the Erotic Edge of SF/Fantasy, 1992] * "Cat Scratch Fever" [Telepaths Don't Need Safewords and Other Stories from the Erotic Edge of SF/Fantasy, 1992] * "Summoning" [SexMagick: Women Conjuring Erotic Fantasy, 1993] * "Rock Steady" [Backstage Passes, ed. Amelia G, Rhinoceros, 1996] ISBN 1-56333-438-0, $6.95 Shaun Tan: SF Artist, winner of 1996 Ditmar Award for Best Original Artwork Eric Tanafon: * "The Noctuary" [Midnight Zoo, vol.2, no.4, 1992] Jayne Tannehill [Sturgeon]: * "Eclipse of the Son" [Chrysalis 2, ed. Roy Torgeson, Zebra, 1978] * "Last Words" [Analog, 25 May 1981] Bert Tanner: SF Artist Charles R. Tanner (19 Feb 1896-9 Jan 1974) American author who started with contest-winning "The Color of Space" (Science Wonder, Mar 1930) and is best known for the "Tumithak" series, which started with: "Tumithak of the Corridors" (Amazing Stories, Jan 1932; reprinted Feb 1967), a novella which Isaac Asimov particularly liked and recommended. The series continued with "Tumithak in Shawm" (Amazing Stories, June 1933) and "Tumithak of the Towers of Fire" (Super Science, Nov 1941). By an amazing coincidence, I had Charles R. Tanner's son as a student in one of the classes I taught, and he gave me a copy of a manuscript of an unpublished 4th story in the Tumithak series. I have, to date, failed to have it published, and an Italian anthology by Editrice Nord which was to have premiered it, after having published the other three stories. This unfortunately fell through. Perhaps someday soon in this very web domain... Short Fiction: * "The Color of Space" [Science Wonder Stories, Mar 1930] * "The Flight of the Mercury" [Science Wonder Stories, July 1930] * "The Vanishing Diamonds" [Amazing Stories, June 1938] * "The Stillwell Degravitator" [Amazing Stories, Feb 1941] * "Out of the Jar" [Stirring Science, Feb 1941] * "The Improbable" [Cosmic Stories, May 1941] * "Cham of the Hills" [Super Science, Aug 1942] * "The Luck of Enoch Higgins" [Fantastic Adventures, Aug 1942] * "The Revolt of the Machine Men" [Super Science, Nov 1942] * "Mutiny in the Void" [Planet Stories, Fall 1943] * "Mr. Garfinkle and the Leprechaun" [Other Worlds, Sep 1950] * "Johnny Goodturn" [Other Worlds, Nov 1950] * the "Tumithak" stories: * "Tumithak of the Corridors" [Amazing Stories, Jan 1932; Before the Golden Age, ed. Isaac Asimov, Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1974; Fawcett, 1974; Amazing Stories, Feb 1967; Fantastic, Oct 1979] * "Tumithak in Shawm" [Amazing Stories, June 1933; Before the Golden Age, ed. Isaac Asimov, Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1974; Fawcett, 1974] * "Tumithak and the Towers of Fire" [Super Science, Nov 1941] * "Angus MacAuliffe and the Gowden Tooch" [The Supernatural Reader, eds. Groff Conklin and Lucy Conklin, Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1953] Poetry: * "Edgar Rice Burroughs' The Princess of Mars" [Fantastic, Aug 1968] Short Nonfiction: * "Book Reviews: Fantasy Books" [Fantastic, Aug 1968] e-mail Charles R. Tanner's son Jim Jamie Tanner: SF Artist Jason A. Tanner: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America * "Deep in the Mojo" [Odyssey (UK), no.0, ed. Liz Holliday, 1997] * "Six" [Odyssey (UK), no.1, 1997] * "Buzzard's Last Day in the Big Q" [Talebones, no.7, 1997] e-mail Jason A. Tanner Chris Tannlund: * "Be a Kathy Girl!" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.5, 1993] David Tansey: Australia: Short Fiction: * "...And They Shall Wander All Their Days" [Aurealis #1, 1990] * "Manoeuvres Off the Great Attractor" [Aurealis #4, 1991] * "La Luna" [Aurealis #6, 1991] * "Farrant Formations" [Aurealis #7, 1992] Terry Tappouni: Poetry: * "Once and Future" [Excalibur, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, Warner Aspect, 1995] ISBN 0-446-67084-7, $14.99 Don Tarbet: * "The Door To Oneness" [Amazing Stories, Mar 1988] * "The Last Reich" [Amazing Stories, Sep 1991] Jean Pierre Targete: SF Artist Booth Tarkington: best-selling American author, once ventured into fantasy/SF: * "Veiled Feminists of Atlantis" (1926) [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Feb 1968; When Women Rule, ed. Sam Moskowitz, Walker, 1972] Judith Tarr (1955-): Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Judith Tarr Novels: * The Isle of Glass [Corgi, 1987; Tor, 1986; Bantam U.K., 1986; Bluejay, 1985; Orb Books] * Hall of the Mountain King [Tor, 1987, 1988; Pan, 1988] * The Lady of Han-Gilen [Pan, 1989; Tor, 1987, 1989] * The Golden Horn [Tor, 1986; Corgi, 1987; Bantam (UK), 1986; Bluejay, 1985; Orb Books, 1993] * The Hounds of God [Corgi, 1988; Bantam UK, 1987; Tor, 1987; Bluejay, 1986; Orb Books, 1993] * A Fall of Princes [Tor, 1988, 1989; Pan, 1989] * Ars Magica [Bantam Spectra, 1989] * Alamut [1990] ISBN 0-553287-86-9 [Bantam Spectra, 1990; Science Fiction Book Club, 1990; Doubleday Foundation, 1989] * The Dagger and the Cross [Doubleday, 1991; Bantam Spectra, 1991; Doubleday Foundation, 1991] * Lord of the Two Lands [Tor, 1983, 1984] * Blood Feuds (coauthors S. M. Stirling, Judith Tarr, Susan Shwartz, Harry Turtledove) [Baen, 1993] * Throne of Isis [Tor, 1995; Tor/Forge, 1994] * King and Goddess [Tor/Forge, 1996] * Queen of Swords [Tor/Forge, 1997] * Avaryan Rising [Tor/Orb, 1997] * The White Mare's Child [May 1998] Omnibus editions: * The Hound and the Falcon Orb Books, 1993] Short Fiction: many, see her web site e-mail Judith Tarr e-mail Judith Tarr old, invalid? Donna Tartt (1964-): * The Secret History [1992] student conjure Dionysus in bacchanal (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.922) Wade Tarzia: short story author and poet Short Fiction: * "Voyager's Tale" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.6, 1993] * "St. Adriane's Thread" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.12, 1993] Poetry: * "Pausing Between Meals" [Midnight Zoo, Jan 1991] * "Last Pass by a Magic Glass" [Midnight Zoo, Mar/Apr 1991] * "He Tallies His Accounts" [Midnight Zoo, Mar/Apr 1991] * "Necromancer Listening" [Midnight Zoo, vol.2, no.2, 1992] * "Assembly-line Chantey" [Midnight Zoo, vol.2, no.2, 1992] Short Nonfiction: * "Childe Roland's Squire" [Midnight Zoo, May/June 1991] Laurie Tashiro: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America no known web page Short Fiction: * "Red Studebaker" [The Sterling Web, ed. Ann Kennedy, Spring 1990] * "Tell Me" [Tomorrow, Aug 1993] * "Music in the Park" [Tomorrow, June 1996] e-mail Laurie Tashiro Frank Tashlin, fantasy novelist: * Bear that Wasn't [New York: Dutton, 1946] George Tashman: Short Fiction: * "A Most Ingenious Paradox" [Amazing Stories, Dec 1944] * "The Caduceus of Hermes" [Amazing Stories, Oct 1946] Stephen R. Tasker: Novelist in England Books: * The Gauss Factor [The Book Guild, 1997] ISBN 1-85776-235-5, 15.00 James Tate: Pulitzer Award winner for Poetry, in a surrealist mode, one of the most inspiring Professors for Your Humble Webmaster, back at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1975-1977 John Tate: SF Artist Peter Tate: Books: * Country Love and Poison Rain [Doubleday, 1973] * Faces in the Flames [Doubleday, 1976] * Gardens One to Five [Doubleday, 1971] * Moon on an Iron Meadow [Doubleday, 1974] * Seagulls Under Glass [Doubleday, 1975] 12 stories, ISBN 0-385-01827-4 * The Thinking Seat [Doubleday, 1969; Curtis] Short Fiction: * "The Post-Mortem People" [Seagulls Under Glass and Other Stories] * "The Gloom Pattern" [New Worlds, June 1966; Seagulls Under Glass and Other Stories] * "Beyond the Weeds" (a.k.a. "The Post-Mortem People") [SF 12, ed. Judith Merril, Delacorte, 1968] * "The Thinking Seat" [Fantastic, May 1967] * "Same Autumn in a Different Park" [England Swings SF, ed. Judith Merril, Doubleday, 1968; The Space-Time Journal, ed. Judith Merril, London: Panther Books Ltd, 1972; Seagulls Under Glass and Other Stories; Fantastic, September 1967] * "Mars Pastorale" [Seagulls Under Glass and Other Stories] * "The Day the Wind Died" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Mar 1969; Seagulls Under Glass and Other Stories] * "Mainchance" [Androids, Time Machines and Blue Giraffes, ed. Roger Elwood, Follett, 1973; Seagulls Under Glass and Other Stories] * "Protest" (a.k.a. "Crumbling Hollywood Mansion, Crumbling Hollywood Man" Galaxy, Feb 1974; Seagulls Under Glass and Other Stories] * "Welcome to the Land of Smiles" [Seagulls Under Glass and Other Stories] * "Skyhammer" [Seagulls Under Glass and Other Stories] * "Seagulls Under Glass" [Seagulls Under Glass and Other Stories] * "Dear Witch Hazel, My Birds Won't Fly" [Seagulls Under Glass and Other Stories] * "Daylength Talking Blues" [Seagulls Under Glass and Other Stories] Takayuki Tatsumi: Short Nonfiction: * "Ballard's Crash Course and the Year 1973" [Interzone, Apr 1996] * "Graffiti's Rainbow: Panic Japanesque" [SF Eye, Fall 1997] James V[incent] Taurasi (8 Dec 1917-?) American draftsman/mechanic/editor/fan who edited zines including "Cosmic Tales (1937), Fantasy-News (1938), Fantasy Fiction Field (1939-1940, co-editor Julius Unger), and then the important "Fantasy Times" (1941-1966) which at some point mutated into "Science-Fiction Times", outflanked by the more professional "Locus" published/edited by Charles Brown. He won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine in 1955 and 1957. Braulio Tavares (1950-): Brazillian author, influenced by Jorge Luis Borges and by Science Fiction. See Brazil Short Fiction: * "Stuntmind" [On Spec, Fall 1994] Short Nonfiction: * "The Void: From Borges's Being to Perec's Nothingness" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, March 1997] Ernest [Keith] Taves: Short Fiction: * "Take the B Train" [Galaxy, Oct 1969] * "Second-Hand Stonehenge" [Worlds of If, July/Aug 1970] * "Moon Heat" [Galaxy, Aug/Sep 1970] * "Takeover" [Galaxy, April 1971] * "Pegasus Two" [Galaxy, Mar 1971] * "Intersect Green" [Galaxy, Jan 1971] * "True School of Modesty" [Galaxy, Sep/Oct 1972] * "Mayflower One" [Galaxy, Nov/Dec 1972] * "Mayflower Two" [Galaxy, Nov 1973] * "Mayflower Three" [Galaxy, Jan/Feb 1973] * "Luna One" [Galaxy, Jul/Aug 1973] * "Jupiter One" [Galaxy, Sep 1976] Short Nonfiction: * "Eclipse Expedition into the Sahara" [Galaxy, Nov 1973] Alvin Taylor: * "Father's Vampire" [Weird Tales, May 1952] coauthor Len J. Moffatt Anthony Taylor: * "Folded Like a Paper Dove" [Infinite Loop: Stories About the Future by the People Creating It, ed. Larry Constantine, Miller Freeman, 1993] ISBN 0-87930-298-4, $19.95 Bruce Taylor: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Short Fiction: * "The Attendant" [New Dimensions 9, ed. Robert Silverberg, Harper & Row, 1979] * "The Breath Amidst the Stones" [New Dimensions 10, ed. Robert Silverberg, Harper & Row, 1980] * "The Master Goes Whacko!" [The Roots of Fantasy: Myth, Folklore & Archetype, ed. Shelley Dutton Berry, World Fantasy Convention 1989] * "Popcorn" [Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine: Issue One: Fall 1988] * "Perfect Disguises" [Twilight Zone Magazine, Dec 1988] * "Oh, Them Dancing Shoes" [On Spec, Fall 1990] * "Dr. Frederick's Last Task" [Midnight Zoo, May/June 1991] * "Child, Looking at Moon, Wondering" [Pulphouse: A Fiction Magazine, Nov 1991] * "The Coat" [On Spec, Fall 1992] * "Alternate Reality 578.5" [Pulphouse, Sep/Oct 1992] * "Naptime" [Aberrations, Aug 1994] * "Fidine Knows" [Tomorrow, Feb 1995] * "Cars" [The Silver Web, Summer 1995] Poetry: * "Horrorscape IV" [Midnight Zoo, vol.2, no.1, 1992] * "Darkscape V" [Midnight Zoo, vol.2, no.2, 1992] C. Taylor: Poetry: * "A Little Nukie Never Hurt Anyone" [Aliens & Lovers, ed. Millea Kenin, Unique Graphics, 1983] $5.00 D. W. Taylor [David W. Taylor]: Short Fiction: * "The Salvation in My Hand" [Pulphouse, no.5: Fall 1989] * "Good Night, Sweet Prince" [Scare Care, ed. Graham Masterton, Tor, 1989] ISBN 0-312-93156-5, $19.95 * "Dew Drop Inn" [Masques III, ed. J. N. Williamson St. Martin's, 1989] ISBN 0-312-02948-9, $17.95 * "Wangdang Sweet Poontang" [Pulphouse, no.7: Spring 1990] Short Nonfiction: * "Turn the Mothers Out: A Manifesto for Genre Writers" Pulphouse, no.11: Spring 1991] Diane Taylor: * "The Skull" [Masques III, ed. J. N. Williamson, St. Martin's, 1989] ISBN 0-312-02948-9, $17.95 Geoff Taylor: SF Artist, not to be confused with: Geoff Taylor, author of interesting political SF novel "Day of the Republic" (London: P. Davies, 1968) about Australia tearing loose from the British Commonwealth, and then being internally crushed by Newspaper-smashing tyrants. I think I saw a television adaptation of this. In any case, it neatly fictionalizes Thomas Jefferson's famous dictum about preferring Newspapers with no Government to Government with no Newspapers. As a journalist who has been thrown in jail (albeit for just 4 hours) by jack-booted thugs protecting a politician whom I was openly criticizing in a Town Meeting, you can guess where my sympathies lie. Graves Taylor: * "The Roommate" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Feb 1951] Jack Taylor: * "The Moralist" [Galaxy, Jun 1956] Jack E. Taylor: * "Kidney Run" [Aberrations, July 1995] Janelle Taylor: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Janelle Taylor January Taylor: Books: * Works of Thy Hands (coauthor Gyla Beth Seal) Royal Fireworks Press, 1996] ISBN 0-88092-299-0, $7.99 Short Fiction: * "The Treasure of Amenhotep XXIII" [Midnight Zoo, Jan 1991] Jared Taylor: * "The Tale of the Two Queens" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Aug 1991] Jeri Taylor: * Star Trek Voyager: Mosaic [1966] John Taylor: * "I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury" [Galaxy, Nov/Dec 1971] John Alfred Taylor: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America * "Far From Home" [Astounding, Dec 1955] (as J. A. Taylor ?) * "When the Cat's Away..." [Twilight Zone Magazine, Sep 1981] * "I Hae Dream'd a Dreary Dream" [Horrorstory: Volume 4, ed. Karl Edward Wagner, Underwood-Miller, 1990] ISBN 0-88733-094-0, $39.95 * "Hell Is Murky" [Twilight Zone Magazine, Nov 1982] * "Like a Black Dandelion" [Twilight Zone Magazine, Sep/Oct 1983] * "The Weight of Zero" [Twilight Zone Magazine, Jan/Feb 1985] * "The Phoenix Riddle" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Oct 1986] * "The Shorn Lamb" [Asimov's Science Fiction, Dec 1993] * "The Brotherhood" [Borderlands 3, ed. Thomas F. Monteleone, Borderlands Press, 1993] $65.00 * "The Man in the Dinosaur Coat" [Asimov's Science Fiction, Jul 1994] * "Full Circle" [Asimov's Science Fiction, Mar 1994] * "Gie Me Somethin' Ta Eat" [Castle Fantastic, ed. John DeChancie and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, 1966] ISBN 0-88677-686-4, $5.99 John W. Taylor: * "Entering the World of Philip K. Dick" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall 1986] Karen E. Taylor: Member, Horror Writers of America Karen E. Taylor@sff.net Novels: * the "Vampire Legacy" series: * Blood Secrets [Zebra Books: year?] * Bitter Blood [Zebra Books: 1994] * Blood Ties [Zebra Books: 1995] Short Fiction: * "VampWare" [100 Vicious Little Vampire Stories, ed. Stefan Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg, Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1995] ISBN 1-56619-558-6, $7.98 * Blood of the Rose" [100 Wicked Little Witch Stories, ed. Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg, Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1995] 1-56619-762-7, $7.98 * "The Presence" [Seductive Spectres, ed. Amarantha Knight, Masquerade/Rhinoceros, 1996] ISBN 1-56333-464-X, $6.95 Keith Taylor, full name Keith John Taylor (1946-): SF author in Australia, winner of 2 Ditmar Awards (for his Celtic Fantasy novels): Novels: * The "Bard" series, centering on Felimid mac Fal, descended from Druid and fairy ancestors, based on 6th-Century Britain but with a magic Harp: * Bard [Headline, 1989] ISBN 0-7472-3300-4, 3.50 [Ace, 1984] ISBN 0-441-04912-5, $2.75 * Bard II [US: 1984; UK: 1985, as "The First Long Ship"] (lady pirate captures magic ship made by Norse dwarves) * Bard III: The Wild Sea (1986) [1990, Headline, 1990] ISBN 0-7472-3393-4, 3.50 [1986, Ace, 1986] ISBN 0-441-04915-X, $2.95 * Bard IV: Raven's Gathering (1987) [1987, Ace, 1987] ISBN 0-441-04924-9, $2.95 [1990, Headline, 1990] ISBN 0-7472-3458-2, 3.50 * When Death Birds Fly [Ace, 1984] ISBN 0-441-88088-6, $2.95 co-author Andrew J. Offutt, in Robert E. Howard's "Cormac macArt" universe * The Tower of Death [Ace, 1984] ISBN 0-441-81925-7, $2.50 co-author Andrew J. Offutt, in Robert E. Howard's "Cormac macArt" universe * The Lances of Nengesdul [1982] acrobat and circus midget become super-powerful when whisked to low-gravity planet * The "Danans" series: * The Sorcerer's Sacred Isle [Ace, 1989] ISBN 0-441-77565-9, $3.50 * The Cauldron of Plenty [US: 1989] * The Search for the Starblade [US: 1989] * At the Edge of the Sea [1995] Short Fiction: * "Hungry Grass" [Swords Against Darkness V, ed. Andrew J. Offutt, Zebra, 1979] * "Buried Silver" (Excerpt from Bard) [The Pendragon Chronicles, ed. Mike Ashley, Peter Bedrick, 1990, 1991; Robinson, 1990; Science Fiction Book Club, 1990] * "Spirit Places" [Faery!, ed. Terri Windling, 1985] based on Australian aborigine myth * "Conqueror of Vectis" [Day of the Tyrant, ed. J. Pournelle and John F. Carr, Tor, 1985] * "The Unlawful Hunter" [Weird Tales, Spring 1988] * "The Ordeal Stone" [Weird Tales, Fall 1988] * "Men from the Plain of Lir [Weird Tales, Fall 1988] * "The Haunting of Mara" [Weird Tales, Fall 1988] * "The Demon Cat" [Weird Tales, Winter 1989/1990] * "Spears of the Sea-Wolves" [Weird Tales, Summer 1991] * "Revenant" [Weird Tales, Winter 1991/1992] * "The Brotherhood of Britain" [The Camelot Chronicles, ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson, 1992; Carroll & Graf, 1994; Random House/Wings, 1995] * "The White Doe" [Fantasy Stories, Mike Ashley, Robinson Children's Books, 1996] * "The Walking Walls of Rome" [Classical Stories: Heroic Tales from Ancient Greece and Rome, ed. Mike Ashley, Past Times, 1996] ISBN 1-85487-462-4 * "The Favour of a Tyrant" [Classical Whodunnits: Murder and Mystery from Ancient Greece and Rome, ed. Mike Ashley, Past Times, 1996; Robinson, 1996] * "The Castles of Testing" [The Chronicles of the Holy Grail, ed. Mike Ashley, Carroll & Graf, 1996; Raven, 1996] * "Tournament of Rogues" [The Chronicles of the Round Table, ed. Mike Ashley, Caroll & Graf, 1997; Robinson, 1997; Past Times, 1997] 1-85487-953-7, 5.99, tp] L. A. Taylor: Novels: * The Blossom of Erda [St. Martin's, 1986] ISBN 0-312-08521-4, $16.95 * Women's Work [1995] * Cat's Paw [Ace, 1995] ISBN 0-441-00181-5, $4.99 Short Fiction: * "Tremors" [Analog, 9 Nov 1981] * "The Da Capo Copies" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, May 1982] * "Cultural Exchange" [Analog, Aug 1986] * "Testing, 1, 2, 3 ..." [Analog, Jan 1989] * "Counterexample" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Winter 1989] * "The Flowers, the Birds, the Leaves, the Bees" [Analog, June 1990] * "Death Link" [Amazing Stories, Sep 1991] * "Waste Not, Want Not" [Analog, Oct 1992] * "Change of Life" [Analog, Apr 1992] * "Scenes from a Past and Future Now" [Amazing Stories, Oct 1993] * "Happily Ever After" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Win/Spr/Sum 1995] Lucy Taylor: "The Queen of Erotic Horror" Novels: * The Safety of Unknown Cities [Eros Plus, 1995, 1996; Darkside Press, 1995] Story Collections: * Close to the Bone [1992] * The Flesh Artist [1995] Short Fiction: * "The Baku" [Women of Darkness, ed. Kathryn Ptacek, Tor, 1988] ISBN 0-312-93096-8, $17.95 * "Atrocities" [Hotter Blood: More Tales of Erotic Horror, eds. Jeff Gelb, Michael Garrett, Pocket, 1991] ISBN 0-671-70149-5, $4.95 * "Extinction" [Pulphouse, no.15, 1993] * "Close to the Bone" [Pulphouse, no.16, 1993] * "Cages" [Aberations, no.8, 1993] * "Child of Mine" [Eldritch Tales, Fall 1993] * "The Safety of Unknown Cities" [1994] * "Hungry Skin" [Little Deaths, ed. Ellen Datlow, Dell,1995; Millennium, 1995] * "Windowsitting" [Desire Burn: Women's Stories From the Dark Side of Passion, eds. Janet Berliner, Uwe Luserke, Martin H. Greenberg, Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc.,1995] ISBN 0-7867-0259-1, $9.95, * "Things of Which We Do Not Speak" [1995] * "Switch" [David Copperfield's Tales of the Impossible, eds. David Copperfield+ Janet Berliner, Martin H. Greenberg, HarperPrism, 1995; The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Ninth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow, Terri Windling, St. Martin's, 1996] * "Heart Pains" [High Fantastic: Colorado's Fantasy, Dark Fantasy, and Science Fiction, ed. Steve Rasnic Tem, Ocean View Books, 1996] ISBN 0-938075-45-4, $34.95 * "Convergence" [Peter S. Beagle's Immortal Unicorn, eds. Peter S. Beagle, Janet Berliner, Martin H. Greenberg, HarperPrism, 1995] 0-06-105224-8, $25.00 * "Choke Hold" [Forbidden Acts, eds. Nancy A. Collins, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, Avon, 1995] ISBN 0-380-77915-3, $5.99 * "Bad Things Happen on Halloween" [100 Wicked Little Witch Stories, eds. Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg, Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1995] * "The Five Percent People" [Fear the Fever, eds. Jeff Gelb, Michael Garrett, Pocket Books, 1996] ISBN 0-671-53765-2, $5.99 Robert Lewis Taylor: * Adrift in a Bone Yard [Doubleday, 1947; Avon] Roger Taylor (1938-): British epic fantasy author of Tolkienian style: * The Chronicles of Hawklan" series: * The Call of the Sword [1988] * The Fall of Fyorlund [1989] * The Waking of Orthlund [1989] * Into Narsindal [1990] * the "Nightfall" novel (split in 2 by publisher): * Farnon [1992] * Valderen [1993] * Dream Finder [1991] based on city-states of Italy * Whistler [1994] political/religious satire * Ibryen [1995] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.934) Valerie Taylor: Valerie Taylor Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Temple University Libraries: Institutional Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Thomas M. Whitehead head of the Paskow-Knuth Science Fiction Collection William F[rederick] Temple (9 Mar 1914-) British novelist, former room-mate of Arthur C. Clarke, former Editor of the Journal of the Interplanetary Society (for one of my publications in this journal, see {hotlink to be done}), has also published a Mystery novel "The Dangerous Edge", popular juvenile series "Martin Magnus" (London: Muller, 1954-1956), and novels including: * The Automated Goliath [Ace, 1962] Humans vs. ETs vs. other ETs * Battle on Venus [Ace, 1963] robot vs. robot on Venus * The Fleshpots of Sansato [London: MacDonald, 1968] teleporting spies * The Four-Sided Triangle [London: J. Long, 1949]. This has been filmed in the U.S. and independently in the U.K., and then was batantly ripped off in "Multiplicity" {hotlinks to be done} * Shoot at the Moon [London: Whiting & Wheaton, 1966] think twice about whom you bring with you on a moon trip * The Three Suns of Amara [Ace, 1962] The following paperback edition was edited and published by my father, Samuel H. Post, for MacFadden-Bartell Corporation, New York: William F. Temple, "Shoot at the Moon", (60-239, 1967) Brad Templeton: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America nothing on the web? William Tenn: pseudonym of Philip Klass: * The Human Angle [Bantam Books hardcover, 1956] 8 stories * A Lamp for Medusa [Belmont, 1968] * Of All Possible Worlds [Bantam Books hardcover, 1955] * Of Men and Monsters [Bantam Books hardcover, 1968; Walker] * The Seven Sexes [Bantam Books, 1968] 8 stories * The Square Root of Man [Bantam Books, 1968] 9 stories * Time in Advance [Bantam Books, 1958] 4 stories * The Wooden Star [Bantam Books, 1968] 11 stories William Tenn (Philip Klass) Emma Tennant, full name Emma Christina Tennant (1937-): Britsih SF/Fantasy author, daughter-in-law of fantasy author Henry Green: * The Colour of Rain [1964] under pseudonym Catherine Aydy * The Time of the Crack [1973] a.k.a "The Crack" [1978] barrier running down middle of the Thames separates heroine from feminist Arcadia * Hotel de Dream [1976] different hotel guest's dreams begin to interpenetrate and infect each other * The Bad Sister [1978] 19th Century doppelganger in Scotland * Two Women of London: Ms. Jekyll and Mrs. Hyde [1989] female twist on Robert Louis Stevenson's tale * Faustine [1992] female version of Faust legend * Travesties [1995] omnibus edition containing: * The Bad Sister [1978] * Two Women of London: Ms. Jekyll and Mrs. Hyde [1989] * Faustine [1992] * Wild Nights [1979] scary childhood magic in Scotland * Alice Fell [1980] Persephone in Wonderland * The Boggart [1980] children's fantasy * The Ghost Child [1984] children's fantasy * The Magic Drum: An Excursion [1989] ghosts * Sisters and Strangers: A Moral Tale [1990] feminist Adam & Eve alive today as immortals in an alternate history (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.937) S. M. Tenneshaw: house name/pseudonym of John W. Jakes (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.937) Sir John Tenniel (1820-1914): English engraver/artist/illustrator best known for classic edition of Lewis Carroll's "Alice" novels. Blind in one eye due to fencing match with his father, academically trained, 50 years working for "Punch" Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809-1892): leading English poet, many of whose works crossed over into fantasy, and even Science Fiction De Rodolfo Teophilo (1853-1922): Fantasy author of Brazil (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.938) Sherry Tepper (1929-): Sherry Tepper Sheri S. Tepper tribute site Robert Terrall: * A Killer is Loose Among Us [New York: Duell Sloane & Pearce, 1949] bacteriological warfare thriller Charles Terrot (1917-?) "The Angel Whom Pawned Her Harp" (London: Collins, 1953), fantasy Gay Partington Terry: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America nothing on the web? Abram Tertz, pseudonym of Andrei Donatevich Siniavskii (1925-?) in Russia: "Fantastic Stories" (New York: Pantheon, 1963) social satire/SF in the vein of the Strugatski brothers "The Makepeace Experiment" (New York: Pantheon, 1965) sort of about Orville or Wilbur Wright with psi powers Byron R. Tetrick: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America nothing on the web? Walter Tevis, under-appreciated American author/screenwrighter, best known in Hollywood for script "The Hustler" {hotlink to be done} but even more cynical and tragic in the novel "The Man Who Fell To Earth", [Fawcett Gold Medal, 1963; Lancer; Avon] rather well filmed with a rock-star as male lead {hotlink to be done} Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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William Makepeace Thackeray (18 July 1811-24 Dec 1863) India-born English novelist, who lived a riches-to-rags-to-riches life, lifting himself up after dad's $$$ ran out by journalism and bestselling high-quality novels, best-known of which are "The Luck of Barry Lyndon" (1844) {film hotlink to be done} and "Vanity Fair" {film hotlink to be done}. He's in this Web guide, however, for the charming fantasy "The Rose and the Ring" (London: Elder Smith, 1854), reprinted 1964 by Puffin with original fairy-tale illustrations, and the chapbook "Bluebeard's Ghost" (1843) C. H. Thames, a pseudonym of Stephen Marlowe, of the "Johnny Mayhem" series in Amazing Stories (1955-1958)? Octave Thanet, pseudonym of Alice French Tiffany [Ellsworth] Thayer (1 Mar 1902-23 Aug 1959) American actor/advertiser /screenwriter/radio writer, Secretary of the Fortean Society, and novelist: "Call Her Savage" (1931) Mystery/mainstream "Dr. Arnoldi" (New York: J. Messner, 1934) Weird/Horror "The Greek" (London: Boni, 1931) fantasy "One Man Show" (New York: J. Messner, 1937) Weird/Mystery "Thirteen Men" (1930) Mystery/mainstream and Anthologist: "33 Sardonics" (New York: Philosophical Library, 1946) Wade Warren Thayer, Hawaii legends fictionalized: "Trade Wind Tales" (Honolulu: Tongg, 1944) Greg Theakston: Greg Theakston @ Dragon*Con publisher of "Tease!" magazine, founded "Bettie Page" magazine Carl Thelen: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Carl Thelen e-mail Carl Thelen old, invalid? Stefan Themerson (1910-1988): Poland-born Enagld-resident screenwriter, photographer, and author; founded and managed Gaberboccus Press (surrealism) Fantasy Fiction: * Professor Mmaa's Lecture [1953] animal satire * The Mystery of the Sardine [1986] Nabokovian world-play Fantasy * Hobson's Island [1988] Nabokovian world-play Fantasy Other Fiction and Nonfiction: * Bayamus [1949] * Wooff Wooff, or Who Killed Richard Wagner [1951] * Cardinal Polatuo [1961] * Tom Harris [1967] * Special Branch (A Dialogue) [1972] chapbook * Factor T, Followed by Beliefs, Tethered and Untethered, and the Pheromones of Fear [1972] chapbook story collection * General Piesc, or the Case of the Forgotten Mission [1976] chapbook (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.939) Robert Theobold & J. M. Scott: * Teg's 1994 [Swallow, 1972; Warner] Philip Roger Therou: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Philip Roger Therou Marcel Thiry (1912-): Belgian fantasist/symbolist/surrealist, also wrote magical realism under pseudonym Johan Daisne D. M. Thomas, full name Donald Michael Thomas (1935-): Cornwall-born British poet and novelist, also translator of Russian poetry. Novels: * The Devil and the Floral Dance [1978] young adult fantasy * The Flute-Player [1979] pseudo-Russia * Birthstone [1980, revised 1982] Freudian gender-fantasy set in Cornwall * The White Hotel [1981] his break-through bestseller, with Freud as character and pseudo-document monograph as hypertext * The "Russian Nights" novels: * Ararat [1983] * Swallow [1984] * Sphinx [1986] * Summit [1987] * Lying Togther [1990] * Flying in to Love [1992] * Pictures at an Exhibition [1993] * Eating Pavlova [1994] See Science Fiction Poetry Dan Thomas, pseudonym of Leonard M. Sanders, Jr.: * The Seed [Bantam Books, 1968] Dylan Thomas, full name Dylan Marlais Thomas (1914-1953): major poet of Wales, and short story author, playwright, radio dramatist/broadcaster, essayist important to fantasy poetry and proise for the exuberent wealth of imagery and surrealist/magical realist tone, which is why Robert Allen Zimmerman adopted the name Bob Dylan... * 18 Poems [1934] * Twenty-Five Poems [1936] * The Map of Love [1939] prose plus poetry * Portrait of the Artists as a Young Dog [1940] short stories * The World I Breathe [1940] * Deaths and Entrances [1946] * Collected Poems, 1934-1952 [1952] * Under Milk Wood [1954] radio drama * Adventures in the Skin Trade [1955] novel (incomplete) * A Prospect of the Sea [1955] essays and stories News flash! 27 October 1996: MONSTER MAKEUP ARTIST HARRY THOMAS DIES Harry Thomas, Dean of Science Fiction and Horror makeup passed away, age 87, on Monday 21 October 1996. His films included "From Hell It Came", "Killers from Space", "Little Shop of Horrors" (the original production), "Missile to the Moon", "Night of the Blood Beast", and others. He appeared as an actor in the Laurel & Hardy film "Pardon Me" (1931), then moved into makeup, where he worked with the legendary director Ed Wood, leading to his appearance as himself in documentaries about Wood. He made up stars including Ronald Reagam, Greta Garbo, and stripper Tempest Storm. Phyllis Coates, one of the original Lois Lanes in "The Adventures of Superman" (TV, 1950s) told the Los Angeles Times in 1994: "My makeup man was Harry Thomas, who made up every monster in Hollywood." {movie & TV hotlinks to be done} Jack Thomas, "Witches Stay Away from My Door" (Wolfe, 1967) Welsh fantasy Martin Thomas, pseudonym of Thomas H. Martin, also used pseudonym Peter Saxon: * Beyond the Spectrum [1967] Michael Thomas: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America e-mail Michael Thomas Roger M. Thomas: isfdb lists: * "The Bradley Vampire" [Weird Tales, May 1951] ed. Dorothy McIlwraith, $0.25 [Weird Tales of the Supernatural, ed. Kurt Singer, London: W. H. Allen, 1966] hardcover Roy Thomas, full name Roy William Thomas (1940-): major comix writer/editor: * Alter Ego [1961] pioneering comix fanzine co-edited with Jerry Bails * Son of Vulcan [1966] script * Blue Beetle [1966] script * Superman [assistant editor] * Marvel Comics [assistant editor]: * Doctor Strange * Spiderman * Sgt. Fury * Sub-Mariner * The X-Men * The New X-Men * The Avengers * The Avengers West Coast * many Conan adaptations * Star Wars * Wolverine * Morbius (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.939) Scott Thomas: isfdb lists: * "Photos of a Leg" [Deathrealm, Fall 1993] ed. Mark Rainey, $4.95 * "Catherine's Library" [Terminal Fright Magazine, Nov/Dec 1993] ed. Kenneth E. Abner, Jr., $5.00 * "Lightning Bugs" [The Urbanite #6, ed. Mark McLaughlin, 1995] $5.00 Selden G. Thomas: isfdb lists: * "Probability Zero: The Floater" [Astounding, July 1942] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.25 Shirley Thomas, American radio/TV actress/writer/producer best known for Space Activism, including founding/chairing the City of Los Angeles Space Advisory Committee, founding/chairing the Women's Space Symposia, and the very fine "Men of Space" book series (Philadelphia: Chilton 1963-1967) in 7 volumes, plus 2 volumes of "Space Tracking Facilities" (Holt Rinehart Winston 1963) and several popular books on computers. Sue Thomas: Novelist: isfdb lists: * Correspondence [The Women's Press, 1992] ISBN 0-7043-4297-9, 5.99, trade paperback [Overlook Press, 1993] ISBN 0-87951-480-9, $19.95, hardcover [Overlook Press, 1994] ISBN 0-87951-529-5, $10.95, trade paperback see: FEMINIST Theodore Thomas: isfdb lists: * "The Spy" [1962; 100 Astounding Little Alien Stories, eds. Robert Weinberg, Stefan Dziemianowicz, Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble Books, 1996] ISBN 0-76070-142-3, hardcover Theodore L. Thomas (13 Apr 1920-?) American lawyer/author best known for his series of stories under pseudonym Leonard Lockhard about Patent Attorneys, which all have the word "Profession" in the titles. He also co-authored a novel with Kate Wilhelm: "The Clone" [Berkley, 1965], about the tissue sample that ate Chicago; and "The Year of the Cloud" [Doubleday, 1970; Science Fiction Book Club; Playboy]. He acted as Science Editor pf "The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction" under three successive editors, and was succeeded in that role by Isaac Asimov. Short Fiction: * "The Fatal Third" [Planet Stories, Nov 1953] ed. Jack O'Sullivan, $0.25 * "The Far Look" [Astounding, Aug 1956] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.35 [SF:'57: The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy, ed. Judith Merril, Gnome, 1957] $3.95, hardcover [Spectrum 5, eds. Kingsley Amis and Robert Conquest, Gollancz, 1966] 21/-, hardcover [Looking Ahead, eds. Dick Allen and Lori Allen, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1975] ISBN 0-15-551184-X, $5.50, trade paperback * "Ceramic Incident" [Astounding, Oct 1956] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.35 [Analog Anthology #1, Stanley Schmidt, Davis Publications, 1981] $2.95, trade paperback * "Satellite Passage" [1958; SF:'59: The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy, ed. Judith Merril, Gnome, 1959] hardcover [SF: The Best of the Best, ed. Judith Merril, Delacorte, 1967] hardcover [SF: The Best of the Best, Part 1, ed. Judith Merril, Mayflower, 1970] ISBN 0-583-11725-2, 5/-, paperback * "The Law School" [Astounding, June 1958] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.35 * "December 28th" [1959; The Playboy Book of Science Fiction and Fantasy, ed. Anonymous, Chicago, Illinois: Playboy Press, 1966] $0.95, hardcover [Criminal Justice Through SF, eds. Joseph D. Olander and Martin H. Greenberg, Franklin Watts, 1977] ISBN 0-531-05392-X, $12.50, hardcover * "Day of Succession" [Astounding, Aug 1959] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.35 [A Century of Science Fiction, ed. Damon Knight, Simon & Schuster, 1962] hardcover [There Will Be War Volume VIII: Armageddon!, eds. Jerry Pournelle and John F. Carr, Tor, 1989] ISBN 0-812-54965-1, $3.95, paperback * "The Clone" [A Shocking Thing, ed. Damon Knight, Pocket, 1974] ISBN 0-671-77775-0, paperback * "Broken Tool" [Astounding, July 1959] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.35 * "The Sound of Screaming" [Amazing, Oct 1960] ed. Cele Goldsmith, $0.35 * "The Intruder" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1961] ed. Robert P. Mills, $0.40 [A Pocketful of Stars, ed. Damon Knight, Doubleday, 1971] hardcover * "The Crackpot" [Analog, Nov 1960] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.50 * "Passage to Malish" [Fantastic, Aug 1961] ed. Cele Goldsmith, $0.35 * "The Lagging Profession" [The 6th Annual of the Year's Best S-F, ed. Judith Merril, Simon & Schuster, 1961] hardcover * "The Weather Man" [Analog, June 1962] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.50 [Time Probe: The Sciences in SF, ed. Arthur C. Clarke, Delacorte, 1966] hardcover [The Great SF Stories 24 (1962), ed. Isaac Asimov, publisher=?, 1992] [The Ascent of Wonder: The Evolution of Hard SF, eds. David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, Tor, 1994] 0-312-85062-X, hardcover Outstanding hard science fiction story about the technology of controlling weather on Earth by mobile craft on the surface of the sun, and a fitting memorial being created for the founder of that technology, who is dying * "Test" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1962] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 * "The Lonely Man" [Galaxy, Apr 1963] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.50 [The Eighth Galaxy Reader, ed. Frederik Pohl, Doubleday, $3.95, hardcover * "The Soft Woman" [Fantastic, Feb 1964] ed. Cele Goldsmith, $0.50 * "The Red Cells" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1964] ed. Avram Davidson, 1964, $0.40 * "Carbonaceous Chondrites" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1964] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 * "Manfire" [Worlds of Tomorrow, Jan 1965] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.50 * "The Doctor" [1967; Dawn of Time, eds. Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Robert Silverberg, Elsevier/Nelson, 1979] ISBN 0-525-66624-9, $8.95 * "The Being in the Tank" [Galaxy, Aug 1967] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.60 * "The Doctor" [Orbit 2, ed. Damon Knight, Berkley Medallion, 1967] paperback [Alpha 1, ed. Robert Silverberg, 1970] $0.95, paperback [Best from Orbit, ed. Damon Knight, Berkley, 1975] hardcover * "Welcome Centaurians" [Galaxy, Jan 1969] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.60 * "The Other Culture" [Analog, Jan 1969] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.60 * "The Weather on the Sun" [Orbit 8, ed. Damon Knight, G. P. Putnam's, 1970] hardcover * "The Tour" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1971] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.60 * "The Swan Song of Dame Horse" [Analog, June 1971] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.60 * "Motion Day at the Courthouse" [Analog, Oct 1971] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.60 * "Early Bird" [Spacefighters, eds. Joe Haldeman, Martin H. Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh, Ace, 1988] ISBN 0-441-77786-4, $3.50, paperback * "The Rescuers" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1974] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 * "Players at Null-G" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1975] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.00 * "The Family Man" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1978] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.25 * "The Splice" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1981] ed., Edward L. Ferman, $1.50 Short Nonfiction: * "The Watery Wonders of Captain Nemo" [Galaxy, Dec 1961] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.50 * "Van Allen Belts" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1964] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 * "Stomata" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct 1965] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 * "Pure Water from Salt" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1964] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 * "Plant Galls" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1964] ed. Joseph W. Ferman, $0.40 * "Medical Radiotracers" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1964] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 * "The Fuzzy Moon" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1964] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 * "The Building of a Protein" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1964] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 * "Balloon Astronomy" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1964] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 * "The Twenty Lost Years of Solid-State Physics" [Analog, Mar 1965] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.50 * "The Placebo Effect" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1965] ed. Joseph W. Ferman, $0.50 (isfdb misspells editor's name as "Jospeph") * "Phoenix" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1965] ed. Joseph W. Ferman, $0.50 (isfdb misspells editor's name as "Jospeph") * "Lunar Landing" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1965] ed. Joseph W. Ferman, $0.50 (isfdb misspells editor's name as "Jospeph") * "Low-Level Weather" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1965] ed. Joseph W. Ferman, $0.50 (isfdb misspells editor's name as "Jospeph") * "Insect Attractant" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1965] ed. Jospeph W. Ferman, $0.50 * "The Ice Ages" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1965] ed. Jospeph W. Ferman, $0.50 * "Crystal Surfaces" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1965] ed. Jospeph W. Ferman, $0.50 * "Computer Diagnosis" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1965] ed. Jospeph W. Ferman, $0.50 * "The Biolaser" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1965] ed. Jospeph W. Ferman, $0.50 * "The Martian Atmosphere" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1966] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "Smog" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1966] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "Migratory Locusts" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1966] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "Meteroid Collision" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1966] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "Man in the Sea" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1966] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "Injected Memory" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1966] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "Earth Tremor Detection" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1966] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * isfdb says "Desycnchronosis" but that's probably a typo for "Desynchronosis" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Feb 1966] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "Beamed Power" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1966] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "The Red Shift" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1967] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "Mosquito" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1967] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "Interplanetary Dust" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1967] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "The Intelligent Computer" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1967] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "Noise" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1967] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "Aperture in the Sky" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1968] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "The Chemistry of a Coral Reef" [Analog, May 1969] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.60 Thomas T. Thomas, full name Thomas Thurston Thomas (1948-): Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Books: * The Doomsday Effect [as "Thomas Wren", Baen, 1986] ISBN 0-671-65579-5, $2.95, paperback * First Citizen [Baen, 1987] ISBN 0-671-65368-7, $3.50, paperback * Crises of Empire, Book I: An Honorable Defense [co-author David Drake, Baen, 1988] ISBN 0-671-69789-7, $3.95, paperback * The Mask of Loki [co-author Roger Zelazny, Baen, 1990] ISBN 0-671-72021-X, $4.95, paperback * Me: A Novel of Self-Discovery [Baen, 1991] ISBN 0-671-72073-2, $4.95, paperback * Flare [co-author Roger Zelazny, Baen, 1992] ISBN 0-671-72133-X, $4.99, paperback * Crygender [Baen, 1992] ISBN 0-671-72101-1, $4.99, paperback * Mars Plus [co-author Frederik Pohl, Baen, 1994] ISBN 0-671-87605-8, $20.00, hardcover ISBN 0-671-87665-1, $5.99, paperback Short Fiction -- isfdb lists: * "Message Found in a Dram Block" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1989] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $2.00 * "Looking Forward: Excerpt from Flare" [Amazing, Aug 1992] ed. Kim Mohan, $3.95 * "Hey Diddle Diddle" [Man-Kzin Wars V, ed. Larry Niven, Baen, 1992] ISBN 0-671-72137-2, $5.99, paperback Sue Thomason: isfdb lists: * "Finn" [Interzone, Winter 1985] eds. Simon Ounsley and David Pringle, 1.50 * "Memory Metal" [Substance, Autumn 1995] ed. Paul Beardsley, 2.50 Tedd Thomey: isfdb lists: * "Window to Nowhere" [Space Science Fiction, Spring 1957] ed. Lyle Kenyon Engel, $0.35 Arnold Thompson: Science Fiction anthologist: isfdb lists: * Science Fictions [ed. Arnold Thompson, London: University Tutorial Press, 1971] ISBN 0-7231-0529-4, hardcover C. Hall Thompson: isfdb lists: * "Spawn of the Green Abyss" [1946; Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos, ed. Robert M. Price, Fedogan & Bremer, 1992] ISBN 1-878252-02-X, $27.00, hardcover * "The Will of Claude Ashur" [1947; Weird Tales, ed. Stefan Dziemianowicz, 1988] * "The Pale Criminal" [Weird Tales, Sep 1947] ed. Dorothy McIlwraith, $0.20 D. B. Thompson: isfdb lists: * "Eccentric Orbit" [Astounding, Mar 1941] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.20 Dan Thompson: isfdb lists: * "Reductio Ad Absurdum" [Keen Science Fiction!, July 1996] ed. Teresa Keene, $4.00 Dianne M. Thompson: probably the same person as "Dianne Thompson"; isfdb lists: * "Legacy" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1983] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 Dianne Thompson: probably the same person as "Dianne M. Thompson"; isfdb lists: * "Triangle" [Isaac Asimov's, Aug 1982] ed. Kathleen Moloney, $1.50 Don Thompson: comix expert and critic; isfdb lists: Nonfiction Books (isfdb incorrectly calls this an Anthology): * All in Color for a Dime [co-author Richard A. Lupoff, New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House, 1970] ISBN 0-87000-062-4, $11.95, hardcover * The Comic-Book Book [co-author Richard A. Lupoff, New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House, 1973] ISBN 0-87000-193-0, $8.95, hardcover Short Nonfiction: * "OK, Axis, Here We Come!" [All in Color for a Dime] * "The Spawn of the Son of M. C. Gaines" [The Comic-Book Book] * "The Rehabilitation of Eel O'Brien" [The Comic-Book Book] * "Introduction" [The Comic-Book Book] Short Fiction: * "The Telenizer" [Galaxy, Mar 1954] ed. H. L. Gold, $0.35 E. P. Thompson: see Edward Palmer Thompson Edward Palmer Thompson: Science Fiction novelist: isfdb lists: * The Sykaos Papers [Bloomsbury, 1988] ISBN 0-7475-0327-3, 6.99, trade paperback [isfdb lists as by "E. P. Thompson", Pantheon Books, 1988] ISBN 0-394-56828-1, $19.95, hardcover Elizabeth Thompson: isfdb lists: * "On First Looking into Bradley's Guidelines" [Sword and Sorceress II, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Daw, 198] ISBN 0-88677-041-6, $2.95, paperback Harlan Thompson: * Silent Running [Scholastic Book Service, 1972] movie novelization {film hotlink to be done} Harold Thompson: isfdb lists: * "The Grandmother's Stone" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Summer 1995] ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, $4.50 Helen Thompson: Helen Thompson J. C. Thompson: isfdb lists: * "The Right Man for the Right Job" [A Shocking Thing, ed. Damon Knight, Pocket, 1974] ISBN 0-671-77775-0, paperback James E. Thompson: isfdb lists: * "The Amphibious Cavalry Gap" [Analog, Feb 1974] ed. Ben Bova, $0.60 [100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978] hardcover * "Synchronicity" [100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978] hardcover * "The Birdchaser" [Other Worlds 1, ed. Roy Torgeson, Zebra, 1979] ISBN 0-89083-558-6, $2.25, paperback Jessie Thompson: isfdb lists: * "Snowfall" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1988] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Second Annual Collection, ed. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1989] ISBN 0-312-03006-1, hardcover ISBN 0-312-03007-X, $13.95, trade paperback * "Angelman" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1992] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.50 John Thompson: Science Fiction/Fantasy illustrator active in 1970s; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Cosmic Trigger, Robert Anton Wilson, And/Or Press, 1977] ISBN 0-915904-29-2, $4.95, paperback * Cover Artwork [The Short-Timers, Gustav Hasford, Bantam, 1979] ISBN 0-533-23945-7 Joyce Thompson: Books: * The Blue Chair [Avon, 1977] isfdb does NOT list "The Blue Chair" * Conscience Place [Doubleday, 1984] ISBN 0-385-18864-1, $13.95, hardcover [King Penguin, 1986] ISBN 0-14-007356-6, 2.95, trade paperback [Dell, 1986] ISBN 0-440-11414-4, $3.50, paperback * Bigfoot and the Hendersons [Puffin, 1987] ISBN 0-14-032463-1, 1.95, paperback Novelization of marginal Science Fiction movies {film hotlink to be done} Short Fiction: * "Dancing Holes" [Pulphouse, no.6: Winter 1990] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $20.00, hardcover * "Boat People" [Pulphouse, no. 7: Spring 1990] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $20.00, hardcover [The Best of Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, St. Martin's Press, 1991] * "Synecdoche" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1992] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.50 Julian F. Thompson: Novelist; isfdb lists: * A Question of Survival [Flare, 1984] ISBN 0-380-87775-9, $2.50, paperback * Herb Seasoning [Scholastic, 1991] ISBN 0-590-43024-6, $3.25, paperback * Ghost Story [Holt, 1997] ISBN 0-8050-4870-7, $15.95, hardcover Kathi Thompson: Fantasy author; isfdb lists: * "Traveler's Aide" [Sword and Sorceress XIV, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, Daw, 1997] ISBN 0-88677-741-0, $5.99, paperback Maggie Thompson: comix critic; isfdb lists: * "Blue Suit, Blue Mask, Blue Gloves--and No Socks" [The Comic-Book Book, eds. Don Thompson and Richard A. Lupoff, New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House, 1973] ISBN 0-87000-193-0, $8.95, hardcover Marguerite B. Thompson: nonfiction author about the Star Trek universe: Short Nonfiction: * "Soliloquy" [Star Trek: The New Voyages 2, eds. Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath, Bantam Books, 1978] ISBN 0-553-11392-5, $1.95, paperback * "Postscript: 'Gentlepersons" -- The Vulcan Connection'" [Star Trek: The New Voyages 2, eds. Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath, Bantam Books, 1978] ISBN 0-553-11392-5, $1.95, paperback Meryl Thompson: Science Fiction author of AUSTRALIA * "Mural" [Aurealis, no.12, 1993] eds. Stephen Higgins and Dirk Strasser, $6.95 Patrick Thompson: isfdb lists: * "Stones" [The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 7, ed. Stephen Jones, Raven, 1996] ISBN 1-85487-464-0, 6.99, trade paperback Paul B. Thompson (1951-): * Sundipper [St. Martin's, 1987] ISBN 0-312-90706-0, $3.50, paperback * Thorn and Needle [TSR, 1992] ISBN 1-56076-397-3, $4.50, trade paperback * Various Game-related titles for TSR: * Red Sands [TSR, 1989] co-author Tonya R. Carter, ISBN 0-88038-591-X, $3.95, paperback * DragonLance Preludes: Darkness and Light [TSR, 1989] co-author Tonya R. Carter ISBN 0-88038-722-X, $3.95, trade paperback [Penguin, 1989] ISBN 0-14-012631-7, 3.99, paperback * DragonLance Preludes II #1: Riverwind: The Plainsman [TST, 1990] co-author Tonya R. Carter [Penguin, 1990] ISBN 0-14-014364-5, 3.99, paperback * DragonLance: Firstborn [TSR, 1991] co-author Tonya R. Carter, ISBN 1-56076-051-6, $4.95, trade paperback * DragonLance: The Qualinesti [1991] co-author Tonya R. Carter (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.944; and isfdb) R. W. Thompson: Horror critic; isfdb lists: * "The Ultimate Horror" [Looking Ahead, eds. Dick Allen and Lori Allen, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1975] ISBN 0-15-551184-X, $5.50, trade paperback Ruth Plumly Thompson (1891-1976): see L. Frank Baum 16 Books in L/ Frank Baum's universe: * The Royal Book of Oz [1921; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1985] ISBN 0-345-31584-7, $5.95, paperback * Kabumpo in Oz [1922; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1985] ISBN 0-345-31585-5, $5.95, paperback * The Cowardly Lion of Oz [1923; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1985] ISBN 0-345-31586-3, $5.95, paperback * Grampa in Oz [1924; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1985] ISBN 0-345-31587-1, $5.95, paperback * The Lost King of Oz [1925; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1985] ISBN 0-345-31588-X, $5.95, paperback * The Hungry Tiger of Oz [1926; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1985] ISBN 0-345-31589-8, $5.95, paperback * The Gnome King of Oz [1927; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1985] ISBN 0-345-32358-0, $5.95, paperback * The Giant Horse of Oz [1928; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1985] ISBN 0-345-32359-9, $5.95, paperback * Jack Pumpkinhead of Oz [1929; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1985] ISBN 0-345-32360-2, $5.95, paperback * The Yellow Knight of Oz [1930; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1986] ISBN 0-345-32867-1, $5.95, paperback * Pirates in Oz [1931; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1986] ISBN 0-345-33099-4, $5.95, paperback * The Purple Prince of Oz [1932; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1986] ISBN 0-345-32869-8, $5.95, paperback * Ojo in Oz [1933; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1986] ISBN 0-345-33704-2, $6.95, paperback * Speedy in Oz [1934; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1986] ISBN 0-345-33705-0, $6.95, paperback * The Wishing Horse of Oz [1935; Ballantine/Del Rey, 1986] ISBN 0-345-33706-9, $6.95, paperback * Handy Mandy in Oz [1954; International Wizard of Oz Club, 1990] $10.00, trade paperback Ruth Thompson: Fantasy illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Nova Express, Summer 1989] ed. Michael Sumbera, $3.00 * Cover Artwork [After Hours, Autumn 1992] ed. William G. Raley, $4.00 * Cover Artwork [Works of Thy Hands, Gyla Beth Seal and January Taylor, [Royal Fireworks Press, 1996] ISBN 0-88092-299-0, $7.99, trade paperback * Cover Artwork [Soulworm, Edward Willett, Royal Fireworks Press, 1997] ISBN 0-88092-411-X, $7.99, trade paperback V. M. Thompson: Science Fiction novelist: isfdb lists: * Deadly Nature [Zebra, 1988] ISBN 0-8217-2330-8, $3.95, paperback * Project God [Zebra, 1989] ISBN 0-8217-2623-4, $3.95, paperback Will Thompson: isfdb lists: * "No One Believed Me" [Beyond the Barriers of Space and Time, ed. Judith Merril, Random House, 1954] $2.95, hardcover William Thompson: isfdb lists: * "Solving Problems" [Analog, Mid-Sep 1983] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $1.75 William Irwin Thompson: Fantasy novelist; isfdb lists: * Islands Out of Time: A Memoir of the Last Days of Atlantis [Dial/Doubleday, 1985] ISBN 0-385-19571-0, $16.95, hardcover [Grafton, 1987] ISBN 0-586-07108-3, 2.95, paperback [as "The Islands Out of Time", Bear & Company, 1990] ISBN 0-939680-83-1, $9.95, trade paperback W. R. Thompson: Full name William Roch Thompson (1955-): Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; Winner of 1990 Analog Award; no known home page; Books: * Star Trek, the Next Generation #30: Debtor's Planet [Pocket, 1994] ISBN 0-671-88341-0, $5.50, paperback * Sideshow [Baen, 1988] ISBN 0-671-65375-X, $3.50, paperback * Star Trek, the Next Generation: Infiltrator [Pocket, 1996] ISBN 0-671-56831-0, $5.99, paperback Short Fiction: isfdb lists: * "Perceptions" [Analog, Nov 1983] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $1.75 * "Friendly Environment" [Analog, Nov 1984] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $1.75 * "Field Trial" [Analog, Mar 1985] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "History Lesson" [Analog, Aug 1985] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "The Efficiency Expert" [Analog, Nov 1985] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "Rocking the Boat" [Analog, June 1986] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "Hooked on Clips" [Analog, Aug 1986] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "The Extremists" [Analog, Jan 1987] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "Oracle" [Analog, June 1987] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "Lightning Rod" [Analog, Aug 1987] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "Health Food" [Analog, May 1987] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "Second Contact" [Analog, Apr 1988] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 [The Crash of Empire, eds. Jerry Pournelle and John F. Carr, Baen, 1989] ISBN 0-671-69826-5, $4.95, paperback * "A Visitor to the Village" [Analog, Aug 1988] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "Ghost Dance" [Analog, Feb 1989] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "Ally" [Analog, June 1989] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "Varmint" [Analog, Mid-Dec 1989] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "Maverick" [Analog, Dec 1989] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.00 * "VRM-547" [Analog, Feb 1990] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.50 * "Life Among the Immortals" [Analog, Dec 1990] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.50 see: IMMORTALITY * "Lost in Translation" [Analog, Mid-Dec 1990] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.50 * "Backlash" [Analog, Mar 1990] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.50 * "Wacky Jack 5.1" [Amazing, Oct 1991] ed. Kim Mohan, $3.95 * "Desperado" [Analog, Mar 1992] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.50 * "A Gift Before Leaving" [Analog, Mid-Dec 1992] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.50 * "The Plot to Save Hitler" [Analog, Sep 1993] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.50 * "On Tour with Gyez" [Analog, Oct 1993] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.95 * "Typecasting" [Analog, June 1994] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.95 * "Touchdown, Touchdown, Rah, Rah, Rah!" [Analog, Sep 1995] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.95 * "Out of the Waste Land" [Analog, Mar 1996] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.95 * "Roundup" [Analog, Sep 1998] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.95 Serials: * "Outlaw (Part 1 of 2)" [Analog, Sep 1990] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.50 * "Outlaw (Part 2 of 2)" [Analog, Oct 1990] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.50 e-mail W. R. Thompson e-mail W. R. Thompson old, invalid? Brian M. Thomsen: Author/Editor; isfdb lists: Books: * Forgotten Realms: Once Around the Realms [TSR, 1995] ISBN 0-7869-0119-5, $4.95, games-related trade paperback Anthologies Edited (isfdb lists as "Brian Thomsen") * Tales of Ravenloft [TSR, 1994] ISBN 1-56076-931-9, $4.95 ($5.95 Canada), trade paperback * Forgotten Realms: Realms of the Arcane [TSR, 1997] ISBN 0-786-90647-2, $5.99, paperback * The Reel Stuff[ co-anthologist Martin H. Greenberg, Daw, Sep 1998] ISBN0-88677-817-4, $5.99, paperback Short Fiction (isfdb lists as "Brian Thomsen"): * "Paper Trail" [Alternate Presidents, ed. Mike Resnick, Tor, 1992] hardcover Short Nonfiction (isfdb lists as "Brian Thomsen"): * "TSR" [Science Fiction Writer's Market Place and Sourcebook, ed. David G. Tompkins, Writer's Digest Books, 1994] ISBN 0-89879-692-X, $19.99, hardcover Short Fiction (isfdb lists as "Brian M. Thomsen"): * "Seeking Asylum for the Past" [The Further Adventures of Batman Volume 2: Featuring the Penguin, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, Spectra/Bantam Books, 1992] ISBN 0-553-56012-3, $4.99, paperback * "Reunion" [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 [Grails: Quests of the Dawn, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, NAL/Roc, 1994] ISBN 0-451-45303-4, $9.95, trade paperback * "The Missing 35th President" [Alternate Kennedys, ed. Mike Resnick, Tor, 1992] ISBN 0-812-51955-8, $4.99, paperback * "A Guy Named Al" [Aladdin: Master of the Lamp, eds. Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books, Inc., 1992] ISBN 0-88677-545-0, $4.99 ($5.99 Canada), paperback * "Gloria Remembers" [Alternate Kennedys, ed. Mike Resnick, Tor, 1992] ISBN 0-812-51955-8, $4.99, paperback * "An Unauthorized Biography" [The Further Adventures of Batman Volume 3: Featuring Catwoman, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, Spectra/Bantam Books, 1993] ISBN 0-553-56069-7, $5.50, paperback * "The Killer Wore Spandex" [More Whatdunits, ed. Mike Resnick, Daw, 1993] ISBN 0-88677-557-4, $4.99 ($5.99 Canada), paperback * "The Case of the Skinflint's Specters" [Christmas Ghosts, eds. Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg, Daw, 1993] ISBN 0-88677-586-8, $5.50 ($6.50), paperback * "Nobody Wins in a Deal with the Devil" [Deals with the Devil, eds. Mike Resnick, Martin H. Greenberg, Loren D. Estleman, DAW Books, 1994] ISBN 0-88677-623-6, $4.99 ($5.99 Canada), paperback * "A Night on the Plantation" [By Any Other Fame, eds. Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg, Daw, 1994] ISBN 0-88677-594-9, paperback * "1978 Iguanacon, Too" [Alternate Worldcons, ed. Mike Resnick, [Pulphouse, 1994] ISBN 1-56146-448-1, $10.00, trade paperback [Alternate Worldcons and Again, Alternate Worldcons, ed. Mike Resnick, WC Books (Baltimore & Eugene), 1996] trade paperback * "Time for a Hero" [Superheroes, eds. John Varley and Ricia Mainhardt, [Ace Books, 1995] ISBN0-441-00137-8, $12.00, trade paperback * "Mouse and the Master" [Sherlock Holmes in Orbit, eds. Mike Resnick, Martin H. Greenberg, Daw, 1995] ISBN 0-88677-636-8, $5.50, paperback * "Infallibility, Obedience, and Acts of Contrition" [Alternate Tyrants, ed. Mike Resnick, Tor, 1996] ISBN 0-812-54835-3, $11.99, trade paperback Short Nonfiction: * "Introduction" [Stalking the Wild Resnick, Mike Resnick, NESFA, 1991] ISBN 0-915368-45-5, hardcover * "An Introduction" [Grails: Visitations of the Night, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, NAL/Roc, 1994] ISBN 0-451-45304-2, $9.95, trade paperback Thomson: Science Fiction illustrator: isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Astounding, Sep 1938] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.20 Amy Thomson: Science Fiction novelist; Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; Books: * Virtual Girl [Ace, 1993] ISBN 0-441-86500-3, $4.99, paperback * The Color of Distance [as "The Colour of Distance" in Great Britain] [Ace, 1995] ISBN 0-441-00244-7, $13.00, trade paperback * The Color of Disaster [Ace, 1995] ISBN 0-441-00244-7, $13.00, trade paperback Short Fiction: * "Horn Dancer" [Magic, the Gathering: Distant Planes, ed. Kathy Ice, HarperPrism, 1996] ISBN 0-06-105313-9, $12.00, trade paperback Short Nonfiction: * "Read This" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, July 1989] $2.50 e-mail Amy Thomson e-mail Amy Thomson old, invalid? Arthur Thomson: British Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Back Cover [Nebula Science Fiction, Mar 1956] ed. Peter Hamilton * Back Cover [Nebula Science Fiction, July 1957] * Back Cover [Nebula Science Fiction, Oct 1957] * Back Cover [Nebula Science Fiction, Apr 1958] * Back Cover [Nebula Science Fiction, Sep 1958] * Back Cover [Nebula Science Fiction, Dec 1958] * Back Cover [Nebula Science Fiction, Jan 1959] Christine Campbell Thomson: Horror/Dark Fantasy Anthologist: isfdb lists: Anthologies Edited: * Not at Night [London: Selwyn and Blount, 1925] hardcover * More Not at Night [1926] * Not at Night Omnibus [1937] * Still Not at Night [1962] * You'll Need a Nightlight [1927] * By Daylight Only [1929] * Switch on the Light [1931] * At Dead of Night [1931] * Keep on the Light [1932] * Grim Death [1932] * Terror by Night [1934] * Nightmare By Daylight [1936] Frank Thomson: isfdb lists: * "The Other Side: Ghost Writer" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, June 1988] ed. Tappan King, $2.50; nonfiction Gary Thomson: isfdb lists: * "Anselm's Folly" [the fractal, Fall/Winter 1996] ed. Sean Newborn H. L. Thomson: isfdb lists: * "The Fisherman's Special" [Weird Tales, Aug 1939] ed. Farnsworth Wright, $0.25 John Thomson: Children's Fantasy Novelist: isfdb lists: * The Girl from Tomorrow [co-author Mark Shirrefs, Knight, 1992] ISBN 0-340-55760-5, 2.99, paperback * Spellbinder: Book I: Riana's World [co-author Mark Shirrefs, Hodder Children's Books, 1996] ISBN 0-340-66737-0, 3.99, paperback * Spellbinder: Book II: Paul's World [co-author Mark Shirrefs, Hodder Children's Books, 1996] ISBN 0-340-66738-9, 3.99, paperback Rupert Thomson: Fantasy novelist: isfdb lists: * Dreams of Leaving [Macmillan Atheneum, 1988] ISBN 0-689-11957-7, $19.95, hardcover Gregg Thorkelson: Fantasy illustrator: isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [The Lost Garden, Laurence Yep, Morrow/Beechtree, 1996] ISBN 0-688-13701-6, $4.95, paperback A. C. Thorne: isfdb lists: * "Science-Fiction Crossword Puzzle" [Nebula Science Fiction, Autumn 1953] ed. Peter Hamilton, nonfiction Your Humble Webmaster's first professional sale was also a science fiction crossword puzzle... Frank Thorne (1930-): comix artist: * Perry Mason * Dr. Guy Bennett * Flash Gordon * Jungle Jim * Twilight Zone * Boris Karloff * Red Sonja (#1-#11) [1977-1979] main artist for Marvel series * Ghita of Alizarr * Lann * Moonshine McJuggs (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.944) Nicola Thorne: Horror/Dark Fantasy novelist; isfdb lists: Books: * Haunted Landscape [Severn House, 1997] ISBN 0-7278-5173-X, 16.99, hardcover Ray Thorne: isfdb lists: * "The Sword Sleeps" [Analog, Nov 1980] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $1.50 Roger Thorne: isfdb lists: * "Take a Deep Breath" [SF:'57: The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy, ed. Judith Merril, Gnome, 1957] $3.95, hardcover didn't Arthur C. Clarke have a short story of the same name at about the same time, which was incorporated into "2001" ? Tamara Thorne: Horror/Dark Fantasy novelist; isfdb lists: Books: * Haunted [Zebra, 1995] ISBN 0-8217-4907-2, $4.50, paperback * Moonfall [Zebra, 1996] ISBN 0-8217-5315-0, $4.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Good Vibrations" [Dark Seductions, eds. Alice Alfonsi and John Scognamiglio, Zebra, 1993] ISBN 0-8217-4331-7, $4.50, paperback J. Lincoln Thorner: Lifetime Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America nothing on the web? Cam Thornley: Science Fiction author and poet; isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "They'll Do It Every Time" [Isaac Asimov's, Jan-Feb 1978] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.25 Poetry: * "Last Quarter" [Isaac Asimov's, June 1980] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.50 Diann Thornley: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Diann Thornley Books: * Ganwold's Child [Synapse, 1991] ISBN 1-880173-01-8, $6.95, trade paperback [Tor, 1995] ISBN 0-312-85843-4, $22.95, hardcover [Science Fiction Book Club #07791, 1995] $10.98, hardcover [Tor, 1996] ISBN 0-812-55095-1, $5.99, paperback * Echoes of Issel [Tor, 1996] ISBN 0-312-86087-0, $23.95, hardcover [Tor, 1997] ISBN 0-812-55097-8, $5.99, paperback * Netherwar [Tor, 1997] ISBN ?, hardcover * Dominion's Reach [Tor, 1997] ISBN 0-312-86286-5, $23.95, hardcover e-mail Diann Thornley new e-mail Diann Thornley old, invalid? e-mail Diann Thornley old, invalid? Richard Thornley (1950-): British author of Trickster Fantasy (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.944) Lawrence Thornton: Fantasy/Science Fiction novelist; isfdb lists: * Imagining Argentina [Bloomsbury, 1987] ISBN 0-7475-0085-1, 11.95, hardcover Jerry Thorp: Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Dying Inside, Robert Silverberg, Scribner, 1972] ISBN 0-684-13083-1, $6.95, hardcover Roderick Thorp: isfdb lists: * "Sunburst" [Orbit 6, ed. Damon Knight, G. P. Putnam's, 1970] hardcover Dobbin Thorpe: isfdb lists: * "Now Is Forever" [Amazing Stories, Mar 1964] ed. Cele Goldsmith, $0.50 * "Minnesota Gothic" [Fantastic Stories, Jan 1964] ed. Cele Goldsmith, $0.50 * "Death Before Dishonor" [Fantastic Stories, Feb 1964] ed. Cele Goldsmith, $0.50 * "Now Is Forever" [Fantastic, July 1979] ed. Omar Gohagen, $1.50 Peter Thorpe: Science Fiction illustrator; the two covers listed below fit Robert Frost's line "some say the world will end in fire, others say in ice..." * Cover Artwork [Moon of Ice, Brad Linaweaver, Morrow/Arbor House, 1988] ISBN 0-87795-945-5, $17.95, hardcover * Cover Artwork [Fire on the Mountain, Terry Bisson, Arbor House/William Morrow, 1988] ISBN 1-557-10014-4, $16.95, hardcover B. J. Thrower: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Short Fiction: * "Fence of Palms" [Aboriginal SF, Winter 1993] ed. Charles C. Ryan, $4.95 * "Mister Dark" [Terminal Fright Magazine, Mar/Apr 1994] ed. Kenneth E. Abner, Jr., $5.00 * "Noodle You, Noodle Me" [Asimov's, Dec 1997] ed. Gardner Dozois, $2.95 * "The Home Town Boy" [Bending the Landscape: Fantasy, eds. Nicola Griffith and Steve Pagel, White Wolf, 1997] ISBN 1-56504-836-9, $19.99, hardcover e-mail B. J. Thrower Anderton Thules: under the pseudonym "Nordhung Woolpit" wrote the novel "Restless Robot" and the screenplay for "The Archbishop's Demon" Scott Thunder: isfdb lists: * "Loathe to Bend Over" [Terminal Fright Magazine, Fall 1995] ed. Kenneth E. Abner, Jr., $5.00 James Thurber, full name James Grover Thurber (1894-1961): major cartoonist and humorist: * Fables for Our Time and Famous Poems Illustrated [1940] story collection * "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" [My World and Welcome To It, 1942] * Many Moons [1943] chapbook * The Great Quillow [1944] chapbook * The Thurber Carnival [1945] story/cartoon collection * The White Deer [1945] expanded fairy tale * The Thirteen Clocks [1950] humorous dark fantasy * The Wonderful O [1955] chapbook: letter "O" is banished from island * Further Fables for Our Time [1956] story collection Biography: * Remember Laughter: A Life of James Thurber, by Neil A. Grauer [1994] William Thurmond: isfdb lists: * "The Derelict of Space" [Wonder Story Annual, 1950, ed. Sam Merwin, Jr., 1950] $0.25 E. Temple Thurston, full name Ernest Temple Thurston (1879-1933): * The Wandering Jew: A Play in Four Phases [1920] play novelized by his daughter Emily Temple Thurston [1934] * Man in a Black Hat [1930] doctor vs. immortal Rosicrucian * The Rosicrucian [1930] supernatural story collection (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.946) Laura Thurston: isfdb lists: * "The Buddy System" [Sword And Sorceress VII, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW Books, 1990] ISBN 0-88677-457-8, $4.50, paperback Robert Thurston: talented Science Fiction/Fantasy author currently working in the novelization mines; Robert Thurston Books: * The "Battlestar Galactica" series of televsion spin-off novels: * Battlestar Galactica [co-author Glen A. Larson, Totem, 1978] ISBN 0-00-222025-3, $2.25 (Canadian), paperback [Titan, 1988] ISBN 1-85286-088-X, 2.95, paperback see: TELEVISION * The Cylon Death Machine [co-author Glen A. Larson, Totem, 1979] ISBN 0-00-222029-6, $2.25 (Canadian), paperback [Titan, 1988] ISBN 1-85286-089-8, 2.95, paperback * The Tombs of Kobol [co-author Glen A. Larson, Totem, 1979] ISBN 0-00-222033-4, $2.25 (Canadian), paperback [Titan, 1988] ISBN 1-85286-090-1, 2.95, paperback * Battlestar Galactica #14: Surrender the Galactica! [co-author Glen A. Larson, Ace, 1988] ISBN 0-441-05104-9, $2.95, paperback * The Young Warriors [1980] * Q Colony [Ace, 1985] ISBN 0-441-69660-0, $2.75, paperback * Battlestar Galactica #11: The Nightmare Machine [co-author Glen A. Larson, Berkley, 1985] ISBN 0-425-08618-6, $2.95, paperback * Battlestar Galactica #12: "Die, Chameleon!" [co-author Glen A. Larson, Berkley, 1986] ISBN 0-425-09095-7, $2.95, paperback * Apollo's War [1987] * Intruder [1990] * the "Isaac Asimov's Robot City" novel series: * Isaac Asimov's Robot City: Robots and Aliens 3: Intruder [Ace, 1990] ISBN 0-441-73129-5, $3.50, paperback * the "Battletech" novel series: * Battletech: Way of the Clans [Roc UK, 1991] ISBN 0-14-014892-2, 3.99, paperback [a.k.a. "Battletech: Legend of the Jade Phoenix #1: Way of the Clans", Penguin/Roc, 1991] ISBN 0-451-45101-5, $4.50, paperback * Battletech: Legend of the Jade Phoenix #3: Falcon Guard [Penguin/Roc, 1991] ISBN 0-451-45129-5, $4.50, paperback [a.k.a. "Falcon Guard", Roc UK, 1992] ISBN 0-14-015248-2, 3.99, paperback * Battletech: Legends of the Jade Phoenix #2: Bloodname [Penguin/Roc, 1991] ISBN 0-451-45117-1, $4.50, paperback [a.k.a. "Battletech: Bloodname", Roc UK, 1991] ISBN 0-14-015242-3, 3.99, paperback Short Fiction (at least 34 works in 25 years): * "Wheels" [Clarion, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1971] paperback [Car Sinister, eds. Robert Silverberg, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Avon, 1979] ISBN 0-380-45393-2, $2.25, paperback * "Stop Me Before I Tell More" [Orbit 9, ed. Damon Knight, G. P. Putnam's, 1971] hardcover * "The Last Desperate Hour" [Clarion, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1971] paperback * "Anaconda" [Clarion, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1971] paperback * "The Hippie-Dip File" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1972] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 * "The Good Life" [Clarion II, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1972] paperback * "Get FDR!" [Clarion II, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1972] paperback * "Punchline" (a.k.a. "Stop Me Before I Tell More") [Clarion II, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1972] paperback * "Carolyn's Laughter" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1972] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 * "Up Against the Wall" [Amazing, Aug 1973] ed. Ted White, $0.60 * "She/Her" [Infinity Five, ed. Robert Hoskins, Lancer, 1973] ISBN 0-447-75477-095, $0.95, paperback * "Good-Bye, Shelley, Shirley, Charlotte, Charlene" [Orbit 11, ed. Damon Knight, G. P. Putnam's, 1973] hardcover * "Under Siege" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1974] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 * "Soundtrack: The Making of a Thoroughbred" [Fantastic, May 1974] ed. Ted White, $0.60 * "Searching the Ruins" [Amazing, Aug 1974] ed. Ted White, $0.75 * "Theodora and Theodora" [New Dimensions 5, ed. Robert Silverberg, Harper & Row, 1975] ISBN 0-06-013870-X, $7.95, hardcover * "Jack and Betty" [Orbit 16, ed. Damon Knight, Harper & Row, 1975] hardcover * "The Haunted Writing Manual" [Fantastic, Oct 1975] ed. Ted White, $1.00 * "Dream by Number" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1975] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.00 * "Parker Frightened on a Tightrope" [Fantastic, Nov 1976] ed. Ted White, $1.00 * "One Magic Ring, Used" [Fantastic, May 1976] ed. Ted White, $1.00 * "If That's Paradise, Toss Me an Apple" [Amazing Stories, Mar 1976] ed. Ted White, $1.00 * "Groups" [Fantastic, Feb 1976] ed. Ted White, $1.00 * "Aliens" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1976] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.00 * "The Mars Ship" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1977] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.00 * "Kingmakers" [New Voices in Science Fiction, ed. George R. R. Martin, MacMillan, 1977] hardcover [New Voices 1: The Campbell Award Nominees, ed. George R. R. Martin, Jove/HBJ, 1978] ISBN 0-515-04507-1, $1.75, paperback * "Seedplanter" [Chrysalis 3, ed. Roy Torgeson, Zebra, 1978] paperback * "The Bulldog Nutcracker" [Chrysalis 2, ed. Roy Torgeson, Zebra, 1978] paperback * "The Wanda Lake Number" [Analog, Jan 1979] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $1.25 [Light Years and Dark, ed. Michael Bishop, Berkley, 1984] ISBN 0-425-07214-2, $8.95, trade paperback * "Vibrations" [Chrysalis 4, Roy Torgeson, Zebra, 1979] paperback * "The Fire at Sarah Siddons" [Isaac Asimov's, Aug 1984] ed. Shawna McCarthy, $1.75 * "Was That House Here Yesterday?" [Universe 16, ed. Terry Carr, Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1986] ISBN 0-385-23389-2, $12.95, hardcover * "Marchplateau" [Worlds of If, Sep-Nov 1986] ed. Clifford R. Hong, $1.95 * "Ugly Duckling Gets the Treatment and Becomes Cinderella Except Her Foot's Too Big for the Prince's Slipper and is Webbed Besides" [The Last Dangerous Visions, ed. Harlan Ellison, 1999??] J. Cameron Thyme: J. Cameron Thyme @ Dragon*Con biomedical expertise finds its way into his science fiction Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Denis Tiani: Fantasy/Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Zod Wallop, William Browning Spencer, St. Martin's, 1995] ISBN 0-312-13629-3, $21.95, hardcover * Cover Artwork [The Night the Heads Came, William Sleator, Penguin/Dutton, 1996] ISBN 0-525-45463-2, $15.99, hardcover John Tibbetts: isfdb lists: * "Overtime" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Dec 1988] ed. Tappan King, $2.50 Holly Tiberi: Fantasy/Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Aberrations, June 1995] ed. Richard Blair, $3.50 Cheviot Ticheburn: pseudonym of W. Harrison Ainsworth (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.946) H. C. Tidian: Novelist; isfdb lists: * McGillicuddy the Bookseller: a Bibliofantasy [H. C. Tidian, Sam: Johnson's, 1997] ISBN 0-9658598-0-0, $20.00, hardcover Andrew Tidmarsh: Bibliographer: * "Michael Bishop Bibliography" [Interzone, April 1994] eds. David Pringle and Lee Montgomerie, 2.50 Johann Ludwig Tieck (1773-1853): major Gothic, Horror, and Supernatural author of Germany, and a n important figure in the Romantic movement: * Abdallah, oder das furchthare Opfer ("Abdallah or the Dreadful Sacrifice") [1795] derivitave of "Vathek" by Beckford * Der blonde Eckbert [1796] adopted into 1994 opera Blond Eckbert by Judith Weir * Die verkehrte Welt ("The Land of Upseide-Down") [1797] satire * Der Gertreue Eckart [1799] * Sehr wunderbare Historie von der Melusina [1800] Mermaid fiction * Anti-Faulst, oder Geschichte eines dummen Teufels ("Anti-Faust, or the Story of the Stupid Devil") [1801] spoof * Der Runeberg [1804] * Die Elfen [1811] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.946) Mark W. Tiedmann: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Mark W. Tiedmann author requested that I not display his e-mail address; Books: * Compass Reach * Metal of Night * 4 books published by ibooks, inc. * 3 in the Asimov's Robot Mystery series * 2 books published by Meisha Merlin Short Fiction: * over 40 short fiction credits Richard Tiedemann: Science Fiction Critic; I have a copy of, and recommend: * "Jack Vance: Science Fiction Stylist" [in "Writers of the 21st Century: Jack Vance" Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller, Taplinger, 1980] ISBN 0-8008-4295-2, $5.95, trade paperback G. B. Tiepolo: Fantasy illustrator: * Cover Artwork [The Malacia Tapestry, Brian W. Aldiss, Harper and Row, 1977] ISBN 0-06-010053-2, $8.95, hardcover Doug Tierney: * "The Portable Girlfriend" [Selling Venus, ed. Cecilia Tan, Circlet Press, 1995] ISBN 1-885865-05-8, $9.95, trade paperback Patrick Tierney: Short Nonfiction: * "The Arts: Technology" [Omni, Sep 1983] ed. Dick Teresi, $2.50 * "Chilean High" [Omni, Dec 1983] ed. Dick Teresi, $2.50 Richard L. Tierney: Fantasist, critic, poet; see David C. Smith; see Robert E. Howard; Books: * The Ring of Ikribu [co-author David C. Smith, Ace Books, 1981] ISBN 0-441-71156-1, $2.25, paperback * Demon Night [co-author David C. Smith, Ace Books, 1982] ISBN 0-441-71157-X, $2.50, paperback * When Hell Laughs [co-author David C. Smith, Ace Books, 1982] ISBN 0-441-71158-8, $2.25, paperback * Endithor's Daughter [co-author David C. Smith, Ace Books, 1982] ISBN 0-441-71159-6, $2.50, paperback * Against the Prince of Hell [co-author David C. Smith, Ace Books, 1983] ISBN 0-441-71161-8, $2.50, paperback * Star of Doom [co-author David C. Smith, Ace Books, 1983] ISBN 0-441-71162-6, $2.50, paperback * House of the Toad [Fedogan & Bremer, 1993] ISBN 1-878252-03-8, $24.00, hardcover Story Collections: * The Scroll of Thoth [pub?, 1997] Short Fiction: * "The Scroll of Thoth" [Swords Against Darkness II, ed. Andrew J. Offutt, Zebra, 1977] ISBN 0-89083-293-5, $1.95, paperback * "The Sword of Spartacus" [Swords Against Darkness III, ed. Andrew J. Offutt, Zebra, 1978] ISBN 0-89083-339-7, $1.95, paperback * "The Last Decision" [Eldritch Tales, no.15, 1988] ed. Crispin Burnham, $6.00 * "The Pillars of Melkarth" [Space & Time, Summer 1990] eds. Gordon Linzner and Jani Anderson, $5.00 Poetry: * "The Kiss of The Elf-Queen" [Eldritch Tales, no.17, 1988] ed. Crispin Burnham, $6.00 * "The Coming of Juss" [Eldritch Tales, no.17, 1988] ed. Crispin Burnham, $6.00 * "The Revenant" [Weird Tales, Spring/Fall 1989] eds. George H. Scithers, Darrell Schweitzer, John Gregory Betancourt, $4.00 * "The House on the Cliff" [Weird Tales, Summer 1991] ed. Darrell Schweitzer, $4.95 Short Nonfiction: * "Introduction" [Tigers of the Sea, Robert E. Howard, Ace, 1976] paperback * "Introduction" [Colossus, eds. Donald Wandrei, Philip J. Rahman, Dennis E. Weiler, Fedogan & Bremer, 1989] ISBN 1-878252-00-3, $28.00, hardcover John Tigges: Horror novelist; isfdb lists: * The Immortal [Leisure, 1986] ISBN 0-8439-2350-4, $3.95, paperback see: IMMORTALITY * Hands of Lucifer [Leisure, 1987] ISBN 0-8439-2443-8, $3.95, paperback see: Devil * Slime [as "William Essex", Leisure, 1988] ISBN 0-8439-2640-6, $3.95, paperback * Vessel [Leisure, 1988] ISBN 0-8439-2695-3, $3.95, paperback * Venom [Leisure, 1988] ISBN 0-8439-2602-3, $3.95, paperback * Unto the Altar [Leisure, 1988] ISBN 0-8439-2596-5, $3.95, paperback * Kiss Not the Child [Leisure, 1988] ISBN 0-8439-2662-7, $3.95, paperback * As Evil Does [W. H. Allen Star, 1988] ISBN 0-352-32238-1, 2.99, paperback * From Below [as "William Essex", Leisure, 1989] ISBN 0-8439-2867-0, $3.95, paperback * Evil Dreams [Leisure, 1989] ISBN 0-8439-2753-4, $3.95, paperback * Book of the Dead [Leisure, 1989] ISBN 0-8439-2798-4, $3.95, paperback * Comes the Wraith [Leisure, 1990] ISBN 0-8439-2906-5, $3.95, paperback * The Curse [Leisure, 1993] ISBN 0-8439-3389-5, $4.50, paperback * Monster [Leisure, 1995] ISBN 0-8439-3735-1, $4.99, paperback Tigrina: pseudonym; isfdb lists: * "The Lady Takes a Powder" [Science Fiction Worlds of Forrest J Ackerman & Friends, ed. Forrest J Ackerman, Powell, 1969] #PP 142, paperback * "The Girl Who Wasn't There" [Science Fiction Worlds of Forrest J Ackerman & Friends, ed. Forrest J Ackerman, Powell, 1969] #PP 142, paperback A. R. Tilburne: Fantasy/Horror illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Weird Tales, Jan 1947] ed. Dorothy McIlwraith, $0.15 Tom Tiley: isfdb lists: * "Back to School" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.1, 1993] ed. Jon L. Herron, $4.50 Patrick Tilley (1928-): British Science Fiction novelist: Stand-Alone Novels: * Fade-Out [Morrow, 1975; Hodder & Stoughton, 1975; Dell] [Grafton, 1987] ISBN 0-586-07442-2, 3.50, paperback [Little Brown UK, 1992] ISBN 0-316-90364-7, 15.99, hardcover [Warner UK, 1992] ISBN 0-7515-0085-2, 4.99, paperback * Xan [Grafton, 1986] ISBN 0-586-06468-0, 2.50, paperback * The First Family [Baen, 1986] ISBN 0-671-65567-1, $3.50, paperback * Star Wartz [Orbit, 1995] ISBN 1-85723-319-0, 15.99, hardcover [Orbit, 1996] ISBN 1-85723-320-4, 5.99, paperback The "Amtrack Wars" series: * Cloud Warrior [Sphere, 1983] ISBN 0-7221-8516-2, 1.95, paperback [Baen, 1985] ISBN 0-671-55972-9, $3.50, paperback [Sphere, 1987] ISBN 0-7221-8516-2, 2.95, paperback [Sphere, 1989] ISBN 0-7221-8516-2, 3.50, paperback [Little Brown UK, 1992] ISBN 0-356-20603-3, 14.99, hardcover * First Family [Sphere, 1985] ISBN 0-7221-8517-0, 2.95, paperback [Severn House, 1985] ISBN 0-7278-1226-2, 8.95, hardcover [Baen, 1987] ISBN 0-671-65567-1, $3.50, paperback [Sphere, 1989] ISBN 0-7221-8517-0, 3.50, paperback [Little Brown UK, 1992] ISBN 0-356-20604-1, 14.99, hardcover * Iron Master [Sphere, 1987] ISBN 0-7221-8518-9, 3.50, paperback [Baen, 1987] ISBN 0-671-65338-5, $3.95, paperback [Sphere, 1989] ISBN 0-7221-8518-9, 3.99, paperback [Little Brown UK, 1992] ISBN 0-356-20605-X, 14.99, hardcover * Blood River [Sphere, 1988] ISBN 0-7474-0000-8, 3.50, paperback [Little Brown UK, 1992] ISBN 0-316-90319-1, 15.99, hardcover * Death-Bringer [Sphere, 1989] ISBN 0-7474-0001-6, 3.99, paperback [Little Brown UK, 1992] ISBN 0-316-90320-5, 15.99, hardcover * Earth-Thunder [Sphere, 1990] ISBN 0-7474-0002-4, 3.99, paperback [Little Brown UK, 1992] ISBN 0-316-90321-3, 15.99, hardcover * Dark Visions: An Illustrated Guide to the Amtrak Wars [Artist/co-autho rFernando Fernandez, Sphere, 1988] ISBN 0-7474-0270-1, 5.99, trade paperback Robert J. Tilley: Science Fiction novelist, short fiction author, and illustrator; isfdb lists: Books: * The Big Losers [New Infinities, 1988] ISBN 0-441-06091-9, $3.50, paperback Short Fiction: * "Act of Aggression" [Nebula Science Fiction, Oct 1957] ed. Peter Hamilton * "Fiends for Neighbours" [Nebula Science Fiction, Jan 1958] ed. Peter Hamilton * "Apprentice" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1960] ed. Robert P. Mills, $0.40 * "Place of Refuge" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1963] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 * "Something Else" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct 1965] ed. Jospeph W. Ferman, $0.50 [11th Annual Edition: The Year's Best S-F, ed. Judith Merril, Delacorte, 1966] hardcover * "Choice" [Fantasy and Science Fiction, Jan 1972] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 * "Willie's Blues" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1972] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 [The 1973 Annual World's Best SF, eds. Donald A. Wollheim and Arthur W. Saha, DAW Books, 1973] $0.95, paperback * "Outsider" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1986] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 Cover Artwork: * Cover [New Worlds, May 1965] ed. Michael Moorcock, 2/6d Lynne Tillman: isfdb lists: * "A Dead Summer" [The New Gothic, ed. Patrick McGrath and Bradford Morrow, Random House, 1991] hardcover Peter D. Tillman: isfdb lists: * "Jewels of the Desert" [Midnight Zoo, Jan 1991] ed. Jon L. Herron, $4.95 Joe Tillotson: Fantasy/Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Fantastic Adventures, Oct 1951] ed. Howard Browne, $0.25 Ted Tillotson: isfdb lists: * "Death Is the Hunter" [Aberrations, Sep 1994] ed. Richard Blair, $3.50 Lois A. Tilton: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Books: * Vampire Winter [Zebra/Pinnacle, 1990] ISBN 1-55817-450-8, $4.50, paperback * Darkness on the Ice [Zebra/Pinnacle, 1993] ISBN 1-55817-687-X, $4.50, paperback * Star Trek: Deep Space Nine #6: Betrayal [Pocket, 1994] ISBN 0-671-88117-5, $5.50, paperback * Babylon 5 Book 2: Accusations [Boxtree, 1995] ISBN 0-7522-0649-4, 4.99, paperback Short Fiction: as "Lois Tilton" isfdb lists: * "Avatar" [Weird Tales, Fall 1988] eds. George H. Scithers, Darrell Schweitzer, John Gregory Betancourt, $4.00 * "To Dust" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Nov/Dec 1989] ed. Charles C. Ryan, $3.00 * "The Highwayman" [Weird Tales, Spring/Fall 1989] eds. George H. Scithers, Darrell Schweitzer, John Gregory Betancourt, $4.00 * "The Crystal Battlements" [Space & Time, Winter 1989] eds. Gordon Linzner, $5.00 * "Life Support System" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, Nov/Dec 1990] ed. Charles C. Ryan, $3.50 * "Hands" [Sword and Sorceress VI, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, Daw, 1990] ISBN 0-88677-423-3, $4.50, paperback * "The Soldier's Bride" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1991] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.50 * "The Other Woman" [Desire Burn: Women's Stories From the Dark Side of Passion, eds. Janet Berliner, Uwe Luserke, Martin H. Greenberg, Garroll & Graf Publishers, Inc., 1995] ISBN 0-7867-0259-1, $9.95, trade paperback * "The Longest, Darkest Night" [Midnight Zoo, vol.1,no.6, 1991] ed. Jon L. Herron, Experiences Unlimited, $4.95 * "A Just and Lasting Peace" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct/Nov 1991] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $3.95 [The Year's Best Science Fiction, Ninth Annual Collection, ed. Gardner Dozois, St. Martin's Press, 1992] ISBN 0-312-07889-7, $27.95, hardcover * "Edyth Among the Trolls" [Sword and Sorceress VIII, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, Daw, 1991] ISBN 0-88677-486-1, $4.50, paperback * "The Cry of a Seagull" [Interzone, May 1991] eds. David Pringle and Lee Montgomerie, 2.25 [Aboriginal Science Fiction, May/June 1991] ed. Charles C. Ryan, $3.50 * "Aristodemos" [Amazing, Dec 1991] ed. Kim Mohan, $3.95 * "The Twelve Swans" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1992] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.50 * "The Three Thieves" [Aladdin: Master of the Lamp, eds. Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books, Inc., 1992] ISBN 0-88677-545-0, $4.99 ($5.99 Canada), paperback * "Unmasking the Blackman" [Amazing, Nov 1993] ed. Kim Mohan, $3.95 * "Spring Wine" [Dark Seductions, eds. Alice Alfonsi and John Scognamiglio, Zebra, 1993] ISBN 0-8217-4331-7, $4.50, paperback * "Sleep, My Little One" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1993] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.50 * "The Princess Who Danced Until Daybreak" [Science Fiction Age, May 1993] ed. Scott Edelman, $2.95 * "The Drought" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3, no.1, 1993] ed. Jon L. Herron, $4.50 * "Voices of the Damned" [Weird Tales, Spring 1994] ed.Darrell Schweitzer, $4.95 * "Sanctuary" [Grails: Visitations of the Night, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward E. Kramer, NAL/Roc, 1994] ISBN 0-451-45304-2, $9.95, trade paperback * "The Wet-Nurse" [100 Vicious Little Vampire Stories, eds. Stefan Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg, Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1995] ISBN 1-56619-558-6, $7.98, hardcover * "Web of Black Metal" [The World of Darkness: The Splendour Falls, ed. Erin E. Kelly, White Wolf, 1995] ISBN 1-56504-863-6, $5.99, paperback * "The Swineherd" [Witch Fantastic, eds. Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg, Daw, 1995] ISBN 0-88677-640-6, $4.99($5.99 Can), paperback * "Small Workers" [100 Wicked Little Witch Stories, eds. Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg, Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1995] ISBN 1-56619-762-7, $7.98, hardcover ISBN 0-7607-0208-X, trade paperback * "The Shackles of Buried Sins" [Adventures in the Twilight Zone, ed. Carol Serling, Daw, 1995] ISBN 0-88677-662-7, $4.99, paperback * "Deadly Humour" [Science Fiction Age, Nov 1995] ed. Scott Edelman, $3.95 * "The Clearing" [Enchanted Forests, eds. Katharine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg, Daw, 1995] ISBN 0-88677-672-4, $5.50, paperback * "But One Son Living" [Ancient Enchantresses, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Kathleen M. Massie-Ferch, Daw, 1995] ISBN 0-88677-677-5, $5.50, paperback * "A Vision of Darkness" [The Time of the Vampires, eds. P. N. Elrod and Martin H. Greenberg, Daw, 1996] ISBN 0-88677-693-7, $5.50, paperback * "Kneeling at His Side" [Sisters in Fantasy 2, eds. Susan Shwartz and Martin H. Greenberg, Roc, 1996] ISBN 0-451-45503-7, $5.99 ($6.99 Canada), paperback * "My Naggilator" [Urban Nightmares, eds. Josepha Sherman and Keith DeCandido, Baen, 1997] ISBN 0-671-87851-4, $5.99, paperback Short Nonfiction: * "Strangling the Baby: Cultural Relativism in Mike Resnick's 'Kirinyaga'" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, May 1989] $2.50 e-mail Lois Tilton Peter Valentine Timlett (1933-): Historical Fantasy author; see: King Arthur * The "Seedbearers" series: * The Power of the Serpent [Bantam, 1976] Stonehenge [Orbit, 1987] ISBN 0-7088-3105-2, 2.50, paperback * The Seedbearers [London: Futura, 1974] ISBN 0-70883-107-9, 2.50, paperback [Bantam, 1976] [Orbit/Futura, 1986] ISBN 0-7088-3107-9, 2.50, paperback fall of Atlantis * Twilight of the Serpent [Bantam, 1977] 0-553-10081-5, $1.50, paperback Druids vs. Christians Short Fiction: * "Without Rhyme or Reason" [The Year's Best Horror Stories, Series IX, ed. Karl Edward Wagner, Daw, 1981] ISBN 0-87997-647-0, paperback * "Little Miss Muffet" [Scare Care, ed. Graham Masterton, Tor, 1989] ISBN 0-312-93156-5, $19.95, hardcover * "The Rite of Challenge (excerpt)" [The Merlin Chronicles, ed. Mike Ashley, Raven, 1995] ISBN 1-85487-332-6, trade paperback [Carroll & Graf, 1995] ISBN 0-7867-0275-3, $12.95, trade paperback * "Maidens of the Grael" [The Chronicles of the Holy Grail, ed. Mike Ashley, Carroll & Graf, 1996] ISBN 0-7867-0363-6, $12.95, trade paperback [Raven, 1996] 5.99, paperback * "Launcelot's Grail" [The Chronicles of the Holy Grail, ed. Mike Ashley, Carroll & Graf, 1996] ISBN 0-7867-0363-6, $12.95, trade paperback [Raven, 1996] 5.99, paperback * "The Hedge of Mist" [The Chronicles of the Round Table, ed. Mike Ashley, Caroll & Graf, 1997] ISBN 0-7867-0464-0, $12.95, trade paperback [Robinson, 1997] ISBN -85487-953-7, 5.99, trade paperback [Past Times, 1997] Mark Timlin: isfdb lists: * "Riders on the Storm" [In Dreams, ed. Paul J. McAuley and Kim Newman, Gollancz, 1992] ISBN 0-575-05201-5, 4.99, paperback * Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" [London Noir, ed. Maxim Jakubowski, Serpent's Tail, 1994] ISBN 1-85242-308-0, 7.99, trade paperback William M. Timlin, full name William Mitcheson Timlin (1892-1943): artist and author born in South Africa, best known for: * The Ship That Sailed to Mars [1923] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.949) Mike Timmins: Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Mine, Robert R. McCammon, Grafton, 1991] ISBN 0-586-21226-4, 4.99, paperback ISBN 0-246-13803-3, 8.99, trade paperback William Timmins: prolific Science Fiction illustrator with at least 51 covers of 1942-1950 "Astounding Science Fiction" for John W. Campbell, Jr.: William Timmins @isfdb Stan Timmons: isfdb lists: * "Life Is But a Dream" [The Ultimate X-Men, ed. Stan Lee, Boulevard, 1996] ISBN 1-57297-217-3, $14.00, trade paperback Anthony Timpone: Horror critic/editor: Anthologies Edited: * Fangoria Masters of the Dark [HarperPrism, 1997] ISBN 0-06-105664-2, $5.99, paperback Keith Timson: British Science Fiction Novelist: isfdb lists: * A Far Magic Shore [Orbit, 1989] ISBN 0-7088-4206-2, 4.99, trade paperback Leo Q. Tincrowder: isfdb lists: * "Osiris on Crutches" [New Dimensions 6, ed. Robert Silverberg, Harper & Row, 1976] hardcover Eric Tinde: isfdb lists: * "Boomerang" [Astounding, Nov 1947] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.25 Robert Tine: Science Fiction Novelist or Novelizer; isfdb lists: * Midnight City [NAL/Signet, 1987] ISBN 0-451-15036-8, $3.95, paperback * Universal Soldier [Signet UK, 1992] ISBN 0-451-17542-5, 3.99, paperback [Jove, 1992] ISBN 0-515-10933-9, $4.50, paperback * The Last Action Hero [Berkley, 1993] ISBN 0-425-14015-6, $4.99, paperback Ron Tiner: pseudonym of Ronald Charles Tickner (1940-): comix artist/writer * Figure Drawing Without a Model [1992] * The Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Science Fiction Art Techniques [1992] co-author John Grant (Ronald Charles Tickner wrote most of the comix entries in "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy" and acknowledgment is due to him for the listing of some comix names in this web domain, his full entries are the essential material only pointed to in this web domain. (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.950) (according to isfdb, which didn't know the pseudonym issue, the book data are): * The Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Science Fiction Art Techniques co-authors John Grant and Ron Tiner [Titan, 1996] ISBN 1-85286-702-7, 16.99, trade paperback [Running Press, 1996] ISBN 1-56138-534-4, $24.95, hardcover Murray Tinkelman: (or maybe "Murray Tinkleman", isfdb has me confused about spelling of last name); Fantasy/Science Fiction illustrator: isfdb lists as "Murray Tinkelman": * Cover Artwork [The Worm Ouroboros, E. R. Eddison, Ballantine, 1977] ISBN 0-345-27122-X, $2.50, paperback isfdb lists as "Murray Tinkleman": * Cover Artwork [The Cool War, Frederik Pohl, Ballantine Del Rey, 1981] ISBN 0-345-29383-5, $10.95, hardcover Joseph Tinker: isfdb lists: * "Tinker's Dam" [Analog, July 1961] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.50 Bob Tinkess: isfdb lists: * "For the Love of Allen" [Aberrations, July 1994] ed. Richard Blair, $3.50 Murray Tinkleman: (see "Murray Tinkelman" above); Fantasy/Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [The Cool War, Frederik Pohl, Ballantine Del Rey, 1981] ISBN 0-345-29383-5, $10.95, hardcover Frank Tinsley: Science Writer; isfdb lists: Short Nonfiction: * "The Nuclear Putt-Putt" [Amazing, Oct 1962] ed. Cele Goldsmith, $0.35 about Project Orion * "The Mars Supply Fleet" [Amazing, Dec 1962] ed. Cele Goldsmith, $0.35 * "The Mars Snooper" [Amazing, Jan 1962] ed. Cele Goldsmith, $0.35 * "The Cosmic Wrecker" [Amazing, Apr 1963] ed. Cele Goldsmith, $0.35 Sir Michael Tippett (1905-): British composer listed here for 5 Fantasy opera librettos: * The Midsummer Marriage [1955] * King Priam [1962] * The Knot Garden [1970] * The Ice Break [1977] * New Yera [1988] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.950) James Tiptree, Jr.: pseudonym of Alice Sheldon: * Star Songs of an Old Primate [Ballentine, 1978] * Ten Thousand Light Years from Home [Ace, 1973; Gregg, 1976] 15 stories * Up the Walls of the World [Berkley Putnam, 1978; Science Fiction Book Club] * Warm Worlds and Otherwise [Ballentine, 1977] * others {to be done} James Tiptree, Jr. (Dr. Alice Sheldon) many more {to be done} Jerry Tiritili or Jerry Tiritilli: Fantasy illustrator (isfdb has me confused about spelling of his last name); isfdb lists as "Jerry Tiritili" * Cover Artwork [Against the Horde, David Gemmell, New Infinities Productions, 1988] ISBN 0-441-00995-6, $3.95, paperback isfdb lists as "Jerry Tiritilli": * Cover Artwork [The King Beyond the Gate, David Gemmell, New Infinities, 1988] ISBN 0-425-11271-3, $3.50, paperback Christopher Tirri: Fantasy illustrator/artist/poet; isfdb lists: Poetry: * "Regret" [Midnight Zoo, May/June 1991] ed. Jon L. Herron, $4.95 Cover Artwork: * [Midnight Zoo, Mar/Apr 1991] $4.95 Short Nonfiction: * "Art and Artist's Profile of Christopher Tirri" [Midnight Zoo, Mar/Apr 1991] $4.95 Phil Tiso: isfdb lists: * "Domino Man" [Midnight Graffiti, ed. Jessica Horsting and James Van Hise, Warner Books, 1992] ISBN 0-446-36307-3, $5.99, paperback Louise Titchener: Role Playing Games-related Novelist; isfdb lists: * Greenfire [TSR, 1993] ISBN 1-56076-685-9, $4.50, trade paperback Elise Title: Fantasy/Romance Novelist; isfdb lists: * Shadow of the Moon [Harlequin, 1991] ISBN 0-373-22160-6, $2.75, paperback Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Michael Tobias: Science Fiction Novelist; isfdb lists: * Voice of the Planet [Bantam Spectra, 1990] ISBN 0-553-28367-7, $4.95, paperback * Believe [co-author William Shatner, Berkley, 1992] ISBN 0-425-13296-X, $5.50, paperback Jean Tobin: Science Fiction critic; isfdb lists: * "Frank Herbert's 'The Heaven Makers': A Reconsideration (Part 1 of 2)" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, June 1992] * "Frank Herbert's 'The Heaven Makers': A Reconsideration (Part 2 of 2)" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, July 1992] $2.50 Tocchet: pseudonym of Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Galaxy Science Fiction, May 1956] ed. H. L. Gold, $0.35 Michael Tod: Novelist; isfdb lists: * The Silver Tide [Orion, 1994] ISBN 1-85797-319-4, 4.99, paperback ISBN 1-85797-563-4, 9.99, hardcover * Second Wave [Orion, 1994] ISBN 1-85797-367-4, 12.99, hardcover [Orion, 1995] ISBN 1-85797-740-8, 4.99, paperback * The Golden Flight [Orion, 1995] ISBN 1-85797-675-4, 13.99, hardcover [Orion, 1996] ISBN 0-75280-618-1, 4.99, paperback Todd: pseudonym of author/illustrator Larry S. Todd; German for "Death"; isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "Simon Says" [Worlds of If, June 1965] ed. Frederik Pohl, 1965, $0.50 * "The Most Delicious Foe" [Worlds of Tomorrow, Aug 1966] ed. Frederik Pohl, 1965, $0.50 Cover Artwork: * [Fantastic, Oct 1971] ed. Ted White, $0.60 * [Amazing, Mar 1972] ed. Ted White, $0.60 * [Amazing Science Fiction, July 1972] ed. Ted White, $0.60 * [Amazing Science Fiction, Aug 1974] ed. Ted White, $0.75 Arline Todd: isfdb lists: * "Ultima Thule" [Chrysalis 6, ed. Roy Torgeson, Zebra, 1980] paperback Barbara Euphan Todd (1890-1976): British children's fantasy author: * The 'Normous Saturday Fairy Book [1924] co-authors Marjory Royce and Moira Meighn * the "Worzel Gummidge" novels about a living scarecrow, which have been adapted into 3 TV series starring John Pertwee (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.950) Chris Todd: Chris Todd@sff.net Kathleen Todd: Fantasy/Science Fiction poet; isfdb lists: * "Earth Comes" [Aliens & Lovers, ed. Millea Kenin, Unique Graphics, 1983] poetry $5.00, trade paperback Larry S. Todd: also writes as "Larry Tod" and simply "Todd"; isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "Simon Says" [Worlds of If, June 1965] ed. Frederik Pohl, 1965, $0.50 * "The Most Delicious Foe" [Worlds of Tomorrow, Aug 1966] ed. Frederik Pohl, 1965, $0.50 * "The Warbots" [Galaxy, Oct 1968] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.60 [Body Armor: 2000, eds. Joe Haldeman, Martin H. Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh, Ace, 1986] ISBN 0-441-06976-2, $3.50, paperback * "Flesh and the Iron" [Worlds of If, September 1968] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.60 as Larry Todd: Novelist, author, artists; isfdb lists: * Cobalt-60 (co-authors/artists Vaughn Bodé and Mark Bodé) [Donning/Starblaze, 1988] ISBN 0-89865-677-X, $7.95, trade paperback Laura D. Todd: isfdb lists: * "Silver Eyes" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Spring 1990] ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, $3.95 Tzvetan Todorov (1939-): Bulgaria-born literary critic, resident in France, influential for: * Introduction a la litterature fantastique [1970; as "The Fantastic: A Structural Approach to a Literay Genre", US: 1973, tr. Richard Howard] which cites various works to support a definition about the psychology of events which cannot be explained by natural law, and which thus force the experiencer into deciding whether he/she is the subject of an illusion, or alternatively that the universe is ruled by a different set of laws than previously believed: "The fantastic occupies the duration of this uncertainty. Once we choose one answer or the other, we leave the fantastic for a neighboring genre, the uncanny or the marvellous. The fantastic is the hesitation experienced by a person who knows only the laws of nature, confronting an apparently supernatural event." -- Tzvetan Todorov, in "The Fantastic: A Structural Approach to a Literary Genre", translated by Richard Howard, Ithaca NY: 1975, p.25 DEFINITIONS: what is fantasy? Arthur Tofte, full name Arthur R. Tofte: * Crash Landing on Iduna [Laser, 1975] ISBN 0-373-72003-3, $0.95, paperback * Survival Planet [Bobbs Merrill, 1977] * Walls Within Walls [Laser, 1975] as Arthur Tofte, isfdb also lists: * The Day the Earth Stood Still [Scholastic Book Services #TK3438, 1976] paperback Short Fiction: * "Terrafied" [Children of Infinity, ed. Roger Elwood, Franklin Watts, 1973] hardcover * "The Speeders" [The Other Side of Tomorrow, ed. Roger Elwood, Random House, 1973] ISBN 0-394-82468-1, hardcover * "Alone in Space" [Science Fiction Tales, ed. Roger Elwood, Rand McNally, 1973] ISBN 0-528-82504-6, hardcover * "When the Cold Came" [Night of the Sphinx and Other Stories, ed. Roger Elwood, Lerner SF Library, 1974] hardcover * "A Thirst for Blood" [More Science Fiction Tales, ed. Roger Elwood, Rand McNally, 1974] hardcover * "Survival on a Primative Planet" [Survival from Infinity, ed. Roger Elwood, Franklin Watts, 1974] hardcover * "The Berserks" [The Berserkers, ed. Roger Elwood, 1974] * "The Mission" [100 Astounding Little Alien Stories, eds. Robert Weinberg, Stefan Dziemianowicz, Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble Books, 1996] ISBN 0-76070-142-3, hardcover as Arthur R. Tofte, isfdb lists: * "The Meteor Monsters" [Fantastic, Oct 1971] ed. Ted White, $0.60 Cathal Tohill: editor/critic; isfdb lists: Nonfiction: * Immoral Tales: European Sex and Horror 1956-1984 (co-editor Pete Tombs) [St. Martin's, 1995] ISBN 0-312-13519-X, $17.95, trade paperback * Immoral Tales [ pub?, 1997] Andrew Tokash: isfdb lists: * "Down in the Mouth" [69 Flavors of Paranoia, eds. Rycke Foreman and Miranda Foreman, 1997] Stephanie S. Tolan: novelist; isfdb lists: * Welcome to the Ark [Morrow, 1996] ISBN 0-688-13724-5, $15.00, hardcover John Toland: isfdb lists: * "Water Cure" [Fantastic, Dec 1954] ed. Howard Browne, $0.35 * "Two's a Crowd" [Amazing, Nov 1954] ed. Howard Browne, $0.35 * "The Man Who Read Minds" [Fantastic, Dec 1955] ed. Howard Browne, $0.35 * "Dissatisfaction Guaranteed" [Amazing, Mar 1955] ed. Howard Browne, $0.35 Stewart Toland: isfdb lists: * "The Question Is Answered" [Unknown, Nov 1939] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.20 Christopher Tolkien (1924-): British author, son of J. R. R. Tolkien; Novels Edited: * The Silmarillion (by J. R. R. Tolkien, Grafton, 1991] ISBN 0-261-10244-3, 5.99, paperback [Grafton, 1992] ISBN 0-261-10273-7, 4.99, paperback [HarperCollins UK, 1992] ISBN 0-261-10242-7, 14.99, hardcover [Ballantine Del Rey, 1995] ISBN 0-345-32581-8, $5.95, paperback Story/Poem/Essay Collections Edited: * The Book of Lost Tales 1 [1983] * The Book of Lost Tales 2 [1984] * The Lays of Beleriand [1985] * The Shaping of Middle-Earth [1986] * The Lost Road and Other Writings [1987] * The Return of the Shadow [1988] * The Treason of Isengard [1989] * The War of the Ring [1990] * Sauron Defeated [1992] [isfdb misspells as "Suron"] * Morgoth's Ring [1993] * The War of the Jewels [1994] J. R. R. Tolkien J. R. R. Tolkien: full name John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (1892-1973) J.R.R. Tolkien J.R.R. Tolkien J.R.R. Tolkien: Timeline The Grey Havens (J.R.R. Tolkien: Ultimate Tolkien Page): new address J.R.R. Tolkien: Ultimate Tolkien Page: old, invalid Xenite Contains sites of interest to fans of J.R.R. Tolkien, Andre Norton, C.S. Lewis, and others. For further information, contact: e-mail Michael Martinez [Xenite] J.R.R. Tolkien Italian tribute page J.R.R. Tolkien Norwegian tribute page J.R.R. Tolkien Fredonia tribute page J.R.R. Tolkien @cyberus J.R.R. Tolkien Australian tribute page J.R.R. Tolkien @ewaorlan.com J.R.R. Tolkien Russian tribute page In the 1976 Locus poll, asking readers to nominate their favorite author, J. R. R. Tolkien came in #20 (with 38 votes). This is an impressive performance, since he was a Fantasy author competing against science fiction authors among primarily science fiction readers. Tolkien is an outstanding example of the genre referred to in this web site as BEYOND THE FIELDS WE KNOW: magical world unconnected to ours S. P. Tollyfield: isfdb lists: * "The Boor's Tusk" [Grotesque, Apr 1993] ed. David Logan, 2.50 Thomas Tolnay: presumably the full name of "Tom Tolnay", below; isfdb lists: * "The Time Wife" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Jan/Feb 1985] ed. T. E. D. Klein, $3.00 Tom Tolnay: presumably the nickname of "Thomas Tolnay", above; isfdb lists: * Celluloid Gangs [Walker, 1990] ISBN 0-8027-5753-7, $17.95, hardcover Tatyana Tolstaya: isfdb lists: * "Date with a Bird" a.k.a. "Rendezvous with a Bird" [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Third Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1990] ISBN 0-312-04447-X, $24.95, hardcover Alexei Tolstoi: isfdb lists: * Aelita: Or the Decline of Mars [Ardis, 1985] ISBN 0-88233-788-2, $7.50, paperback Nikolai Tolstoy (1935-) British nonfiction author (The Quest for Merlin [1985]) descended from Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910), listed here for: * The Founding of Evil Hold School [1968] humorous fantasy * The Coming of the Kings [Bantam UK, 1988] ISBN 0-593-01312-3, 12.95, hardcover Merlin novel, see: King Arthur [Quality Paperback Book Club, 1989] $10.95, trade paperback [Bantam Spectra, 1989] ISBN 0-553-05269-1, $18.95, hardcover [Corgi, 1989] ISBN 0-552-13221-7, 4.99, paperback [Bantam Spectra, 1990] ISBN 0-553-28395-2, $5.95, paperback * Merlin and Arthur [Bantam UK, 1996] hardcover see: King Arthur (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.955; and isfdb) Hung Long Tom: I don't know if this is a genuine oriental name or a risqué pseudonym; isbn lists: * "The Lantern" [Weird Tales, Feb 1934] poetry, ed. Farnsworth Wright, $0.25 Michael D. Toman: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; isfdb lists: * "Shards of Divinity" [Science Fiction Emphasis I, ed. David Gerrold, Ballantine, 1974] ISBN 345-23962-8-125, $1.25, paperback * "Why Tigers Hate Spiders" [Pulphouse, no.6, Winter 1990] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $20.00, hardcover Nikolay Toman: isfdb lists: * "A Debate on Sf - Moscow 1965" [Other Worlds, Other Seas, ed. Darko Suvin, Random House, 1970] hardcover Andrew Tomas: * On the Shores of Endless Worlds [Putnam, 1974] Pete Tombs: editor/critic; isfdb lists: Nonfiction: * Immoral Tales: European Sex and Horror 1956-1984 (co-editor Cathal Tohill, St. Martin's, 1995] ISBN 0-312-13519-X, $17.95, trade paperback * Immoral Tales [ pub?, 1997] John Tomerlin: isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "White Night" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1966] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 Short Nonfiction: * "Introduction to ``The Vanishing American'' [Charles Beaumont: Selected Stories, co-authors Charles Beaumont and Roger Anker, Dark Harvest, 1988] ISBN 0-913165-23-9, $19.95 W. Lee Tomerlin: isfdb lists: * "The Grass, More Green" [Fantastic, Aug 1963] ed. Cele Goldsmith, $0.50 Yoshiyuki Tomino: isfdb lists: * Gundam Mobile Suit #1: Awakening [Ballantine Del Rey, 1990] ISBN 0-345-35738-8, $4.95, paperback * Gundam Mobile Suit #2: Escalation [Ballantine Del Rey, 1990] ISBN 0-345-35739-6, $4.95, paperback * Gundam Mobile Suit #3: Confrontation [Ballantine Del Rey, 1991] ISBN 0-345-35740-X, $4.95, paperback Bruce Tomlin: novelist; isfdb lists: * Beyond the Well [Commonwealth Publications, 1997] ISBN 1-55197-391-X, $4.99, paperback F. Tomline: pseudonym of W. S. Gilbert (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.955) Theresa Tomlinson: Fantasy novelist; isfdb lists: * The Forestwife [Dell Yearling, 1997] ISBN 0-440-41350-8, $3.99, paperback * Dancing Through the Shadows [D. K. Publishing, 1997] ISBN 0-789-42459-2, $14.95, trade paperback David G. Tompkins: Science Fiction editor and "how to" author: Nonfiction Books Edited: * Science Fiction Writer's Market Place and Sourcebook [Writer's Digest Books, 1994] ISBN 0-89879-692-X, $19.99, hardcover Short Nonfiction: * "From the Editor" [Science Fiction Writer's Market Place and Sourcebook] Mark Tompkins: Fantasy/Horror author/poet; isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "The Incantation of Zothos" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Autumn 1989, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, 1989] $3.95 * "The Cloud of Evil" [Sword And Sorceress VII, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1990] ISBN 0-88677-457-8, $4.50, paperback * "On a Night Like Any Other" [Sword And Sorceress IX, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1992] ISBN 0-88677-509-4, $4.50, paperback Poetry: * "Black Moths" [The Silver Web, Spring/Summer 1994] ed. Ann Kennedy, $4.75 R. Michael Tompkins: isfdb lists: * "Hung Jury" [Galaxy, June 1978] ed. John J. Pierce, $1.25 Suzanne Tompkins: fan/biographer: Short Nonfiction: * "Ginjer Buchanan: The Short Version" [The Roots of Fantasy: Myth, Folklore & Archetype, ed. Shelley Dutton Berry, World Fantasy Convention 1989] trade paperback Tonjoroff-Roberts: isfdb lists: * "The Astounding Enemy" [Amazing Stories Quarterly, Winter 1930] ed. Hugo Gernsback Philip Tonkyn: Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [The Hercules Text, Jack McDevitt, Sphere, 1988] ISBN 0-7474-0157-8, 3.50, paperback Mac Tonnies: isfdb lists: * Illumined Black and Other Adventures [Phantom Press, 1995] ISBN 0-9644759-0-1, $9.95, trade paperback, story collection, consisting of: * "The Winter Sirens" * "The Wedding" * "Waiting for Kohoutek" * "The Stadium Uplink" * "Reflections of a Speciman" * "A Night's Chronicle" * "Illumined Black" * "Doing Time" * "Cold Memories" * "Alchemist's Planet" * "Above the Noise" Michael Tooher: isfdb lists: * "Blessed" [Midnight Journeys, eds. Davi Dee and Bill Allen, Ozark Triangle Press, 1995] $9.95, trade paperback Alfred I. Tooke: Fantasy/Horror author and poet; isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "Reaping the Whirlwind" [Amazing, Dec 1930] ed. T. O'Conor Sloane, $0.25 * "The Unveiling" [Weird Tales, Jan 1940] ed. Farnsworth Wright, $0.15 Poetry: * "To a Bullet-Pierced Skull" [Weird Tales, Feb 1934] ed. Farnsworth Wright, $0.25 Richard Tooker: isfdb lists: * "The Green Doom" [Astounding, Dec 1935] ed. F. Orlin Tremaine, $0.20 * "The Song from the Dark Star" [Astounding, Sept 1936] ed. F. Orlin Tremaine, $0.20 * "Antares Tryst" [Amazing Stories, Aug 1937] ed. T. O'Conor Sloane * "Mongrovian Caravan" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Fall 1944] ed. Oscar J. Friend, $0.15 Short Nonfiction: * "Toward the Superman" [Astounding, Mar 1939] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.20 Lorna Toolis: anthologist of CANADA: Anthologies Edited: * Tesseracts 4 [co-editor Michael Skeet, Tesseract Books, 1992] ISBN 0-8878-322-1, $8.95 (Canadian), paperback Short Nonfiction: * "On the Record: Editorial Shoes" [On Spec, Fall 1992] eds. Barry Hammond, Susan MacGregor, Hazel Sangster, Jena Snyder, Diane L. Walton, $4.95 * Forward [Tesseracts 4] Jane Toombs: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Books: * Moonrunner: Under the Shadow [Penguin/Roc, 1992] ISBN 0-451-45171-6, $4.99, paperback * Moonrunner: Gathering Darkness [Penguin/Roc, 1993] ISBN 0-451-45237-2, $4.99, paperback Short Nonfiction: * "Yooper Stew" [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 Robert E. Toomey, Jr.: * A World of Trouble [Ballentine Books, 1973] ISBN 345-03262-4-125, $1.25 Short Fiction (isfdb list): * "Pejorative" [New Worlds, July 1969] ed. Michael Moorcock * "A Skip in Time" [Amazing, May 1970] ed. Ted White, $0.60 * "Directions Into the Darkness" [Fantastic Stories, Aug 1970] ed. Ted White, $0.60 * "Lost in the Marigolds" [Orbit 9, ed. Damon Knight, G. P. Putnam's, 1971] hardcover * "Section-I" [Fantastic, June 1972] ed. Ted White, $0.60 * "The Re-Creation" [100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Doubleday, 1978] hardcover Paul A. Torak: isfdb lists: * "Flight Eighteen" [Thrilling Wonder Stories, Aug 1953] ed. Samuel Mines, $0.25 Roy Torgeson: Science Fiction anthologist: Anthologies Edited (usually wrote introduction and/or afterword): * Other Worlds 1 [Zebra, 1979] ISBN 0-89083-558-6, $2.25, paperback * Chrysalis [Zebra, 1977] paperback * Other Worlds 2 [Zebra, 1980] ISBN 0-89083-584-5, $2.25, paperback * Chrysalis 2 [Zebra, 1978] paperback * Chrysalis 3 [Zebra, 1978] paperback * Chrysalis 4 [Zebra, 1979] paperback * Chrysalis 5 [Zebra, 1979] paperback * Chrysalis 6 [Zebra, 1980] paperback * Chrysalis 7 [Zebra, 1980] paperback * Chrysalis 8 [Doubleday, 1980] ISBN 0-385-17040-8, hardcover * Chrysalis 9 [Doubleday, 1981] hardcover * Chrysalis 10 [Doubleday?, 1983] Tracy Torme: isfdb lists: * Fastwalker [co-author Jacques Vallee, Frog, Ltd., 1996] ISBN 1-883319-43-9, $14.95, trade paperback Kendra Tornheim: Fantasy/Science Fiction poet; isfdb lists: Poetry: * "untitled" [Dreams of Decadence, no.2, Spring/Summer 1996] ed. Angela Kessler, $5.00 Gabe Torok: Gabe Torok Vincent Torre: Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Does Anyone Else Have Something Further to Add?, R. A. Lafferty, Scribner's, 1974] ISBN 0-684-13827-1, $6.95, hardcover * Cover Artwork [Odd Job #101 And Other Future Crimes and Intrigues, Ron Goulart, Scribner's, 1975] ISBN 0-684-13996-0, $6.95, hardcover Jeff Torrington: isfdb lists: * Swing Hammer Swing! [Harcourt Brace/Harvest, 1995] ISBN 0-15-600197-7, $13.00, trade paperback Pel Torro: pseudonym of Robert L. Fanthorpe Burnett R. Toskey: isfdb lists: * Parsnips and Prune Juice: Comic Mayhem in the Year 2049 [University Editions, 1993] ISBN 1-56002-180-2, $8.95, trade paperback as "Burnett Toskey" isfdb lists: {to be done} Brandon W. Totman: Science Fiction poet; isfdb lists: Poetry: * "Down in the Cellar" [Deathrealm, Summer 1996] ed. Mark Rainey, $4.95 as "Brandon Totman" * "How We Are Led to Believe" [Deathrealm, Summer 1995] ed. Mark Rainey, $4.95 [Deathrealm, Autumn 1995] ed. Mark Rainey, $4.95 William F. Touponce: Science Fiction critic and author; attended the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in early-mid 1970s, taking several graduate courses in poetry with Your Humble Webmaster; isfdb lists: * Isaac Asimov [G.K. Hall/Twayne, 1991] nonfiction ISBN 0-8057-7623-0, $19.95, hardcover Mary Tourtel (1874-1930): British comix artist, best known as creator of "Rupert the Bear" (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.955) Shane Tourtellotte: e-mail Shane Tourtellotte Short Fiction: * "Mortal Instruments" [Analog, Feb 1998] * "The Long Way Home" [Analog, July/Aug 1998] * "I Don't Know and I Don't Care" [Analog, Nov 1998] Forthcoming Short Fiction: * "Finding a Voice" [Analog, Jan 1999] Novella * "Image of an Imperfect God" [Analog, 1999] Brendon Towle: Science Fiction critic; isfdb lists: * "Coherent Hypertext: Labels in the Hypertext Maze" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Dec 1996] $3.50 Scott L. Towner: Science Fiction author and poet; isfdb lists: * "The Endless Throop" [Analog, Apr 1996] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $2.95 Poetry: * "Below Surfaceworld" [Isaac Asimov's, Mid-Dec 1991] ed. Gardner Dozois, $2.50 * "Frankenstein's Ode to His Bride" [Asimov's, Nov 1993] ed. Gardner Dozois, $3.95 * "Curse of Bruce Boston's Wife" [Asimov's, Feb 1995] ed. Gardner Dozois, $2.95 Robert Sherman Townes: isfdb lists: * "Problem for Emmy" [Startling Stories, June 1952] ed. Samuel Mines, $0.25 [erroneously listed as by "Robert Sherma Townes" in isfdb: SF Thinking Machines, ed. Groff Conklin, Vanguard, 1954] hardcover [Selections from Science Fiction Thinking Machines, ed. Groff Conklin, Bantam, 1955] paperback * "Time and Place" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1954] ed. Anthony Boucher, $0.35 Graham Townsend: Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [The Children of the Wind, Geraldine Harris, Greenwillow Books, 1982] ISBN 0-688-01797-5, $9.50, hardcover John Rowe Townsend: Fantasy novelist; isfdb lists: * Noah's Castle [Puffin, 1975] 0-14-031294-3, 0.75, paperback * The Persuading Stick [Morrow/Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1987] ISBN 0-688-07260-7, $10.25, hardcover Sue Townsend: Fantasy novelist; isfdb lists: * The Queen and I [Methuen, 1992] ISBN 0-413-65000-6, 9.99, hardcover Tom Townsend: Science Fiction novelist; isfdb lists: * Panzer Spirit [Pageant, 1988] ISBN 0-517-00819-X, $2.95, paperback * The Ghost Flyers [Eakin Press, 1994] ISBN 0-89015-897-5, $11.95, hardcover Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Walter Odin Tracy: isfdb lists: * Operation Cosmos [Vantage Press, 1992] ISBN 0-533-09678-2, $16.95, hardcover Arthur Train & Robert W. Wood: * The Man Who Rocked the Earth [Doubleday, 1915] * The Moon Maker [Krueger, 1958; Dawn Press] Georg Trakl (1887-1914): poet of AUSTRIA listed by isfdb only for: Poetry: * "Untergang/Decline" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, ed. Lee Ballentine, Ocean View Books, 1989] ISBN 0-938075-05-5, trade paperback ISBN 0-938075-08-X, $24.95, hardcover * "Klage/Lament" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, ed. Lee Ballentine, Ocean View Books, 1989] ISBN 0-938075-05-5, trade paperback ISBN 0-938075-08-X, $24.95, hardcover Robert Tralins: * Android Armageddon [Pinnacle, 1974] * The Cosmozoids [Belmont, 1966; Tower] C. J. Tramontana: isfdb lists: * Torg: The Possibility Wars Book One: Storm Knights [co-author William Slavicsek, West End, 1990] ISBN 0-87431-301-5, $4.95, paperback Jarrett Trane: isfdb lists: * "I Think I Scan" [Selling Venus, ed. Cecilia Tan, Circlet Press, 1995] ISBN 1-885865-05-8, $9.95, trade paperback Jacob Transue: pseudonym of Joan Matheson: * Twilight of the Basilisks [Berkley, 1973] Short Fiction: * "This Corruptible" [Orbit 4, ed. Damon Knight, G. P. Putnam's, 1968] hardcover [Panther, 1972] ISBN 0-586-03660-1, 0.30, paperback Edward R. Trapnell: science writer; isfdb lists: * "First Atomic Pile" [Astounding, Dec 1951] nonfiction, ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.35 Tom Traub: isfdb lists: * "This House" [The Silver Web, Winter/Spring 1993] ed. Ann Kennedy, $4.75 * "Dr. Max Gets His Questions Asked" [Spec-Lit, ed. Phyllis Eisenstein] $6.95 Jodie Traugott: Fantasy illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Winds of Dawn, Deborah Potter, Mythspinner Press, 1996] ISBN 1-888289-09-0, $12.95, paperback Ben Traven, a.k.a. Bruno Traven: pseudonym of Berick Traven Torsvan (1890-1969): Mysterious novelist, possibly born in Chicago, parents possibly of Norwegian ancestry; died in Mexico City; 1918-1919 active in German Communist Party; 1923 odd jobs in South America: * Das Totenschiff [1926; as "The Death Ship", 1934] men with no documentation escape bureaucrats to horrific Hell-ship * Der Schatz der Sierra Madre [1927; as "The Treasure of Sierra Madre", 1956] filmed by Director John Huston, starring Bogart * Der Banditendoktor [1954] * The Night Visitor [1967] story collection isfdb only lists, as "B. Traven": Short Fiction: * "The Third Guest" [Fantastic, Mar-Apr 1953] ed. Howard Browne, $0.35 [Fantastic Stories, May 1966] ed. Sol Cohen, $0.50 * "Sun Creation" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, April 1964] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 P. L. Travers, full name Pamela Lyndon Travers, pseudonym of writer/actress in Australia Helen Lyndon Goff (1899-1996): * The "Mary Poppins" books: * Mary Poppins [1934, revised 1981] * Mary Poppins Comes Back [1935] * Mary Poppins Opens the Door [1943] * Mary Poppins in the Park [1952] * Mr. Wiggs' Birthday Party, a Story from Mary Poppins [1952] * The Magic Compass, a Story from Mary Poppins [1953] chapbook * Mary Poppins from A to Z [1962] * Mary Poppins in the Kitchen: A Cookery Book with a Story [1975] co-author Maurice Moore-Betty * Mary Poppins in Cherry Tree Lane [1982] * Mary Poppins and the House Next Door [1989] * Happy Ever After [1940] chapbook * I Go By Sea, I Go By Land [1941] * The Fox in the Manger [1962] chapbook, fox meets baby Jesus * In Search of the Hero: The Continuing Relevance of Myth and Fairy Tale [1970] lecture and chapbook * Friend Monkey [1971] monkey god Hanuman visits London * Two Pairs of Shoes: Folk Tales [1980] story collection * What the Bee Knows: Reflections on Myth, Symbol and Story [1989] essays (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.961) Don Traverso: isfdb lists: * "All Fall Down" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, July/Aug 1984] ed. T. E. D. Klein, $2.50 * "The Funeral Party" [Aberrations, May 1992] ed. Jon L. Herron, $3.50 {isfdb misspells magazine title} * "Black Sheets of Rain" [Midnight Zoo, vol.2,no.2, 1992] ed. Jon L. Herron, $6.25 J. J. Travis: isfdb lists: * "Halloween in Arkham" [Eldritch Tales, no.13, 1987] ed. Crispin Burnham, $6.00 Julie Travis: isfdb lists: * "The Guinea Worm" [The Third Alternative, Winter 1994] ed. Andy Cox, 2.50 Tia Travis: isfdb lists: * "The Weepin' Tree" [Young Blood, ed. Mike Baker, New York: Zebra Books, 1994] ISBN 0-821-74498-4, $4.50 ($5.50 Canadian), paperback * "The Sad Story of Billy Psych-Out and the Psyched-Out Encyclopedia of Rock 'n' Roll" [Shock Rock II, ed. Jeff Gelb, Pocket, 1994] ISBN 0-671-87088-2, $5.50, paperback Theresa M. Treadway: isfdb lists: * "Appropriate Punishment" [Worlds of If, Nov 1969] ed. Ejler Jakobsson, $0.60 Henry Treece (1911-1966): British author who, as follower of Herbert Read and the New Apocalypse Movement, promulgated the idea that the poet had responsibilities as Bard: * I Cannot Go Hunting Tomorrow: Short Stories [1946] * Legions of the Eagle [1954] Arthurian fantasy * Ask for King Billy [1955] * Viking's Dawn [1955] * The Green Man [Putnam, 1966; Paperback Library] Arthurian fantasy * Golden Strangers [Random House, 1956] Prehistoric fantasy a.k.a. The Invaders [Avon, 1960] * The Great Captains [1956] Arthurian fantasy * The Road to Miklagard [1957] * The Dream Time [1957] * Red Queen, White Queen [1958] Boadicea * The Return of Robinson Crusoe [1958] * The Golden One [1961] * The Burning of Njal [1963] * The Last of the Vikings [1964] * The Windswept City [1967] * Vinland the Great [1967] * The Invaders: Three Stories [1972] story collection * The Greek Trilogy: * Jason [Random House, 1961; Signet; Paperback Library] * Electra [1963] * Oedipus [1964] Biography: * Henry Treece, by Margery Fisher [1969] S. J. Treibich: see co-author Laurence Janifer: * the "Angelo di Stefano" series (all with co-author Laurence Janifer): * Target: Terra [New York: Ace, 1968] * The High Hex [New York: Ace, 1969] * The Wagered World [New York: Ace, 1969] F. Orlin Tremaine: editor of Astounding Science Fiction magazine: isfdb lists as "Orlin Tremaine": Short Fiction (18): * "The Upper Level Road" [Astounding, Aug 1935] ed. F. Orlin Tremaine, $0.20 [Best of Science Fiction, ed. Groff Conklin, Crown, 1946] $3.50, hardcover * "Liquid Power" [Astounding, July 1935] * "World of Purple Light" [Astounding, Dec 1936] * "White Adventure" [Astounding, Apr 1936] * "Strange City" [Astounding, Jan 1936] * "Glagula" [Astounding], June 1936] * "Follow the Rocket Train" [Astounding, Sep 1936] * "Desert City" [Astounding, Mar 1937] ed. F. Orlin Tremaine, $0.20 * "Winter on the Planet" [Astounding, Apr 1937] ed. F. Orlin Tremaine, $0.20 * "Australano" [Astounding, July 1936] ed. F. Orlin Tremaine, $0.20 * "Other Space" [Astounding, May 1937] ed. F. Orlin Tremaine, $0.20 * "Marinorro" [Astounding, Nov 1937] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.20 * "Vibratory" [Astounding, Mar 1938] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.20 * "Resilient Planet" [Astounding, Aug 1938] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.20 * "Ormoly of Roonerion" [Astounding, Jan 1938] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.20 * "The Blue-Men of Yrano" [Astounding, Jan 1939] ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.20 * "Jalu of Radiant Valley" [Fantastic Adventures, Mar 1940] ed. B. G. Davis, $0.20 isfdb lists as "F. Orlin Tremaine": * "True Confession" [The Coming of the Robots, ed. Sam Moskowitz, Collier Books, 1963] paperback Peter Tremayne, pseudonym of British author and Celtic scholar Peter Berresford Ellis (1943-): author of 30+ books: * earlier than 1984 {to be done} * Raven of Destiny [Methuen, 1984] ISBN 0-413-54590-3, 8.95, hardcover * Zombie! [St. Martin's, 1987] ISBN 0-312-90923-3, $2.95, paperback * Trollnight [Sphere, 1987] ISBN 0-7221-8608-8, 2.75, paperback [Severn House, 1995] ISBN 0-7278-4834-8, 15.99, hardcover * Nicor! [Sphere, 1987] ISBN 0-7221-8609-6, 2.50, paperback * Ravenmoon [Methuen, 1988] ISBN 0-413-16360-1, 11.95, hardcover [Mandarin, 1989] ISBN 0-7493-0037-X, 3.50, paperback * Bloodmist [Baen, 1988] ISBN 0-671-65425-X, $3.50, paperback * Swamp [St. Martin's, 1989] ISBN 0-312-91460-1, $3.50, paperback [Severn House, 1993] ISBN 0-7278-4510-1, 13.00, hardcover * Island of Shadows [Mandarin, 1991] ISBN 0-7493-0907-5, 3.99, paperback * Angelus! [Severn House, 1991] ISBN 0-7278-4161-0, 11.99, hardcover * Snowbeast! [Severn House, 1992] ISBN 0-7278-4333-8, 13.00, hardcover * Kiss of the Cobra [Severn House, 1994] ISBN 0-7278-4672-8, 14.99, hardcover Short Fiction: * "The Last Gift" [Scare Care, ed. Graham Masterton, Tor, 1989] ISBN 0-312-93156-5, $19.95, hardcover * "The Hudolion" [Eldritch Tales, no.10, 1984] ed. Crispin Burnham, $6.00 * "The Mongfind" [Weirdbook, Autumn 1990] ed. W. Paul Ganley, $6.00 * "The Oath of the Saxon" [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 * "The Temptations of Merlin" [The Merlin Chronicles, ed. Mike Ashley, Raven, 1995] ISBN 1-85487-332-6, trade paperback [Carroll & Graf, 1995] ISBN 0-7867-0275-3, $12.95, trade paperback * "The Poisoned Chalice" [Classical Whodunnits: Murder and Mystery from Ancient Greece and Rome, ed. Mike Ashley, Past Times, 1996] ISBN 1-85487-463-2, trade paperback [Robinson, 1996] ISBN 1-85487-463-2, trade paperback * "The Magic Bowl" [The Chronicles of the Holy Grail, ed. Mike Ashley, Carroll & Graf, 1996] ISBN 0-7867-0363-6, $12.95, trade paperback [Raven, 1996] 5.99 * "The Banquet of Death" [Classical Stories: Heroic Tales from Ancient Greece and Rome, ed. Mike Ashley, Past Times, 1996] ISBN 1-85487-462-4, trade paperback * "Knight of the Golden Collar" [The Chronicles of the Round Table, ed. Mike Ashley, Caroll & Graf, 1997] ISBN 0-7867-0464-0, $12.95, trade paperback [Robinson, 1997] ISBN 1-85487-953-7, 5.99, trade paperback [Past Times, 1997] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, pp.962-963; and isfdb) Don Trembath: Science Fiction illustrator active in early 1960s; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Galaxy, June 1962] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.50 Francine Tremblay: isfdb lists: * "Une Amitié renversante" [imagine, 1995] $6.00(Canadian) Elizabeth A. Trembley: Science Fiction critic; isfdb lists: * Michael Crichton: A Critical Companion [Greenwood Press, 1996] nonfiction ISBN 0-313-29414-3, $29.95, hardcover J. J. Trembly: isfdb lists: * "The Amphibious Cavalry Gap" [Analog, Feb 1974] ed. Ben Bova, $0.60 Jan Trenholm: isfdb lists: * "Julie" [Worlds of If, Sep/Oct 1974] ed. James Baen Elleston Trevor: isfdb lists: Books: * The Sibling [Jove, 1989] ISBN 0-515-09827-2, $3.95, paperback Meriol Trevor, full name Lucy Meriol Trevor (1919-): British Fantasy author (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.963) Philip or Phillip Trewinnard: as "Philip Trewinnard": isfdb lists: Books: * The Burning [Gollancz, 1995] ISBN 0-575-06057-3, 5.99, paperback as "Phillip Trewinnard": isfdb lists: Books: * The Pastor [Gollancz, 1997] ISBN 0-575-06396-3, 16.99, hardcover Roger Dale Trexler: isfdb lists: * "Bedlam" [The Sterling Web, Spring 1990] ed. Ann Kennedy, $4.75 * "The Train People" [Eldritch Tales, Winter 1993] ed. Crispin Burnham, $6.00 Loretta Trezzo: Science Fiction/Fantasy illustrator active in 1980s-1990s; cover art for Sturgeon and Silverberg books: Loretta Trezzo @isfdb Rawlin Trial: isfdb lists: * "Ghosts" [Keen Science Fiction!, Apr 1996] ed. Teresa Keene, $4.00 Bjo Trimble: married to Louis Trimble; Nonfiction Books: * Star Trek Concordance [pub?, 1995] Short Nonfiction: * "My Life Among the Stars: The Cage" [Galaxy, no.2, 1994] ed. E. J. Gold, $2.50 * "Man Trap" [Galaxy, no.3, 1994] ed. E. J. Gold, $2.50 * "The City on the Edge of Forever" [Galaxy, no.4, 1994] ed. E. J. Gold, $2.50 * "My Life Among the Stars" [Galaxy, no.5, 1994] ed. E. J. Gold, $2.50 * "My Life Among the Stars" [Galaxy, no.6, 1994] ed. E. J. Gold, $2.50 * "Trek Diary" [Galaxy, no.8, 1995] ed. E. J. Gold, $2.50 * "My Life Among the Stars" [Galaxy, no.7, 1995] ed. E. J. Gold, $2.50 Louis Trimble: married to Bjo Trimble * Anthropol [Ace, 1968] * The Bodelan Way [Daw, 1974] * The City Machine [Daw, 1972] * Guardians of the Gate [Ace, 1972] co-author J. Trimble * The Noblest Experiment in the Galaxy [Ace, 1970] * The Wandering Variables [Daw, 1972] Short Fiction (as of 5 Sep 1998, isfdb lists none of the books, but does list): * "Probability" [Worlds of If, Apr 1954] ed. James L. Quinn, $0.35 Jo Anne Trinkle: Fantasy/Science Fiction poet; isfdb lists: * "A River Unseen" [Pirate Writings, no.9, 1996] poetry, ed. Edward J. McFadden, $4.95 Stephanie Tripp: isfdb lists: * "The Discovery of Earth" [Galaxy, Apr 1974] ed. Ejler Jakobsson, $0.75 Larry Tritten: prolific short story author, at least 35 fiction publications; isfdb lists: * "West is West" [Worlds of If, Aug 1968] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.60 * "The Star Sneak" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1974] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 * "Final Cut" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1976] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.00 * "Playback" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1979] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.25 * "The Land of the Great Horse Laughs" [Isaac Asimov's, June 1980] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.50 * "Taste Taste" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1981] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.50 * "Three Bananas" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Mar 1982] ed. T. E. D. Klein, $2.00 * "Green Roses" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1983] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "Play It Again, Sam" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1984] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "The Grey Lawns Cold" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Nov/Dec 1984] ed. T. E. D. Klein, $2.50 * "Flecks of Gold" [Weird Tales, Fall 1984] ed. Gordon M. D. Garb, $2.50 * "Exit Laughing" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1984] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "The Science Fiction Book of Lists" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1985] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "The Fine Art of Dreaming" [Weird Tales, Winter 1985] ed. Gordon M. D. Garb, $2.95 [Pulphouse, no. 11: Spring 1991] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $20.00, hardcover [The Silver Web, no.14, 1997] ed. Ann Kennedy, $5.95 * "Turning Off" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1986] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "Televisionaries" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Jan/Feb 1986] ed. Michael Blaine, $2.50 * "Serendipity" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1986] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "In Video Veritas" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1987] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "The Dead Woods" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1987] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "A Science Fiction Reader's Guide to the Universe" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1989] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $2.00 * "Corrigan's Homunculi" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1989] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $2.00 * "The Date" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1990] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $2.00 * "Crossweird Puzzle" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1990] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $2.00 * "Travels with Harry" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1991] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.50 * "Necessity Is The Mother of Invention..." [Amazing, Nov 1991] ed. Kim Mohan, $3.95 * "The Lord of the Land Beyond (Book One)" [Asimov's, Nov 1992] ed. Gardner Dozois, $3.95 * "Hickory Dickory Doc" [Pulphouse, July 1992] ed. Dean Wesley Smith, $3.95 * "The Potable Zombie" [The Ultimate Zombie, eds. Byron Preiss and John Betancourt, Dell, 1993] ISBN 0-440-50534-8, $11.95, trade paperback * "In the Realm of Pure Thought" [Amazing, Feb 1993] ed. Kim Mohan, $3.95 * "TV 2001" [Interzone, Mar 1994] eds. David Pringle and Lee Montgomerie, 2.50 * "Let Me Count the Ways" [Universe 3, eds. Karen Haber and Robert Silverberg, Bantam, 1994] ISBN 0-553-56580-X, $5.99 * "Images of Love" [Sword And Sorceress XI, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, Daw, 1994] ISBN 0-88677-614-7, $4.99, paperback * "But No Cigar" [Pulphouse, no.19, 1995] ed. Dean Wesley Smith, $4.95 * "The Bird of Time" [Pirate Writings, Spring 1995] ed. Edward J. McFadden, $4.99 * "Painbird, Painbird, Fly Away Home" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1998]ed. Gordon Van Gelder, $3.50 Short Nonfiction: * "My Darkest Fantasy: Terror from the Postal Zone" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, July/Aug 1985] ed. T. E. D. Klein, $2.50 * "Classified Ads" [Pulphouse, Sept/Oct 1992] ed. Dean Wesley Smith, $3.95 Yves Troendle: poetry translator from French to English of Tristan Tzara, Poetry by ristan Tzara in Translation by Yves Troendle: * "Yellow Cold" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, ed. Lee Ballentine, Ocean View Books, 1989] ISBN 0-938075-05-5, trade paperback ISBN 0-938075-08-X, $24.95, hardcover * "Precise" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, 1989] * "Optimism Unveiled" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, 1989] * "Midnight Salts" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, 1989] * "Great Complaint Against My Obscurity III" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, 1989] Joseph Troffimoff: Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Ghost Seas, Steven Utley, Ticonderoga Publications, 1997] ISBN 0-9586856-1-4, $16.95 (Australian), trade paperback Jean-Marie Troillard: Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [More Tales of Pirx the Pilot, Stanislaw Lem, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1982] ISBN 0-15-162138-1, $11.95, hardcover Pat Troise: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; isfdb lists: * "Natasha's Lot" [Amazing Stories, Fall 1994] ed. Kim Mohan, $3.95 Jim Trombetta: * Review [Weird Tales from Shakespeare, eds. Martin H. Greenberg and Katherine Kerr, pub?, 1995] in [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Oct 1995] Dietmar Trommeshauser: Member, Horror Writers of America Dietmar Trommeshauser Alan Tromp: sci-fi film critic; isfdb lists: * "The Incredible Fifties Film Quiz, or, Attack of the Brain-Twisting Movie Trivia" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, May/June 1986] ed. Michael Blaine, $2.50 see: SF Films of the 1950s: List, links to reviews Susan Trott: isfdb lists: * "Donny Baby" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1967] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 Don Trotter: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; isfdb lists: * "Marsman Meets the Almighty" [Galaxy, Feb 1975] ed. James Baen, $0.75 * "Call Me Maelzel" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1976] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.00 * "The Purblind People" [Galaxy, Apr 1978] ed. John J. Pierce, $1.25 William R. Trotter: isfdb lists: * "A Pinch of Snuff" [Deathrealm, Fall/Winter 1990] ed. Mark Rainey, $4.00 * "The Boss of the Seventh Level" [Deathrealm, Spring 1992] ed. Mark Rainey, $4.00 * "Big Game" [Deathrealm, Autumn 1996] ed. Mark Rainey, $4.95 isfdb lists as "William Trotter": * "The Siren of Swan Quarter" [Deathrealm, Winter 1993] ed. Mark Rainey, $4.95 Kilgore Trout: fictional character created by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., and then used as pseudonym of book series by Philip Jose Farmer Bob Trowbridge: isfdb lists: * "Science, Technology, and Lovers" [Analog, July 1984] nonfiction, ed. Stanley Schmidt, $1.75 Christine Watson Trowbridge: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America no known web page Dave Trowbridge: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Dave Trowbridge Books: * Ruler of Naught [co-author Sherwood Smith, Tor, 1993] ISBN 0-812-52025-4, $4.50, paperback * The Phoenix in Flight [co-author Sherwood Smith, Tor, 1993] ISBN 0-812-52024-6, $4.99, paperback * A Prison Unsought [co-author Sherwood Smith, Tor, 1994] ISBN 0-812-52026-2, $4.50, paperback * The Rifter's Covenant [co-author Sherwood Smith, Tor, 1995] ISBN 0-812-52027-0, $4.99, paperback * The Thrones of Kronos [co-author Sherwood Smith, Tor, 1996] ISBN 0-812-52028-9, $5.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Suraki" [A Starfarer's Dozen: Stories of Things to Come, ed. Michael Stearns, Harcourt Brace & Company, 1995] ISBN 0-15-299871-3, $17.00, hardcover e-mail Dave Trowbridge Conan T. Troy: isfdb lists: * "The Conjurer of Venus" [Planet Stories, Nov 1952] ed. Jack O'Sullivan, $0.25 Steve Troyanovich: Science Fiction poet; isfdb lists: * "Starwomb" [Weirdbook, Autumn 1990] ed. W. Paul Ganley, $6.00 Jean-Louis Trudel (1967-): Science Fiction author of CANADA; Winner of 1994, 1996, 1997 Aurora Awards; born in Toronto; B.Sc. (Honours) Physics 1990 U. Ottowa; M.Sc. Astronomy 1991 U. Toronto; M.A. History and Philosophy of Science and Technology 1995 U. Toronto; Books: * Les rescapés de Serendib [Médiaspaul, 1995] ISBN 2-89420-301-2, paperback * Le prisonnier de Serendib [Médiaspaul, 1995] ISBN 2-89420-302-0, paperback * Les princes de Serendib [Médiaspaul, 1996] ISBN 2-89420-332-2, paperback * Des colons pour Serendib [Médiaspaul, 1996] ISBN 2-89420-333-0, paperback * Fièvres sur Serendib [Médiaspaul, 1996] ISBN 2-89420-358-6, paperback * Un trésor sur Serendib [Médiaspaul, 1994] ISBN 2-89420-262-8, paperback * Pour des soleils froids [Fleuve Noir, 1994] ISBN 2-265-00396-4, paperback * Le Ressuscité de l'Atlantide [Fleuve Noir, 1994] ISBN 2-265-05128-4 * Aller simple pour Saguenal [Médiaspaul, 1994] ISBN 2-89420-204-0, paperback * Les Voleurs de mémoire [Médiaspaul, 1995] ISBN 2-89420-278-4, paperback * Un été à Nigelle [Médiaspaul, 1997] ISBN 2-89420-086-2, paperback * Un printemps à Nigelle [Médiaspaul, 1997] ISBN 2-89420-082-X, paperback * Un hiver à Nigelle [Médiaspaul, 1997] ISBN 2-89420-103-6, paperback Short Fiction: * "Proscripts of Gehenna" [Tesseracts 3, eds. Candas Jane Dorsey and Gerry Truscott, Porcepic Press, 1991] ISBN 0-88878-290-X, $7.95, trade paperback * "Remember, the Dead Say" [Tesseracts 4, eds. Lorna Toolis and Michael Skeet, Tesseract Books, 1992] ISBN 0-8878-322-1, $8.95 (Canadian), paperback [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 Falafel Is Better in Ottawa" [Ark of Ice: Canadian Futurefiction, ed. Lesley Choyce, Canada: Pottersfield Press, 1992] ISBN 0-019001-73-4, $14.95, paperback * "Stella Nova" [On Spec, Spring 1994] eds. Steve Fahnestalk, Barry Hammond, Susan MacGregor, Diane L. Walton, $4.95 * "Lamente-toi, Sagesse!" [Genèses, ed. Ayerdhal, J'ai lu, 1996] ISBN 2-290-04279-X, paperback * "Les codes de l'honneur" [Concerto pour six voix, ed. Daniel Sernine, Médiaspaul, 1997] ISBN 2-89420-092-7, paperback Short Nonfiction: * "The Quebec Scene" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Sep 1993] $3.00 * "French SF and SF in French: A Primer" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Dec 1995] Kathy Ann Trueman: isfdb lists: * "The Sow's Ear" [Sword And Sorceress XI, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Daw, 1994] ISBN 0-88677-614-7, $4.99, paperback Peter Trueman: Science Fiction author of AUSTRALIA; isfdb lists: * "The Hunt" [Aurealis, no.2, 1990] eds. Stephen Higgins and Dirk Strasser, $6.95 (Australian) David Allen Truesdale: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America David Allen Truesdale@sff.net David A. Truesdale @sff.net, according to SF Site e-mail David Allen Truesdale Tim Truman: Fantasy/Horror author/illustrator; isfdb lists: Books Co-Written: * Jonah Hex: Two-gun Mojo (co-author Joe R. Lansdale) [D.C./Vertigo, 1994] ISBN 1-56389-162-X, $12.95, trade paperback Cover Artwork: * Cover [Dead Man's Hand, George R. R. Martin and John J. Miller, Bantam Books, 1990] ISBN 0-553-28569-6, $4.95, paperback * Cover [Dealers Choice, George R. R. Martin, Bantam Books, 1992] ISBN 0-553-29161-0, $5.99, paperback * Cover [Jonah Hex: Two-gun Mojo, 1994] Harry Trumbore: Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Automated Alice, Jeff Noon, Crown, 1996] ISBN 0-517-70490-0, $21.00, hardcover Gerry Truscott: Science Fiction author/anthologist of CANADA; isfdb lists: Anthologies Edited: * Tesseracts 3: Canadian Science Fiction [co-anthologist Candas Jane Dorsey, Victoria: Porcepic Press, 1991] ISBN 0-88878-290-X, $7.95, trade paperback Short Fiction: * "Cee" [Tesseracts, ed. Judith Merril, Victoria: Press Porcepic, 1985] ISBN 0-88878-242-X, $9.95 (Canadian), paperback Short Nonfiction: * Foreword [Tesseracts 3, 1991] John Trushell: Science Fiction critic; isfdb lists: * "A Postmodern (Re)Turn to Forbidden Planet" [Foundation, no. 69, Spring 1997] ed. Edward James * "Interactive Games and Other Fairy Tales: Or, Player(s) in Search of Authority" [Foundation, no. 70, Summer 1997] ed. Edward James Thomas Tryon (1926-1991): actor/author * The Other [1971] bestselling novel, adapted by author into screenplay {film hotlink to be done} * Harvest Home [1973; Coronet, 1988] ISBN 0-340-18811-1, 3.50, paperback * Lady [1974] * All That Glitters [1986] story collection * The Night of the Moonbow [1988; Coronet, 1991] ISBN 0-340-53551-2, 4.50, paperback * Opal and Cupid [1990] juvenile * The Wings of Morning [1990] * Night Magic [Simon & Schuster, 1995] ISBN 0-684-80393-3, $23.00, hardcover isfdb lists as by "Tom Tryon" Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Eric Tsang: Science Fiction novelist; isfdb lists: * The Solar Wind [The Book Guild, 1991] ISBN 0-86332-617-X, 12.95, hardcover Robert D. Tschirgi: isfdb lists: * "Singular Case of Extreme Electrolyte Balance Associated with Folie a Deux" [11th Annual Edition: The Year's Best S-F, ed. Judith Merril, Delacorte, 1966] fiction disguised as nonfiction; hardcover L. R. Tschirky: Fantasy illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [Without Sorcery, Theodore Sturgeon, Prime Press, 1948] $3.00, hardcover Jean Tseng: Fantasy illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [The Ghost Fox, Laurence Yep, Scholastic, 1994] ISBN 0-590-47204-6, $13.95, hardcover; co-artist Mou-sien Tseng Mou-sien Tseng: Fantasy illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover Artwork [The Ghost Fox, Laurence Yep, Scholastic, 1994] ISBN 0-590-47204-6, $13.95, hardcover; co-artist Jean Tseng Konstantin E. Tsiolkovsky (1857-1935): the Russian "the Father of Space Rocketry", also a science fiction novelist: * 1892 his first science fiction story "On the Moon" in a Moscow magazine * 1895 his second science fiction story "Dreams of the Earth and the Sky and the Effects of Universal Gravitation" and describes in fiction an artificial satellite -- the predecessor of Sputnik, as it were Yasutaka Tsutsui: isfdb lists: * "Standing Woman" [The Best of Omni Science Fiction, No. 6, ed. Don Myrus, Omni, 1983] $4.50 Alexis N. Tsvetikov: isfdb lists: * "The Cosmic Philosophy of K. E. Tsiolkovsky" {nonfiction} [Worlds of If, Sep 1969] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.60 Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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E. C. Tubb, British author (1919-) also writes as Gregory Kern E.C. Tubb * Best known for the "Dumarest of Terra" series, which includes: * The Winds of Gath [Ace, 1967] * Derai [Ace, 1968] * Toyman [Ace, 1969] * Kalin [Ace, 1969] * The Jester at Scar [Ace, 1970] * Lallia [Ace, 1971] * Technos [Ace, 1972] * Veruchia [Ace, 1973] * Mayenne [Daw, 1973] * Jondelle [Daw, 1973] * Zenya [Daw, 1974] * Eloise [Daw, 1975] * Eye of the Zodiac [Daw, 1975] * Jack of Swords [Daw, 1976] * Spectrum of a Forgotten Sun [Daw, 1976] * Haven of Darkness [Daw, 1977] * Prison of Night [Daw, 1977] * Incident on Ath [Daw, 1978] * others after July 1978: {to be done} * Other science fiction novels include: * Alien Dust [Avalon, 1957] * Century of the Manikin [Daw, 1972] * C.O.D. Mars [Ace, 1968] * Death is a Dream [Ace, 1967] * The Mechanical Monarch [Ace, 1958] * Moon Base [Ace, 1964] * A Scatter of Stardust [Ace, 1972] 8 stories * S.T.A.R. Flight [Paberback Library, 1969; Warner] * The Space Born [Ace, 1956; Avon] * 16 (?) books in the "Cap Kennedy" series under pseudonym Gregory Kent * several books in the "Space 1999" series including: * #1: Breakaway [Pocket, 1975] * #4: Collision Course [Pocket, 1976] * #7: Alien Seed [Pocket, 1976] * #9: Rogue Planet [Pocket, 1976] William Tucci: William Tucci @ Dragon*Con Artist for "Shi", publisher of "Crusade Comics" Mitch Tuchman: science fiction film critic; isfdb lists: * "The Arts: Film" [Omni, May 1981] * "The Arts: Film" [Omni, Dec 1981] * "The Arts: Film" [Omni, May 1983] * "The Arts: Film" [Omni, June 1983] * "The Arts: Film" [Omni, Oct 1983] * "The Arts: Film" [Omni, Nov 1983] Donald H. Tuck: science fiction biographer/bibliographer; the following 3-volume nonfiction work is gratefully acknowledged as one of the many sources of facts (NOT copyrighted text) in this web domain: * A Handbook of Science Fiction and Fantasy [1954] * Volume 1: Who's Who, A-L [1974] * Volume 2: Who's Who, M-Z [1978] * Volume 3: Miscellaneous [1983] Short Nonfiction: * "Robert Silverberg Bibliography" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1974] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 Chris Tucker: science writer; isfdb lists: * "Mind: Dream Conceptions" [Omni, Aug 1981] nonfiction, eds. Ben Bova and Robert Sheckley, $2.00 Dennis Tucker: isfdb lists: * "Probability Zero: The Green Sphere" [Astounding, Nov 1942] pseudo-nonfiction, ed. John W. Campbell, Jr., $0.25 Drew Tucker: Fantasy/Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover [The World of Darkness: On a Darkling Plane, Richard Lee Byers, White Wolf, 1995] ISBN 1-56504-844-X, $5.99, trade paperback * Cover [As One Dead, Don Bassingthwaite and Nancy Kilpatrick, White Wolf, 1996] ISBN 1-56504-875-X, $5.99, paperback Ernest Tucker: isfdb lists: * "The Gladiators" [Startling Stories, Jan 1943] ed. Oscar J. Friend, $0.15 James Tucker: isfdb lists: * "The Man Who Lived in Kaleidoscopic Glass" [Other Worlds 2, ed. Roy Torgeson, Zebra, 1980] ISBN 0-89083-584-5, $2.25, paperback * "Alas, My Love, You Do Me Wrong" [Dragons of Darkness, ed. Orson Scott Card, Ace, 1981] ISBN 0-441-16662-8, $6.95, trade paperback Jonathan B. Tucker: science writer; isfdb lists: * "An End to Pain" [Omni, Feb 1979] nonfiction, eds. Frank Kendig and Ben Bova, $2.00 Louis Tucker: isfdb lists: * "The Cubic City" [Science Wonder Stories, Sep 1929] ed. Hugo Gernsback, $0.25 [Startling Stories, Sep 1942] ed. Oscar J. Friend, $0.15 [as "Louis D. Tucker", From Off This World, ed. Leo Margulies, pub?, date?] [as "Louis D. Tucker", Gosh! Wow!, ed. Forrest J. Ackerman, Bantam, 1982] paperback Sharon Tucker: isfdb lists: * "Primate" [Vertex, Oct 1974] ed. Donald J. Pfeil, $1.50 Wallace Tucker: isfdb lists: * "Stars: Superbubbles" [Omni, Feb 1982] Nonfiction, ed. Ben Bova, $2.50 [Arthur] Wilson Tucker, known as Bob Tucker: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America "The Year of the Quiet Sun" (1970) is selected and praised in "Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels" by David Pringle other books include: * The City in the Sea [Rinehart, 1951; Galaxy #11, 1952] see Undersea Science Fiction * Ice and Iron [Doubleday, 1974; Science Fiction Book Club; revised edition Ballentine Books] * The Lincoln Hunters [Rinehart, 1958; Science Fiction Book Club; Ace] * The Long Loud Silence [Rinehart, 1952; Science Fiction Book Club; Dell; Lancer] * The Science Fiction Subtreasury [Rinehart, 1954] 11 stories a.k.a. Time: X [Bantam, 1955] 10 stories * The Time Masters [Rinehart, 1953; Signet; revised edition Science Fiction Book Club; Lancer] * Time Bomb [Rinehart, 1955; Science Fiction Book Club] a.k.a. Tomorrow Plus X [Avon, 1957] * Wild Talent [Rinehart, 1954; Science Fiction Book Club; Avon] a.k.a. Man from Tomorrow [Bantam, 1955] * The Warlock [Avon, 1970] * This Witch [Doubleday, 1971] e-mail Bob Tucker Don Tuite: isfdb lists: * "The Cerebrated Jumping Frog" [Analog, Nov 1975] ed. Ben Bova, $1.00 title puns on Mark Twain's "The Celebrated Jumping Frog..." John Tully: isfdb lists: * Natfact 7 [Methuen, 1984] ISBN 0-416-48270-8, 6.50, hardcover [Magnet, 1987] ISBN 0-416-00542-X, 1.75, paperback Simon Tully: isfdb lists: * "The Perfect People" [Worlds of If, Nov 1964] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.40 * "Whose Brother Is My Sister?" [Worlds of Tomorrow, May 1967] ed. Frederik Pohl, $0.50 Paul C. Tumey: author/critic; isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "Toy Chest River" [Christmas Forever, ed. David G. Hartwell, Tor, 1993] ISBN 0-312-85576-1, $24.95, hardcover Short Nonfiction: * "The First Annual Philip K. Dick Convention: Opening Address" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, June 1994] $3.00 John S. Tumlin: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America * "Tiger's Hunt" [Aboriginal Science Fiction, May/June 1987] ed. Charles C. Ryan, $2.50 e-mail John S. Tumlin William Tuning: Science Fiction novelist, screenwriter, friend of Robert Heinlein Books: * Fuzzy Bones [Ace Books, 1981] ISBN 0-441-26181-7, $2.50, paperback * Others {to be done} Short Fiction: * "Survivability" [Analog, May 1973] ed. Ben Bova, $0.60 * "Pinnacle of Success" [Vertex, Aug 1974] ed. Donald J. Pfeil, $1.50 * "Jill The Giant-Killer" [Analog, Mar 1975] ed. Ben Bova, $1.00 * "Doo-Dah Chemistry" [Isaac Asimov's, Aug 1979] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.25 * "The Velvet Rose of Evening" [Analog, Nov 1980] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $1.50 * "A Modest Inquiry" [Analog, May 1980] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $1.50 Ken Tunnell: Science Fiction illustrator active in late 1990s; isfdb lists: * Cover [Thunder of the Captains, Holly Lisle and Aaron Allston, Baen, 1996] ISBN 0-671-87731-3, $5.99, paperback * Cover [Lest Darkness Fall/To Bring the Light, L. Sprague de Camp and David Drake, Baen, 1996] ISBN 0-671-87736-4, $5.99, paperback * Interior Artwork: "Wonder Worlds" [Science Fiction Age, Nov 1997] ed. Scott Edelman, $3.95 Michael O. Tunnell: Fantasy critic/biographer/bibliographer: Nonfiction Books Written: * Lloyd Alexander: A Bio-Bibliography [Greenwood Press, 1991] ISBN 0-313-26586-0, co-author James S. Jacobs * The Prydain Companion: A Reference Guide to Lloyd Alexander's Prydain Chronicles [Greenwood Press, 1989] ISBN 0-313-26585-2, hardcover co-author Lloyd Alexander Peter Tupper: isfdb lists: * "Maculate Conception" [On Spec, Winter 1990] ed. Marianne O. Nielsen, $5.00 * "Subjective Lens" [S/M Futures, ed. Cecilia Tan, Circlet Press, 1995] ISBN 1-885865-02-3, $12.95, trade paperback Lewis Turco: poet, critic: Books: * Handbook of Poetic Forms [pub?, year?] review my own copy...{to be done} Poetry: * "A Great Grey Fantasy" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1961] ed. Robert P. Mills, $0.40 * "Excerpts form the Latterday Chronicle" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1962] ed. Robert P. Mills, $0.40 * "The Stone: An Indian Legend" [The Rhysling Anthology, ed. Robert Frazier, Science Fiction Poetry Association, 1983] $1.50 Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (1818-1883): major Russian author, many of whose stories have a supernatural setting; no complete edition exists in English H. C. Turk: Science Fantasy novelist; isfdb lists: * Ether Ore [Tor, 1987] ISBN 0-812-55635-6, $3.50, paperback * Black Body [Villard, 1989] ISBN 0-394-57713-2, $19.95, hardcover [Zebra/Pinnacle, 1991] ISBN 1-55817-505-9, $5.95, paperback Ronald Turkington: isfdb lists: * "The Well-Kept Grave" [Gaslight: Tales of the Unsane, ed. Melissa Gish, Strait-Jacket Publications, 1994] $4.25 Hick Turnball: isfdb lists: * "A Postcard from the Gas Chambers" [Substance, Autumn 1995] ed. Paul Beardsley, 2.50 * "Danny's Family" [The Third Alternative, Autumn 1995] ed. Andy Cox, 2.50 "Turner": British Fantasy/Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: Interior Artwork: * "Cassandra" [New Worlds, no. 5, ed. John Carnell, 1949] 1s 6d * "Phoenix Nest" [New Worlds, Spring 1950, ed. John Carnell, 1950] 1s 6d Adele Turner: isfdb lists: * "And They Lived Happily Ever After" [Aberrations, Sep 1996] ed. Richard Blair, $3.50 * "White Out" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Winter 1997] $5.95 Alice K. Turner: fiction editor of Playboy; author; isfdb lists: Anthologies Edited: * Playboy Stories: The Best of Forty Years of Short Fiction [Penguin/Dutton, 1994] ISBN 0-525-93735-8, $24.95, hardcover * The Playboy Book of Science Fiction [HarperPrism, 1998] ISBN 0-06-105288-4, hardcover (isfdb lists the above anthology as by "Alice Turner") Nonfiction Books: * The History of Hell [Harcourt Brace, 1993] ISBN 0-15-140934-X, $29.95, hardcover [Harcourt Brace, 1995] ISBN 0-15-600137-3, $17.00, trade paperback see: Hell Short Nonfiction: * Preface [Playboy Stories: The Best of Forty Years of Short Fiction, 1994] * "The Triumph of Menopause" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, July 1996] $3.50 Amy Lyn Turner: author and poet; isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "Here I Stand" [69 Flavors of Paranoia, eds. Rycke Foreman and Miranda Foreman, 1997] Poetry: * "Heavenly Wars" [69 Flavors of Paranoia, vol.1, no.1, eds. Rycke Foreman and Miranda Foreman, 1996] $3.00 * "The Reflection" [69 Flavors of Paranoia, vol.1, no.2, eds. Rycke Foreman and Miranda Foreman, 1997] $3.00 Ann Turner: Fantasy novelist, also writes under pseudonym William Sleator; isfdb lists: * Rosemary's Witch [HarperCollins, 1991] ISBN 0-06-026127-7, $13.95, hardcover [HarperTrophy, 1994] ISBN 0-06-440494-3, $3.95, trade paperback * Dangerous Wishes [as "William Sleator", Penguin/Dutton, 1995] ISBN 0-525-45283-4, $14.99, hardcover [Penguin/Dutton, 1995] ISBN 0-525-45283-4, $14.99, hardcover [as "Elfsong", as by Ann Turner, Harcourt Brace, 1995] ISBN 0-15-200826-8, $16.00, hardcover Delia Marshall Turner: Fantasy novelist; isfdb lists: * Nameless Magery [Ballantine Del Rey, 1998] ISBN 345-42430-1, $5.99, paperback Frederick Turner: * A Double Shadow [Berkley Putnam, 1978; Science Fiction Special 33, Anonymous, London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1981] ISBN 0-283-98804-5, hardcover * The New World [1994] epic Science Fiction poem Short Fiction: * "The Expedition" [Amazing, May 1985] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.75 * "Excerpt From The New World" [Future Primitive: The New Ectopias, Kim Stanley Robinson, Tor, 1994] ISBN 0-312-85474-9, $23.95, hardcover George Turner (19??-1997): major Science Fiction novelist of AUSTRALIA Books: * Beloved Son [AvoNova, 1996] ISBN 0-380-77884-X, $5.99, paperback * Vaneglory [Sphere, 1984] ISBN 0-7221-8643-6, $5.95, paperback [AvoNova, 1996] ISBN 0-380-77885-8, $5.99, paperback * Yesterday's Men [Faber & Faber, 1983] ISBN 0-571-11857-7, 7.95, hardcover [AvoNova, 1996] ISBN 0-380-77886-6, $5.99, paperback * The Sea and Summer [Faber & Faber, 1987] ISBN 0-571-14846-8, 10.95, hardcover [Grafton, 1989] ISBN 0-586-20358-3, 3.99, paperback [as "Drowning Towers" Morrow, 1988] $18.95, hardcover [Morrow/Arbor House, 1988] ISBN 1-55710-038-1, $18.95, hardcover [as "Drowning Towers", AvoNova, 1996] ISBN 0-380-78601-X, $5.99, paperback * A Pursuit of Miracles [pub?, 1990] * Brain Child [William Morrow, 1991] ISBN 0-688-10595-5, $20.00, hardcover [Science Fiction Book Club #18253, 1991] $5.98, hardcover [AvoNova, 1992] ISBN 0-380-71804-9, $4.99, paperback [Headline, 1992] ISBN 0-7472-3812-X, 4.99, paperback * The Destiny Makers [AvoNova, 1993] ISBN 0-380-71887-1, $4.99, paperback [Science Fiction Book Club #00381, 1993] $9.98, hardcover [Morrow AvoNova, 1993] ISBN 0-688-12187-X, $20.00, hardcover * Genetic Soldier [Science Fiction Book Club #05856, 1994] $9.98, hardcover [Morrow AvoNova, 1994] ISBN 0-688-13418-1, $22.00, hardcover [AvoNova, 1995] ISBN 0-380-72189-9, $5.50, paperback Short Fiction: * "In a Petri Dish Upstairs" [Rooms of Paradise, ed. Lee Harding, St. Martin's Press, 1979] ISBN 0-312-69306-0, $8.95, hardcover [Best SF of the Year 9, ed. Terry Carr, Ballantine, 1980] ISBN 0-345-28601-4, $2.50, paperback [The Ascent of Wonder: The Evolution of Hard SF, eds. David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, Tor, 1994] ISBN 0-312-85062-X, hardcover * "A Pursuit of Miracles" [Universe 12, ed. Terry Carr, Doubleday, 1982] ISBN 0-385-17923-5, $10.95, hardcover * "On the Nursery Floor" [Strange Attractors, ed. Damien Broderick, Hale and Iremonger, 1985] ISBN 0-86806-208-1, $19.95 (Australian), hardcover * "The Fittest" [Mortal Fire: Best Australian SF, eds. Terry Dowling and Van Ikin, Coronet, 1993] ISBN 0-340-60854-4, $12.95 (Australian), paperback * "I Still Call Australia Home" [Aurealis, no.1, 1990] eds. Stephen Higgins and Dirk Strasser, 1990, $6.95 [The Science Fiction Century, ed. David G. Hartwell, Tor, 1997] ISBN 0-312-86338-1, $40.00, hardcover * "Worlds" [Eidolon, Summer 1991] * "Flowering Mandrake" [Alien Shores, eds. Peter McNamara and Margaret Winch, Aphelion Publications, 1994] ISBN 1-875346-09-0, $15.00 USA /$19.95 (Australian), hardcover [The Year's Best Science Fiction, Twelfth Annual Collection, ed. Gardner Dozois, St. Martin's Press, 1995] ISBN 0-312-13222-0, $14.98, hardcover Short Nonfiction: * "Response to "The New Generation Gap" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Sep 1989] $2.50 * "Read This" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, May 1990] $2.50 * "A Dissatisfied Client" [Eidolon, Winter 1995] * "A Letter Giving the Accumulated Wrath of Years from a Correspondent who Writes for the First Time" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Dec 1997] $3.50 Jim Turner: Affiliate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America, formerly publisher/editor of Arkham House, now at Goldon Gryphon Press: isfdb lists: Anthologies Edited: * Cthulhu 2000: A Lovecraftian Anthology [Arkham House, 1995] ISBN 0-87054-169-2, $24.95, hardcover Nonfiction Books Written: * Eternal Lovecraft: The Persistence of H.P. Lovecraft in Popular Culture [ed. Jim Turner, Golden Gryphon, 1998] hardcover Short Nonfiction: * "Cthulhu 2000" [Cthulhu 2000: A Lovecraftian Anthology, 1995] e-mail Jim Turner at Goldon Gryphon Press e-mail Jim Turner old, invalid? Megan Whalen Turner: isfdb lists: * The Thief [Greenwillow, 1996] ISBN 0-688-14627-9, $15.00, hardcover Paul C. Turner: science fiction fan, pretends to be a bigger name than he'll ever be, name-dropper, and (unable to write science fiction himself), parasitic on real writers, whom he flatters and entertains in "salons" with food prepared by his abused common-law wife (who since left him) Neola Caveny. In My Humble Opinion, Turner is an example of why the U.S. space program has been in trouble. While he doesn't even know Calculus, he pretended for years to be an "Engineer" -- where he wasted hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars on dead-ends such as a purported "nuclear battery" to power the space shuttle; thousands of pages of documentation obtained by subpoena prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Paul C. Turner engaged in Conspiracy to plagiarize and defame Your Humble Webmaster (Jonathan V. Post) and get YHW terminated from a REAL space program job -- as observed by Turner's own management. If you've heard Paul C. Turner ever say anything negative about Jonathan V. Post, please e-mail this web site immediately: the slander, slander per se, and libel trial against Paul C. Turner is about to begin, after 8+ years of expensive litigation. isfdb lists (as "Paul C. Turner"): * "Interview: Gregory Benford" [Vertex, vol.1, no.5, 1973] ed. Donald J. Pfeil, $1.50 isfdb lists (as "Paul Turner"): * Frank Herbert: Interview [1973] * Poul Anderson: Interview [1973] * Ray Bradbury: Interview [1973] co-interviewer/editor Dorothy Simon * Robert Silverberg: Interview [1973] Pete Turner: author and Science Fiction/Fantasy illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover [Omni, Oct 1978] eds. Ben Bova and Frank Kendig, ISSN-0149-8711, $2.00 * Cover [Omni, Feb 1979] * Cover [Omni, Feb 1981] Short Nonfiction: * "The Plains of Forever" [The Best of Omni Science Fiction, No. 6, ed. Don Myrus, Omni, 1983] $4.50 Philip H. Turner: isfdb lists: * "Dragonspawn" [Grotesque, Apr 1993] ed. David Logan, 2.50 Richard Turner: * 1998 [co-author William Osborne, Sphere, 1988] ISBN 0-7221-6581-1, 2.99, paperback Science Fiction novel Robert Turner: author in the Cthlhu Mythos (see "Cthlhu Mythos"; see H. P. Lovecraft); isfdb lists: Short Fiction: * "Fragments from the Necronomicon, with an Explanatory Foreward" [The Necronomicon: The Book of Dead Names, ed. George Hay, Neville Spearman (Jersey), 1978] ISBN 0-85978-0260-0, hardcover Short Nonfiction: * "The Necronomicon: A Commentary" [The Necronomicon: The Book of Dead Names, ed. George Hay, Neville Spearman (Jersey), 1978] ISBN 0-85978-0260-0, hardcover Rod Turner: Fantasy/Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover [The Return, E. C. Tubb, Gryphon Books, 1997] ISBN 0-936071-83-4, $20.00, trade paperback Possibly a typo for Ron Turner (see below)? Rodger Turner: 1997-1998 Book Reviewer for SF Site; isfdb lists: Reviews (alphabetized by last name of novel author): * Greg Bear's Dinosaur Summer * James P. Blaylock's Winter Tides * Peter F. Hamilton's Mindstar Rising * Peter F. Hamilton's The Nano Flower * Peter F. Hamilton's A Quantum Murder * Stephen Jones's Dark of the Night * Dean R. Koontz's Fear Nothing * Patrick O'Leary's The Gift * Sean Russell's Beneath the Vaulted Hills * Sean Russell's The Compass of the Soul * Robert J. Sawyer's Factoring Humanity * Michael Marshall Smith's Spares Ron Turner: Fantasy/Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover [Temple of Death, E. C. Tubb, Gryphon Books, 1996] ISBN 0-936071-63-X, $15.00, trade paperback * Cover [Pandora's Box, E. C. Tubb, Gryphon Books, 1996] ISBN 0-936071-55-9, $15.00, trade paperback Possibly a typo for Rod Turner (see above)? C. Dell Turney: isfdb lists: * "Celebrations" [Eldritch Tales, Summer 1990] ed. Crispin Burnham, $6.00 Katherine M. Turney: isfdb lists: * "Night Cry" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Nov 1982] ed. T. E. D. Klein, $2.00 Eric Turowski: Fantasy/Science Fiction illustrator and columnist; isfdb lists: * Cover [Midnight Zoo, vol.3,no.5, 1993] ed. Jon L. Herron, $4.50 * Covers for "Aberrations" * Sep 1994 * June 1994 * July 1994 * Aug 1994 * Feb 1995 Nonfiction: * "Subversion" column for "Aberrations" * Sep 1994 * Oct 1994 * No. 25, 1994 * Mar 1994 * June 1994 * July 1994 * Jan 1994 * Feb 1994 * Aug 1994 * Apr 1994 * Oct 1995 * Nov 1995 * May 1995 * Mar 1995 * June 1995 * July 1995 * Feb 1995 * Dec 1995 * Aug 1995 * Apr 1995 * Sep 1996 * May 1996 * July 1996 * Apr 1996 James Turpin: isfdb lists: * "The Perfect Day" [Amazing, Mar 1985] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.75 Harry Turtledove: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Harry Turtledove Harry Turtledove page by Steven H. Silver See this home page for hotlinks to reviews of all his books. Stand-Alone Novels: * The Abyss of Time (coauthor Judith Tarr) [Tor, late 1998 or early 1999] * Between the Rivers [Tor, Mar 1998] * The Case of the Toxic Spell Dump [Baen, Dec 1993 * The Guns of the South [Del Rey, Nov 1992; Italian and Spanish translations] * Justinian (alternate title, The Lion & the Asp) [Summer 1998, May be published under the name H. N. Turteltaub] * Thessalonica [Baen, Jan 1997] * The Two Georges (coauthor Richard Dreyfuss) [Tor, Apr 1996] * A World of Difference [Del Rey, May 1990] Series Novels: * The "Gerin the Fox" series (as Eric Iverson) : * Wereblood [Belmont Tower, 1979, UK: Trojan, 1979] * Werenight [Belmont Tower, Apr 1979; Baen, Feb 1994] This is a revision and omnibus of the two Belmont Tower books. Published in Italy as "Il Liber dei Poteri" * The Prince of the North [Baen, June 1994] * King of the North [Baen, Apr 1996] * Fox and Empire [Baen, Jan 1998] Previously Announced as "Gerin the Fox" * The "Time of Troubles" series: * The Stolen Throne [Del Rey, July 1995] * Hammer and Anvil [Del Rey, Aug 1996] * The Thousand Cities [Del Rey, July 1997] * Videssos Beseiged [Del Rey, Feb 1999] * The "Tale of Krispos" * Krispos Rising [Del Rey, Feb 1991] Published in Italy as "L'Ascensa di Krispos" Published in Russia as "Vozvyshenye Krispah", tr. I. Vasilyeva, [AST/Terra-Fantastika, 1997] * Krispos of Videssos [Del Rey, Aug 1991] * Krispos the Emperor [Del Rey, June 1994] * The "Videssos" series: * The Misplaced Legion [Del Rey, Feb 1987] Published in Italy as "La Legione Perduta" Published in Russia as "Poteryanny leg'ion" tr. Elena Hayetskaya [Grant Publishers, 1994] * An Emperor for the Legion [Del Rey, May 1987] Published in Italy as "Un Imperatore Per La Legione" Published in Russia as "Imperator dlya leg'iona" tr. Elena Hayetskaya [Grant Publishers, 1994] * The Legion of Videssos [Del Rey, Aug 1987] Published in Italy as "La Legione di Videssos" Published in Russia as "Leg'ion Videssah" tr. Alexander Veitskin [AST/Terra-Fantastika, 1997] * The Swords of the Legion [Del Rey, Oct 1987] Published in Italy as "Le Daghe della Legione" * The "War World" series: * "Tribute Maidens" [War World I: The Burning Eye, ed. J. Pournelle, John F. Carr, Roland Green, Baen 1988] * "The Field of Double Sowing" [War World II: Death's Head Rebellion, ed. J. Pournelle, John F. Carr, Roland Green, Baen, 1990] * "Juchi the Accursed" [War World III: Sauron Dominion, ed. J. Pournelle, John F. Carr, Baen, 1991] * "Hang Together" [Codominium: Revolt on War World, ed. J. Pournelle, John F. Carr, Baen, 1992] * Bloodfeuds (coauthors S. M. Stirling, Judith Tarr, Susan Shwartz) [Baen, Jan 1993] * Blood Vengeance (coauthors S. M. Stirling, Judith Tarr, Susan Shwartz) [Baen, Jan 1994 * "Those Who Lose" [War World IV: Invasion, ed. J.Pournelle, Baen, 1994] * The "Worldwar" series: * Worldwar: In the Balance [Del Rey, Jan 1994] * Worldwar: Tilting the Balance [Del Rey, Mar 1995] * Worldwar: Upsetting the Balance [Del Rey, Feb 1996] * Worldwar: Striking the Balance [Del Rey, Dec 1996] Previously Announced as "Worldwar: Finding the Balance" * The "Great War" series: * How Few Remain [Easton Press, Oct 1997; Del Rey, Oct 1997] Previously announced as "Guns of the West" Prequel to "The Great War" series. * American Front [Del Rey, June 1998] Previously announced as "Return Engagement" Story Collections (see his home page for detailed contents): * Agent of Byzantium [Congdon & Weed, Apr 1987; Worldwide Nov 1988; revised Baen, Apr 1994; Published in Italy as "L'Impero dei Misteri"] * Alternate Generals (coauthor Roland J. Green) [Baen, Forthcoming * Departures [Del Rey, June 1993] Originally announced title as "Pasts, Presents and Futures" * A Different Flesh [Congdon & Weed, Apr 1988; Worldwide May 1989; revised Baen, Sep 1994] * Earthgrip [Easton Press, Dec 1991; Del Rey, Dec 1991] Published in Russia as "Zemnaya khvatka" [AST Publishers, 1996] * Kaleidoscope [Del Rey, Apr 1990] * Noninterference [Del Rey, Jan 1988] e-mail Harry Turtledove Meg Turville-Heitz: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Meg Turville-Heitz @sff.net isfdb lists: * "Sing Heavenly Muse" [Blood Muse, eds. Esther M. Friesner and Martin H. Greenberg, Donald I. Fine, 1995] ISBN 1-55611-470-2, $21.95, hardcover e-mail Meg Turville-Heitz e-mail Meg Turville-Heitz old, invalid? Mary A. Turzillo: Mary A. Turzillo: Lifetime Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America, former professor of English at Kent State University (under the psuedonym Professor Mary T. Brizzi, she's published many journal articles and academic papers) Awards: * "Mars Is No Place For Children", 2000 preliminary ballot for the Nebula Award for Best novelette Mars Is No Place For Children * "Eat or Be Eaten: A Love Story" [Interzone, Feb 1996] finalist for 1997 British Science Fiction Award for Best Short Fiction * "Galileo's Blindness" [Isaac Asimov's, July 1989] voted #8 for Poetry in 1990 Asimov's Readers' Poll Short Fiction: * "Kings" [Pulphouse, no. 3, Spring 1989] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $17.95, hardcover * "Kraken" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1990] ed. Edward L. Ferman, 1990, $2.00 * "Kill Dance" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Winter 1990] 1990, $3.95 [The Best of Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine Vol. II, eds. Marion Zimmer Bradley and Elisabeth Waters, Warner Aspect, 1995] ISBN 0-446-60192-6, $5.99 * "Get With Child a Mandrake" [Weird Tales, Spring 1990] eds. George H. Scithers, Darrell Schweitzer, John Gregory Betancourt, $4.00 * "Alien Dreams" [Pulphouse, no.11, Spring 1991] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $20.00, hardcover * "The Sleel" [Interzone, July 1992] eds. David Pringle and Lee Montgomerie, 2.25 * "April Flowers, November Harvest" [Midnight Zoo, vol.3,no.5, 1993] ed. Jon L. Herron, $4.50 * "Worm Turned" [Tomorrow Speculative Fiction, Aug 1993] ed. Algis Budrys, $4.00 * "Alex" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, March 1993] ed.Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.50 * "Neezies" [Universe 3, eds. Karen Haber and Robert Silverberg, Bantam, 1994] ISBN 0-553-56580-X, $5.99 * "Encore" [Science Fiction Age, Jan 1994] ed. Scott Edelman, $2.95 * "Crimes Against Nature" [Interzone, Feb 1994] eds. David Pringle and Lee Montgomerie, 2.50 * "Bloodtide" [Xanadu 2, eds. Jane Yolen and Martin H. Greenberg, Tor, 1994] ISBN 0-312-85368-8, $19.95 * "Miranda's Monster" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1995] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.95 * "The Guatemala Cure" [How to Save the World, Charles Sheffield, Tor, 1995] ISBN 0-312-85577-X, $23.95, hardcover * "A Song Against the Dark" [Science Fiction Age, Jan 1996] ed. Scott Edelman, $3.95 * "Eat or Be Eaten: A Love Story" [Interzone, Feb 1996] eds. David Pringle and Lee Montgomerie, 2.75 * "Mate" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1997] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.95 * "Chrysoberyl" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1998] ed. Gordon Van Gelder, $2.99 * "By Ben Cruachan" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1999] * "Marla and the Eeler" [Science Fiction Age, Jan 1999] as Mary Turzillo Poetry: * "Mucusoids" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall/Winter 1988] ed. Eric M. Heideman, $2.50 * "Report" [Isaac Asimov's, Mid-Dec 1989] ed.Gardner Dozois, $2.00 * "Galileo's Blindness" [Isaac Asimov's, July 1989] ed. Gardner Dozois, $2.00 * "Mage and Lady (for J.D.B)" [Isaac Asimov's, Jan 1990] ed. Gardner Dozois, $2.50 * "Those Quarks" [Star*Line, Jan/Feb 1992] ed. Marge Ballif Simon * "No Poem" [Star*Line, Mar/Apr 1992] ed. Marge Ballif Simon * "Hamsters" [Star*Line, May/Jun 1992] ed. Marge Ballif Simon * "if you loved me" [Asimov's, Dec 1993] ed. Gardner Dozois, $2.95 * "Unbound Planet" [Asimov's, Sep 1994] ed. Gardner Dozois, $2.95 * "Past Lives" [Worlds of Fantasy and Horror, #1, Summer 1994] ed. Darrell Schweitzer, $4.95 * "Aesthetics of Evil" [Weird Tales, Spring 1994] ed. Darrell Schweitzer, $4.95 * "Morgaine Mourns the Loss of Lancelot" [Once Upon a Midnight, eds. Jame A. Riley, Michael N. Langford, Thomas E. Fuller, Unnameable Press, 1995] ISBN 0-934227-16-0, $10.95, trade paperback * "The Monster's Mother" [Once Upon a Midnight, eds. Jame A. Riley, Michael N. Langford, Thomas E. Fuller, Unnameable Press, 1995] ISBN 0-934227-16-0, $10.95, trade paperback * "Doctor Mather's Dyschronic Ward" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Fall/Winter 1995] ed. Eric M. Heideman, $4.00 * "Dash" [Tales of the Unanticipated, Spring/Summer/Fall 1996] as Mary Turzillo ed. Eric M. Heideman, $4.75 * "Visit to the Medicine Man" [Vision Quests, eds. Dawn Albright and Sandra J. Hutchinson Angelus Press, 1996] ISBN 0-9648653-1-9, $9.95, trade paperback * "This Is Just to Say" [Asimov's, Aug 1996] ed. Gardner Dozois, $2.95 * "Dinosaurs May Be Ancestors of More than Birds" [Asimov's, Aug 1996] ed. Gardner Dozois, $2.95 * "The Hunter's Mothers" [Asimov's, Mar 1998] ed. Gardner Dozois, $2.95 Nonfiction: * Reader's Guide to Anne McCaffery [Starmont Press] as Professor Mary T. Brizzi * Reader's Guide to Phillip Jose Farmer [Starmont Press] as Professor Mary T. Brizzi e-mail Mary A. Turzillo new e-mail Mary A. Turzillo old, obsolete Leonard Tushnet: isfdb lists: * "In the Calendar of Saints" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Aug 1964] ed. Avram Davidson, $0.40 * "The Chelmlins" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1967] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.50 * "The Worm Shamir" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1968] * "Gifts From the Universe" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1968] * "Lord of Sensation" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1969] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.60 * "A Plague of Cars" [New Dimensions 1, ed. Robert Silverberg, Doubleday, 1971] hardcover [Car Sinister, eds. Robert Silverberg, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Avon, 1979] ISBN 0-380-45393-2, $2.25, paperback * "Matchmaker, Matchmaker" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan 1971] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.60 * "Aunt Jennie's Tonic" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1971; The 1972 Annual World's Best SF, eds. Donald A. Wollheim and Arthur W. Saha, DAW Books, 1972] $0.95, paperback [World's Best SF: Series One, eds. Donald A. Wollheim and Arthur W. Saha, Daw, 1972] $1.75, paperback * "A Practical Invention" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1972] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 * "In re Glover" [Time of Passage, eds. Joseph D. Olander, Martin H. Greenberg, Taplinger, 1978] hardcover [Again, Dangerous Visions, ed. Harlan Ellison, Doubleday, 1972] hardcover and paperback * "The Galaxy Travel Service" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1973] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 * "Waves of Ecology" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar 1974]ed. Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 [Car Sinister, eds. Robert Silverberg, Martin H. Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, Avon, 1979] ISBN 0-380-45393-2, $2.25, paperback * "The Schlemihl Hypothesis" [Vertex, Feb 1974] ed. Donald J. Pfeil, $1.50 * "In the World of Magic" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1974] ed.Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 * "Human Beings Are A Nation's Best Resource" [Vertex, June 1974] ed. Donald J. Pfeil, $1.50 Byron Tustin: isfdb lists: * "The Purple Pariah" [Planet Stories, Mar 1954] ed. Jack O'Sullivan, $0.25 Frederic Tuten: isfdb lists: Books: * Tintin in the New World: A Romance [Minerva, 1994] ISBN 0-7493-9610-5, 5.99, trade paperback * Tintin in the New World [Putnam/Riverhead, 1996] ISBN 1-57322-529-0, $12.00, trade paperback Candy Taylor Tutt: isfdb lists: * "The Hammock" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Winter 1994] ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, $4.50 Frank Tuttle: isfdb lists: * "Night Stand" [Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy, Summer 1993] ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, $4.50 Jean Tuttle: Science Fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover [Chung Kuo, Book One: The Middle Kingdom, David Wingrove, Delacorte, 1990] ISBN 0-385-29873-0, $19.95, hardcover Lisa Tuttle (1952-): * Winner, 1976 Locus Poll Award * Winner, 1981 Nebula Award * Winner, 1980 Analog Award * Winner, 1990 British Science Fiction Award * Winner, 1974 John W. Campbell Award Lisa Tuttle Books: * Windhaven [c-author George R. R. Martin, Pocket, 1985] ISBN 0-671-49616-6, $3.95, paperback [London: Gollancz, 1988] ISBN 0-575-04395-4, 3.99, paperback * A Nest of Nightmares [pub?, 1985] story collection * Familiar Spirit [Tor, 1989] ISBN 0-812-52644-9, $3.95, paperback * Catwitch [pub?, 1983] * Angela's Rainbow [pub?, 1983] * Gabriel [Sphere, 1987] ISBN 0-7221-8648-7, 2.99, paperback [Severn House, 1987] ISBN 0-7278-1468-0, 8.95, hardcover [Tor, 1988] ISBN 0-812-52642-2, $3.95, paperback * A Spaceship Built of Stone and Other Stories [The Women's Press Ltd., 1987] ISBN 0-7043-4084-4, 4.50, story collection * Memories of the Body: Tales of Desire and Transformation [pub?, 1992] story collection * Lost Futures [Grafton, 1992] ISBN 0-586-21294-9, 4.99, trade paperback [Dell Abyss, 1992] ISBN 0-440-21201-4, $4.99, paperback * Horrorscopes: Virgo: Snake Inside [Maria Palmer, Mammoth, 1995] ISBN 0-7497-1855-2, 2.99, paperback * Food Man [pub?, 1995] * The Pillow Friend [White Wolf, 1996] ISBN 1-56504-938-1, $19.99, hardcover * Panther in Argyll [Mammoth, 1996] ISBN 0-7497-2734-9, 3.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Stranger in the House" [Clarion II, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1972 ] paperback * "Till Human Voices Wake Us..." [Clarion III, ed. Robin Scott Wilson, Signet, 1973] paperback * "Dollburger" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Feb 1973] ed., Edward L. Ferman, $0.75 [Horrors, ed. Charles L. Grant, Playboy, 1981] ISBN 0-872-16905-7, $2.25, paperback * "I Have Heard the Mermaids" [Survival from Infinity, ed. Roger Elwood, Franklin Watts, 1974] hardcover * "The Storms of Windhaven" [Analog, May 1975] ed. Ben Bova, $1.00 [1976 Annual World's Best SF, ed. Donald A. Wollheim, Daw, 1976] $1.50, paperback [Best SF of the Year 5, ed. Terry Carr, Ballantine, 1976] paperback * "Flies By Night" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1975] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.00 * "Changelings" [Galaxy, Mar 1975] ed. James Baen, $0.75 * "Woman Waiting" [Lone Star Universe, eds. Steven Utley and Geo W. Proctor, Heidelberg, 1976] hardcover * "Stone Circle" [Amazing, Mar 1976] ed. Ted White, $1.00 * "Mrs. T." [Amazing, Sep 1976] ed. Ted White, $1.00 [A Spaceship Built of Stone and Other Stories, 1987] * "Tom Sawyer's Sub-Orbital Escapade" [Ascents of Wonder, ed. David Gerrold, Popular Library, 1977] ISBN 0-445-04128-5, $1.50, paperback * "Sangre" [Fantastic, June 1977] ed. Ted White, $1.00 * "Kin to Kaspar Hauser" [Galaxy, Apr 1977] ed. James Baen, $1.00 * "The Horse Lord" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1977] ed. Edward L. Ferman, 1977, $1.00 [The Year's Best Horror Stories: Series VI, ed. Gerald W. Page, Daw, 1978] ISBN 0-87997-387-0, $1.75, paperback * "The Family Monkey" [New Voices in Science Fiction, ed. George R. R. Martin, MacMillan, 1977] hardcover [Best SF of the Year 7, ed.Terry Carr, Ballantine, 1978] ISBN 0-345-27338-9, $1.95, paperback [New Voices 1: The Campbell Award Nominees, ed. George R. R. Martin, Jove/HBJ, 1978] ISBN 0-515-04507-1, $1.75, paperback [A Spaceship Built of Stone and Other Stories, 1987] * "Uncoiling" [Fantastic, Apr 1978] ed. Ted White, $1.25 * "A Mother's Heart: A True Bear Story" [Isaac Asimov's, Jan-Feb 1978] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.25 * "In the Arcade" [Amazing Stories, May 1978] ed. Ted White, $1.25 [The Year's Best Horror Stories: Series VII, ed. Gerald W. Page, Daw, 1979] ISBN 0-87997-476-1, $1.95, paperback * "Wives" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1979] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.25 [The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: 24, ed. Edward L. Ferman, 1982] $14.95 [A Spaceship Built of Stone and Other Stories, 1987] * "The Hollow Man" [New Voices II, ed. George R. R. Martin, Jove, 1979] paperback [A Spaceship Built of Stone and Other Stories, 1987] * "Where the Stones Grow" [Dark Forces, ed. Kirby McCauley, Viking Press, 1980] * "A Spaceship Made of Stone" [Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Sep 1980] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.50 [1981 Annual World's Best SF, ed. Donald A. Wollheim] 1981 [Aliens & Outworlders, ed. Isaac Asimov, Dial, 1983] [A Spaceship Built of Stone and Other Stories, 1987] * "The Other Mother" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Dec 1980]ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.50 * "One-Wing" [pub?, 1980] * "Bug House" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 1980] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.50 [Hot Blood: Tales of Provocative Horror, eds. Jeff Gelb and Lonn Friend, Pocket, 1989] ISBN 0-671-66424-7, $3.95, paperback * "Treading the Maze" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov 1981] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.50 * "A Friend in Need" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, Aug 1981] $2.00 * "The Fall" [Amazing, May 1981] ed. Elinor Mavor, $1.75 * "The Bone Flute" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1981]ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.50 [A Spaceship Built of Stone and Other Stories, 1987] [winner: 1981 Nebula for Best Short Story: declined] * "The Memory of Wood" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1982] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.50 * "The Nest" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1983] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "Redcap" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Sep 1984] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "The Other Kind" [Isaac Asimov's, Dec 1984] ed. Shawna McCarthy, $1.75 [A Spaceship Built of Stone and Other Stories, 1987] * "The Cure" [Light Years and Dark, ed. Michael Bishop, Berkley, 1984] ISBN 0-425-07214-2, $8.95, trade paperback [A Spaceship Built of Stone and Other Stories, 1987] * "Children of The Centaur" [Amazing, Sep 1984] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.75 * "No Regrets" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1985] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 [A Spaceship Built of Stone and Other Stories, 1987] * "Flying to Byzantium" [The Twilight Zone Magazine, May/June 1985] $2.50 * "The Wound" [Other Edens, eds. Chris Evans and Robert Holdstock, Unwin, 1987] ISBN 0-04-823378-1, 2.95, paperback [Pulphouse, July 1992] ed. Dean Wesley Smith, $3.95 * "Memories of the Body" [Interzone, Winter 1987] eds. Simon Ounsley and David Pringle, 1.95 * "The Colonization of Edward Beal" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct 1987] ed. Edward L. Ferman, $1.75 * "Birds of the Moon" [A Spaceship Built of Stone and Other Stories, 1987] * "The Spirit Cabinet" [Women of Darkness, ed. Kathryn Ptacek, Tor, 1988] ISBN 0-312-93096-8, $17.95, hardcover * "Jamie's Grave" [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 * "In Translation" [The 1990 Annual World's Best SF, eds. Donald A. Wollheim and Arthur W. Saha, DAW Books, 1990] $4.50, paperback * "The Walled Garden" [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Third Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1990] ISBN 0-312-04447-X, $24.95, hardcover * "To Be of Use" [Interzone, Dec 1990] eds. David Pringle and Lee Montgomerie, 1.95 * "Lizard Lust" [Interzone, Sep 1990] eds. David Pringle and Simon Ounsley, 1.95 * "Husbands" [Alien Sex, ed. Ellen Datlow, Dutton, 1990] ISBN 0-525-24863-3, $18.95, hardcover * "Bits and Pieces" [Pulphouse, no.9, Fall 1990] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $20.00, hardcover [The Best of Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, St. Martin's Press, 1991] * "Replacements" [MetaHorror, ed. Dennis Etchison, Dell Abyss, 1992] ISBN 0-440-2089-81, $4.99, paperback [The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Sixth Annual Collection, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's, 1993] ISBN 0-312-09422-1, $16.95, trade paperback * "Honey, I'm Home!" [In Dreams, eds. Paul J. McAuley and Kim Newman, Gollancz, 1992] ISBN 0-575-05201-5, 4.99, paperback * "Lucy Maria" [Xanadu, eds. Jane Yolen and Martin H. Greenberg, Tor, 1993] ISBN, 0-312-85367-X, $18.95, hardcover * "Food Man" Crank!, Autumn 1994] ed. Bryan Cholfin [The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 7, ed. Stephen Jones, Raven, 1996] ISBN 1-85487-464-0, 6.99, trade paperback * "And the Poor Get Children" [New Worlds 4, ed. David Garnett, London: Gollancz, 1994] ISBN 0-575-05147-7, 6.99, trade paperback * "Meeting the Muse" [Fantasy & Science Fiction, Apr 1996] ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch, $2.95 * "Background: The Dream" [Off Limits: Tales of Alien Sex, ed. Ellen Datlow, St. Martin's Press, 1996] ISBN 0-312-14019-3, $22.95, hardcover * "Soul Song" [Interzone, May 1997] ed. David Pringle, 3.00 * "Child of Mind" [The Last Dangerous Visions, ed. Harlan Ellison, 1999?] Serials: * "One-Wing (Part 1 of 2)" [Analog, Jan 1980] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $1.25 * "One-Wing (Part 2 of 2)" [Analog, Feb 1980] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $1.25 Short Nonfiction: * "Read This" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Dec 1989] * "Memories of Ortygia House" [Interzone, Oct 1994] eds. David Pringle, Paul Brazier, Lee Montgomerie, 2.50 * "Howard Waldrop: The Conquest of Austin (1974-1994)" [21st Annual World Fantasy Convention -- 1995, ed. Stephen P. Brown, Baltimore Gun Club, L.L.C., 1995] trade paperback * "Read This" [The New York Review of Science Fiction, Feb 1997] * "The Birds of the Moon" [Fantastic, Jan 1979] ed. Ted White, $1.25 Anthologies Edited: * Skin of the Soul: New Horror Stories by Women [pub?, 1990] Nonfiction Books: * Children's Literary Houses [pub?, 1984] * Encyclopedia of Feminism [pub?, 1986] see: FEMINIST Science Fiction Amos Tutuola (1920-): Nigerian (Yoruba) fantasy novelist: * The Wild Hunter in the Bush of the Ghosts [1948] * The Palm-Wine Drinkard [1952] * My Life in the Bush of the Ghosts [1954] * Simbi and the Satyr of the Dark Jungle [1955] * The Brave African Huntress [1958] * Feather Woman of the Jungle [1962] * Ajaiyi and His Inherited Poverty [1967] story collection * The Witch-Herbalist of the Remote Town [1981] * Pauper, Brawler and Slanderer [1987] (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.968) See also: Chinua Achebe [Nigerian author] Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Juda Tverski: comix/science fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover [Spider-Man: The Lizard Sanction, Diane Duane, Putnam/Boulevard, 1995] ISBN 0-399-14105-7, $19.95, hardcover Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Mark Twain: pseudonym of Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835-1910) Mark Twain Kevin Tweddell: British Fantasy/science fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover [In the Country of Tattooed Men, Garry Kilworth, Grafton, 1993] ISBN 0-586-21498-4, 5.99, trade paperback * Cover [Conan the Unconquered, Robert Jordan, Legend, 1996] ISBN 0-09-970411-0, 4.99, paperback Thomas F. Tweed, full name Thomas Frederick Tweed (1890-1940): British author: * Rinehard: A Melodrama of the Nineteen-Thirties [1933; a.k.a Gabriel Over the White House: A Novel of the Presidency] 1933 movie "Gabriel Over the White House" hotlink {to be done} (according to "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy", John Clute & John Grant, New York: St.Martins, 1997, p.968) Derek Twiss: science fiction illustrator; isfdb lists: * Cover [Who Writes Science Fiction?, Charles Platt, Savoy, 1980] ISBN 0-86130-048-3, 1.75, trade paperback Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Kathy Tyers: Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America Books: * Firebird [Bantam Spectra, 1987] ISBN 0-553-26716-7, $3.50, paperback * Fusion Fire [Bantam Spectra, 1988] ISBN 0-553-27464-3, $3.95, paperback * Crystal Witness [Bantam Spectra, 1989] ISBN 0-553-27984-X, $3.95, paperback * Shivering World [Bantam Spectra, 1991] ISBN 0-553-29051-7, $4.50, paperback * Star Wars: The Truce at Bakura [Bantam UK, 1994] ISBN 0-553-40758-9, 4.99, paperback [Bantam Spectra, 1994] ISBN 0-553-56872-8, $5.99, paperback [Bantam UK, 1994] ISBN 0-593-03564-X, 9.99, hardcover [Science Fiction Book Club #02501, 1994] $7.98, hardcover [Bantam Spectra, 1994] ISBN 0-553-09541-2, $21.95, hardcover [Bantam UK, 1997] ISBN 0-553-50596-3, 4.99, paperback * One Mind's Eye [Bantam Spectra, 1996] ISBN 0-553-57511-2, $5.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Rock Gig" [Analog, July 1992] ed. Stanley Schmidt, $3.95 Short Nonfiction: * "Four-Generation Banana Bread from the Philippines" [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 Denise Tyler: Associate Member of Science Fiction Writers of America * "The Butterfly King" [Pulphouse, no.18, 1995] ed. Dean Wesley Smith, $4.95 e-mail Denise Tyler Theodore Tyler: pseudonym of Edward William Ziegler: * The Man Whose Name Wouldn't Fit [Doubleday, 1968; Curtis] Marshall B. Tymn: Science Fiction, Fantasy and Weird Fiction critic and encyclopedist: Nonfiction Books: * Science Fiction, Fantasy and Weird Fiction Magazines [1985] * others {to be done} Short Nonfiction: * "Ursula K. Le Guin: A Bibliography" [Writers of the 21st Century: Ursula K. Le Guin, eds. James D. Olander and Martin H. Greenberg, Edinburgh: Paul Harris, 1979] ISBN 0-904505-65-0, 6.00, hardcover * "Jack Vance: A Bibliography" [Writers of the 21st Century: Jack Vance, [eds. Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller, Taplinger, 1980] ISBN 0-8008-4295-2, $5.95, trade paperback * "Guide to Science Fiction and Fantasy Scholarship, 1980-82" [Science Fiction Dialogues, ed. Gary K. Wolfe, Academy Chicago, 1982] 0-89733-067-6, $8.95, trade paperback * "Philip K. Dick: A Bibliography" [Writers of the 21st Century: Philip K. Dick, eds. James D. Olander and Martin H. Greenberg, Taplinger, 1983] ISBN 0-8008-6291-0, $5.95, trade paperback Steven M. Tymon: Science Fiction author and poet; isfdb lists: Short Fiction as Steven M. Tymon: * "On the Benefits of Programming" [Isaac Asimov's, Feb 1979] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.25 Short Fiction as Steve Tymon: * "Stormbringer" [Sword and Sorceress V, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, Daw, 1988] ISBN 0-88677-288-5, $3.95, paperback * "Hunger" [South From Midnight, eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Thomas R. Hanlon, Southern Fried Press, 1994] 0-9642933-0-7, hardcover * "The Sword of The Dead" [Adventures of Sword & Sorcery #1, ed. Randy Dannenfelser, 1995] $4.50 * "The Sword of the Dead" [Adventures of Sword and Sorcery, Winter, 1996] ed. Randy Dannenfelser, 1996] $4.50 Poetry: * "Marsprobe" [Amazing , Nov 1982] ed. George H. Scithers, $1.50 Tanith Tyrr: isfdb lists: * "A Gift of Thieves" (excerpt) [Forged Bonds: Erotic Tales of High Fantasy, ed. Cecilia Tan, Circlet Press, 1993] ISBN 0-9633970-3-6, $4.95, trade paperback Donald Tyson: isfdb lists: Books: * The Messenger [Llewellyn Publications, 1993] ISBN 0-87542-836-3, $4.99, paperback Short Fiction: * "Cruising" [Twilight Zone Magazine, Sep 1982; Horrorstory: Volume 4, ed. Karl Edward Wagner, Underwood-Miller, 1990] ISBN 0-88733-094-0, $39.95, hardcover Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Tristan Tzara, pseudonym of Sami Rosenstock (1896-1963): Poet and literary ideologist/activist of ROMANIA although virtually all of his essays and poems were written in French. He is best known as a founder of the Dada movement in Zurich, and was also (1929-1934) a prominent member of the Surrealist movement; he then broke with Andre Breton in a pseudo-political argument; he died in Paris. listed here for: Poetry in Translation by Yves Troendle: * "Yellow Cold" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, ed. Lee Ballentine, Ocean View Books, 1989] ISBN 0-938075-05-5, trade paperback ISBN 0-938075-08-X, $24.95, hardcover * "Precise" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, 1989] * "Optimism Unveiled" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, 1989] * "Midnight Salts" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, 1989] * "Great Complaint Against My Obscurity III" [Poly: New Speculative Writing, 1989] Books: * L'Homme approximatif [1931] anti-rational consciousness poetry Lao Tzu: famous ancient Chinese philospher, listed here for: * Lao Tzu: Tao Te Ching [Lao Tzu, translated by Ursula K. Le Guin, Shambhala, 1997] ISBN 1-57062-333-3, $20.00, hardcover

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