Gleason, Robert

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(1945-    ) US editor (at Tor Books) and author who published some nonfiction and pseudonymous Westerns before releasing his first sf novel, Wrath of God (1994), a Post-Holocaust tale pitting iconic heroes of a confabulated stalwart American past, who have been transported to the scene by a Time Machine operated by an Apache shaman, against the dark-hued superstitious Muslim minions of a reborn Tamerlane. The plot thickens. For details of Gleason's collaborative continuations of the Aztec sequence begun by Gary Jennings – whose later volumes move into a lurid Near Future at the edge of apocalypse – see his current collaborator on this sequence, Junius Podrug. [JC]

Robert Herman Gleason

born Michigan City, Indiana: 1 June 1945





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