Pilkington, Ace G

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(1951-2019) US academic – professor of English and history at Dixie State University, St George, Utah – and sf poet and critic who began to publish work of genre interest with the poem "One Translation of Odysseus" for Amazing Stories in July 1986; several further poems appeared in later issues of this magazine and in such venues as Asimov's and Weird Tales. Pilkington's critical works are The Fantastic Made Visible: Essays on the Adaptation of Science Fiction and Fantasy from Page to Screen (coll 2015) with Matthew Wilhelm Kapell, Science Fiction and Futurism: Their Terms and Ideas (2017) – which deals in part with Futures Studies – and The Kelvin Timeline of Star Trek: Essays on J.J. Abrams' Final Frontier (coll 2019) with Matthew Wilhelm Kapell. [DRL]

Ace G Pilkington

born Salt Lake City, Utah: 20 December 1951

died St George, Utah: 20 February 2019

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