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Day, Vox

(1968-    ) Pseudonym of US computer Game designer and fantasy author Theodore Beale, co-founder of the video game company Fenris Wolf which developed the Rebel Moon game. As Beale he has written the Eternal Warriors sequence of fundamentalist-Christian fantasy novels; his sf contribution, as Day, is the game Tie Rebel Moon (1996) with Bruce Bethke. The game ...

Boitard, Pierre

(1787-1859) French botanist, geologist and author, whose two works of sf interest are composed for young readers; each title appeared separately in 1830s journals, and was subsequently assembled in revised form in Paris avant les hommes (coll 1861; trans Brian Stableford as Journey to the Sun 2016). The framing narrative, in which a demon conducts a human interlocutor on a guided tour of regions of interest, is shared. "Etudes ...

Brennert, Alan

(1954-    ) US television producer and scriptwriter, and also author, essentially of fantasy and horror. His first genre publication was "Nostalgia Tripping" for Infinity Five (anth 1973) edited by Robert Hoskins. In his first novel, City of Masques (1978), actors scientifically programmed to become their roles run amok. Time and Chance (1990) is a kind of sf/horror tale in which two ...

Clark, Karen

(1960-    ) UK author whose The Synthetics (1988 chap) portrays a Dystopian Britain through the lens of its school system. [JC]

Most Dangerous Man in the World, The

Film (1969; vt The Chairman). Apjac/Twentieth Century Fox. Directed by J Lee Thompson. Written by Ben Maddow, based on The Most Dangerous Man in the World (1970) by Jay Richard Kennedy. Cast includes Anne Heywood, Arthur Hill, Gregory Peck and Conrad Yama. 104 minutes. Colour. / A distinguished Scientist (Peck) has a transmitter implanted in his head and is sent to China with the object of convincing Chairman Mao that he is a ...

Robinson, Roger

(1943-    ) UK computer programmer, bibliographer and publisher, active in UK Fandom for many years. The Writings of Henry Kenneth Bulmer (1983 chap; rev 1984 chap) is an exhaustive Bibliography of one of the most prolific sf writers, and Who's Hugh?: An SF Reader's Guide to Pseudonyms (1987) is similarly exhaustive in its listing of Pseudonyms. ...

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