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Cawdron, Peter

(1967-    ) New Zealand-born author, in Australia for many years, whose early novels, beginning with The Road to Hell (2011 ebook), seem usually to have been self-published until the teens of the twenty-first century, most of his stories being Space Operas heavy on action, often involving First Contact. An early example, Anomaly (2011), which is set on Earth, involves the arrival of Aliens whose civilization is aeons in advance of ours; a later title, Losing Mars (2018), ...

McKean, Dave

Working name of British artist David Jeff McKean (1963-    ), primarily known for his work in Comics and Graphic Novels, though he has also painted book covers and engaged in other activities. After attending Berkshire College of Art and Design from 1982 to 1986, McKean visited New York to seek work in the comics field and met Neil Gaiman, forming a friendship that would be central for some years to both their careers. Their first collaboration was Violent Cases (graph 1987 ...

Well-Known Author, A

Pseudonym of Wilfrid Keppel Honnywill (1871-1909) for his first novel The Master-Sinner: A Romance (1901), a fantasy of the Afterlife [see The Encyclopedia of Fantasy under links below] featuring letters from a dead victim of a life of Decadence and depicting Hell as a pleasant place from which it is terrible to be excluded; this story can be read as a Satire of the exploitation of Religion by such popular novelists as Hall Caine and Marie Corelli. The Master-Sinner has been wrongly attributed ...

Murzilka na Sputnike

["Murzilka on the Satellite"] Russian film (1960). A Soyuzmultfilm production. Directed by Yevgeny Raikovsky and Boris Stepantsev. Written by Yevgeny Agranovich, Lev Arkadyev and Raisa Frichinskaya. Animated by Galina Barinova, Alexander Beliakov, Vladimir Karp, Fedor Khitruk, Victor Likhachev, Victor Nikitin, Anatoly Petrov, Anatoly Savchenko, I Sidorova, Tatiana Taranovich and Vladimir Zarubin. Part of the Priklyucheniya Murzilki ["Murzilka's Adventures"] series of short films, preceded by ...

Cry

US Fanzine (1950-1969) edited by F M Busby, Elinor Busby, Wally Weber and others for the Nameless Ones, a Seattle sf fan group; initially titled Cry of the Nameless but shortened in the mid-1950s. US quarto format, mimeographed. 185 issues, plus a single revival issue in 1989. A local fortnightly, later monthly, journal, Cry's regularity eventually brought it widespread recognition as an entertaining and dependable fanzine, mainly concerned with Fandom. Contributors included Ted White, Terry ...

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. Criticized at first for its failure to annotate its findings – so that, for instance, pseudonyms used for sf could not be ...



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