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Guthridge, George

Entry updated 12 September 2022. Tagged: Author.

(1948-    ) US teacher and author who has also used the byline George Florance-Guthridge; he began to publish work of genre interest with "Dolls' Demise" in Analog for July 1976, with many further short stories following in F&SF and other venues. His first novel, Death Mask of Pancho Villa (1987) with Carol Gaskin, is a contribution to the Bantam Books Time Machine sequence of Children's SF adventure novels featuring Time Travel. With Janet Berliner he wrote The Madagascar Manifesto trilogy opening with Child of the Light (1992) – which won a Bram Stoker Award as best horror novel – an Alternate History fantasy with its roots in 1930s Nazi Germany. His later solo novel The Bloodletter (1994) is nonfantastic, set in the US Old West. [DRL]

George Guthridge

born USA: 1948



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