Entry updated 31 August 2018. Tagged: Author.
(1940-2012) US bibliographer and bookseller, a specialist in the Lost Race novel, many of whose discoveries, some (though not all) amply described and synopsized, provided the substance of many entries in this encyclopedia. Although Lost-Race Fiction (2001), a version of the Bibliography he had been working on for many years, appeared privately before his death, it was not until its full publication as By the World Forgot: Towards a Bibliography of Lost Race Fiction from 1800 (2013) that the scale of his achievement could be grasped. [JC]
born Long Island, New York: 1 November 1940
died Albany, California: 18 January 2012
- Lost-Race Fiction: The Stuart Teitler Collection (Berkeley, California: Serendipity Books, 2001) [nonfiction: bibliography: pb/]
- By the World Forgot: Towards a Bibliography of Lost Race Fiction from 1800 (London: Privately Printed, 2013) [nonfiction: bibliography: pb/]
- By the Book World Remembered: Stuart Teitler – A Life in Letters (London: Privately Printed, 2014) [nonfiction: pb/]
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