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Theodore Sturgeon

a.k.a. Edward Hamilton Waldo, Frederick Ewing *, E. Waldo Hunter *

Author Code: ATHS

Born: Feb. 26, 1918 - Staten Island, New York City, New York, USA

Died: May 8, 1985 - Eugene, Oregon, USA

Sturgeon's original name of Waldo was legally changed to Theodore Sturgeon when his mother married William Sturgeon. Sturgeon had a limited education before he went off to sea with the Merchant Marine when he was a teenager. There he began to write and, in 1937, sold his first work to McClure's Magazine. He was drawn to science fiction and produced numerous works for magazines such as Astounding Science Fiction and Unknown. During the 1940s he stopped writing and spent some 5 years abroad employed in various jobs. He returned to his writing in 1946 and over the next decade was very productive, turning out short stories, novels ad even screenplays. After 1950, most of Sturgeon's best work appeared on Galaxy Science Fiction. His most memorable story is undoubtedly More Than Human which won the 1954 International Fantasy Award. During the 1960s, Sturgeon wrote screenplays for Star Trek episodes and other TV SF programmes. He was married three times and had seven children. He was also recipient of awards such as the Hugo and Nebula. He was inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame in 2000, and was posthumously awarded the World Fantasy Award for lifetime achievement in late 1985. His many works include Without Sorcery (1948), The Dreaming Jewels (1950), E Pluribus Unicorn (1953), I, Libertine (1956), The Cosmic Rape (1958), Venus Plus (1960), Beyond (1960), Some of Your Blood (1961), Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961), The Rare Breed (1966), Starshine (1966), Amok Time (1978) and Godbody (1986 Posthumous).

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ATHS002 Prodigy 1949 9 178k eBook Download PDF - 'Prodigy' (ATHS002)   Download ePub - 'Prodigy' (ATHS002) Find a printed copy of Prodigy by Theodore Sturgeon at AbeBooks
ATHS001 The Stars Are the Styx 1950 30 365k eBook Download PDF - 'The Stars Are the Styx' (ATHS001)   Download ePub - 'The Stars Are the Styx' (ATHS001) Find a printed copy of The Stars Are the Styx by Theodore Sturgeon at AbeBooks

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