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Hannes Bok *

a.k.a. Wayne Francis Woodard

Author Code: AHBK

Born: Jul. 2, 1914 - Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Died: Apr. 11, 1964 - New York City, New York, USA

Educated in Duluth, Minnesota, where he graduated from high school, Bok moved to Seattle to live with his divorced mother. He began to write SF stories and to illustrate fan magazines. It was then that he adopted his pseudonym of Hannes Bok, based on Johannes Bach. He resided in Los Angeles during 1937, but returned to Seattle the following year. In 1939, he moved to New York City and joined Ray Bradbury's Futurians. He illustrated Bradbury's Futuria Fantasia during its lifetime. Bradbury, in turn, brought Bok's work to the notice of Farnsworth Wright who commissioned Bok to illustrate Weird Tales, beginning with the December 1939 issue. Bok published many stories in the mainstream SF magazines in order to supplement his income from illustrating. He produced a few novels including two that were the completion of Abraham Merritt's two unfinished stories. During the 1950s Bok began to concentrate on astrology and slowly ceased his SF output. His lifelong friend and fellow SF writer Emil Petaja began the Bokanalia Foundation after Bok's death from a heart attack. The Foundation showcases Bok's art and keeps his memory alive in the SF community. Bok's works include Starstone World (1942), The Sorcerer's Ship (1942), The Blue Pagoda (1946), The Black Wheel (1947) and The Blue Flamingo (1948).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AHBK003 The Blue Flamingo 1948 70 408k eBook Download PDF - 'The Blue Flamingo' (AHBK003)   Download ePub - 'The Blue Flamingo' (AHBK003) Find a printed copy of The Blue Flamingo by Hannes Bok * at AbeBooks
AHBK002 Dimensional Doors 1944 18 251k eBook Download PDF - 'Dimensional Doors' (AHBK002)   Download ePub - 'Dimensional Doors' (AHBK002) Find a printed copy of Dimensional Doors by Hannes Bok * at AbeBooks
AHBK004 The Ghost Punch 1944 9 148k eBook Download PDF - 'The Ghost Punch' (AHBK004)   Download ePub - 'The Ghost Punch' (AHBK004) Find a printed copy of The Ghost Punch by Hannes Bok * at AbeBooks
AHBK001 Letter to an Invisible Woman 1942 4 200k eBook Download PDF - 'Letter to an Invisible Woman' (AHBK001)   Download ePub - 'Letter to an Invisible Woman' (AHBK001) Find a printed copy of Letter to an Invisible Woman by Hannes Bok * at AbeBooks

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