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Anthony Boucher *

a.k.a. William Anthony Parker White, H.H. Holmes *

Author Code: AABO

Born: Aug. 21, 1911 - Oakland, California, USA

Died: Apr. 29, 1968 - Oakland, California, USA

Educated at the University of Southern California and the University of California, Berkeley. He adopted the pseudonym of Boucher, because someone had told him the William White was too common a name. He wrote in many genres including mystery, science fiction and horror. His first story was Snulbug, which appeared in Unknown in 1941. He regularly contributed to Astounding SF as well as Unknown. He also published some non-SF stories using the pseudonym of H.H. Holmes. In 1949, he co-founded The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. He was the sole editor of the magazine from 1954 until his retirement in 1958. He was also a distinguished book reviewer and critic and wrote for both the New York Times and the New York Herald. He also edited a number of anthologies. Boucher did much to raise the literary standards of science fiction in the 1950s. He died of lung cancer. His works include The Case of the Seven of Calvary (1937), The Case of the Crumpled Knave (1939), The Case of the Baker Street Irregulars (1940), Nine Times Nine (1940), The Case of the Solid Key (1941), Rocket to the Morgue (1942), The Compleat Werewolf (1942), The Quest For Saint Aquin (1951) and Far and Away 1955).

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AABO001 The Compleat Werewolf 1942 39 224k eBook Download PDF - 'The Compleat Werewolf' (AABO001)   Download ePub - 'The Compleat Werewolf' (AABO001) Find a printed copy of The Compleat Werewolf by Anthony Boucher * at AbeBooks
AABO002 Transfer Point 1950 17 212k eBook Download PDF - 'Transfer Point' (AABO002)   Download ePub - 'Transfer Point' (AABO002) Find a printed copy of Transfer Point by Anthony Boucher * at AbeBooks

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