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Philip Jose Farmer

a.k.a. Paul Chapin *, Philip Farmer, Maxwell Grant *, Dave Hellstrom *

Author Code: APJF

Born: Jan. 26, 1918 - Terre Haute, Indiana, USA

Died: Feb. 25, 2009 - Peoria, Illinois, USA

Educated at Peoria High School and later at Bradley University, Farmer was an avid reader and, already at the age of 9, resolved to be a writer. In 1941, he married Bette V. Andre. During World War II, Farmer washed out of flight school and went to work in a local steel mill. He received his degree in English in 1950. Encouraged by the publication of his novella, The Lovers in Startling Stories in 1952, Farmer quit his job to become a full-time writer. Due to a lack of further success, Farmer became a technical writer in 1956 over the next 14 years. During his spare time he wrote SF stories. After winning his second Hugo Award in 1968 for Riders of the Purple Wage, Farmer returned to full-time writing in 1969. In 2001, Farmer won the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement and was named SFWA Grand Master by the Science Fiction Writers of America. In all, he won three Hugo Awards. His Many works include A Woman a Day (1953, Rastignac the Devil (1954), Night of Light (1957), The Alley Man (1959), The Gate of Time (1966), A Private Cosmos (1968), Behind the Walls of Terror (1970), Hadon of Ancient Opar (1974), The Image of the Beast (1979), The Empire of the Nine (1988) and Dayworld Breakup (1990).

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APJF001 Daughter 1954 11 279k eBook Download PDF - 'Daughter' (APJF001)   Download ePub - 'Daughter' (APJF001) Find a printed copy of Daughter by Philip Jose Farmer at AbeBooks
APJF002 They Twinkled Like Jewels 1954 12 281k eBook Download PDF - 'They Twinkled Like Jewels' (APJF002)   Download ePub - 'They Twinkled Like Jewels' (APJF002) Find a printed copy of They Twinkled Like Jewels by Philip Jose Farmer at AbeBooks

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