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 Jack Dann - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jack Dann (born February 15, 1945) is an American science fiction writer living in Australia.
Dann began publishing science fiction in 1970 with the stories 'Dark, Dark the Dead Star" and "Traps," both of which appeared in the Ejler Jakobsson-edited Worlds of If and were collaborations with George Zebrowski.
He began writing novels within a few years, perhaps best known for The Man Who Melted (1984), The Memory Cathedral (1995) and The Rebel: An Imagined Life of James Dean (2004).
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 ORNITHANTHROPUS: Science Fantasy by B Alan Burhoe
Three decades of change: from figuring out how to unplug the main metering jets in a four barrel carburetor of the old Chevy (remember carburetors?) to digging the nefarious
Maybe not WHEELS (Ejler thought that one was over the top).
Imagine a golden centaur standing poised in expectation at the edge of a worldwide grassland that begins at his forehooves.
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 Son of Space Opera: an extract from History of the Science Fiction Magazine by Mike Ashley - infinity plus non-fiction
Rather than go with the magazine to the new publisher, Pohl quit and decided to return to writing.
From deep within the bowels of UPD's book department emerged Ejler Jakobsson.
By one of those strange twists of fate Jakobsson had succeeded Pohl as editor of Super Science Stories over twenty years before.
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 ScienTiFiction (STF) Page for Vince Nowell, Sr   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
When SSS returned in 1949 the sf editor for Popular Publications was Ejler Jakobsson (assisted by Damon Knight, per Ashley).
Twenty years later Jakobsson would be the editor for Galaxy, under Sol Cohen's UPD Group.
Once again Jakobsson sort-of succeeded Frederik Pohl, who'd run Galaxy for several years prior.
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 N3F - History of the National Fantasy Fan Federation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
With James Blish and Judith Merril he also founded the Milford Science Fiction Writers’ Conference in 1956 (and, for over twenty years, directed the Conferences), and he later participated in founding the Clarion SF Writers’ Workshop (1968).
He began his editing career in 1943 with Popular Publication, worked for a while for a literary agency, then returned to Popular Publications and assisted Ejler Jakobsson at Super Science Stories.
He left in 1950 to become editor of Worlds Beyond, which was cancelled after only three issues.
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 The James Sallis Web Pages
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (June 1971).
If, January 1970 (New York: Universal, 1970), edited by Ejler Jakobsson.
Leviathan 3 (Tallahassee: Ministry of Whimsy Press, 2002), edited by Forrest Aguirre and Jeff VanderMeer.
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 Literary Leaps -- Science Fiction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Okal Rel Universe -- Background and reference site for science fiction phenemonon manifest as a ten book novel series.
ORNITHANTHROPUS: Science Fantasy by B Alan Burhoe -- A tribute to Freedom in memory of editor Ejler Jakobsson.
Complete SF story SOMEDAY THERE WILL BE CENTAURS.
www.literaryleaps.com /leapaisle.cfm?aislenumber=47&lastfound=141   (608 words)

  
 Amazon.com: WORLDS OF FANTASY - Volume 1, number 3 - Winter 1970-71: The Tombs of Atuan; If a Flower Could Eclipse; ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
WORLDS OF FANTASY - Volume 1, number 3 - Winter 1970-71: The Tombs of Atuan; If a Flower Could Eclipse; Me-Too; Death of a Peculiar Boar; Santa Titcaca; A Ship Will Come; In the Cards; Funny Place; The Man Doors Said Hello To (Paperback)
by Ejler (editor) (Ursula K. Le Guin; Michael Bishop; Sonya Dorman; Naomi Mitchison; Connie Willis; Robert F. Young; Robert Bloch; Naomi J. Kahn; James Tiptree Jr.) Jakobsson (Author), Jack Gaughan; (Illustrator)
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All the Way Up, All the Way Down.
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 WOLFBLOOD: A Northwestern by Brian Alan Burhoe
For more of my writing, check out ORNITHANTHROPUS.
It's a tribute page to Freedom, in memory of editor Ejler Jakobsson.
And it contains the complete version of my popular online science-fantasy fiction SOMEDAY THERE WILL BE CENTAURS.
www.webspawner.com /users/firwoods/index.html   (2038 words)

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