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Pohl, Frederik

LC control no.n 79029809
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPS3566.O36
Personal name headingPohl, Frederik
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Variant(s)Pohl, Frederick, 1919-2013
Pohl, Frederik George, Jr., 1919-2013
See alsoFor works of this author written under other names, search also under: Mason, Ernst, 1919-2013 Stacy, Donald, 1919-2013 For works of this author written in collaboration with Lester del Rey, search also under: McCann, Edson
Mason, Ernst, 1919-2013
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Stacy, Donald, 1919-2013
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McCann, Edson
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LocatedBrooklyn (New York, N.Y.) Palatine (Ill.)
Birth date19191126
Death date20130902
Place of birthNew York (N.Y.)
Field of activityScience fiction
Profession or occupationAuthors Editors
Special notePseudonyms not found on separately published works: Elton V. Andrews, Paul Fleur, Lee Gregor, Warren F. Howard, Scott Mariner, James MacCreigh, Dirk Wilson, S.D. Gottesman, Paul Dennis Lavond, Dirk Wylie
Found inHis Beyond the end of time, 1952.
His Digits & dastards, 1968 (Frederick Pohl)
Wikipedia, viewed July 1, 2011 (Frederik Pohl; b. Nov. 26, 1919; an American science fiction writer, editor; lives in Palatine, Illinois); Sept. 4, 2013 (Frederik George Pohl, Jr.; pen names: Edson McCann (one collaborative novel with Lester del Rey), Jordan Park (two collaborative novels with Cyril M. Kornbluth), Elton V. Andrews (poem in the October 1937 issue of Amazing stories), Paul Fleur, Lee Gregor, Warren F. Howard (one story in a magazine), Scott Mariner (stories in magazines in collaboration with Cyril M. Kornbluth), Ernst Mason (nonfiction book on Tiberius), James MacCreigh (stories in magazines), Dirk Wilson, Donald Stacy, S.D. Gottesman (stories in magazines in collaboration with Cyril M. Kornbluth), Paul Dennis Lavond (collaborative stories in magazines), Dirk Wylie), viewed July 1, 2011 (b. in Brooklyn, NY)
Info. converted from 678, 20120924 (b. 1919)
New York times (online), viewed Sept. 4, 2013 (in obituary published Sept. 3: Frederik Pohl; b. Nov. 26, 1919, New York City; spent most of his childhood in Brooklyn; d. Monday [Sept. 2, 2013], aged 93; lived in Palatine, Ill., a Chicago suburb, and died in a nearby hospital; his passion for science fiction while growing up in Brooklyn led to a distinguished career as one of its most literate and politically sophisticated practitioners, though one who was skeptical about attempts to perfect society through scientific means)
Associated languageeng