Ted White Collection

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US TxAM-C C000230

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Ted White Collection


  • 1973 (Creation)


2 folders

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Ted White was born on February 4, 1983, in Washington, DC. White has been an editor and writer of science fiction throughout his working life. He was the assistant editor of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (1963-1968), and editor of Amazing Stories and Fantastic (1968-1978). He also served in editorial capacities for the Scott Meredith Literary Agency, Heavy Metal (1979-1980), and Lancer Books. White was the chairman of the Twenty-Fifth World Science Fiction Convention.

He has written a number of novels and short stories (the first of his published work was the story "Phoenix", written in 1963 with Marion Zimmer Bradley; which he later expanded into the 1966 novel Phoenix Prime, the first in the Qanar series).

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This collection includes the typescript for an editorial by White for the September 1973 issue of Fantastic, and some 14 pieces of editorial correspondence, undated.

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Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

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  • English

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© Copyright 2019 Cushing Library. All rights reserved.

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