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Ernst, Paul (Frederick) (1899-1985); used pseudonym Kenneth Robeson (items) (chron.)
See tellersofweirdtales.blogspot.com/2018/11/paul-ernst-1899-1985-part-one.html


Erskine, Ruaraidh; [i.e., Ruaraidh Erskine of Marr, born The Honourable Stuart Ruaraidh Joseph Erskine] (1869-1960) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruaraidh_Erskine


Ervine, St. John (Greer) (1883-1971) (items) (chron.)
Born in Belfast. Irish playwright and novelist.


Erwin, William (Portwood) (1895-1927) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Portwood_Erwin


Evans, Frank E(dgar) (1876-1941) (items) (chron.)
Naval officer and writer. Born in Franklin, Pennsylvania; died in Honolulu, Hawaii.


Evans, Gwyn(fyl Arthur) (1898-1938) (items) (chron.)
Fleet Street journalist.


Evans, Hubert (Reginald) (1892-1986) (items) (chron.)
See www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/hubert-reginald-evans/


Evarts, Hal G(eorge) (1887-1934) (items) (chron.)
See snaccooperative.org/ark:/99166/w6xm66ks


Evarts, Hal G(eorge, Jr.) (1915-1989) (items) (chron.)
See archiveswest.orbiscascade.org/ark:/80444/xv32839


Every, Gary (fl. 1990s-2020s) (items) (chron.)
See www.garyevery.com


Ewart, Ernest Andrew (1878-1943) (items) (chron.)
Born in Bangalore, India; playwright and screenwriter.


Eyton, John (Seymour) (1890-?) (items) (chron.)
English writer.


FaGalde, Glenn (1901-1957) (items) (chron.)
Married to pulp fiction writer Eli Colter (May Eliza Frost).


Faherty, Robert E(mmett) (1900-1992) (items) (chron.)
Born in Missoula, Montana; died in Paris, France; newspaperman who served a long time with the Chicago Daily News.


Fair, Elinor; [born Eleanore Virginia Crowe] (1903-1957) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elinor_Fair


Fairbanks, Douglas (1883-1939) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_Fairbanks


Fairman, Paul W(arren) (1909-1977); used pseudonym E. K. Jarvis (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/fairman_paul_w


Falter, John (Philip) (1910-1982) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Falter.html


Fane, Valentine (1894-1977) (items) (chron.)
See vandebilt.co.uk/attachments/link_article_HWH_22_24_valentine_fane.pdf


Farjeon, J(oseph) Jefferson (1883-1955) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/farjeon_j_jefferson


Farley, Ralph Milne; pseudonym of Roger Sherman Hoar (1887-1963) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/farley_ralph_milne


Farmer, Philip José (1918-2009); used pseudonym Maxwell Grant (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/farmer_philip_jose


Farnham, Walter (fl. 1920s-1930s) (items) (chron.)
Born in Wisconsin; lived in Merna, Nebraska.


Farrell, (Alfonso) Cliff(ord) (1899-1977) (items) (chron.)
News editor and author. Born Zanesville, Ohio; lived in California.


Faust, Frederick (Schiller) (1892-1944); used pseudonym Max Brand (items) (chron.)
Noted writer of western and adventure novels. Born in Seattle, Washington; killed on the battlefield of Santa Maria Infante, Italy.


Fay, William (fl. 1930s-1960s) (items) (chron.)
See barebonesez.blogspot.com/2021/05/william-fay-writer-and-family-man.html


Fearn, John (Francis) Russell (1908-1960) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/fearn_john_russell


Feldman, Anatole (France) (1901-1972); later known as Anatole Field (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatole_Feldman


Fellows, Russell J. (fl. 2000s) (items) (chron.)
See russelljfellows.com


Fenger, Frederic A. (1882-1970) (items) (chron.)
See library.mysticseaport.org/manuscripts/coll/coll223.cfm


Ferguson, Derrick (1959- ) (items) (chron.)
See dlferguson-bloodandink.blogspot.co.uk


Ferguson, John (Alexander) (1871-1952) (items) (chron.)
Born in Callander, Perthshire, Scotland; died in Lymington, Hampshire, England; clergyman, playwright and novelist.


Ferguson, W(illiam) B(lair) M(orton) (1882-1958) (items) (chron.)
Born in Belfast.


Ferrill, Benjamin F(ranklin) (1897-1960) (items) (chron.)
See tellersofweirdtales.blogspot.com/2018/12/benjamin-f-ferrill-1897-1960.html


Fessier, Michael (1905-1988) (items) (chron.)
See gilligan.fandom.com/wiki/Michael_Fessier


Findley, (Paul) Kevin (1965- ) (items) (chron.)
See www.goodreads.com/author/show/13806354.Kevin_Findley


Finlay, Virgil (Warden) (1914-1971) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Finlay.html


Finn, Tim J. (fl. 2010s-2020s) (items) (chron.)
See www.authortimjfinn.net


Finnegan, Frank X.; [i.e., Francis Xavier Finnegan] (1874-1964) (items) (chron.)
Born in Illinois, worked originally for the Chicago Chronicle circa 1898, but when they went bust, joined the Hearst outfit of the Chicago American, died in Los Angeles.


Firkins, Chester (1882-1915) (items) (chron.)
See www.poemhunter.com/chester-firkins/biography/


Firth, Norman “Wesley” (1920-1949) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/firth_n_wesley


Fischer, Anton Otto (1882-1962) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Fischer.html


Fischer, Charles Victor (?-1926) (items) (chron.)
Traveller and writer. Lived in Newark, New Jersey; died in New Jersey from injuries received in a car crash.


Fisher, Bud; [i.e., Harry Conway Fisher] (1885-1954) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bud_Fisher


Fisher, Graham (George) (1920- ) (items) (chron.)
Journalist and writer of books about the Royal family.


Fisher, Philip M(elancthon, Jr.) (1891-1973) (items) (chron.)
Writer and teacher. Born in Oakland, California. Not to be confused with educator Philip M. Fisher (1878-1932).


Fisher, Steve; [i.e., Stephen Gould Fisher] (1912-1980) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/fisher_steve


Fisher, Thornton (1888-1975) (items) (chron.)
See www.wnyc.org/story/175102-cartoonist-thornton-fisher-wnyc-sports-commentator-1924-1925


Fisk, Harry T(homas) (1887-1974) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Fisk.html


Flagg, Francis; pseudonym of George Henry Weiss (1898-1946) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/flagg_francis


Flagg, James Montgomery (1877-1960) (art)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Montgomery_Flagg


Flatau, Dorota; [i.e., Dorota Flatau Wilkinson] (1874-1947) (items) (chron.)
See tellersofweirdtales.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/two-australian-authors.html


Flavin, Martin (Archer) (1883-1967) (items) (chron.)
See www.betweenthecovers.com/btc/reference_library/author/1000492


Fleming, Ian (Lancaster) (1908-1964) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ian_Fleming


Fleming-Roberts, G. T.; [working name of George Thomas Roberts] (1910-1968); used pseudonym Ray P. Shotwell (items) (chron.)
See www.mysteryfile.com/GTFR/Bibliography.html


Fletcher, J(oseph) S(mith) (1863-1935) (items) (chron.)
See gadetection.pbworks.com/w/page/7930591/Fletcher%2C%20JS


Flora, Fletcher (1914-1968) (items) (chron.)
Mystery writer. Born in Parsons, Kansas. His death date is also listed as 1968.


Floren, Lee; [i.e., Leland H. Floren] (1910-1995) (items) (chron.)
See www.elpasotimes.com/story/news/history/blogs/tales-from-the-morgue/2009/10/07/1963-cowboy-writers-formula-spurs-novels-under-14-different-names/31522775/


Flower, Elliott (1863-1920) (items) (chron.)
Born in Madison, Wisconsin; journalist then fulltime freelance writer; died in San Diego, California.


Flowerdew, Herbert (1866-1917) (items) (chron.)
Born in York.


Floyd, Thomas (fl. 2000s-2020s) (art)
See www.tomfloyd.net


Flynn, Joshua Albert (1863-1933); used pseudonym Owen Oliver (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Flynn


Flynn, Maurice (Bennett “Lefty”) (1892-1959) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maurice_Bennett_Flynn


Flynn, T(homas) T(heodore, Jr.) (1902-1978) (items) (chron.)
See pulpflakes.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/tt-flynn-sailor-railroadman-author.html


Flynn, William J(ames) (1867-1928) (items) (chron.)
Born in New York City, served as Chief of the Secret Service 1912-1917, and Director of the Bureau of Investigation 1919-1921.


Fokker, Tony; [i.e., Anton Herman Gerard Fokker] (1890-1939) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Fokker


Folkard, Christian (fl. 1940s) (items) (chron.)
A real person, serving in the Far Eastern Front during World War II.



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