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Follett, Ken(neth Martin) (1949- ) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Follett


Folsom, Elizabeth Irons; [i.e., Elizabeth Irons Folsom Fox] (1861-1935) (items) (chron.)
See mchistory.org/research/resources/elisabeth-irons-folsom-fox.php


Footner, (William) Hulbert (1879-1944) (items) (chron.)
Mystery writer, historian and playwright. Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; died in Baltimore, Maryland.


Foran, [Major] W(illiam) Robert (1882-1966) (items) (chron.)
English traveller, writer, big-game hunter, East African policeman; foreign correspondent for Theodore Roosevelt’s African safari. Foran was resident in Kenya as Assistant District Superintendent of the British East African Police during the first decade of this century, and in 1908 he arrested Talbot Mundy (then passing as “Thomas Hartley”) in Lake Victoria. Although Foran was one of the few people who knew of Talbot Mundy’s past, he never publicly revealed his knowledge. Died in Nanyuki, Kenya. See also under Talbot Mundy.


Ford, John B. (1963- ) (items)
See www.rainfallsite.com/FiendishFord.html


Foreman, L(eonard) L(ondon) (1901-1969) (items) (chron.)
See pulpflakes.blogspot.com/2019/04/ll-foreman-western-author.html


Forester, C(ecil) S(cott); pseudonym of Cecil Lewis Troughton Smith (1899-1966) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C.S._Forester


Forman, Harrison (1904-1978) (items) (chron.)
Aviator, editor, foreign correspondent and writer. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; died in New York City.


Forrester, Izola L.; [i.e., Izola Louise Forrester Page] (1878-1944) (items) (chron.)
Novelist, poet, actress. Born in Pascoag, Rhode Island.


Forstmann, Walther (1883-1973) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walther_Forstmann


Fort, Charles (Hoy) (1874-1932) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Fort


Fortescue, Granville (Roland) (1875-1952) (items) (chron.)
Soldier, editor and playwright. Born in New York; died in West Palm Beach, Florida.


Fortier, Ron(ald Joseph) (1946- ) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Fortier


Fortune, Mary Helena Wilson (1833-1910) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Fortune


Foster, (William) Bennett (1897-1969) (items) (chron.)
See pulpflakes.blogspot.com/2018/02/bennett-foster-western-author-teacher.html


Foster, David Skaats (1852-1920) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/foster_david_skaats


Foster, George C(ecil) (1893-1975) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/foster_george_c


Foster, W(alter) Bert(ram) (1869-1929) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/foster_w_bert


Foster-Harris, (William) (1903-1978) (items) (chron.)
Educator, author, oilman, editor of an oil-related newspaper. Born in the Chicasaw Nation Indian Territory; died in Norman, Oklahoma.


Foucar, E(mile) C(harles) V(ictor) (1894-1963) (items) (chron.)
Born in Burma, grew up and educated in England from 1903; returned to Burma as a barrister in 1922 to practice there, staying until 1951; died in Honiton, Dorset, England.


Fowler, Frank G(illman) (1900-1971) (items) (chron.)
Novelist and screenwriter. Born in Brooklyn, New York.


Fox, Edward S(eccomb) (fl. 1930s-1950s) (items) (chron.)
Writer. Born in New York; lived in Daytona Beach, Florida (?).


Fox, Gardner F(rancis) (1911-1986) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/fox_gardner_f


Frandzen, Eugene M(abus) (1893-1972) (items) (art) (chron.)
See pulpartists.com/Frandzen.html


Frankau, Julia (Davis) (1859-1916) (items) (chron.)
Born in Dublin; educated at home by eldest daughter of Karl Marx; moved in high society. Mother of Gilbert Frankau.


Franké, Joseph; [i.e., Joseph Walther Franke] (1893-1933) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Franke.html


Franklin, Edgar; pseudonym of Edgar Franklin Stearns (1879-1958) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/franklin_edgar


Franklin, George Cory (1872-1962) (items) (chron.)
Prolific writer. Born in Oswego, Kansas; lived in California.


Fraser, W(illiam) A(lexander) (1859-1933) (items) (chron.)
Born in Nova Scotia; a mining engineer in India, Burma and Canada; contributed to numerous magazines and Sunday newspapers.


Frazee, Steve; [i.e., Charles Stephen Frazee] (1909-1992) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/frazee_steve


Freas, Frank Kelly (1922-2005) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Freas.html


Freeman, Martin J(oseph) (1899-1969) (items) (chron.)
Birth name: Marion Joseph Freeman (and name under which he joined the Army in WWI). Born in Ade, Ohio; graduate of Ohio Northern Univ.; had Ph.D. from U. of Chicago; taught at various colleges; ; died in Delmar, New York.


Freeman, R(ichard) Austin (1862-1943) (items) (chron.)
English physician; writer of detective stories featuring Dr. John Evelyn Thorndyke, the best of which have no peer. Born in London, England; died at Gravesend, Kent, England.


Freeman, William (1880-?) (items) (chron.)
Born in Hanwell, Middlesex; author, journalist and lecturer; founder, chairman and first London secretary of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society.


French, Joseph Lewis (1858-1936) (items) (chron.)
Journalist, editor, writer, anthologist. Born in New York City; died in Orangeburg, New York.


Frick, Ford C(hristopher) (1894-1978) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Frick


Friel, Arthur O(lney) (1885-1959) (items) (chron.)
See pulpflakes.blogspot.com/2012/04/arthur-olney-friel-was-born-on-31-may.html


Friend, Oscar J(erome) (1897-1963) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/friend_oscar_j


Fritch, Charles E(dward) (1927-2012) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/fritch_charles_e


Frost, May Eliza (1890-1984); used pseudonym Eli Colter (items) (chron.)
Married to John Irving Hawkins (1891-1981), then Glenn FaGalde (1901-1957). In California Death Index as May Eliza Harvey.


Frost, Meigs O(liver) (1882-1950) (items) (chron.)
Newspaperman, editor, foreign correspondent. Born in New Britain, Connecticut; died in New Orleans, Louisiana.


Frost, Walter Archer (1875-1964) (items) (chron.)
Born in Amenia, N.Y.; educated at Harvard and University of Wisconsin; writer, soldier, explorer; had editorial positions on various magazines; author of about 500 short stories and novelets; died in Martinsburg, West Virginia.


Frye, Lloyd Hudson (1947- ) (items) (chron.)
See www.bewilderingstories.com/bios/frye_bio.html


Fuessle, Newton A(ugustus) (1883-1924) (items) (chron.)
Journalist and novelist. Born in Chicago, Illinois; died in Middletown, Massachusetts.


Fuller, William (Hanscom) (1913-1982) (items) (chron.)
See fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Fuller


Fuqua, Robert; pseudonym of Joseph W. Tillotson (1905-1959) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Fuqua.html


Futrelle, Jacques; [born John Heath Futrell] (1873-1912) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacques_Futrelle


Gaddis, Vincent H(ayes) (1913-1997) (items) (chron.)
Documentor of the paranormal; coiner of the term “Bermuda Triangle.” Born in Illinois.


Galbreath, Thomas Crawford (1876-1916) (items) (chron.)
See www.findagrave.com/memorial/33814360


Gallagher, Frank (1893-1962) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Gallagher_(author)


Gallico, Paul (William) (1897-1976) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Gallico


Gallon, Helen Kate (1874-1938) (items) (chron.)
Sister of Tom Gallon.


Gallon, Tom; [i.e., Thomas Henry Gallon] (1866-1914) (items) (chron.)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2007/08/tom-gallon.html


Gallun, Raymond Z(inke) (1911-1994) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/gallun_raymond_z


Gammill, Kerry (1954- ) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kerry_Gammill


Ganpat, [Colonel] (Martin); pseudonym of Martin Louis Alan Gompertz (1886-1951) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/ganpat


Gantz, Kenneth F(ranklin) (1905-1980) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/gantz_kenneth_f


Gardner, Curtiss T(arring) (1898-?) (items) (chron.)
Born in Maryland; graduate of MIT; lived in Tice, Florida.


Gardner, Erle Stanley (1889-1970) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erle_Stanley_Gardner


Gardner, Horace J(ohn) (1895-1950) (items) (chron.)
Educated at University of Pennsylvania; contributed to magazines and trade periodicals.


Garis, Howard R(oger) (1873-1962) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/garis_howard_r


Garrett, Del (fl. 2000s-2010s) (items) (chron.)
See www.garretthousepublishing.blogspot.co.uk


Garstin, Crosbie (1887-1930) (items) (chron.)
Poet, artist, sportsman, traveller. Born in Cheltenham, England (?); died by drowning in Salcombe Harbour, Devon, England.


Gault, William Campbell (1910-1995) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Campbell_Gault


Gaunt, Mary; [i.e., Mary Elizabeth Bakewell Gaunt Miller] (1861-1942) (items) (chron.)
Writer. Born in Chiltern, Victoria, Australia; lived in London and Italy; died in Cannes, France.


Gaynor, Janet; [born Laura Augusta Gainor] (1906-1984) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janet_Gaynor


Geier, Chester S. (1921-1991); used pseudonym Alexander Blade (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/geier_chester_s



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