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Storm, Michael; pseudonym of Ernest Sempill (c1862-c1909) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2007/07/michael-storm.html


Stott, W(illiam) R(obertson) S(mith) (1878-1939) (art)
See www.lookandlearn.com/blog/11062/w-r-s-stott-artist


Stout, E(thel) Almaz (1871-1946) (stories)
Born in Gloucester, England; journalist and one-time president of the Society of Women Journalists; died in Kensington, London.


Strang, Herbert; pseudonym of George Herbert Ely (1866-1958) & C. James L’Estrange (1867-1947) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/strang_herbert


Streatfeild, (Mary) Noel (1895-1986) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noel_Streatfeild


Stretton, Hesba; pseudonym of Sarah Smith (1832-1911) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hesba_Stretton


Stringer, Arthur (John Arbuthnott) (1874-1950) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/stringer_arthur


Stuart, Esmè; pseudonym of Amélie Claire Leroy (1851-1934) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Am%C3%A9lie_Claire_Leroy


Studdy, George E(rnest) (1878-1948) (stories) (art)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_E._Studdy


Sullivan, Edward D(ean) (1888-1938) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2015/10/edward-dean-sullivan.html


Swinnerton, James (Guilford) (1875-1974) (art)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Swinnerton


Symington, J(ames) Ayton ({c}1856-1939) (stories) (art)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2018/01/j-ayton-symington.html


Symonds, F(rancis) Addington (1893-1971) (stories)
Born in Southampton; editor and journalist.


Symons, Julian (Gustave) (1912-1994) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_Symons


Tabor, (Ina) Grace (1874-1971) (stories)
See tclf.org/pioneer/grace-tabor


Tate, Maurice (William) (1895-1956) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maurice_Tate


Taylor, Allan K. ({c}1890-1951) (stories)
Born in Glasgow; birth name unknown.


Teed, G(eorge) H(eber) (1886-1938) (stories)
Byline sometimes: Hamilton Teed.


Temple, William F(rederick) (1914-1989) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/temple_william_f


Tench, C(harles) V(ictor) (1892-1963) (stories)
Writer. Born in Hampton, Middlesex, England; emigrated to Canada around 1930; died in Vancouver; prolific contributor of short fiction to newspapers, pulps and slicks.


Tennyson, Alfred, Lord (1809-1892) (stories) (assoc.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred,_Lord_Tennyson


Tennyson, L(ionel) H(allam), 3rd Baron Tennyson (1889-1951) (stories) (assoc.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lionel_Tennyson,_3rd_Baron_Tennyson


Terhune, Albert Payson (1872-1942) (stories)
Journalist and novelist, now remembered solely for stories featuring improbably noble dogs. Born in Newark, New Jersey; died in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey.


Terrill, G(eorge) Appleby (1882-1928) (stories)
born in Cornwall (Falmouth); worked at a private school in Kent and then moved to another school at Battle in Sussex where he died.


Terry-Thomas [i.e., Thomas Terry Hoar Stevens] (1911-1990) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry-Thomas


Thackeray, William Makepeace (1811-1863) (stories) (assoc.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Makepeace_Thackeray


Thomas, Lowell (Jackson) (1892-1981) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lowell_Thomas


Thomas, Reginald G(eorge) (1899-1956) (stories)
Born in Worcester; educated at University College, Wales; a journalist.


Thomson, Edward William (1849-1924) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_William_Thomson_(writer)


Thornbury, (George) Walter (1828-1876) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Walter_Thornbury


Tirebuck, William Edwards (1854-1900) (stories)
See www.bartleby.com/library/bios/6059.html


Titus, Harold (1888-1967) (stories)
Born in Traverse City, Michigan; educated at University of Michigan; writer and editor; interested in angling and conservation.


Tomson, Graham R.; pseudonym of Rosamund Marriott Watson (1860-1911) (stories)
See www.bartleby.com/293/409.html


Tourgée, Albion (Winegar) (1838-1905) (stories)
Born in Williamsfield, Ohio; received a B.A. degree from the University of Rochester; enlisted in the 27th New York Regiment and was wounded in the first battle of Bull Run; commissioned in the 105th Ohio Regiment and injured again at the battle of Perryville; studied law and admitted to the bar of Ohio in 1864; entered politics in 1866; founded the Union Register, devoted to Radical policies, in 1867; served as a judge of the superior court for six years; was “one of the most brilliant of the Carpet-baggers of the South”; died in Bordeaux, France.


Townsend, Leonard (1899-1986) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/walter-leonard-townsend.html


Townsend, Walter (1901-1972) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/walter-leonard-townsend.html


Tranum, John (1902-1935) (stories)
Died on March 7, 1935, in Copenhagen whilst trying to beat his own world’s record for delayed opening descent, dropping 25,000 feet before using his parachute. His main oxygen apparently failed.


Trask, (Henry) Keith (1879-1944) (stories)
Born in New York City, educated at Columbia University; mechanical engineer, magazine writer; living in California in 1930s.


Travis, Falcon (1912-2008) (stories)
Born in Salford, Lancashire, England; died in Thornton, Lancashire.; prolific author for boy’s magazines and comics.


Trease, (Robert) Geoffrey (1909-1998) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geoffrey_Trease


Treat, Lawrence (1903-1998) (stories)
Mystery writer, born Lawrence Arthur Goldstone; name change in 1940. Born in New York City; lived in Massachusetts.


Trench, (Frederic) Herbert (1865-1923) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herbert_Trench


Tresilian, (Cecil) Stuart (1891-1974) (art)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/stuart-tresilian.html


Trevelyan, Raleigh (1923-2014) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raleigh_Trevelyan


Treves, [Sir] Frederick (1853-1923) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Frederick_Treves,_1st_Baronet


Trevor, Elleston (1920-1995) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elleston_Trevor


Trewin, J(ohn) C(ourtenay) (1908-1990) (stories)
Born in Cornwall; educated at Plymouth College; journalist, drama critic and playwright.


Triem, Paul Ellsworth (1882-1976) (stories)
Writer; under the pseudonym “Paul Ellsworth” wrote novels about mental power and mind-control; married to well-known poet Eve Triem. Born in Manchester, Iowa; died in Seattle, Washington.


Trowbridge, J(ohn) T(ownsend) (1827-1916) (stories)
Born in Ogden, N.Y.


Tuite, Hugh (George Spencer) (1863-1933) (stories)
Born in Woolwich, Kent.


Turnbull, F. G. (fl. 1930s-1960s) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/f-g-turnbull.html


Turner, J(ohn) V(ictor) (1905-1945) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2009/05/j-v-turner-aka-david-hume.html


Tuttiett, Mary Gleed (1847-1923) (stories)
Born in the Isle of Wight; in adult life was strong advocate for women’s rights; lived most of her life in Ealing, London, where she died.


Twain, Mark; pseudonym of Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835-1910) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Twain


Twidle, Arthur (1864-1936) (stories) (art)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2018/03/arthur-twidle.html


Twyman, H(arold) W(illiam) (1873-1971) (stories) (art)
Born in London; educated at King Edward’s School, Witley; periodical editor and writer.


Tyler, Charles W(arren) (1887-1952) (stories)
See mysteryfile.com/blog/?p=17703


Tynan, Katharine [i.e., Katharine Tynan Hinkson] ({c}1859-1931) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katharine_Tynan


Tyrer, Walter (1900-1978) (stories)
Prolific author of juvenile fiction in England, with perhaps 20 million words of output.


Underwood, Sophie (née) Kerr (1880-1965) (stories)
See www.encyclopedia.com/arts/news-wires-white-papers-and-books/underwood-sophie-kerr


Uptton, Clive (1911-2006) (art)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clive_Uptton


Urner, Nathan D(ane) (1839-1893) (stories)
Born in Cincinnati; died in New York City; City Editor of the New York Tribune.


Urquhart, Paul; joint pseudonym of Ladbroke Black (1877-1940) & Thomas Cox Meech (1868-1940) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2007/09/paul-urquhart-ladbroke-black-thomas.html


Utley, George (1887-1966) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Utley


Vahey, John (George) Haslette (1881-1938) (stories)
Born in Belfast; educated at Foyle College, Londonderry and Hanover.


Vaizey, Jessie Bell Mansergh [Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey] (1857-1917) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs_George_de_Horne_Vaizey


Valentry, Duane (1909-2000) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/duane-valentry.html


Vandam, Albert D(resden) (1843-1903) (stories)
Born in London, son of a Dutch official in charge of their state lottery; raised in Paris, but after the Franco-Prussian war settled into a career in journalism in London; Paris correspondent for the Globe 1882-1887; died penniless in London.


Varah, (Edward) Chad (1911-2007) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2007/11/chad-varah-1911-2007.html


Vaughan, John (1855-1922) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Vaughan_(canon)


Vaux, Patrick; pseudonym of Maclaren Mein (1872-1935) (stories)
Writer and journalist. Born in Roxburgh, New Zealand; lived in Essex, England.


Verne, Jules (Gabriel) (1828-1905) (stories) (assoc.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jules_Verne


Verner, Gerald; pseudonym of John Robert Stuart Pringle (1897-1980) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2009/09/gerald-verner.html


Verpilleux, Émile (Antoine) (1888-1964) (art)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Émile_Antoine_Verpilleux


Verrill, A(lpheus) Hyatt (1871-1954) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/verrill_a_hyatt


Victor, Mrs. M(etta) V(ictoria Fuller) (1831-1886) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metta_Victoria_Fuller_Victor


Villiers, Alan (John Murray) (1903-1982) (stories)
Writer, lecturer, sailor, nautical expert. Born in Melbourne, Australia; died in Oxford, England.


Villiers, Margaret Elizabeth (, Countess of Jersey, née Leigh) (1849-1945) (stories)
See www.hymnary.org/person/ChildVilliers_Margaret


Vise, (Marjorie) Jennetta (Blithe) (1912-1979) (art)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2007/06/jenetta-vise.html


Vivian, E. Charles; pseudonym of Charles Cannell (1882-1947) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/vivian_e_charles


Vynne, Nora (1864-1914) (stories)
See www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803120306174


Wain, Louis (1860-1939) (art)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Wain


Walford, L(ucy) B(ethia Colquhoun) [Mrs. Alfred Saunders Waiford] (1845-1915) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucy_Bethia_Walford


Walker, David (Harry) (1911-1992) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Walker_(author)


Walker, Rowland (1876-1947) (stories)
Author and journalist.


Walkey, S(amuel) (1871-1953) (stories)
Born in Cornwall.


Wallace, Bryan Edgar (1904-1971) (stories)
Son of (Richard Horatio) Edgar Wallace. Educated at Cambridge; screenwriter, Diplomatic Secretary at British Embassy in Madrid; owned a chateau in France, but died in Columbus, Ohio.


Wallace, (George) Carlton (1903-1980) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/carlton-wallace.html


Wallace, (Richard Horatio) Edgar (1875-1932) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgar_Wallace


Wallace, Helen (Grace) (1853-1944) (stories)
Born in Edinburgh, Scotland; died in Torquay, England.



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