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Wells, H(erbert) G(eorge) (1866-1946) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H._G._Wells


Wells, Hal K.; [i.e., Harold Kerton Wells] (1899-1979) (items) (chron.)
See tellersofweirdtales.blogspot.com/2011/12/hal-k-wells-1899.html


Wells, Jaye (fl. 2000s-2010s) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaye_Wells


Wells, Lee E(dwin) (1907-1982) (items) (chron.)
Born in Indianapolis; licensed public accountant in California; associated with an occult school in New York City; has been an MWA board member; deeply involved in Freemasonry. Living near Los Angeles; working in advertising and TV production; author of short stories.


Wells, (Frank Charles) Robert (1929- ) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/wells_robert


Welsh-Huggins, Andrew (fl. 2010s-2020s) (items) (chron.)
See andrewwelshhuggins.com


Welton, Benjamin (fl. 2010s-2020s) (items) (chron.)
See thoughtcatalog.com/benjamin-welton


Welty, Eudora (1909-2001) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eudora_Welty


Wentz, Maaja (fl. 2010s) (items) (chron.)
See www.maajawentz.com


Wessolowski, Hans W(aldemar) “Wesso” (1894-1948) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Wesso.html


West, John Anthony (1932-2018) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Anthony_West


West, John B(aldwin) (1905-1960) (items)
Born in Washington D.C., educated at Howard and Harvard Universities; physician, specialist in tropical diseases, with practice in Liberia; public health advisor to the emperor of Ethiopia; director of the Harlem Health Center in New York City; medical director of Provident Hospital, Chicago; went to Liberia as a Major in the United States Medical Corps to command a station hospital there; after WWII he directed a United States Public Health Mission for malaria control and built and operated the first radio station in Liberia; died as the result of an automobile accident in Monrovia.


West, Morris L(anglo) (1916-1999) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/west_morris


West, Paul (Clarendon) (1871-1918) (items) (chron.)
Perhaps the pseudonym of journalist William Andrew Johnson (1879-1929); perhaps journalist Paul Clarendon West (1871-1918); perhaps somebody else.


West, Richard (Temple) (1920- ) (items) (chron.)
Son of Gladys Young.


Westermann, John (1952- ) (items) (chron.)
Police officer on Long Island.


Westerson, Jeri (1960- ) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeri_Westerson


Westlake, Donald E(dwin Edmund) (1933-2008) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/westlake_donald_e


Westman, Lolita Ann (1906-1965) (items) (chron.)
See www.imdb.com/name/nm0922850/


Weston, Joanna M. (fl. 2000s-2010s) (items) (chron.)
See 1960willowtree.wordpress.com


Wetherell, June; [i.e., June Patricia Wetherell Frame] (1909-2010) (items) (chron.)
Born in Bellingham, Washington. Reporter in Seattle and editorial assistsant on magazines; living in Texas.


Wetjen, Albert Richard (1900-1948) (items) (chron.)
See pulpflakes.blogspot.com/2013/04/albert-r-wetjen-sailor-writer.html


Wharton, Edith (Newbold, née Jones) (1862-1937) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edith_Wharton


Wheatley, Dennis (Yeats) (1897-1977) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dennis_Wheatley


Wheatley, Mark (1954- ) (art)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Wheatley_(comics)


Wheeler-Nicholson, [Major] Malcolm (1890-1965) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malcolm_Wheeler-Nicholson


Wheelock, Dorothy; [i.e., Dorothy Wheelock Snyder Edson] (1907-2010) (items) (chron.)
Born in Cedarhurst, New York; for 30 years a writing instructor; editor on Harper’s Bazaar magazine, and frequent contributor; died in Lyme, New Hampshire.


Whelton, Paul (Francis) (1894-1953) (items) (chron.)
Born in Boston; died in Braintree, Massachusetts; veteran newspaper man who was with the Boston Daily Record at the time of his death.


Whipple, Chandler H(enry) (1905-1977) (items) (chron.)
Writer and editor. Born in Jackson County, Michigan; lived in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.


Whipple, Charles T. (fl. 1980s-2010s) (items) (chron.)
See www.manicreaders.com/CharlesTWhipple/


Whipple, Kenneth (Duane) (1894-1974) (items) (chron.)
Newspaper editor in New Hampshire.


Whish-Wilson, David (1966- ) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Whish-Wilson


Whitaker, Beryl (Salusbury) (1916-1996) (items) (chron.)
Born Beryl Salusbury Colman, married John Wilson in 1936, then Edward Levy in 1946, and finally Gerald Whitaker in 1955.


Whitaker, H(erman) (1867-1919) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herman_Whitaker


Whitby, Pauline (1926-2013); used pseudonym Pauline Ashwell (items) (chron.)
Born in Hatfield, England.


White, Daniel Scott (fl. 2010s-2020s) (items) (chron.)
See www.thelandofwords.com


White, Edward Lucas (1866-1934) (items) (chron.)
Born in Bergen, N.J.; educated at Johns Hopkins University; novelist and teacher.


White, Fred M(errick) (1859-1935) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/white_fred_m


White, J. P. (fl. 1980s-2010s) (items) (chron.)
See beyondthebooks.wordpress.com/2010/05/05/interview-with-j-p-white-author-of-every-boat-turns-south


White, Kate (1951- ) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kate_White


White, Leslie T(urner) (1903-1967) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/white_leslie_t


White, Robin (1928-2010) (items) (chron.)
See articles.latimes.com/2010/dec/26/local/la-me-passings-20101227


White, Stephen (Walsh) (1951- ) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_White_(author)


White, Stewart Edward (1873-1946) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/white_stewart_edward


White, Ted; [i.e., Theodore Edward White] (1938- ) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/white_ted


White, William A(nthony) P(arker) (1911-1968); used pseudonym Anthony Boucher (items) (chron.)
Editor, critic, writer, co-founder of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. He was born and died in Oakland, California.


Whiteford, Wynne (Noel) (1915-2002) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/whiteford_wynne_n


Whitehead, Henry S(t. Clair) (1882-1932) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_S._Whitehead


Whitehill, (Howard) Joseph (Jr.) (1927-2011) (items) (chron.)
Born in Columbus, Ohio and died in Haverford, Pennsylvania; served in U.S. Navy; earned a masters degree at Johns Hopkins Unviersity, followed by doctoral program in criminal justice at Florida State University; accountant, master machinist and electronics designer; became manager of a tool corporation and of Whitehill Oil Corporation.


Whitehouse, Arch; [i.e., Arthur George Joseph Whitehouse] (1895-1979) (items) (chron.)
Author, journalist, screenwriter, cartoonist. He was in the Royal Flying Corps, No. 22 Squadron, and is credited with destroying 16 enemy aircraft and 6 kite balloons. Born in Northampton, England; came to the United States in 1905; died in Lincoln Park, New Jersey.


Whitelaw, David (1875-1971) (items) (chron.)
Born in London. Journalist; editor of The London Magazine and The Premier Magazine. Lived in Brighton.


Whitfield, Raoul F(alconia) (1896-1945) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raoul_Whitfield


Whitman, H. E. O.; [i.e., Esmond Oram Whitman] (1900-1980) (items) (chron.)
This is the name under which Esmond Oram Whitman, 1900-1980, was known in his life and writing. Born in Utah, raised in Kansas, spent many years in Arizona, and died in Santa Monica, California. Possibly his last name was originally Witman.


Whitman, Walt (1819-1892) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walt_Whitman


Whittaker, [Capt.] Frederick (1838-1889) (items) (chron.)
Born in London.


Whittle, Tina (fl. 2010s) (items) (chron.)
See tinawhittle.com


Wickham, Harvey (1872-1930) (items) (chron.)
Novelist and essayist. Born in Middletown, New York; died in Rome, Italy.


Wiecek, Mike (fl. 2000s-2010s) (items) (chron.)
See www.mikecooper.com


Wiehl, Lis (1961- ) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis_Wiehl


Wightman, Archibald John (1908-1985) (items) (chron.)
Born in Edinburgh; was deputy Director of Textiles in Bengal; died in Scotland.


Wilcox, Don; [i.e., Cleo Eldon Wilcox] (1905-2000); used pseudonym Alexander Blade (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/wilcox_don


Wilcox, Harry (1909-?) (items) (chron.)
Born Percival (or Perceval) George Albert Wilcox in Leyton, Essex.. Served extensively with the British military in the Far East.


Wilcox, J(ames) M(ilton) (1895-1958) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Wilcox.html


Wild, Elle (fl. 2010s) (items) (chron.)
See www.ellewild.com


Wilde, Oscar (Fingal O’Flahertie Wills) (1854-1900) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Wilde


Wilde, Percival (1887-1953) (items) (chron.)
Born in New York City; educated at Columbia University; served in U.S. Navy during WWI; inventor of airplane compass devices adopted by the Navy; playwright and book reviewer.


Wilder, Marshall P(inckney) (1859-1915) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marshall_Pinckney_Wilder



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