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Mae, Samuel (fl. 2010s) (stories)
See www.samuelmae.info


Maël, Pierre; pseudonym of Charles Causse (1862-1904) & Charles Vincent (1851-1920) (stories)
See www.roman-daventures.com/auteurs/france/mael/mael.htm


Maeterlinck, Maurice (Polydore Marie Bernard) (1862-1949) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maurice_Maeterlinck


Magee, John Gillespie, Jr. (1922-1941) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Gillespie_Magee,_Jr.


Maginn, William (1793-1842) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/maginn_william


Maguire, Robert Augustine Joseph (1898-?) (stories)
Writer. Born in Dublin, Ireland; lived in England.


Maguire, Walter Haynes (1876?-1910?) (stories)
If these are the correct dates, he was born in Philadelphia and died in Chicago.


Mahaffay, Robert E(rvine) (1890-1967) (stories)
Interested in railroads.


Mahannah, Floyd (1911-1976) (stories) (assoc.)
Also wrote mysteries.


Mahony, Francis Sylvester (1804-1866) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Sylvester_Mahony


Maier, Howard (1906?-1983) (stories)
Political specialist, television director, author. Died in Hollandale, Florida.


Mailer, Norman (Kingsley) (1923-2007) (stories)
Major novelist, short story writer, poet, essayist, playwright, media figure. Born in Long Branch, New Jersey. Husband of Norris Church Mailer.


Mailer, Norris Church (1949-2010) (stories)
Wife of Norman Mailer.


Maine, Charles Eric; pseudonym of David McIlwain (1921-1981) (stories) (assoc.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/maine_charles_eric


Mainwaring, Daniel (Geoffrey) (1902-1977) (stories)
Born near Dunlap, California; graduate of Fresno State College in 1926; reporter for the Fresno Bee, crime reporter for the Los Angeles Herald, Los Angeles Daily News, and Los Angeles Express.


Mais, S(tuart) P(etre) B(rodie) (1885-1975) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petre_Mais


Majumdar, Shombuddha (fl. 2010s) (stories)
See thebumsofnavarone.blogspot.in


Makarounis, Lt. Alexander (1923-1994) (stories)
See loucraft.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/the-korean-war-and-lowell-prisoners-of.html


Makin, William J(ames) (1894-1944) (stories) (assoc.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/makin_william_j


Makris, John N. (1917-1975) (stories) (assoc.)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/john-n-makris.html


Malamud, Bernard (1914-1986) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernard_Malamud


Mallan, Lloyd (1914-1973) (stories) (assoc.)
Reporter and writer. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; lived in New York.


Mallon, Winifred (1880-1954) (stories)
See bytesofhistory.org/Cemeteries/DC_Congressional/Obits/M/Obits_Mallon.pdf


Malmar, McKnight (1903-1985) (stories)
Born Mary Calvin McKnight in Albany, New York; married Howard Burgess Malmar; death in Richmond, Virginia registered as Mary Malmar.


Malone, Thomas J. (fl. 1920s-1930s) (stories)
Not the dealer in wholesale fish (1859-1920).


Malone, Walter (1866-1915) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/malone_walter


Malory, [Sir] Thomas ({c}1415-1471) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Malory


Maltby, H(enry) F(rancis) (1880-1963) (stories)
Born in Cape of Good Hope, South Africa; bank clerk, then actor, first appearing on stage in 1899 in the U.K.; prolific playwright.


Maltz, Albert (1908-1985) (stories)
Born in Brooklyn.


Manchess, Gregory (1955- ) (art)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregory_Manchess


Mandel, George (1920- ) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/mandel_george


Mandel, Saul (1926-2011) (art)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saul_Mandel


Mangan, (John Joseph) Sherry (1904-1961) (stories)
Editor, journalist, novelist, translator and poet. Born in Lynn, Massachusetts; died in Rome, Italy.


Mangham, Herbert Joseph (1896-1967) (stories)
See tellersofweirdtales.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/herbert-j-mangham-1896-1967.html


Manhood, H(arold) A(lfred) (1904-1991) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Alfred_Manhood


Maniates, Belle Kanaris (1861-1931) (stories)
Born in Marshall, Michigan; lived and died in Lansing, Michigan; author of many stories published in newspapers.


Manley, William Ford (1896-1954) (stories)
Playwright involved in radio and television; died in Madison, New Hampshire.


Mann, E(dward) B(everly) (1902- ) (stories)
Author of westerns, editor. Born in Hollis, Kansas.


Mann, Louis (1865-1931) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Mann


Mann, Mary E(lizabeth Rackham) (1848-1929) (stories)
Born in Norwich; lived most of her life in Norfolk.


Mann, Peggy [i.e., Peggy Mann Houlton] (1925-1990) (stories)
See articles.chicagotribune.com/1990-07-22/news/9003010832_1_drug-prevention-parents-for-drug-free-youth-tobacco-and-marijuana


Manners, David X. (1912-2007) (stories)
According to his son Tim he wasn’t actually “David X. Manners” but was “David X Manners” as the “X” was his whole name and not an initial.


Manners, J(ohn) Hartley (1870-1928) (stories) (assoc.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Hartley_Manners


Manning-Foster, A. E. (1874-1939) (stories)
See www.ebu.co.uk/biographies/a-e-manning-foster


Mannix, Daniel P(ratt, IV) (1911-1997) (stories)
Author of animal stories for children. Not to be confused with admiral Daniel Mannix (1878-1957) or the Australian archbishop of the same name (1864-1963).


Mansfield, Charles H(erbert) (1864-1930) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2007/08/charles-h-mansfield.html


Mansford, Charles J(ohn Jodrell) (1863-1943) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/mansford_charles_j


Manson, Charles (Milles) (1934- ) (stories) (assoc.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Manson


Manson, Harold (1918- ) (stories)
Journalist.


Manville, Helen A(delia, née Wood) (1839-1912) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_Adelia_Manville


Manwaring, Chick (fl. 1950s) (stories)
Born in Utah.


Maranville, Rabbit [i.e., Walter James Vincent Maranville] (1891-1954) (stories)
Record-holding baseball player. Born in Springfield, Massachusetts; died in New York City.


Marceau, Félicien; pseudonym of Louis Carette (1913-2012) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F%C3%A9licien_Marceau


Marchant, Bessie [i.e., Elizabeth Marchant Comfort] (1862-1941) (stories)
Born in Petham, Kent; educated privately; wrote more than 150 books for young people.


Marchmont, Arthur W(illiam) (1852-1923) (stories)
Born in Middlesex; journalist and editor.


Marcin, Max [born Max Schlamjack] (1879-1948) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Marcin


Marconette, Walter E. (fl. 1930s-1950s) (stories)
See fancyclopedia.wikidot.com/walter-e-marconette


Mardon, Allan (1931- ) (art)
See allanmardon.com


Mardon, Deirdre (G.) (1942- ) (stories)
See www.romancewiki.com/Deirdre_Mardon


Margueritte, Paul (1860-1918) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Margueritte


Margueritte, Victor (1866-1942) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Margueritte


Markey, Morris (1899-1950) (stories) (assoc.)
Born in Alexandria, Virginia.


Markham, (Charles) Edwin (Anson) (1852-1940) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edwin_Markham


Markham, Gervase ({c}1568-1637) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gervase_Markham


Marks, E(lmer) L. ({c}1894-?) (stories)
Born in Illinois; worked in the yards as a shipbuilder in Los Angeles, California.


Marks, Percy (1891-1956) (stories)
Born in Covelo, California; educated at University of California and at Harvard; instructor in English at several universities.


Markson, David (Merrill) (1927-2010) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/markson_david


Marlett, Melba (Balmat Grimes) (1909-1994) (stories)
Born in Ohio; graduate of Univ. of Michigan; taught English in Detroit for some years.


Marlowe, Christopher (1564-1593) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Marlowe


Marlowe, Dan(iel) J(ames, Jr.) (1914-1986) (stories)
Mystery writer. Born in Lowell, Massachusetts; resident in Michigan; died in Los Angeles. Note: William C. Odell, 1915- , was reportedly the uncredited co-author of a dozen or more novels after The Raven Is a Blood Red Bird (1967), on which he was credited.


Marlowe, Francis (Joseph) (1870-1944) (stories)
Died in Kensington, London.


Marlowe, Julia [born Sarah Frances Frost] (1865-1950) (stories) (assoc.)
Born Sarah Frances Frost; her father changed the family name to Brough in 1870; she changed her name to Julia Marlowe in 1885.


Marlowe, Stephen [born Milton Lesser] (1928-2008) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Marlowe


Marmur, Jacland (1901-1970) (stories) (assoc.)
Author and explorer. Born in Sosnowiec, Poland; came to the United States in 1918; died in San Rafael, California (?).


Marquis, George Bruce (1879-?) (stories)
Writer. Born in Kansas; lived in Walla Walla, Washington.


Marriott, Charles (1869-1957) (stories)
Born in Bristol; qualified as a pharmacist; art critic and novelist; also a photographer; photographer and druggist at a mental hospital 1889-1901.


Marriott, Crittenden (1867-1932) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/marriott_crittenden


Marryat, [Captain] Frederick (1792-1848) (stories)
Born in Westminster; went to sea at 14; author of novels for adults and children.


Marsden, Walter R. (fl. 1920s) (stories)
Sportsman. Born in New York.


Marsh, George Tracy (1876-1945) (stories)
Born in Lansingburgh, N.Y.; educated at Yale and Harvard; a lawyer and author in Rhode Island; died in Providence.


Marsh, Howard R(oland) (1893-1974) (stories)
Explorer, adventurer. Not to be confused with the musical actor of the same name (d. 1969).


Marsh, Richard; pseudonym of Richard B. Heldmann (1857-1915) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Marsh_(author)


Marsh, Willard (N.) (1922-1970) (stories)
See www.lib.uiowa.edu/scua/msc/tomsc800/msc794/msc794.html


Marshall, Archibald; pseudonym of Arthur Hammond Marshall (1866-1934) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/marshall_archibald


Marshall, Arthur (1910-1989) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Marshall_(broadcaster)


Marshall, Arthur Hammond (1866-1934) (stories)
Born in London; educated at Cambridge; editor and special correspondent.


Marshall, (Claude Cunningham) Bruce (1899-1987) (stories) (art) (assoc.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/marshall_bruce


Marshall, Edison (Tesla) (1894-1967) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/marshall_edison


Marshall, Mrs. Frances Bridges [born Fanny Maria Bridges] (1837-1920) (stories)
Born in Lambeth, London and educated in Essex and Cambridge; journalist, then novelist; variously lived in Torquay, Surrey, Herefordshire and Norfolk, where she died.


Marshall, Joseph; pseudonym of Joseph Marshall Krechniak (1908?-1964) (stories)
See www.nytimes.com/1964/02/24/krechniak-wrote-as-joseph-marshall.html


Marshall, Marguerite Mooers (1887-1964) (stories)
Born in Kingston, New Hampshire. educated at Tufts College; columnist on New York Evening World from 1910; columnist for two New York City dailies from 1922 until 1945.



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