Miscellaneous Anthologies Index


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Watson, John (fl. 1977) (stories)
Marketing director of Waddingtons House of Games Ltd.


Waugh, Charles G. (1943- ) (books) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/waugh_charles_g


Waugh, Evelyn (Arthur St. John) (1903-1966) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evelyn_Waugh


Weaver, John V(an) A(lstyne) (1893-1938) (stories)
Poet, novelist, playwright. Born in Charlotte, North Carolina; died in Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Webb, Richard Wilson (1901-1970) (stories)
Born in Burnham-on-Sea, England; educated at Cambridge; lived in Massachusetts.


Webber, Everett M. (1909- ) (stories)
Writer. Born in Charleston, Mississippi; lives in Clarksville, Arkansas.


Weekes, Patrick (fl. 1999-2013) (stories)
See dragonage.wikia.com/wiki/Patrick_Weekes


Weeks, Jack (1907-1971) (stories)
Crime beat journalist in Detroit, Chicago, and Miami.


Weinbaum, Stanley G(rauman) (1902-1935) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/weinbaum_stanley_g


Weinberg, Robert E(dward) (1946- ) (books)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/weinberg_robert_e


Weldon, Fay [born Franklin Birkinshaw] (1933- ) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/weldon_fay


Weldon, John Joseph [also known as A.E. Weldon] (1890-1963) (stories)
Born in Ireland; educated privately; member of Irish Academy of Letters; novelist and playwright.


Wellen, Edward (Paul) (1919-2011) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/wellen_edward


Wellman, Manly Wade (1903-1986) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/wellman_manly_wade


Wells, A(rthur) W(alter) (1894-1977) (stories)
Born in England; journalist; served in WWI, then on staff of Cape Argus; spent some time in New Zealand, then back to South Africa; became editor of The Outspan from 1927.


Wells, Carolyn [i.e., Carolyn Wells Houghton] (1869-1942) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carolyn_Wells


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


Werfel, Franz (1890-1945) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/werfel_franz


West, (Mary) Jessamyn (1902-1984) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/west_jessamyn


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


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


Westall, Robert (Atkinson) (1929-1993) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/westall_robert


Westerby, Robert (James) (1909-1968) (stories)
Born and lived in London; foreign correspondent and screen writer; invited to California to work for Disney in 1961; died in Santa Monica, California.


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


Wetjen, Albert Richard (1900-1948) (stories)
Novelist and popular writer of sea stories; lived in Oregon; began writing career in U.S. as correspondent for Oregon newspapers. Born in London, England; died in San Francisco, California.
See also pulpflakes.blogspot.com/2013/04/albert-r-wetjen-sailor-writer.html


Whipple, Charles T. (fl. 1981-2011) (stories)
See www.manicreaders.com/CharlesTWhipple/


Whipple, Dorothy [née Stirrup] (1893-1966) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothy_Whipple


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


White, Grace M(iller) [i.e., Grace Miller White Miller; born Mary Esther Miller] (1868-1957) (stories)
Born in New York; She adopted the name Grace around 1897 in honor of her younger sister Grace, who died within a year of birth in 1873. Her first husband was Homer White; she later married Friend H. Miller, an attorney in her home town of Ithaca, New York. Early in her writing career, she specialized in novelizing plays, many of them crime-related.
See also en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grace_Miller_White


White, Leslie T(urner) (1903-1967) (stories)
Policeman, detective, author of adventure stories. Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; lived in Montross, Virginia.
See also www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/white_leslie_t


White, Michael (fl. 1992-2004) (books)
High school senior in California.


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


White, Samuel Alexander (1885-1956) (stories)
Born in Snelgrove, Ontario, Canada; contributed stories, poems to numerous magazines.


White, Stewart Edward (1873-1946) (stories)
Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
See also www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/white_stewart_edward


White, T(erence) H(anbury) (1906-1964) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T._H._White


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


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


Whitehead, Henry S(t. Clair) (1882-1932) (stories)
Educated at Columbia and Howard Universities and Berkeley Divinity School; Episcopalean minister, expert on West Indian social customs and life; very popular among the readers of Weird Tales magazine, where his literate tales of creepiness were exceptional. Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey; died in Dunedin, Florida.


Whitehill, (Howard) Joseph (Jr.) (1927-2011) (stories)
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) (stories)
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.


Whitfield, Raoul F(alconia) (1896-1945) (stories)
Writer of crime novels and short stories. Born in New York City.


Whitman, Stephen French (1880-1948) (stories)
Born in Philadelphia.


Wibberley, Leonard (Patrick O’Connor) (1915-1983) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/wibberley_leonard


Wiggins, Bernard (1944- ) (stories)
Born Bernard Cornwell; as an infant he became Bernard Wiggins when adopted by the Wiggins family, but legally changed his name back to Bernard Cornwell when Joseph Wiggins died.


Wilkinson, Lupton A(llemong) (1897-?) (stories)
Traveller and poet. Born in New York City (?).
See also mppda.flinders.edu.au/people/662


Willcocks, M(ary) P(atricia Susan) (1869-1952) (stories)
Born in Ermington; educated at London University; novelist and essayist living in Exeter in the 1930s.


Williams, Ben Ames (1889-1953) (stories)
Born in Macon, Mississippi; educated at Dartmouth; lived in Massachusetts and died in Brookline.


Williams, Iolo A(neurin) (1890-1962) (stories)
See wbo.llgc.org.uk/en/s2-WILL-ANE-1890.html


Williams, Jesse Lynch (1871-1929) (stories)
Born in Sterling, Illinois; educated at Beloit College and Princeton University; playwright; awarded Pulitzer Prize, 1917, for best American play produced that year.


Williams, Joy (1944- ) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joy_Williams_(American_writer)


Williams, Linda V(erLee) (1942- ) (stories)
An educational consultant living in Berkeley, CA.


Williams, Mary (née Burrus) (1941- ) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Burrus_Williams


Williams, Nick (Van) Boddie (Sr.) (1906-1992) (stories)
Newspaperman and writer. Born in Virginia.
See also www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/williams_nick_boddie


Williams, Thomas (Alonzo) (1926-1990) (stories)
Novelist, teacher at University of New Hampshire.


Williams, Walter Jon (1953- ) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/williams_walter_jon


Williams-Ellis, [Lady] (Mary) Amabel (Nassau Strachey) (1894-1984) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/williams-ellis_amabel


Williamson, Jack [i.e., John Stewart Williamson] (1908-2006) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/williamson_jack


Willingham, Calder (Barnard, Jr.) (1922-1995) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/willingham_calder


Willis, Connie [i.e., Constance Elaine Trimmer Willis] (1945- ) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/willis_connie


Willis, Walter A(lexander) (1919-1999) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/willis_walt


Willsie, Honoré [i.e., Honoré McCue Willsie Morrow] (1880-1940) (stories)
Born in Ottumwa, Iowa; died in New Haven, Connecticut; novelist, biographer and magazine editor.
See also data.desmoinesregister.com/famous-iowans/honore-willsie-morrow


Wilmot, (Walter) Robert Patrick (1904-1968) (stories)
Born in Montana; reporter and newspaper editor, radio and song lyric writer; lived in New York City in 1950s; died in London.


Wilson, [Sir] Angus (Frank Johnstone) (1913-1991) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/wilson_angus


Wilson, Earl (1907-1987) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earl_Wilson_(columnist)


Wilson, Edmund (1895-1972) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmund_Wilson


Wilson, F(rancis) Paul (1946- ) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/wilson_f_paul


Wilson, Neill C(ompton) (1889-{c}1960) (stories)
Reporter, writer and editor. Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota; lived in California.


Winder, Robert (James) (1959- ) (books) (stories)
Journalist living in London.


Winterson, Jeanette (1959- ) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/winterson_jeanette


Wire, H(arold) C(hanning) (1899-1987) (stories)
Born in California, lived there most of life; author of some 300 magazine stories.


Witchey, Eric M. (1958- ) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_M._Witchey


Witwer, Harry Charles (1880-1929) (stories)
Born in Athens, PA; died in Los Angeles, CA.


Wodehouse, [Sir] P(elham) G(renville) (1881-1975) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P._G._Wodehouse


Wolfe, Bernard (1915-1985) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/wolfe_bernard


Wolfe, Gary K(ent) (1946- ) (books) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/wolfe_gary_k


Wollheim, Donald A(llen) (1914-1990) (books)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/wollheim_donald_a


Womack, Jack (1956- ) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/womack_jack


Wood, (Samuel) Andrew (1887-1966) (stories)
Born in Ashton-under-Lyne; reporter, special writer, editor; author of hundreds of boys’ stories under his own name and “Thompson Cross”. Byline sometimes: S. Andrew Wood, but all works are listed under this byline.
See also www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/wood_samuel_andrew


Wood, Clement (1888-1950) (stories)
Born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama; educated at University of Alabama and Yale Law School; lawyer, educator, poet and novelist; lived in N.Y. Husband of Gloria Goddard.


Wood, (Clarence) Lawson (1878-1957)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawson_Wood


Wood, Walter (1866-1961) (stories)
Born in Bradford, England; educated in England and abroad; lived in Sussex.


Woodhall, Edwin Thomas (1886-1941) (stories)
Educated at St. Georges Commercial School, Ramsgate; author and journalist.


Woolf, Virginia (Stephen) (1882-1941) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virginia_Woolf


Woolrich, Cornell [i.e., Cornell George Hopley-Woolrich] (1903-1968) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornell_Woolrich


Woolson, Constance Fenimore (1840-1894) (stories)
Born in Claremont, N.H.


Wordingham, James A(rthur) (1917-1997) (stories)
Born in London, England; died in Kent; journalist, then editor of The Norfolk Chronicle.



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