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Castle, Marian (née Johnson) (1896-1993) (stories)
Born in Kendall County, Illinois. Attended Carroll College (Wisconsin) and Millikin University (Illinois), received a Ph.B. (Bachelor of Philosophy) from the University of Chicago. Lived in Denver, Colorado, where she received numerous awards from the Colorado Authors’ League. Died in Los Angeles, California.


Cato, Beth [born Beth Davis] (1980- ) (stories)
See www.bethcato.com


Cattermole, Evelina [i.e., Eva Giovanna Antonietta Cattermole] (1849-1896) (stories)
See translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=it&u=https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evelina_Cattermole&prev=search


Catton, George L. (1880-?) (stories)
Traveller and adventurer. Born in Norwich, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; lived in Canada.


Catullus (, Gaius Valerius) [{c}84-54? BC] (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catullus


Caunter, Cyril F(rancis) (1899-1988) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/caunter_c_f


Caupolican, Chief [born Emile Barrangon] (1876-1968) (stories)
See www.imdb.com/name/nm0157287


Cavalcanti, Guido (1250s-1300) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guido_Cavalcanti


Cavanaugh, Arthur (W.) (1926-2009) (stories)
Born in N.Y., graduate of William and Mary College; has been actor, TV writer, and textbook editor.


Cave, Hugh B(arnett) (1910-2004) (stories) (assoc.)
Prolific writer for pulp magazines; plantation owner in Haiti. Born in Chester, England; lived in Florida.


Cavrell, Jean (fl. 1960s-1970s) (stories)
See www.literarymama.com/contributor/jean-cavrell


Cawthorn, Joseph (Bridger) (1868-1949) (stories)
See www.imdb.com/name/nm0147248/bio


Cecil, Henry; pseudonym of Henry Cecil Leon (1902-1976) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/cecil_henry


Cerf, Bennett (Alfred) (1898-1971) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bennett_Cerf


Chack, (Louis) Paul (Andre) (1876-1945) (stories)
A sea writer; he was also a Captain in the French Navy. He was born and lived in Paris, France.


Chadwick, Charles (1874-1953) (stories)
Born in Brooklyn; educated at Yale and New York Law School; contributed to magazines; journalist-special writer on football for New York World for ten years, and also on New York Herald and New York American; assistant district attorney and corporate counsel in New York.


Chadwick, F(rench) E(nsor) (1844-1919) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_Ensor_Chadwick


Chadwick, Joseph L(ewis) (1909-1987) (stories)
Born in York, Pennsylvania; died in Tampa, Florida. Author of numerous short stories, 130 novels, and nonfiction accounts of oil discoveries in Pennsylvania and of the Texas Rangers.


Chadwick, Paul (Arthur) (1902-1972) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Chadwick_(author)


Chaine, Pierre (1882-?) (stories)
French playwright.


Chalam [i.e., Gudipati Venkata Chalam] (1894-1979) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gudipati_Venkatachalam


Chalmers, Stephen (1880-1935) (stories)
Born in Dunoon, Scotland; came to the U.S in 1904; co-founder of the Stevenson Society of America; lecturer, poet and novelist; authority of fly fishing; contributor to magazines; died in Laguna Beach, California.


Chamberlain, George Agnew (1879-1966) (stories) (assoc.)
Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil; educated at Princeton University; served 17 years in the U.S. foreign service, beginning as clerk in Brazilian consulate and ending as U.S. Consul-General, Mexico City; contributor to fiction magazines.


Chamberlain, John L(oomis, Jr.) (1903-1978) (stories)
Son of John Loomis Chamberlain (1858-1948); no other information available.


Chamberlain, Ken(neth Russell) (1891-1984) (art)
See www.askart.com/artist/Kenneth_Russell_Chamberlain/84334/Kenneth_Russell_Chamberlain.aspx


Chamberlain, (Edwin) William (1903-1969?) (stories) (assoc.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/chamberlain_william


Chamberlin, Frank X. ({c}1877-1911) (art)
See www.geniimagazine.com/magicpedia/Frank_X._Chamberlin


Chamberlin, Joseph Edgar (1851-1935) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/chamberlin_joseph_edgar


Chambers, C(harles) Bosseron (1882-1964) (art)
See www.papillongallery.com/charles_bosseron_chambers.html


Chambers, C(harles) Haddon (Spurgeon) (1860-1921) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Haddon_Chambers


Chambers, Charles E(dward) (1883-1941) (art)
See www.illustration-house.com/bios/chambers_bio.html


Chambers, Jim [i.e., Julian Graeff Chambers] (1914-1977) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Chambers.html


Chambers, Julius (1850-1920) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/chambers_julius


Chambers, Robert W(illiam) (1865-1933) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/chambers_robert_w


Chambers, (Elwyn) Whitman (1896-1968) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/chambers_whitman


Chambliss, William C. (1908-1975) (stories)
Naval officer (Admiral) and writer. Died in Long Beach, California.


Champfleury; pseudonym of Jules Fleury-Husson (1820-1889) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Champfleury


Champion de Crespigny, Claude (1847-1935) (stories)
See ayfamilyhistory.com/2014/03/24/claude-de-crespigny-balloonist/


Champion de Crespigny, Rose [Mrs. Philip Champion de Crespigny; born Annie Rose Charlotte Key] (1859-1935) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose_Champion_de_Crespigny


Champion, D(’Arcy) L(yndon) (1902-1968) (stories)
Writer and creator of the pulp character “The Phantom Detective;” served with the English during World War II. Born in Melbourne, Australia; died in New York City.


Champlin, John Denison (Jr.) (1834-1915) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Denison_Champlin_Jr.


Chandler, A(rthur) Bertram (1912-1984) (stories) (assoc.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/chandler_a_bertram


Chandler, Percy Charles (fl. 1920s) (stories)
Traveller. Born in Rangoon, Burma; lived in Havanna, Cuba.


Chanslor, Roy (Edwin) (1899-1964) (stories)
Born in Liberty, Missouri; died in Los Angeles, CA.


Chantavoine, Henri (1850-1918) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henri_Chantavoine


Chapel, Charles Edward (1904- ) (stories)
Marine Corps officer, aeronautics engineer, gunsmith and writer. Born in Manchester, Iowa.


Chapin, Carl M(attison) (1879-1938) (stories) (assoc.)
Born in Waterbury, Connecticut; newspaperman, 1905-1927; contributed fiction to magazines; a specialist in fires and firemen. Born in Waterbury, Connecticut; died in West Hartford, Connecticut.


Chapin, Katherine Garrison (1890-1977) (stories)
See findingaids.loc.gov/db/search/xq/searchMfer02.xq?_id=loc.mss.eadmss.ms010311


Chaplin, Sid (1916-1986) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sid_Chaplin


Chapman, George (1559?-1634) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Chapman


Chapman, Jim [i.e., James Keith Chapman] (1919- ) (stories) (assoc.)
Instructor and writer. Born in Gagetown, New Brunswick, Canada. Note: one source gives his birthdate as 1917.


Charrière, Henri (1906-1973) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henri_Charri%C3%A8re


Charteris, Hugo (Francis Guy) (1922-1970) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugo_Charteris


Charteris, Leslie [born Leslie Charles Bowyer-Yin] (1907-1993) (stories) (assoc.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leslie_Charteris


Chase, Arthur M(inturn) (1873-1947) (stories)
Born in New York City.


Chase, Isabel (fl. 1910s) (stories)
Perhaps Isabel Wakelin Urban Chase, an expert in Horace Walpole. This poem was unanimously adopted as the official motto of The New York Adventurers Club.


Chase, Joseph Cummings (1878-1965) (stories)
See artistsofmaine.blogspot.co.uk/2014/12/joseph-cummings-chase-1878-1965.html


Chase, Mary Ellen (1887-1973) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Ellen_Chase


Chatfield-Taylor, Hobart C(hatfield) (1865-1945) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hobart_Chatfield-Taylor


Chatterton, Jasmine [born Victoria Jessamine Merchant] (1893-1982) (stories)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/prudence-oshea-jasmine-chatterton.html


Chaucer, Geoffrey ({c}1340-1400) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geoffrey_Chaucer


Cheek, Catherine “Kater” (fl. 2000s-2010s) (stories)
See www.catherinecheek.com


Cheek, Mavis (1948- ) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mavis_Cheek


Cheever, John (1912-1982) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Cheever


Cheever, Susan (1943- ) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_Cheever


Chen Zi’ang (661-702) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chen_Zi%27ang


Chenevière, Adolphe (1855-1917) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolphe_Chenevi%C3%A8re


Cheney, John Vance (1848-1922) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Vance_Cheney


Chennault, Claire L(ee) (1893-1958) (stories)
Air Force officer, writer, aviator and airline executive. Born in Commerce, Texas; died in New Orleans, Louisiana. Note: his birthdate is sometimes given as 1890.


Chenoweth, Joseph (Andrew Gayne) (1890-1967) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Chenoweth.html


Cherne, Leo M. (1912-1999) (stories) (assoc.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leo_Cherne


Cherry, Kelly (1940- ) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kelly_Cherry


Cherry, Samuel (Joseph) (1903-1975) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Cherry.html


Cheshire, Giff(ord Paul) (1905-1973) (stories) (assoc.)
See archiveswest.orbiscascade.org/ark:/80444/xv75485


Chesney, Landon (1938-2001) (art)
See www.inter-fan.org/history/Landon%20Chesney.htm


Chess, Elliot W(illiam) (1898-1962) (stories)
See pulpflakes.blogspot.com/2019/06/elliot-w-chess-fighter-pilot-author.html


Chester, George Randolph (1869-1924) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/chester_george_randolph


Chester, Leland S. (fl. 1910s-1920s) (stories)
Traveller. Lived in Cleveland, Ohio.


Chester, Lillian Eleanor (Hauser de Remo) (1887-1961) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/chester_lillian


Chester, S(amuel) Beach (1880-1942) (stories)
Died in Paris.


Chester, William L. (1907-1971) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/chester_william_l


Chesterfield, Lord [i.e., Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield] (1694-1773) (stories)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Chesterfield


Chesterton, G(ilbert) K(eith) (1874-1936) (stories) (assoc.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._K._Chesterton


Chetwode, R. D. (fl. 1890s) (stories)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/chetwode_r_d


Chevigny, Hector [i.e., Hector Chevigny De La Chevrotiere] (1904-1965) (stories)
Radio dramatist and author. Born in Missoula, Montana; died in New York City.


Chidester, Ann (Mary) (1918-2002) (stories)
Born in Stillwater, Minnesota; married Dr. John O’Meara in 1956; died in Dublin, Ireland.


Chidnoff, Irving (1896-1966) (stories) (art)
See broadway.cas.sc.edu/content/irving-chidnoff


Chidsey, Donald Barr (1902-1981) (stories) (assoc.)
See historicnavalfiction.com/other-authors/1772-donald-barr-chidsey


Child, Richard Washburn (1881-1935) (stories)
Born in Worcester, Massachusetts; educated at Harvard Law School; Ambassador to Italy, 1920-1924; contributor of articles on political and social themes to magazines; once married to Maude Parker.


Childe, Cromwell (1867?-1941) (stories)
Journalist and society editor for The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Born in Brooklyn, New York; died in New York City.



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