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Everett Franklin Bleiler (born 1920) is an editor and bibliographer of science fiction and fantasy. He has won the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement and the Pilgrim Award for science fiction scholarly works. He also co-edited the first "year's best" series of science fiction anthologies. He is also noted for two Hugo Award nominated works concerning early science fiction:Science-Fiction: The Early Years and Science-Fiction: The Gernsback Years. [1]

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The Best Science Fiction

  • The Best Science Fiction Stories: 1949 (with T. E. Dikty)
  • The Best Science Fiction Stories: 1950 (with T. E. Dikty)
  • The Best Science Fiction Stories: 1951 (with T. E. Dikty)
  • The Best Science Fiction Stories: 1952 (with T. E. Dikty)
  • The Best Science Fiction Stories: 1953 (with T. E. Dikty)
  • The Best Science Fiction Stories: 1954 (with T. E. Dikty)
  • Year’s Best Science Fiction Novels: 1952 (with T. E. Dikty)
  • Year’s Best Science Fiction Novels: 1953 (with T. E. Dikty)
  • Year’s Best Science Fiction Novels: 1954 (with T. E. Dikty)

Other anthologies

Nonfiction

References

  1. ^ See The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction by John Clute and Peter Nicholls, Orbit Books, (1993).

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