Frederik Pohl

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Born in 1919 in New York, Pohl has been everything one can be in science fiction, including author, editor and agent. One of the original FUTURIANS, he has written many stories and novels on his own and in various collaborations, and under several names. He has also been a prolific anthologist. Among his many awards are the Hugo and Nebula, including the Grand Master. His contributions to SF are unexceeded. Editorial positions: Astonishing Stories: Editor 2/40 to 9/41, Assistant editor 11/41 to 4/43. Galaxy: Managing Editor 6/61 to 6/62, Editor 8/62 to 5/69, Editor Emeritus 7/69 to 6/70. Popular Science: Book Editor 1946 to 1949. Star Science Fiction: Editor 1/1958. Super Science Stories: Editor 3/1940 to 8/1941, Assistant Editor 11/1941 to 5/1943. Worlds of Fantasy #1: Editor 1968. Worlds of IF: Features Editor 7/1959 to 1/1961, Managing Editor 5/1961 to 7/1962, Editor 9/62 to 5/69, Editor Emeritus 7/1969 to 7/1970. Worlds of Tommorrow: Editor 4/1963 to 5/1967. Ace Books: Executive Editor 12/1971 to 7/1972. Bantam Books: Science Fiction Editor 2/1973 to 3/1978.

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  • 1966. If Hugo, Best Professional Magazine
  • 1966. Skylark, Edward E. Smith Memorial Award for Imaginative Fiction
  • 1967. If Hugo, Best Professional Magazine
  • 1968. If Hugo, Best Professional Magazine
  • 1973. The Gold at the Starbow's End Locus Poll, Best Novella
  • 1976. Man Plus Nebula, Novel
  • 1977. Gateway Nebula, Novel
  • 1978. Gateway John W. Campbell Memorial, John W. Campbell Memorial Award
  • 1978. Gateway Hugo, Best Novel
  • 1978. Gateway Locus Poll, Best SF Novel
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