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Jean Marie Stine

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Jean Marie Stine

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Full Name: Jean Marie Stine
Born: April 13, 1945
Sikeston, Missouri, USA
Occupation: Editor, Writer, Anthologist, Publisher
Nationality: American
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Biography

Jean Marie Stine (born as Henry Eugene Stine) is an American editor, writer, anthologist, and publisher.

Stine worked as a book acquisitions and development editor for Newcastle Publishing and Leisure Books. For a number of years, she was a senior editor specializing in self-help titles for publisher Jeremy P. Tarcher. Stine's own non-fiction books include Double Your Brain Power (Prentice-Hall 1997), a selection of the Quality Paperback Book Club, which was translated into five languages.

Stine has served as publisher for O'Hara Publications, The Donning Company, the International Foundation for Gender Education, and Renaissance E Books.

Anthologies she has edited include The Great Women Detectives: Seven Classic Novelettes, Hearts of the West, Reel Futures: Classic Stories that Became Great SF Movies (with Forrest J Ackerman), and Those Doggone Dogs.

During the late 1960s Stine worked as a personal assistant to Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry on special projects

As an author, she has written fiction and non-fiction on a variety of subjects for more than one hundred publications including Premier, The Los Angeles News, Amazing Stories, Eros, Connundrum, and Brain Candy. Among her best known stories are "In the Kingdom of the Sons" and "No Exit" (with Larry Niven). Known pseudonyms include Sibly Whyte, and Allen Jorgenson. Two recent ebook collections of Stine's work are Herstory & Other Science Fictions and Trans-Sexual: Tales for Gender Queers.

Stine published a number of science fiction novels and stories in the late 1960s and early 1970s as "Henry Stine", beginning with Season of the Witch in 1968, which was later adapted into the film as Memory Run. Under the name "Hank Stine," the author penned a tie-in novel based upon the TV series The Prisoner. After the departure of John J. Pierce, Stine was the editor of Galaxy for two issues in 1979. She was editor-in-chief of the science fiction and fantasy Starblaze line for Donning from 1979 to 1983, publishing titles such as Marion Zimmer Bradley's Ruins of Isis.


Works in the WWEnd Database

 The Prisoner

 3. (1970)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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