|Full Name:||Edgar Pangborn|
|Born:||February 25, 1909
New York City, New York
|Died:||February 1, 1976
Bearsville, New York
Pangborn was born in New York City, and later attended Harvard and the New England Conservatory of Music. He became a farmer, served in the Medical Corps during World War II, and published his first science fiction short story in 1951. He died in 1976.
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- A Mirror for Observers by Edgar Pangborn - Dreaming About Other ...
In many ways Edgar Pangborn's A Mirror for Observers, the 1955 winner of the International Fantasy Award for Best Fiction Book, follows this fairy story formula, but the exotic and dangerous fairy realm that the protagonist ...
- PanCrit.Org: A Mirror for Observers: Edgar Pangborn
I recently re-read Edgar Pangborn's A Mirror for Observers, and wanted to like it. (It's been nominated for a Prometheus Hall of Fame Award a couple of times.) The story is narrated by Elmis, a visitor from Mars, who has been ...
- Book review: ?The Judgment of Eve? by Edgar Pangborn | Patrick T ...
There were more than a few moments when I was reading Edgar Pangborn's The Judgment of Eve that I feared the 1966 book was heading to a lame conclusion. I was afraid that, like many another science fiction writer, ...
- Quiet Martians: Edgar Pangborn's A Mirror for Observers | Tor.com
Quiet Martians: Edgar Pangborn's A Mirror for Observers by Jo Walton.
- West Of The Sun by Edgar Pangborn - Free eBook - ManyBooks
Free eBook: West Of The Sun by Edgar Pangborn.
- Edgar Pangborn ? Davy - Science Fiction Books - Cheap SciFi Novels
levar has added a photo to the pool: Edgar Pangborn - Davy. Pangborn, Edgar Davy 1969. Penguin 2600. Novel Cover by Grignani, Franco. This is an excellent collection cover art collection over at Flickr. We simply included ...
- Science Fiction and Fantasy Reading Experience: Edgar Pangborn
Edgar Pangborn. PANGBORN, EDGAR a-z ===================== "The Golden Horn" (Davy series) Array F&SF, Feb 1962 "My Brother Leopold" Array An Exaltation of Stars, ed. T. Carr, 1973. Still I Persist In Wondering, 1978 --novella : 1974 ...
- Edgar Pangborn ? Science Fiction Books - Cheap SciFi Novels
hauk sven has added a photo to the pool: Edgar Pangborn. A mirror for observers. New York, Dell, 1958, cover art by Richard Powers. This is an excellent collection cover art collection over at Flickr. We simply included this ...
- FFB: Davy ? Edgar Pangborn | Not The Baseball Pitcher
Edgar Pangborn was born in 1909. His father was an attorney and dictionary editor, his mother a writer of supernatural fiction. He entered Harvard for musical studies at only fifteen, but left two years later. His next school was ...
- Forgotten Book: A Mirror For Observers by Edgar Pangborn ...
In 1954 Edgar Pangborn produced one of the classic novels of all science fiction with A Mirror For Observers. It won the International Fantasy Award, the same award that Clifford Simak won for City and J. R. R. Tolkien won for ...
- Unintentional Irony: Pangborn
A few years ago, Freff became Peter Beagle's business manager, but this isn't about Peter Beagle, either. When Beagle was still a wunderkind, he made contact with Edgar Pangborn, author of Davy, Mirror for Observers, West ...
- Cracked Spines: Short Story Review: "Longtooth" by Edgar Pangborn
"Longtooth" by Edgar Pangborn is the first short story in the anthology "Otherworldly Maine." I recently picked up the anthology because it features several short stories by familiar and world famous authors. I had never heard ...
- Edgar Pangborn's ?The Singing Stick? | 10 Bad Habits
I reread Edgar Pangborn's "The Singing Stick" this morning. It's a caveman detective story initially published in 1952 by Ellery Queen Magazine. "Beyond the river was the melancholy green, almost blackness of advancing ...
- ?Angel's Egg,? Edgar Pangborn, 1951 | jennre
?Angel's Egg,? Edgar Pangborn, 1951 ? Opens with an exchange of letters expressing concern for the contents of the journal of Dr. David Bannerman, a retired naturalist, recently deceased. In it, Bannerman chronicles his ...
- A MIRROR FOR OBSERVERS.. EDGAR PANGBORN
A MIRROR FOR OBSERVERS.. EDGAR PANGBORN. by lamamaba @ , Friday, May 18, 2012, 13:52. I recommend this book ... I don't know if it is out of print or not... but he was a marvel in the sci-fi field... a visionary... In his introduction to ...