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John Collier

(John Henry Collier)
UK (1901 - 1980)

John Collier wrote numerous plays, poems, novels, and short stories-many of which appeared in the New Yorker-and contributed to the screenplay of The African Queen. He received the Edgar Allen Poe Award in 1951 and the International Fantasy Award in 1952.
Non fiction
Anthologies containing stories by John Collier

Short stories
Ah the University
Another American Tragedy
Back for Christmas
Bird of Prey
The Chaser
De Mortuis...
The Frog Prince
Great Possibilities
If Youth Knew If Age Could
The Invisible Dove-Dancer of Strathpheen Island
Little Memento
Night! Youth! Paris! And the Moon!
Old Aquaintance
Over Insurance
Romance Lingers Adventure Lives
Season of Mists
Sleeping Beauty
Special Delivery
Squirrels Have Bright Eyes
The Tender Age
Three Bears Cottage
The Touch of Nutmeg Makes It
Wet Saturday
Without Benefit of Galsworthy
Green Thoughts [short story] (1931)
The Devil, George and Rosie (1934)
Halfway to Hell (1934)
Hell Hath No Fury (1934)
The Right (1934)
The Right Side (1934)
Variation on a Theme [short story] (1935)
Bottle Party (1939)
Evening Primrose (1940)
Thus I Refute Beelzy (1940)
Witch's Money [short story] (1940)
The Possession of Angela Bradshaw (1941)
Rope Enough (1941)
Meeting of Relations (1942)
Midnight Blue (1943)
Gavin O'Leary (1945)
Are You Too Late Or was I Too Early (1951)
Fallen Star (1951)
The Lady on the Grey (1951)
Pictures in the Fire [short story] (1951)
Incident on a Lake (1958)
Man Overboard (1960)
Softly Walks the Beetle (1960)

World Fantasy Lifetime Achievement nominee (1978)
World Fantasy Lifetime Achievement nominee (1979)

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