Inventory of the George Alec Effinger/John K. Diomede Collection:
George Alec Effinger was born in Cleveland, Ohio January 10, 1947, and died April 27, 2002. His writing career started with attendance at the Clarion Workshop in 1970, and his first publication in 1971. His first novel was a Nebula award nominee. He received a Nebula award and Hugo Award for best novelette, for "Schroedinger’s Kitten." John K. Diomede was a pseudonym.
Manuscript of "Dem Bones." Typed, 17 leaves. Included is blurb, 2 leaves. Published in Fantastic, September 1973.
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Processed by Hal Hall in 2005
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