(1911 -- 1992)
Desmond Winter Hall was an author and former magazine editor and owner. He died of pneumonia at the age of 82.
His writings included I Give You Oscar Wilde (1965), a novel about the 19th-Century poet, wit, and dramatist.
He used the pseudonyms of Anthony Gilmore and H. G. Winter when he collaborated with Harry Bates on stories, including the "Hawk Carse" series. Hall also used the pen name of Ainslee Jenkins on some of his SF stories.
He was an assistant to F. Orlin Tremaine, when Tremaine was editor of Astounding. Hall was an assistant editor of Strange Tales during 1931-1933, and was also an early editor of Mademoiselle magazine.
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|Also involved with: Anthony Gilmore|
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