(1909 – 1976)
Pangborn was an American writer of SF, mysteries, and historical fiction. He was also a musician and painter.
He is remembered today for his Davy series of stories and for the novels West of the Sun (Doubleday 1953) and A Mirror for Observers (Doubleday 1954). The latter novel won the International Fantasy Award for Best Fiction of 1954.
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