Theodore R. Cogswell
(1918 -- 1987)
Theodore Rose "Ted" Cogswell was an author, poet, and university professor.
He was also editor of the brilliant and long-running "fanzine for pros," Proceedings of the Institute for Twenty-First Century Studies, a collection of which was published in 1993.
He was an ambulance driver in the Spanish Republican Army (1937-1939) and later served in the U. S. Army Air Force (1942-1946) in India, Burma, and China. He taught at several colleges and universities, including The University of Minnesota.
His books included two collections of his SF short stories: The Wall Around the World (1962) and The Third Eye (1968).
Cogswell was SFWA secretary during 1974-1975.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1955 -- SECon I
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