Donald M. Grant
(April 3, 1927 – August 19, 2009)
Donald M. Grant began pro publishing with Grant-Hadley Enterprises in 1945 and founded a series of small presses, including Centaur Press in 1970 and culminating in the important small press Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc., in 1964. He published the fanzine Apollo in the ’40s.
After Grant retired, his namesake press was run by Robert Wiener.
In addition to publishing editions of Stephen King's Dark Tower novels, it also published L. Sprague de Camp's autobiography, Time and Chance, which received a nomination for the 1997 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo.
Earlier publications included A Golden Anniversary Bibliography of Edgar Rice Burroughs by Henry H. Heins (1964), and A Gent from Bear Creek by Robert E. Howard (1965).
- Apollo  (with Joe Hensley)
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1979 -- (Coveted) Balrog Award
- 1985 -- Necon 6
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