George Clayton Johnson
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(1929 – December 25, 2015)
George Clayton Johnson was an SF writer most famous for co-writing the novel Logan's Run (with William F. Nolan). He was also known for his work in television, writing screenplays for such series as The Twilight Zone and Star Trek. He also wrote the story on which the 1960 and 2001 films Ocean's Eleven were based.
His work appeared in numerous anthologies. He was nominated for the 1977 Best Dramatic Presentation Hugo. All of Us Are Dying and Other Stories (Subterranean Press, 1999) is a collection of his fiction.
- Photo, with remarkable pants (right) and Eddie Jones (left), at St. Louiscon, 1969.
- Entry in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1983 -- (Coveted) Balrog Award
- 1976 -- Inkpot Award
- 1977 -- Fantasy Faire VII, Saturn Award
- 1979 -- The Fantasy Symposium
- 2007 -- Arcana 37
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