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Latest revision as of 00:24, 26 January 2020

(February 16, 1915 -- November 26, 2004)

F. L. Wallace, sometimes credited as Floyd Wallace, was an SF and mystery writer.

He was born in Rock Island, Illinois, and died in Tustin, California. Wallace spent most of his life in California as a writer and mechanical engineer after attending the University of Iowa. He also attended UCLA.

He was nominated for the 1956 Best Novelette Hugo and the 1956 Best Short Story Hugo.

Many of his stories were published in Galaxy, and he is remembered for his novel Address: Centauri (Gnome Press, 1955).

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