L. W. Currey

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(1942 --)

Lloyd W. Currey is an American book seller and bibliographer.

With David G. Hartwell he founded (in 1973) and operated Dragon Press, a small press publishing books about SF, fantasy, and horror.

Also with Hartwell, he co-edited the Gregg Press Science Fiction Reprint series (1975-1981); alone he edited the Gregg Press Masters of Science Fiction and Fantasy author bibliographies 1980-1983.

Currey's other genre books are: A Research Guide to Science Fiction Studies: An Annotated Checklist of Primary and Secondary Sources for Fantasy and Science Fiction (1977) with Marshall B. Tymn and Roger Schlobin; Index to Stories in Thematic Anthologies of Science Fiction (1978) with Tymn, Martin H. Greenberg, and Joseph D. Olander; and Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors: A Bibliography of Their Fiction and Selected Nonfiction (1979).

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