R. F. Starzl

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(December 10, 1899 – April 8, 1976)

Roman Frederick Starzl was an early writer for the pulps. He was one of the executive directors of the Science Fiction League but joined the ISA.

A journalist, he wrote fiction as means of financing his family newspaper, the Le Mars Globe-Post of Le Mars, Iowa, and stopped as soon as he’d saved enough to buy into partnership.

Person 18991976
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