William Wallace Cook





William Wallace Cook


Born
in Marshall, Michigan, The United States
April 11, 1867

Died
July 20, 1933

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US newspaper reporter and writer, sometimes as by John Milton Edwards, under which name he published The Fiction Factory [for subtitle see Checklist] (1912), a detailed account of his early career in magazine publishing; most of his many stories appeared after the turn of the century in such magazines as The Argosy, some of them only reaching book form after a decade or so, in a stapled format reminiscent of Dime-Novel SF; they are all, however, full-length novels. - See more at: http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/...

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Plotto: The Master Book of ...

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A Round Trip To The Year 20...

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Plotto Instruction Booklet:...

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Adrift In The Unknown: Or, ...

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The Fiction Factory

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King of Chaos & Cast Away a...

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Wilby's Dan

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Marooned in 1492; or, Under...

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His Friend the Enemy

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Cast Away At The Pole

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