Farmer, Philip José

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FARMER, Philip José

FARMER, Philip José. Also writes as Kilgore Trout. American, b. 1918. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Science fiction/Fantasy, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Freelance writer, 1969-. Electro-mechanical technical writer for defense-space industry: General Electric Co., Syracuse, NY, 1956-58; Motorola, Scottsdale, AZ, 1959-62, Phoenix, 1962-65; Bendix, Ann Arbor, MI, 1962; and McDonnell-Douglas, Santa Monica, CA, 1965-69. Publications: The Green Odyssey, 1957; Flesh, 1960; A Woman a Day, 1960, as The Day of Timestop, 1968, in UK as Timestop!, 1974; The Lovers, 1961; Cache from Outer Space, 1962; The Celestial Blueprint and Other Stories, 1962; Fire and the Night (novel), 1962; Inside Outside, 1964; Tongues of the Moon, 1964; Dare, 1965; The Maker of Universes, 1962, 1980; The Gate of Time, 1966, as Two Hawks from Earth, 1979; The Gates of Creation, 1966; Night of Light, 1966; The Image of the Beast, 1968; A Private Cosmos, 1968; Blown, 1968; A Feast Unknown, 1969; Behind the Walls of Terra, 1970; Lord Tyger, 1970; Lord of the Trees, the Mad Goblin, 1970; The Stone God Awakens, 1970; Love Song (novel), 1970; To Your Scattered Bodies Go, 1971; The Fabulous Riverboat, 1971; The Wind Whales of Ishmael, 1971; Tarzan Alive, 1972; Time's Last Gift, 1972; The Other Log of Phineas Fogg, 1973; Traitor to the Living, 1973; Doc Savage, 1973;The Adventure of the Peerless Peer by John H. Watson, M.D., 1974; Hadon of Ancient Opar, 1974; (as Kilgore Trout) Venus on the Half-Shell, 1974; (ed.) Mother Was a Lovely Beast, 1974; Flight to Opar, 1976; The Dark Design, 1977; The Lavalite World, 1977; Dark Is the Sun, 1979; Jesus on Mars, 1979; The Magic Labyrinth, 1979; Riverworld and Other Stories, 1979; A Barnstormer in Oz, 1982; Greatheart Silver, 1982; Stations of the Nightmare, 1982; The Purple Book, 1982; Father to the Stars, 1982; The Unreasoning Mask, 1983; River of Eternity, 1983; Gods of Riverworld, 1983; Dayworld, 1983; Two Hawks from Earth, 1985; Traitor to the Living, 1985; Dayworld Rebel, 1987; Escape from Loki, 1991; Red Orc's Rage, 1991; Dayworld Breakup, 1991; Riders of the Purple Wage, 1992; Tales of Riverworld, 1992; (with P. Anthony) The Caterpillar's Question, 1992; More Than Fire, 1993; (ed.) Quest to Riverworld, 1993; The World of Tiers, Vol. 1, 1996; Nothing Burns in Hell, 1998; (with others) Naked Came the Farmer, 1998; The Dark Heart of Time: A Tarzan Novel, 1999. SHORT STORIES: Strange Relations, 1960; The Alley God, 1960; Down in the Black Gang, and Others, 1971; The Book of Philip Jose Farmer, 1973; Riverworld War, 1980; The Grand Adventure, 1984. Address: c/o Ted Chichak, Scovil Chichak Galen Literary Agency, 381 Park Ave S Ste 1020, New York, NY 10016, U.S.A.

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