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Mann, (Anthony) Phillip

MANN, (Anthony) Phillip

MANN, (Anthony) Phillip. British/New Zealander, b. 1942. Genres: Novels, Science fiction/Fantasy, Plays/Screenplays, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Humboldt State University, Lecturer in Drama, 1967-69; Victoria University, Wellington, Lecturer, 1969-75, Sr. Lecturer, 1975-84, Reader in Drama, 1984-, Personal Chair of Drama, 1997-; Xin Hua News Agency, Beijing, English Ed., 1978-80; Downstage Theatre, Wellington, Associate Director, 1984-87. Free-lance writer and play director. Publications: The Magic Hand, 1973; The Eye of the Queen, 1982; Master of Paxwax, 1986; The Fall of the Families, 1987; Pioneers, 1988; Wulfsyarn: A Mosiac, 1990; The Poverty Trap, 1992; Tragic Patterns in Shuriken 1991; Confronting History in N.Z. Drama 1991; Lux in Tenebris, 1987; The Gospel According to Mickey Mouse 1984; An Old Fashioned Story, 1989; The Architect, 1989; Mozart and Salieri Live on Stage, 1982; Il Suffit d'un Baton 1976; Maestro, The Calendula Melody (play), 1994; The Bridge to the Fifth Dimension (radio play), 1994; Tales from the Borderland (stories), 1994; The Paradise Notebook (stories), 1994; The Disestablishment of Paradise (stories), 1994; (ed.) Tales from the Out of Time Café, 1995. LAND FIT FOR HEROES SERIES: Vol. I: Into the Wild Wood, 1993; Vol. II: Stand Alone Stan, 1993; Vol. III: The Dragon Wakes, 1995; Vol. IV: The Burning Forest, 1995. Address: 22 Bruce Ave, Brooklyn, Wellington, New Zealand. Online address: [email protected]

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