Frank M. Robinson (1926-2014) received popularity as American science fiction and techno-thriller book writer. Robinson born in Chicago, Illinois received an opportunity as a youngster to work for the International News Service as a copy boy and later an office boy at Ziff Davis. He joined the Navy during World War II and thereafter started his academic career. Robinson majored in physics during 1950 at Beloit College. He served in Korea after he returned to the Navy where he continued his passion for writing.
He published his works in the Astounding magazine. Later years he completed his qualification in journalism and practised his skills in Chicago. He changed his position to join Science Digest between 1956-1959, contributed towards two men’s magazines, namely Rogue and Cavalier between 1959-1966, and joined Playboy in 1969. During 1973 he commenced with full-time writing. Some of his novels include The Dark Beyond The Stars (1991) and The Donor (2004).
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