Frederik George Pohl Jr. (1919-2013) received popularity as an American science fiction writer and editor. His first publication named Elegy to a Dead Satellite: Luna (1937) until his All The Lives He Led (2012) created him a magnificent writing career. Pohl became involved in the Galaxy’s editing between 1959 to 1969. Also, the sister version named If. Both received Hugo Awards for most professional magazines. Gateway (1977) won four best novel awards. Pohl also won the John W. Campbell Memorial Award and others.
He likewise accepted the Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award in 1993. This award arrived from The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America organisation. Pohl became incorporated in the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame in 1998. He attended the Brooklyn Technical High School but left the institution at 17. During his later years; he received an honorary diploma from the same establishment. Pohl co-established the New-York Futurians fan organisation and became friends with a diversity of writers and editors.
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