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Ted White (Washington DC, February 4, 1938) is an American writer, editor, anthologist, and science fiction critic best known for his role as an assistant editor in The Magazine of Fantasy. & Science Fiction from 1963 to 1968 and the position of editor in Amazing Stories and Fantastic from 1968 to 1978. As a writer, he has used several pseudonyms: Ron Archer, Norman Edwards, William C. Johnstone, Ted E. White and Donald K. Arbogast.
Phoenix, a 1963 collaboration with Marion Zimmer Bradley, was the first story that White published professionally, and that later expanded into the novel Phoenix Prime that kicked off the Qanar series. His first novel, Invasion from 2500 (1964) was written in collaboration with Terry Carr under the pseudonym of Norman Edwards. Between 1964 and 1978 he wrote two science fiction series and eleven independent novels, including a novel by Captain America; two of his novels were written in collaboration with Dave van Arnam, one with David Bischoff and one with Marv Wolfman.
White was nominated for a Nebula Award in 1966 with his short story The Peacock King written with Larry McCombs. It was also an instrumental support in the initial impetus of the professional careers of several writers, especially Lee Hoffman.
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