Don Callander

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Don Callander
Born 1930
Minnesota, United States
Died July 2008 (aged 77–78)
Orange City, Florida, United States
Citizenship United States
Period 1992–2000
Genres Fantasy
Spouse(s) Margaret Callander (unknown–2008)
Mary Lee Omohundro (1952–unknown)
Children 4

Donald Bruce Callander (1930–2008) was an American fantasy novel author, photographer, editor and graphic artist. He authored Pyromancer, a tale of young wizard-in-training Douglas Brightglade, and fourteen other novels.

Personal[edit]

Born in Minnesota, Callander joined the U.S. Navy after high school, serving four years of active duty during the Korean War, and then 20 years in the U.S. Naval Reserve. In 1952, Callander married Mary Lee Omohundro and moved to Washington, D.C., where he began a 30-year career as a writer, photographer, editor and graphic artist with the American Automobile Association.

Following his retirement, Callander settled with his second wife, Margaret, in Orange City, Florida, where he died on Friday, July 25, 2008.[1]

Books[edit]

'Mancer series[edit]

Dragon Companion series[edit]

Warlock series[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Donald B. Callander" (obituary). Fredericksburg.com. 2008-08-10. Retrieved 2008-08-11. 

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