Raymond J. Healy

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Raymond John Healy (1907–1997) was a pioneering American anthologist who edited four science fiction anthologies from 1946 to 1955, two with J. Francis McComas. The first, Adventures in Time and Space (1946, with McComas as coeditor) is generally recognized as the finest early anthology from the Golden Age of Science Fiction. [1][2]

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  1. ^ "Recommended Reading," F&SF, August 1954, p.78
  2. ^ Blurb on the back cover of the August 1975 printing.

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