E. Everett Evans

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E. Everett Evans
Born Edward Everett Evans
(1893-11-30)November 30, 1893
Michigan, USA
Died December 2, 1958(1958-12-02) (aged 65)
Nationality American
Genre Science fiction
Evans's "Flame Birds of Angala" was the cover story in the July 1951 Weird Tales

Edward Everett Evans (November 30, 1893 – December 2, 1958) was an American science fiction author and fan.

His works included the novels Man of Many Minds (1953), The Planet Mappers (1955), Alien Minds (1955), and the posthumously-published collaboration with E. E. "Doc" Smith Masters of Space (1976); and the collection Food for Demons (1971). A free eBook version of Man of Many Minds is available.

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