H. H. Hollis

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H. H. Hollis was a pseudonym of Ben Neal Ramey (7 October 1921 - May 1977),[1] who was an American science fiction short story writer and essayist. Ramey's "day-job" was as a lawyer in Texas; he wrote science fiction for fun. Two of his stories, The Guerrilla Trees (1968) and Sword Game (1968), were each nominated for a Nebula award.[2]

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Short Stories[edit]

  • Ouled Nail (1966)
  • Cybernia, If (July 1966)
  • The Long, Slow Orbits (1967)
  • Travelers Guide to Megahouston (1967)
  • The Guerrilla Trees (1968)
  • Sword Game (1968)
  • Eeeetz Ch (1968)
  • Too Many People (1971)
  • Stoned Counsel (1972)
  • Different Angel (1973)
  • Every Day in Every Way (1976)
  • The Widow Figler Versus Ceramic Gardens of Memory, Inc. (1976)
  • Arachne (1976)
  • Dark Body (1976)
  • Inertia (1976)
  • Even Money (1979)

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ H. H. Hollis at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
  2. ^ Nicholls 1979, p. 289.

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External links[edit]

  • Contento, William G. (18 March 2015). "H.H. Hollis bibliography". Index to Science Fiction Anthologies and Collections, Combined Edition. Retrieved 26 December 2015.