Rog Phillips

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Phillips's Hugo-nominated "Rat in the Skull" was the cover story for December 1958 issue of magazine If


Phillips's novelette "Bubastis of Egupt", using his byline "Craig Browning", was the cover story of the December 1950 issue of Other Worlds Science Stories, illustrated by Hannes Bok

Roger Phillips Graham (1909-1966), born in Spokane, Washington, was an American science fiction writer who was published most often using the name Rog Phillips, but also used other names. Of his other pseudonyms, only Craig Browning is notable in the genre. He is associated most with Amazing Stories and is known best for short fiction. He was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Novelette during 1959.


  • "The Yellow Pill"
  • "Rat in the Skull"


  • The Gallery [1]
  • Unthinkable [2]
  • Time Trap (1949)
  • Worlds Within (1950)
  • World of If (1951)


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