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Martino was a very important scientist, working on something called the K 88 But the K 88 exploded in his face, and he was dragged across the Soviet border There he stayed for months When they finally gave him back, the Soviets had given him a metal armd an expressionless metal skull So how could Allied Security be sure he actually was Martino
Algis Budrys was a Lithuanian American science fiction author, editor, and critic He was also known under the pen names Frank Mason , Alger Rome , John A Sentry , William Scarff , Paul Janvier , and Sam Janet Argo.Called AJ by friends, Budrys was born Algirdas Jonas Budrys in K nigsberg in East Prussia He was the son of the consul general of the Lithuanian government, the pre World War II government still recognized after the war by the United States, even though the Soviet sponsored government was in power throughout most of Budrys s life His family was sent to the United States by the Lithuanian government in 1936 when Budrys was 5 years old During most of his adult life, he held a captain s commission in the Free Lithuanian Army.Budrys was educated at the University of Miami, and later at Columbia University in New York His first published science fiction story was The High Purpose, which appeared in Astounding Science Fiction in 1952 Beginning in 1952 Budrys worked as editor and manager for such science fiction publishers as Gnome Press and Galaxy Science Fiction Some of his science fiction in the 1950s was published under the pen name John A Sentry , a reconfigured Anglification of his Lithuanian name Among his other pseudonyms in the SF magazines of the 1950s and elsewhere, several revived as bylines for vignettes in his magazine Tomorrow Speculative Fiction, is William Scarff He also wrote several stories under the names Ivan Janvier or Paul Janvier He also used the pen name Alger Rome in his collaborations with Jerome Bixby.Budrys s 1960 novella Rogue Moon was nominated for a Hugo Award, and was later anthologized in The Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Volume Two 1973 His Cold War science fiction novel Who was adapted for the screen in 1973 In addition to numerous Hugo Award and Nebula Award nominations, Budrys won the Science Fiction Research Association s 2007 Pilgrim Award for lifetime contributions to speculative fiction scholarship In 2009, he was the recipient of one of the first three Solstice Awards presented by the SFWA in recognition of his contributions to the field of science fiction.Budrys was married to Edna Duna they had four sons He last resided in Evanston, Illinois He died at home, from metastatic malignant melanoma on June 9, 2008.
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