De Camp, L. Sprague (Lyon Sprague), 1907-2000

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Birth 1907-11-27
Death 2000-11-06
Americans
English

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Lyon Sprague De Camp was born in New York and educated at the California Institute of Technology and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. De Camp worked as an editor and instructor at the Inventor's Foundationin New Jersey between 1933-1936.

De Camp began writing in 1938 and now has 97 books to his credit, ranging from science fiction to fantasy to non-fiction. De Camp's most well known works include the Conan Series, several of which have been made into movies, "Conan the Barbarian" and "Conan the Destroyer."

From the description of Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection, Manuscripts, 1941-1965. (Temple University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 122582543

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  • Short stories

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