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David Bischoff

USA (1951 - )

aka Mark Grant, Brad Quentin

David Bischoff was born in 1951 in Washington D.C. He graduated from the University of Maryland in 1973 and spent many years at NBC Washington. He's been a professional writer for twenty five years now and has published many novels, short stories and articles. As a teen, Bischoff was a great fan both of humorous stories of Keith Laumer, and the funny, erotic art of Vaughn Bode.

Genres: Science Fiction, Horror, Young Adult Fantasy
Star Fall
1. Star Fall (1980)
2. Star Spring (1982)
Star Hounds
1. The Infinite Battle (1985)
2. Galactic Warriors (1985)
3. The Macrocosmic Conflict (1986)
4. The Planet Killer (2012) (with Saul Garnell)
5. Reincarnation War (2014) (with Saul Garnell)

Mutants Amok (as by Mark Grant)
1. Mutants Amok (1991)
2. Mutant Hell (1991)
3. Rebel Attack (1991)
4. Holocaust Horror (1991)
5. Mutants Amok at Christmastime (1991)
     aka Christmas Slaughter

Girl Who Loved Dark Shadows
At The Twilight's Last Gleaming (2011)
Star Hounds (with Saul Garnell)
Star Hounds: The Classic Space Adventure (omnibus) (2012)
Aliens Omnibus Vol 2 (1996) (with Stephani Perry (S D Perry) and Steve Perry)
Series contributed to
4. Genocide (1993) (with Mike Richardson)
Alien Omnibus 2 (omnibus) (2016) (with Robert Sheckley)
Anthologies edited
Anthologies containing stories by David Bischoff

Short stories
The Sky's an Oyster; the Stars Are Pearls (1975)
Tin Woodsman (1977) (with Dennis Bailey)Nebula Awards (nominee)
Copyright Infringement (1984)
Spare Change (1991)
High Concept (1993)
Nevermore [short story] (1993) (with Dean Wesley Smith)
Be Still My Heart: The Bartender's Tale (1995)
Brigbuffoon (1996)
Cam Shaft (1996)
The Xaxrkling of J Arnold Boysenberry (1997)
Bongoid (1998)
The S-Files (1998)
Mushroom Tea (1999)
Sittin' On the Dock (1999)
A Game of Swords (2000)
The Last Full Measure (2000)
May Oysters Have Legs (2000)
Rounded By a Sleep (2000)

Nebula Awards Best Short Story nominee (1978) : Tin Woodsman

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