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Philip Empson High (28 April 1914 - 9 August 2006) was an English science fiction author. Philip Empson High was born in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. His writing career spanned over 50 years before his death in Canterbury, Kent on 9 August 2006
Philip Empson High (28 April 1914 - 9 August 2006) was an English science fiction author. His writing career spanned over 50 years before his death in Canterbury, Kent on 9 August 2006. He published some 14 novels and numerous short stories.
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You didn’t need to pick us up, Hubertus, she says, because she feels the need to say something, and because it seems so abundantly the truth. Not at all, says Bigend, ambiguously, pulling away from the curb. I want to hear all about it. Which he does, mainly via Boone, but, Cayce gradually notes, with two serious omissions.
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Flag as Inappropriate. Short story collections. The Best of Philip E. High (2002). High made his name initially in the 1950s with a series of short stories for various magazines including Authentic Science Fiction, New Worlds Science Fiction and Nebula Science Fiction, and was voted "top discovery" in the Nebula readers' poll for 1956 (the "Guinea Prize"). A collection of his short stories, The Best of Philip E. High, was published in 2002.
High, Philip E. 1914-(Philip Empson High) PERSONAL:Born April 28. . 1914-(Philip Empson High) PERSONAL:Born April 28, 1914, in Biggleswade, England; son of William (a bank clerk) and Muriel High; married Pamela Baker, August 17, 1950 (died, September, 1997); children: Jacqueline, Beverly. Education: Attended high school in Canterbury, England. Don D'Ammassa observed in Twentieth-Century Science-Fiction Writers, "Indeed, one of the many recurring themes in High's novels is a dread of conformity and the value of the individual. Guilty as Charged: Fantastic Crime Stories (2013). Interview with Philip E. High. Obituary by John Clute from The Independent, 19 August 2006. High - An Illustrated Bibliography at SFandFantasy.