Born Edward Hamilton Waldo in 1918, he changed his name to Theodore Sturgeonin his early teens. He sold his first story, “Heavy Insurance,” in 1938 for $5 toMcClure’s Syndicate for publication in newspapers. The sale of”The God in the Garden” to Unknown was his first published SFstory.His novel, More Than Human, won the International Fantasy Award. His story,”Slow Sculpture,” won both the Hugo and Nebula awards. He died on May 8, 1985, and he was posthumously awarded theWorld Fantasy Life Achievement Award.
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