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Pierre Versins

Pierre Versins

French writer
Pierre Versins
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Intro French writer
Was Writer Essayist Publisher
From France
Type Business Journalism Literature
Gender male
Birth 12 January 1923, Avignon
Death 18 April 2001, Avignon (aged 78 years)
Pierre Versins
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Biography

Pierre Versins (born Jacques Chamson January 12, 1923- April 18, 2001) was a French Science Fiction collector and scholar. From 1957-62, he published a critical fanzine, Ailleurs. He published four science fiction novels between 1951 and 1971, including En avant, Mars, Les etoiles ne s'en foutent pas, Leprofesseur, and Les transhumains. His wife, Martine Thome, is credited as a co-author on many of his short stories. Versins published Encyclopedie de Utopie et de la sf, which won a special award at Torcon II, the 1973 Worldcon and he won a Pilgrim Award from the Science Fiction Research Association in 1991. In 1975, he founded the Maison d'Ailleurs, a museum of science fiction, utopia and extraordinary journey in Yverdon-les-Bains, (Switzerland). During World War II, Versins was incarcerated in Auschwitz.

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