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Thomas F. Monteleone was born April 14, 1946 in Baltimore, MD. He recieved a B.S.
degree in Psychology (1968) and a Masters of Arts degree in English (1973) from the
University of Maryland. In 1974 he was a finalist for the John W. Campbell Award and
has since won several Nebula Awards for his fiction. Monteleone is an active member
of the Science Fiction Writers of America, Inc. and served a three year term as their
secretary. Monteleone has published over 50 short stories and articles.
The Monteleone papers are arranged in the following fashion: 1. Manuscripts of articles
and stories, 2. Published articles, 3. Published books.
UMBC received two donations from Monteleone: MSS 1992-01 and MSS 1996-23.
Collection unprocessed. Several published titles have been cataloged for the Rosenfeld
Collection. A list of these titles with their call numbers are included as part of
section IV. The call number for Monteleone's Master of Arts thesis is also given.
Folders in the collection are listed by box # / folder #.
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Monteleone, Thomas F.
Monteleone, Thomas F. -- Archives
Science fiction, American -- 20th century