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Waugh, Charles G. (Charles Gordon), 1943-

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    • Charles Gordon
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    • us: Waugh, Charles, 1943-
    • us: Waugh, Charles H., 1943-
    • us: Waugh, C. G. (Charles Gordon), 1943
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    • found: Mysterious visions, 1978 (a.e.) t.p. (Charles Waugh)
    • found: Baseball 3000, c1981: t.p. (Charles G. Waugh)
    • found: Those amazing electronic thinking machines, 1983 (a.e.) t.p. (Charles H. Waugh)
    • found: Sunshine crime, c1987: CIP t.p. (Charles G. Waugh) data sheet (b. 7-18-1943)
    • found: 14 vicious valentines, 1988: t.p. (edited by Martin Harry Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh; introduced by Isaac Asimov) p. ii (editor with Carol-Lynn Rössel Waugh, Martin Harry Greenberg, and Isaac Asimov of The twelve crimes[=frights?] of Christmas and 13 horrors of Halloween)
    • found: Cont. authors online, Dec. 14, 2001 (Charles G(ordon) Waugh; b. July 18, 1943 in Philadelphia; m. Carol-Lynn Roessel; two children (daughter Jenny-Lynn is also a writer); editor with Isaac Asimov and Martin Harry Greenberg of many science, mystery, fantasy and horror fiction anthologies including The twelve frights of Christmas (1986))
    • found: OCLC database, November 26, 2013 (access points: Waugh, Charles; Waugh, Charles G.; Waugh, Charles Gordon; Waugh, C. G.; usage: Charles G. Waugh, Charles Waugh; Charles Gordon Waugh, C.G. Waugh)
    • found: ISFDB website, viewed November 26, 2013 (Charles G. Waugh; born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on July 18, 1943; alternate names: Charles G. Waugh, C.G. Waugh; writes primarily science fiction, fantasy, and horror; email:; works at University of Maine at Augusta, 1971-present, and professor of communication and psychology, 1981-present)
    • found: University of Maine at Augusta website, viewed November 26, 2013 (Charles Waugh, professor of communication and psychology; teaches public speaking, interpersonal communication, introduction to psychology and social psychology)
    • found: Email from author, December 3, 2013 (name appears in error as "Charles H. Waugh" on 1983 publication of the book Those amazing electronic thinking machines)
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    • 1978-07-27: new
    • 2013-12-12: revised
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