Theodore Sturgeon 1918–
(Born Edward Hamilton Waldo; also wrote under the pseudonym of Frederick R. Ewing) American author of science fiction novels and short stories.
Sturgeon is one of the first writers of the genre to convey emotions such as love in his work. A deft craftsman, Sturgeon received both the Hugo and Nebula Awards.
(See also Contemporary Authors, Vols. 81-84, and Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 8: Twentieth Century American Science-Fiction Writers.)