BELLAMY, Francis Rufus


BELLAMY, Francis Rufus
(1886-1972)
   US editor and writer. In his sf novel Atta (1953) a man is struck by lightning and, after shrinking until 1/2 in (12mm) tall, combines forces with a warrior ant by the name of Atta.
   JC
   See also: NEAR FUTURE.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Encyclopedia. . 2011.

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