STINE, Hank


STINE, Hank
(1945-)
   US writer, born Henry Eugene Stein, whose Season of the Witch (1968) interestingly blends sf and erotica in the story of a man biologically transformed into a woman as a punishment for rape and murder, but who eventually finds her/his true role and contentment as a transsexual. Other sf novels include Thrill City (1969), set in a city devastated by WWIII, and a novelization tied to the tv series The PRISONER , A Day in the Life * (1970). HS was editor of GALAXY SCIENCE FICTION for2 issues in 1979.
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   See also: PSYCHOLOGY; SEX.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Encyclopedia. . 2011.

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