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Amelia Reynolds Long
Born
Columbia, Pennsylvania
Died
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Pen name Peter Reynolds (sometimes with William L. Crawford)
Occupation short story writer, novelist, poet
Nationality United States
Genre Detective fiction, Science fiction

Amelia Reynolds Long ( – March 26, 1978(1978-03-26)) was an American detective fiction and science fiction writer and novelist. Her Weird Tales story, "The Thought-Monster," was made into the 1958 British science fiction film Fiend Without a Face; the story sale to the film's producers was brokered by her agent Forrest J Ackerman. She co-wrote the 1936 novel Behind the Evidence with William L. Crawford under the combined pseudonym Peter Reynolds.<ref>Chalker, Jack L.; Owings, Mark (1998). The Science-Fantasy Publishers: A Bibliographic History, 1923-1998. Westminster, MD and Baltimore: Mirage Press, Ltd. pp. 705–706. </ref> Some of her stories appeared under the byline "A. R. Long".


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Amelia Reynolds Long
Born
Columbia, Pennsylvania
Died
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Pen name Peter Reynolds (sometimes with William L. Crawford)
Occupation short story writer, novelist, poet
Nationality United States
Genre Detective fiction, Science fiction

Amelia Reynolds Long ( – March 26, 1978(1978-03-26)) was an American detective fiction and science fiction writer and novelist. Her Weird Tales story, "The Thought-Monster," was made into the 1958 British science fiction film Fiend Without a Face; the story sale to the film's producers was brokered by her agent Forrest J Ackerman. She co-wrote the 1936 novel Behind the Evidence with William L. Crawford under the combined pseudonym Peter Reynolds.<ref>Chalker, Jack L.; Owings, Mark (1998). The Science-Fantasy Publishers: A Bibliographic History, 1923-1998. Westminster, MD and Baltimore: Mirage Press, Ltd. pp. 705–706. </ref> Some of her stories appeared under the byline "A. R. Long".


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