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Carter Scholz

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2010-06-11 17:23:23 Gary Peterson Suffix none
2010-06-11 17:23:23 Gary Peterson Bio Robert Carter Scholz grew up in Tenafly, New Jersey and graduated from Tenafly High in 1971. Scholz was a regular writer for THE COMICS JOURNAL in the 1980s, providing reviews of comic books and especially science fiction. Scholz is himself the author of several short stories and two novels: PALIMPESTS (with Glenn Harcourt)in 1984 and RADIANCE: A NOVEL in 2002. Scholz also wrote an episode of THE NEW TWILIGHT ZONE: "A Small Talent For War." Robert Carter Scholz grew up in Tenafly, New Jersey and graduated from Tenafly High in 1971. Scholz was a regular writer for THE COMICS JOURNAL in the 1980s, providing reviews of comic books and especially science fiction. Scholz is himself the author of several short stories as well as PALIMPESTS (with Glenn Harcourt)in 1984; KAFKA AMERICANA (with Jonathan Lethem) in 2001; RADIANCE: A NOVEL in 2002 and THE AMOUNT TO CARRY: STORIES in 2004. Scholz has also written for the television series DARKROOM (1981) and for THE NEW TWILIGHT ZONE (the 1986 episode "A Small Talent For War").
2010-06-11 17:17:03 Gary Peterson Suffix none
2010-06-11 17:17:03 Gary Peterson DOB 1953
2010-06-11 17:17:03 Gary Peterson Bio Robert Carter Scholz grew up in Tenafly, New Jersey and graduated from Tenafly High in 1971. Scholz was a regular writer for THE COMICS JOURNAL in the 1980s, providing reviews of comic books and especially science fiction. Scholz is himself the author of several short stories and two novels: PALIMPESTS (with Glenn Harcourt)in 1984 and RADIANCE: A NOVEL in 2002. Scholz also wrote an episode of THE NEW TWILIGHT ZONE: "A Small Talent For War."
2010-06-11 17:17:03 Gary Peterson Notes Wrter and book critic, especially in the genre of science-fiction. Writer and book critic, especially in the genre of science-fiction.
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