RARA-AVIS: James Causey

From: juri.nummelin@pp.inet.fi
Date: 02 Jun 2006

I just heard from his niece that writer James Causey has died. She didn't state the death year and I haven't heard from her again.

Causey wrote three paperback crime novels in the late fifties and early sixties, and he has these short stories in the Fictionmags Index:

CAUSEY, JAMES (1924- ) (chron.)
* Death Song, (ss) Street & Smith's Detective Story Magazine Jun 1945
* Obeah Kill, (ss) Street & Smith's Detective Story Magazine Mar 1947
* Seventh Round Homicide, (ss) Street & Smith's Detective Story Magazine Nov 1946
* Vengeance from the Tomb, (ss) Street & Smith's Detective Story Magazine Dec 1946

And these in the Index to SF Anthologies and Collections:

CAUSEY, JAMES (1924- ) (chron.)
* Exploiter's End, (nv) Orbit #2 1953 Beyond the Stars and Other Stories, ed. Anon., Sydney: Jubilee 1958
* Felony, (ss) Galaxy Jul 1954 The Best Science Fiction Stories and Novels: 1955, ed. T. E. Dikty, Fell 1955
* The Show Must Go On ["So Lovely, So Lost"], (ss) Orbit #5 1954 The Pseudo People, ed. William F. Nolan, Sherbourne 1965
* So Lovely, So Lost, (ss) Orbit #5 1954; also as "The Show Must Go On".
* Teething Ring, (ss) Galaxy Jan 1953 Second Galaxy Reader of Science Fiction, ed. Horace L. Gold, Crown 1954 Fifty Short Science Fiction Tales, ed. Isaac Asimov & Groff Conklin, Collier Books 1963

He also wrote for Weird Tales - at least one collaboration with Bill Blackbeard.


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