William Sloane

William Milligan Sloane III (1906–1974), also known simply as William Sloane, was an American author of fantasy and science fiction literature, and a publisher.

From 1955 until his death Sloane was the director of the Rutgers University Press in New Jersey. Before then, he had spent more than 25 years with several other publishers. He formed his own publishing concern, William Sloane Associates, in 1946.

Sloane attended The Hill School and graduated from Princeton University in 1929.


William Milligan Sloane III. Wikipedia.

Edited by 2011-03-06 (Seregil of Rhiminee)
Speculative Fiction Novels (3)
1964  The Rim of Morning
(science fiction, horror, collection)
1939  The Edge of Running Water
(science fiction, horror)
1937  To Walk the Night
(science fiction, horror)

Comics and Anthology (2)
1954  Stories for Tomorrow
(science fiction, anthology)
1953  Space, Space, Space
(science fiction, anthology)