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Card, Orson Scott



  • Existence: 1951-

Biographical History

Orson Scott Card (born 1951) is an American author, essayist, speaker, and political activist.

His Characterization and viewpoint, 1988: CIP t.p. (Orson Scott Card) data sheet (b. Aug. 24, 1951)

Friend, Oct. 1977: p. 38 (Byron Walley; pseud. used by Orson Scott Card as a separate bibliographic identity for LDS Church writings)

The rag mission, 1979 (Bryan Green; pseud. used by Orson Scott Card)

Student research area--OSC answers questions, viewed Mar. 2, 2009 ("The Rag Mission" was published under the name Brian Green)

Sunstone, v.20, no.1 (Apr. 1997): p. 18 (Frederick Bliss and P.Q. Gump are pseudonyms used by Orson Scott Card in Sunstone)

Women of Genesis. Sarah, 2000: CIP t.p. (Orson Scott Card) galley (b. Sept. 25, 1951)

Ksenocid, 1998: t.p. (Orson Skot Kard)

Endā no kodomodachi, 2001: t.p. (Ōsun Sukotto Kādo)

Endŏui geim, 2000: t.p. (Olsŭn Sŭkʻot Kʻadŭ)

Biog. resource center (Contemp. authors), Feb. 22, 2005 (Orson Scott Card; b. Aug. 24, 1951, Richland, Wash.; University of Utah, M.A., 1981; also known as Brian Green, Byron Walley, Brian Glenn Green, Brian Brian; author of works under pseudonyms Frederick Bliss and P.Q. Gump)

Zanna's gift, 2008: cover p. [1] (Orson Scott Card writing as Scott Richards)

Wikipedia, Mar. 2, 2009 (Orson Scott Card; b. Aug. 24, 1951, Richland, Wash.; has used a total of six pseudonyms: Frederick Bliss, P.Q. Gump, Byron Walley, Brian Green, Noam D. Pellume, and Scott Richards)

Wikipedia, via WWW, July 27, 2012 (B.A., Brigham Young University; M.A., University of Utah; attended Notre Dame; American author, critic, public speaker, essayist, columnist, and political activist; writes in several genres, but primarily in science fiction)

Igra Ėndera, 2013: title page (Orson Skot Card (Орсон Скот Кард))

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Orson Scott Card papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 1756
Scope and Contents

Literary papers, including manuscripts of published and unpublished works (novels, short stories, plays, poetry, nonfiction). Also included are works of other authors that Card has commented on, correspondence, and personal papers. Also included are scripts and other materials pertaining to the production of the 1989 motion picture The abyss (directed by James Cameron), which Card used to write the novel of the same name.

Dates: 1966-2011