Thomas M. Disch

Thomas M. Disch (1940-2008) is the author of Camp Concentration, 334, On Wings of Song, and numerous other novels. He published popular works (The MD: A Horror Story was a bestseller, his novelization of the television series The Prisoner remains in print after forty-five years, and his children’s books The Brave Little Toaster and The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars were made into animated Disney films) as well as poetry collections, plays, opera libretti, anthologies, theater criticism, and numerous celebrated short stories, including “Angouleme,” which formed the basis of a critical study, The American Shore by Samuel R. Delany.

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