Alfred Coppel, Alfredo Jose de Arana-Marini Coppel (November 9, 1921 – May 30, 2004) was an American author. Born in Oakland, California, he served as a fighter pilot in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. After his discharge, he started his career as a writer. He became one of the most prolific pulp authors of the 1950s and 1960s, adopting the pseudonyms Robert Cham Gilman and A.C. Marin and writing for a variety of pulp magazines and later "slick" publishers. Though writing in a variety of genres, including action thrillers, he is known for his science fiction stories which comprise both short stories and novels.

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  • Alfred Coppel, Alfredo Jose de Arana-Marini Coppel (November 9, 1921 – May 30, 2004) was an American author. Born in Oakland, California, he served as a fighter pilot in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. After his discharge, he started his career as a writer. He became one of the most prolific pulp authors of the 1950s and 1960s, adopting the pseudonyms Robert Cham Gilman and A.C. Marin and writing for a variety of pulp magazines and later "slick" publishers. Though writing in a variety of genres, including action thrillers, he is known for his science fiction stories which comprise both short stories and novels. (en)
  • Alfred Coppel, vollständiger Name Alfredo Jose de Arana-Marini Coppel, Pseudonyme Robert Cham Gilman, A.C. Marin, Alfred Coppel, Jr., G. H. Rains, Derfla Leppoc, Sol Galaxan (* 9. November 1921 in Oakland / Kalifornien; † 30. Mai 2004), war ein US-amerikanischer Autor, der unter anderem im Genre der Science-Fiction schrieb. (de)
  • Alfred Coppel, de son nom complet Alfredo Jose de Arana-Marini Coppel, né le 9 novembre 1921 à Oakland en Californie et mort le 30 mai 2004 (à 82 ans), est un écrivain américain de science-fiction. (fr)
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  • Alfred Coppel, Alfredo Jose de Arana-Marini Coppel (November 9, 1921 – May 30, 2004) was an American author. Born in Oakland, California, he served as a fighter pilot in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. After his discharge, he started his career as a writer. He became one of the most prolific pulp authors of the 1950s and 1960s, adopting the pseudonyms Robert Cham Gilman and A.C. Marin and writing for a variety of pulp magazines and later "slick" publishers. Though writing in a variety of genres, including action thrillers, he is known for his science fiction stories which comprise both short stories and novels. (en)
  • Alfred Coppel, vollständiger Name Alfredo Jose de Arana-Marini Coppel, Pseudonyme Robert Cham Gilman, A.C. Marin, Alfred Coppel, Jr., G. H. Rains, Derfla Leppoc, Sol Galaxan (* 9. November 1921 in Oakland / Kalifornien; † 30. Mai 2004), war ein US-amerikanischer Autor, der unter anderem im Genre der Science-Fiction schrieb. (de)
  • Alfred Coppel, de son nom complet Alfredo Jose de Arana-Marini Coppel, né le 9 novembre 1921 à Oakland en Californie et mort le 30 mai 2004 (à 82 ans), est un écrivain américain de science-fiction. (fr)
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