Tod Robbins: His Life and Work

Tod Robbins: His Life and Work

by Tod Robbins, Osie Turner

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BN ID: 2940016183527
Publisher: The Forlorn Press
Publication date: 01/27/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Tod Robbins actively tried to keep his personal life as secret as possible. Now, over sixty years after his death, there is not only scant information available about him, but a lot of misinformation as well. Exactly how many wives did he have? Some sources say as many as six, but who were they? He also spent World War II in a German concentration camp. In this volume, all of these questions have been explored and answered, including biographical sketches of Robbins' wives and possibly pinpointing the precise camp he was interred at during the war.

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Osie Turner is a writer, blogger, and photographer. He is a Las Vegas native who has studied world religions and collects arcane and rare books. His collection primarily focuses on weird fiction, religion, occult-related selections, and a shelf exclusively devoted to early American and British Jewish books. Turner is a devout Francophile and cat lover.

He founded The Forlorn Press to revive forgotten classics and make them available to the modern reader. All titles offered by The Forlorn Press are enhanced with additional details of the stories' publication histories, original author's biographies, and any other interesting tidbits uncovered during research.

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