|Date of Birth||18 August 1925, East Dereham, Norfolk, England, UK|
|Birth Name||Brian Wilson Aldiss|
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Brian Wilson Aldiss, a British writer, anthologist, and critic, published his first book, "The Brightfount Diaries", in 1955. That same year he won his first literary award for his short story "Not For an Age." The most popular science fiction writer of the United Kingdom in the late twentieth century, he is famous for his style, imagery, surrealism, and liberated attitude toward sex rather than for his use of science. His first novel, "Non-Stop" (1958), is considered a classic of science fiction. Aldiss gained renown in the 1960s as one of the "New Wave" SF authors.
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|Margaret Manson||(1965 - 1997) (her death) (2 children)|
|Olive Fortescue||(1948 - 1965) (2 children)|