Don Congdon Audio Books

Don Congdon Audio Books

Don Congdon (1918–2009) was a noted literary agent and editor who helped bring Ray Bradbury into the foreground of the writing world. In 1983 he started his own literary agency, Don Congdon Associates. He edited numerous anthologies of writings on World Wars I and II, the 1930s, and mystery and horror stories.

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