Algis Budrys

1931 - 2008

Algis Budrys

Algirdas Jonas "Algis" Budrys (January 9, 1931 – June 9, 2008) was a Lithuanian-American science fiction author, editor, and critic. He was also known under the pen names Frank Mason, Alger Rome (in collaboration with Jerome Bixby), John A. Sentry, William Scarff, and Paul Janvier. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Algis Budrys has received more than 104,599 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 4,372nd most popular writer.

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  • 21

    Languages Editions (L)

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  • 3.75

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Among writers, Algis Budrys ranks 4,364 out of 4,883Before him are Stephen Vincent Benét, James Herbert, Kenneth Burke, Gillian Flynn, Martin Litchfield West, and Jodi Picoult. After him are Nancy Kress, Khushwant Singh, Chaz Bono, Barbara Ehrenreich, George Farquhar, and Ann Coulter.

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Among people born in 1931, Algis Budrys ranks 317Before him are Jimmy Stewart, William Deane, D. M. Jayaratne, Ronald Drever, Te Atairangikaahu, and Mitzi Gaynor. After him are Anthony Newley, Dean Smith, Hal Needham, Hanoi Hannah, Bobby Collins, and Charles Colson. Among people deceased in 2008, Algis Budrys ranks 239Before him are Marlyn Meltzer, Avery Dulles, Edie Adams, Yegor Letov, Jesse Helms, and Richey Edwards. After him are Ann Savage, Jeff Healey, Viktor Kuzkin, Studs Terkel, George MacDonald Fraser, and Beverly Garland.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Algis Budrys ranks 1,462 out of 2,050Before him are Alexander Povetkin (1979), Origa (1970), Jörg Heinrich (1969), Andriy Yarmolenko (1989), Mikhail Tyurin (1960), and Genndy Tartakovsky (1970). After him are Vitaly Mutko (1958), Viktor Markin (1957), Dmitry Rogozin (1963), Larisa Lazutina (1965), Vyacheslav Bykov (1960), and Yunus-bek Yevkurov (1963).