Richard Curtis
Pseudonyms: Ray Lilly, Curtis Richards and Curtis Stevens (with Paul Stevens)

Richard Alan Curtis was born in the Bronx, New York. He is an author, editor and literary agent. From 1980 to 1992, he wrote the Agent's Corner in Locus, the magazine of the science fiction & fantasy field. The novel, The Revolt of Abbe Lee (1964) by James MacBrian (pseudonym of Dave Foley [1932-1963]), was ghostwritten by Curtis. He is the creator of the 'Pro' series featuring Dave Bolt, a sports agent.


Titles and year of publication:  

 'Pro' Novels
 1) The $3 Million Turn-Over  1974
 2) Death in the Crease  1975
 3) Strike Zone  1975
 As 'Ray Lilly'
 1) The Sunday Alibi  1977
 As 'Curtis Richards'
 1) Halloween (novelization of film)  1979
 As 'Curtis Stevens' (with Paul Stevens)
 1) The Gravy Train Hit  1974