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His first pulp cover was for the December 1939 number of //[[WeirdTales Weird Tales]]//, for a story titled //Lords of the Ice//, by [[KellerDavidH David H. Keller]]. He continued regularly providing covers and interior artwork for //[[WeirdTales WT]]// and other pulps, including //[[AstonishingStories Astonishing Stories]]//, //[[FamousFantasticMysteries Famous Fantastic Mysteries]]//, //[[OtherWorlds Other Worlds]]//, //[[SuperScienceStories Super Science Stories]]// and //[[Unknown Unknown]]//.
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His first pulp cover was for the December 1939 number of //[[WeirdTales Weird Tales]]//, for a story titled //Lords of the Ice//, by [[KellerDavidH David H. Keller]]. He continued regularly providing covers and interior artwork for //[[WeirdTales WT]]// and other pulps, including //[[AstonishingStories Astonishing Stories]]//, //[[FamousFantasticMysteries Famous Fantastic Mysteries]]//, //[[OtherWorlds Other Worlds]]//, //[[SuperScienceStories Super Science Stories]]// and //[[UnknownMagazine Unknown]]//.


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**Died:** April 11, 1964>>Science-fantasy illustrator Hannes Bokís work appeared in a variety of magazines from 1939 until the end of the pulp era. After the pulps, he segued into illustration work for books, limited edition print sets and science-fantasy fanzines.He was also the author of two novels, //Sorcerer’s Ship// and //Beyond the Golden Stair//.
{{image class="right" alt="Fantasy and Science Fiction" url="images/wiki-images/bok_rosepulp.jpg" }}A mirror-image of this painting (above) by Bok was published as the wrap-around cover for the digest //[[FantasyandScienceFiction Fantasy and Science Fiction]]// in November 1963. It illustrated Roger Zelazny’s //A Rose for Ecclesiastes//.
~- The artist is said to have devised his pseudonym “Hans Bok” (later Hannes Bok) in honor of composer Johann Sebastian Bach.
~- [[http://home.sprynet.com/~nedbrooks/BOKINDEX.htm Hannes Bok Illustration Index]] is an online version of Cuyler W. Brooks Jr.’s book of the same name.
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**Died:** April 11, 1964>>Science-fantasy illustrator Hannes Bokís work appeared in a variety of magazines from 1939 until the end of the pulp era. After the pulps, he segued into illustration work for books, limited edition print sets and science-fantasy fanzines.He was also the author of two novels, //Sorcererís Ship// and //Beyond the Golden Stair//.
{{image class="right" alt="Fantasy and Science Fiction" url="images/wiki-images/bok_rosepulp.jpg" }}A mirror-image of this painting (above) by Bok was published as the wrap-around cover for the digest //[[FantasyandScienceFiction Fantasy and Science Fiction]]// in November 1963. It illustrated Roger Zelaznyís //A Rose for Ecclesiastes//.
~- The artist is said to have devised his pseudonym ìHans Bokí (later Hannes Bok) in honor of composer Johann Sebastian Bach.
~- [[http://home.sprynet.com/~nedbrooks/BOKINDEX.htm Hannes Bok Illustration Index]] is an online version of Cuyler W. Brooks Jr.ís book of the same name.


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>>{{image class="center" alt="Hannes Bok" url="images/wiki-images/bokhannes.jpg" }}**Hannes Bok**
{{image class="center" alt="A Rose for Ecclesiastes" url="images/wiki-images/bok_rose.jpg" }}
{{image class="right" alt="Fantasy and Science Fiction" url="images/wiki-images/bok_rosepulp.jpg" }}A mirror-image of this painting (above) by Bok was published as the wrap-around cover for the digest //[[FantasyandScienceFiction Fantasy and Science Fiction]]// in November 1963. It illustrated Roger Zelaznyís //A Rose for Ecclesiastes//.
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>>{{image class="center" alt="Hannes Bok" url="wiki-images/bokhannes.jpg" }}**Hannes Bok**
{{image class="center" alt="A Rose for Ecclesiastes" url="wiki-images/bok_rose.jpg" }}
{{image class="right" alt="Fantasy and Science Fiction" url="wiki-images/bok_rosepulp.jpg" }}A mirror-image of this painting (above) by Bok was published as the wrap-around cover for the digest //[[FantasyandScienceFiction Fantasy and Science Fiction]]// in November 1963. It illustrated Roger Zelaznyís //A Rose for Ecclesiastes//.


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>>{{image class="center" alt="Hannes Bok" url="wiki-images/bokhannes.jpg" }}**Hannes Bok**
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**Died:** April 11, 1964>>Science-fantasy illustrator Hannes Bokís work appeared in a variety of magazines from 1939 until the end of the pulp era. After the pulps, he segued into illustration work for books, limited edition print sets and science-fantasy fanzines.He was also the author of two novels, //Sorcererís Ship// and //Beyond the Golden Stair//.
Hannes Bok was born Wayne Woodard, though the location of his birth has been listed as Duluth, Minn., or Kansas City, Mo. He died nearly 50 years later in New York City.
His first pulp cover was for the December 1939 number of //[[WeirdTales Weird Tales]]//, for a story titled //Lords of the Ice//, by [[KellerDavidH David H. Keller]]. He continued regularly providing covers and interior artwork for //[[WeirdTales WT]]// and other pulps, including //[[AstonishingStories Astonishing Stories]]//, //[[FamousFantasticMysteries Famous Fantastic Mysteries]]//, //[[OtherWorlds Other Worlds]]//, //[[SuperScienceStories Super Science Stories]]// and //[[UnknownMagazine Unknown]]//.
{{image class="center" alt="A Rose for Ecclesiastes" url="wiki-images/bok_rose.jpg" }}
{{image class="right" alt="Fantasy and Science Fiction" url="wiki-images/bok_rosepulp.jpg" }}A mirror-image of this painting (above) by Bok was published as the wrap-around cover for the digest //[[FantasyandScienceFiction Fantasy and Science Fiction]]// in November 1963. It illustrated Roger Zelaznyís //A Rose for Ecclesiastes//.
In 1953, Bok shared the first Hugo Award for Best Professional Artist in the science and fantasy field with Ed Ernshwiller.
~- The artist is said to have devised his pseudonym ìHans Bokí (later Hannes Bok) in honor of composer Johann Sebastian Bach.
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Here would be a 1-3 sentence summary of the pulp fictioneer, artist, editor, etc.
**Died:** April 11, 1964>>Here would be a more detailed biography of the pulp contributor. Can be as long as necessary. This section can be subdivided as needed. Such as...
===The stories===
For instance, this could be a section with the contributorís most important or famous stories/novels/covers/illustrations/etc. This would not be a complete listing of the contributor's works. Just a sampling of the significant contributions.
~- Share fun facts to know and tell.
~- Share fun facts to know and tell.
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 2]]
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===Background===
>>{{image class="center" alt="Hannes Bok" url="wiki-images/bokhannes.jpg" }}
**Hannes Bok**
**Born:** July 2, 1914
**Died:** April 11, 1964>>Here would be a more detailed biography of the pulp contributor. Can be as long as necessary. This section can be subdivided as needed. Such as...
===The stories===
For instance, this could be a section with the contributorís most important or famous stories/novels/covers/illustrations/etc. This would not be a complete listing of the contributor's works. Just a sampling of the significant contributions.
===Comments/trivia===
~- Share fun facts to know and tell.
~- Share fun facts to know and tell.
===Outside links===
~- [[http://home.sprynet.com/~nedbrooks/BOKINDEX.htm Hannes Bok Illustration Index]] is an online version of Cuyler W. Brooks Jr.ís book of the same name.
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 2]]
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 3]]
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==Categories==
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Just to make a start here - I have published an index to the published art of Hannes Bok several times over the years. Now it is online at
http://home.sprynet.com/~nedbrooks/BOKINDEX.htm


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