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Composit of four frames showing various shots of E.J. Gold interviewing Harlan Ellison
E.J. Gold interviews Harlan Ellison, Iguanacon, Phoenix, Arizona, circa 1978.
Courtesy Morgan Fox Agency.

BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: EUGENE JEFFREY GOLD 1941-

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