User:Hayford Peirce

From Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium
Jump to: navigation, search

I bid you welcome to my CZLoopingAnim1.gif userpage
Today is Monday, August 17, 2015
See also TI:Hayford Peirce for Topic Informant items.
See also Hayford Peirce for a Citizendium article about me
See also Matt Helm/Signed Articles/Hayford Peirce
See also User:Hayford_Peirce/Editorial_Council_Election_Statement_2010 for my 2010 election statment
(CC) Photo: Hayford Peirce
In my rebuilt office in Tucson in 2009
I was born in Bangor, Maine, in 1942, and attended Exeter, Stanford, and Harvard. I graduated from Harvard in 1964 as a member of the class of 1963, having majored in English. I then moved to Tahiti, where I lived for 23 years, working as a businessman in various companies that I helped found and as a minor writer of science fiction and mystery stories. In 1988 I returned to the States to live and have been in Tucson, Arizona, since 1994.

My particular interests are old-time tennis (up until about the start of the Open Era in 1968), some branches of mystery stories and science fiction, food and cooking, and an eclectic selection of baseball players and writers and personalities such as Johnny Mize, Evelyn Waugh, John O'Hara, and S.J. Perelman. I originated and wrote a number of lengthy Wikipedia articles, particularly those about Bill Tilden and Pancho Gonzales, as well as many other old-time tennis players and British mystery writers such as Michael Gilbert.

Articles that I've created in Citizendium

  • Biographies

{{rpl|Larry Sanger}} gives:

  • Stub Larry Sanger: American former philosophy professor who co-founded Wikipedia and founded Citizendium as an alternative (born 1968). [e]

{{r|George Jones}} gives:

  • George Jones [r]: An iconic American country singer, born in Texas on September 12, 1931, who is known for the heart-felt emotion conveyed by his phrasing and vocalizations and who is frequently called "the greatest living country singer." [e]

*{{pl|Hayford Peirce}} gives:

Pictures that I've uploaded in Citizendium

(CC) Photo: Hayford Peirce
The author, holding two lobsters that are about to be turned into a lobster soufflée.

Books that I've written

Science Fiction

  • Napoleon Disentimed (1987), Tor, ISBN 1-58715-267-3
  • The Thirteenth Majestral (1989), Tor, also reissued as Dinosaur Park (1994) ISBN 0-8125-4892-2 for both books
  • Phylum Monsters (1989), Tor, ISBN 0-8125-4894-9
  • Chap Foey Rider, Capitalist to the Stars (2000)
  • Jonathan White, Stockbroker in Orbit (2001)
  • The Burr in the Garden of Eden (2001)
  • Sam Fearon: Time Scanner (2001)
  • Flickerman (2001)
  • The Spark of Life (2001)
  • Black Hole Planet (2003)
  • Aliens (2003)
  • With a Bang, and Other Forbidden Delights (2005)
  • The 13th Death of Yuri Gellaski (2005)

Mysteries and Spy Thrillers

  • Blood on the Hibiscus|Trouble in Tahiti: Blood on the Hibiscus (2000)
  • Trouble in Tahiti: P.I. Joe Caneili, Discrétion Assurée (2000)
  • Trouble in Tahiti: Commissaire Tama, Chief of Police (2000)
  • Trouble in Tahiti: The Gauguin Murders (2001)
  • The Bel Air Blitz (2002)

Internet article

  • Some Thoughts on Matt Helm's Birthday, an analysis of when Donald Hamilton's fictional character, the counter-agent and assassin Matt Helm, was actually born. It can be found at [1]

Trivia

Chap Foey Rider, the Anglo-Chinese protagonist of one of my science-fiction series, is an anagram of Hayford Peirce. The first story in the series was originally written as a joke letter to the editor of Analog magazine.

Release

I release all my contributions to Citizendium, including those texts which I originally wrote for Wikipedia, under the Creative Commons CC-by-SA 2.5 license.

World No.1 Tennis player template

User:Hayford Peirce/my templates

Photo upload template

About Media Hosted at Citizendium
Title / Description


Please edit this page and add a title/description.
Author(s)


Please edit this page and add the real name(s) of the author(s).
Copyright holder


Please edit this page and add the name of the copyright holder, or note why this is not applicable.
Source


Please edit this page and add the source of this media, or note that it is unknown.
Date created


Please edit this page and add the date of creation, or an estimate thereof.
Country of first publication


Please edit this page and add the country of first publication, or note that it is unknown.
Notes


You can edit this page and add notes here which may be useful to people who wish to re-use this media.
Other versions


If there are other versions of this media on CZ, please list them here.
Using this image on CZ


Please click here to add the credit line, then copy the code below to add this image to a Citizendium article, changing the size, alignment, and caption as necessary.

{{Image|Hayford Peirce|right|350px|Add image caption here.}}

Image issue? Contact cz-image-questions@mail.citizendium.org


Licensing/Copyright status

Email form for Time Magazine permissions

http://www.time.com/time/reprints/covers

I suggest the following for this section:

PUBLICATION INFORMATION
Title:
Print Run: Website
Expected publish date: Upon receipt of permission
Cost of publication: Free. Citizendium is a non-profit encyclopedia project without fundng to pay permission fees.

Also, this is a one-cover-per-request form.

A place to find public food photos

Speedy delete request template

{{Speedydelete}} template can be used in the following format {{speedydelete|REASON|~~~}}

Template for "Famous tennis players"

The very top line may or may not be needed, depending on where in the list you're putting this stuff -- apparently it's only needed at the very TOP of the first player to be entered. It should be REMOVED from any others, as it messes up the formatting. NO, IT'S MORE COMPLICATED THAN THAT!

Name Biographical Technique Record
Event S D MD Wins
[[]]
(')

Nationality:

Birth:

handed
Class:


Grand Slam        
Davis Cup       teams  wins
World #1 player  
National #1 player  

Template for a recipe in a Subpage

{{recipe  NO TEXT HERE -- REMOVE THIS TEXT AND LEAVE THIS LINE BLANK!
|align=   center
|name=    put name here
|howmany= 6-8
|what=    servings
|notes=   Start writing notes here 

|ingredients=*list ingredients, with a star in front of each

|preparation=#list the steps, with a Number Sign in front of each

|categories= Add categories, such as [[French cuisine]], [[Sauces]]
|related= Add related articles, such as Bearnaise for Hollandaise
}}

Friggin' line break thingee

Why can't you remember this, you stupid idiot!?

<br/> or <br/><br/>

Neutrality policy

  • "We should (in most if not all cases) present various competing views in proportion to their representation among experts on the subject, or among the concerned parties."
  • "Expert knowledge and opinion receives top billing and the most extensive exposition."
  • "The task is to represent the majority (scientific) view as the majority view and the minority (sometimes pseudoscientific) view as the minority view."

Ormus definition

Name used for a purported state of transition metals that has never been scientifically verified and for which healing and other powers are claimed by pseudoscientific supporters.

So...now we know...where time and space does not exist...the Hayford Zone --Howard C. Berkowitz 18:50, 12 May 2010 (UTC)
Do NOT turn the dial on your television! Hayford Peirce 18:52, 12 May 2010 (UTC)

Mystery writers to start stubs about

  • Allbeury, Ted -- stub, add biblio.
  • Ambler, Eric
  • Atlee, Philip
  • Bagley, Desmond
  • Cory, Desmond
  • Davidson, Lionel -- stub, add biblio.
  • Freemantle, Brian
  • Gardner, John
  • Grady, James
  • Hall, Adam
  • Hone, Joseph
  • Household, Geoffrey
  • Hoyt, Richard
  • Hunter, Jack D.
  • Lathen, Emma
  • Lyall, Gavin
  • McCarry, Charles
  • Rawson, Clayton -- expand
  • Thomas, Ross
  • Williams, Alan

Simon Raven, start a stub

The Alms for Oblivion series

2. "Alms for Oblivion" Novel Sequence

The 10 novels cover the period 1945 to 1973 and centre on a group of upper and upper middle class characters, forming a novel sequence, if a somewhat loosely structured one. The early novels are robust satires of the English upper set of the mid 1950s, but the later tend to a more detached and philosophical tone, becoming concerned with the occult and supernatural, and including strange happenings.

The titles in Alms for Oblivion are:

Title Internal chronology Publisher Year
Fielding Gray First, set in 1945 Anthony Blond 1967
Sound The Retreat Second, set in 1945-46 Anthony Blond 1971
The Sabre Squadron Third, set in 1952 Anthony Blond 1966
The Rich Pay Late Fourth, set in 1955-56 Anthony Blond 1964
Friends In Low Places Fifth, set in 1959 Anthony Blond 1965
The Judas Boy Sixth, set in 1962 Anthony Blond 1968
Places Where They Sing Seventh, set in 1967 Anthony Blond 1970
Come Like Shadows Eighth, set in 1970 Blond & Briggs 1972
Bring Forth The Body Ninth, set in 1972 Blond & Briggs 1974
The Survivors Tenth, set in 1973 Blond & Briggs 1976

Maybe, if I stay alive long enough (and Citizendium does too) and finish all 26 of the Condon books, I can do these one after the other?