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Marc Scott Zicree Writing Styles in The Twilight Zone Companion

Marc Scott Zicree
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Style

Perspective

"The Twilight Zone Companion" is a non-fiction work written by Marc Scott Zicree. Zicree is a successful writer and editor. Among Zicree's short stories, books, screenplays and teleplays, of which there are many, Zicree also served as a contributing editor to "Twilight Zone Magazine." Zicree has also appeared on over a hundred television and radio shows. Zicree was nominated for an American Book Award for his work on this book.

Zicree holds a B.A. in graphic arts, sculpture and painting from UCLA, is an alumnus of the Clarion Writers Workshop, and possesses an M.F.A. from Lowell Darling's Fat City School of Finds Art.

The perspective used in "The Twilight Zone Companion" is obviously that of a fan. However, Zicree manages to remain objective and thorough in his work, presenting the life of Rod Serling and "The Twilight Zone" almost as one might find in an...

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