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Ward Hawkins
American writer

Ward Hawkins

Ward Hawkins
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Intro American writer
Was Writer Novelist
From United States of America
Field Literature
Gender male
Birth 29 December 1912, Vancouver
Death 22 December 1990, Philadelphia (aged 78 years)
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Ward Hawkins (1912–1990) is an author, who wrote from the 1940s through the 1980s. His later works seem to have been science fiction, but earlier he wrote serial stories for the Saturday Evening Post in the 1940s and 1950s. He often wrote with his brother John Hawkins, and the University of Oregon has a collection of their manuscripts. In the 1960s, the brothers were writing for television, notably as staff writers for Bonanza, and in the 1970s, John Hawkins was a producer and writer for Little House on the Prairie, while Ward was Story Editor and also contributed many teleplays for the program.


  • Floods of Fear, 1956 (Filmed in 1959)
  • A Girl, a Man, and a River by John Hawkins and Ward Hawkins, paperback 1957
  • Kings Will Be Tyrants, 1959, paperback 1960
  • The Damnation of John Doyle Lee, 1982
  • Sword of Fire, 1985
  • Red Flame Burning, 1985
  • Blaze of Wrath, 1986
  • Torch of Fear, 1987

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