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J.G. "Huck" Huckenpohler

J. G. Huckenpöhler first discovered Edgar Rice Burroughs via the Sunday “Tarzan” strip by Burne Hogarth in the Spokane, Wash. Spokesman-Review during World War II, and discovered the Tarzan books and other Burroughs books after the war.  He has been a member of the Burroughs Bibliophiles since 1964 and currently serves as Secretary of that fan organization. He was one of the founders of the National Capital Panthans, the D. C.-Maryland-Virginia regional chapter of the Burroughs Bibliophiles in 1996, and continues to be active in that organization.


He graduated from Georgetown University 1964 with a B. S. in international affairs, and subsequently earned a M. A. and Ph. D. in history from George Washington University.  He retired in 1996 after serving for 32 years as a Science Resources Analyst at the National Science Foundation.


He is the editor of The Edgar Rice Burroughs Collector’s Pocket Checklist and has contributed lists of Edgar Rice Burroughs pastiches, published nonfiction articles, Sunday and daily “Tarzan” strips, and unpublished works to various websites, as well as authoring pastiches such as “Archimedes Q. Porter Tells All” and “Biker Babes of Mars”.

My Speakers Sessions

Friday, May 25

4:00pm EDT