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Sterling Edmund Lanier (December 18, 1927 – June 28, 2007), was an editor, science fiction author and sculptor, perhaps best known as the book editor who single-handedly championed the publication of Frank Herbert's bestselling Dune. The most prominent of his own writings, which were written as Sterling Lanier and Sterling E. Lanier, are his stories of the crypto-adventurer Brigadier Donald Ffellowes (told in the 'club story' style of Lord Dunsany's Jorkens tales), and the post-apocalyptic novels Hiero's Journey (1975) and The Unforsaken Hiero (1983). His short story "A Father's Tale" (1974) was a World Fantasy Award nominee.