Robert P. Mills
Mills was the managing editor of Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine beginning in 1948 and The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction from its inception in 1949; he took over as editor upon the resignation of Anthony Boucher in 1958; while EQMM was sold by publishers Mercury Press in 1958 to B. G. Davis, Mills briefly remained on staff there during the transition and continued to edit Mercury Mystery Book-Magazine till its folding. From 1957-1958, he also served as editor of Venture Science Fiction Magazine. Under Mills, F&SF won three Hugo Awards for best magazine (in 1959, 1960 and 1963). He also edited several "Best of" volumes based on the contents of F&SF among other anthologies. He was succeeded as editor by Avram Davidson in 1962.
- Zeldes, Leah A. "Remembering Robert P. Mills: Science Fiction's Forgotten Agent". The Way the Future Blogs. Frederik Pohl. Retrieved April 20, 2009.
- Robert Park Mills, 1920-1986 / Papers, ca. 1961-1983 / Preliminary Inventory at the University of Texas
- Robert P. Mills at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database