An American author of fantasy, science fiction, and horror, he’s most widely known for works like the Wanderer (1964), Gonna Roll the Bones (1967), and Dispatch of Shadows (1969). He was also an acting professional, playwright, and professional chess player. Created in Illinois, he researched philosophy in the College or university of Chicago. He later on worked like a university drama instructor and an encyclopedia writer. He made looks in several movies. He was the boy of Fritz Leiber, Sr. and Virginia Bronson Leiber, both prominent Shakespearean stars. He wedded Jonquil Stephens in 1936. His composing influenced the task of Terry Pratchett.