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Science Fiction Pulps

Art of Imagination by Frank Robinson, Robert Weinberg, and Randy Broecker

20th Century Visions of Science Fiction, Horror, and Fantasy. Since the beginning of his existence, man has used imagination to create magical worlds that would transport him beyond the borders of reality. Art of Imagination is a trilogy consisting of the award winning ... read more

 

The Rediscovery of Man: The Complete Short Science Fiction by Cordwainer Smith
This is the second book in the "NESFA's Choice" series. It brings back into print all of the short science fiction of Cordwainer Smith, and includes two never before published stories.

The Rediscovery of Man includes all of Smith's short science fiction, including: ... read more

 

Children of the Lens by E. E. (Doc) Smith
"Heroes and strong women. Wise, kind aliens and evil conspiracies. Honour, glory--even naked babes. All packed together in one rollicking rollercoaster ride. I've been reading and re-reading CHILDREN OF THE LENS for decades. This book has everything!" -- Nicola Griffith

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Martians & Misplaced Clues: Fredric Brown by Jack Seabrook

The Life & Work of Fredric Brown

In Martians and Misplaced Clues, the first full-length book devoted to the work and life of Fredric Brown, Jack Seabrook discusses The Fabulous Clipjoint in depth, as well as Martians, Go Home, The Screaming Mi ... read more

 

That Worlds May Live by Nelson Bond

While on a routine photography mission in space, Gary Lane made a terrifying discovery. The universe isn't expanding, the way generations have been led to believe -- Earth's solar system is contracting, creating the illusion of expansion. And as the solar system contracts, its ... read more

 

The Empire in the Air by George Allan England

1914: Alien Marauders Invade the Earth

"George Allan England's masterpiece stands as one of the great prototypes of modern science-fiction." -- Mike Ashley

Strange flying globes -- unfathomable aliens from the Fourth Dimension -- appear suddenly over major ... read more

 

The Moon Pool by A. Merritt

The first scholarly edition of a classic science fiction novel.

One of the most gripping fantasies ever written, The Moon Pool embodies all the romanticism and poetic nostalgia characteristic of A. Merritt's writings. Set on the island of Ponape, full of ruins ... read more

 

The Skylark of Space by E. E. (Doc) Smith
"Students of early science fiction will welcome the University of Nebraska Press's series Bison Frontiers of Imagination."—Times Literary Supplement.

Brilliant government scientist Richard Seaton discovers a remarkable faster-than-light fuel that will power his interstell ... read more

 

The War Against The Rull by A.E. van Vogt
When A. E. van Vogt wove several of his classic stories of The Rull into a novel, he created a work of enduring popularity in the science fiction field. Now back in print for the first time in the 1990s, this Tor edition includes "The First Rull," a story that postdates the novel ... read more

 

Planet Stories: Winter 1939: First Issue

STRANGE ADVENUTERS ON OTHER WORLDS -- THE UNIVERSE OF FUTURE CENTURIES

Featuring THE GOLDEN AMAZONS OF VENUS by John Murray Reynolds. Norton, the Earthman, helps the fair warriors repel the invasion of the scaly ones.

Plus, WARLORDS OF THE MOON by Lin Davie ... read more