Arthur Bertram Chandler (1912–1984) was born in Aldershot, England, and in 1956 emigrated to Australia where he commanded merchant vessels for Australia and New Zealand until his retirement in 1974. A prolific writer of science-fiction novels and short fiction, he received four Australian SF Achievement Award “Ditmars” for his novels, nearly all of which were published in the United States.
Before Gene Roddenberry and George Lucas, the science fiction writers of the 1950s and 1960s were writing some of the hippest genre literature of the era. Here are three imaginative novellas from some of these pioneers of pulp science fiction.
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