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Edmond Hamilton

Also known as: Robert Castle, Hugh Davidson, Robert Wentworth, Brett Sterling Member of Garth, Will.

Edmond Hamilton was born October 21, 1904 in Youngstown, Ohio and died February 1, 1977. Both Contemporary Authors and St. James Guide to Science Fiction Writers have entries.

http://www.gwillick.com/Spacelight/hamilton.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmond_Hamilton

PEN NAMES: Alexander Blade (6), Robert Castle (2), Hugh Davidson (4), and Robert Wentworth (1). Will Garth (1), S. M. Tenneshaw (1), and Brett Sterling (4) were also used but are house names, shared by other writers.

  • "A Yank at Valhalla" 1940 originally in Startling Stories January 1941. Greg Weeks has a copy. Startling stories Jan. 1941 renewed R443947.
  • The Three Planeteers (1940) First published in Startling Stories January 1940.
  • Beyond the Moon (1950)
  • Battle For The Stars (1961)
  • City at World's End (1951) First published in Startling Stories, July 1950. Startling Stories July 1950 R680533.
  • The Comet Drivers (1930)
  • Conquest of Two Worlds (1932)
  • The Cosmic Cloud (1930)
  • The Haunted Stars (1960)
  • The Horror on the Asteroid (1936)
  • "The Lake of Life" Weird Tales September, October, November 1937.
  • The Monsters of Juntonheim (1950)
  • Murder in the Clinic (1945)
  • The Star of Life (1959)
  • The Star Kings R651857 (1949)
  • The Star Stealers (1929)
  • The Sun People (1930)
  • The Sun Smasher (1959)
  • Tharkol, Lord of the Unknown (1950)
  • Tiger Girl (1945)
  • The Time Raider (1927)
  • Within the Nebula (1929)
  • "The Avenger From Atlantis" July 1935 WEIRD TALES
  • "The Stars, My Brothers" Amazing May 1962. At PG.
  • "The Man Who Saw the Future" Amazing October 1930 reprinted in Amazing February 1961. At PG.
  • "Wacky World" Amazing March 1942 reprinted in Amazing April 1956. RE0000221960 renews 1956 reprint.
  • "The Sargasso of Space" ASF September 1931. At PG.
  • "Corridor of the Suns" Imagination April 1958. RE0000314618 on B00000692023.
  • "The Legion of Lazarus" Imagination April 1956. At PG.
  • "The Door into Infinity" Weird Tales August-September 1936. At PG.
  • "World of a Thousand Moons" Amazing December 1942. At PG.
  • "Pigmy Island" Weird tales August 1930. R214292.
  • "Citadel of the Star Lords" Imagination October 1956. At PG.
  • "Last Call for Doomsday!" Imagination December 1956 as by S.M. Tenneshaw. At PG.
  • "The Sinister Invasion" Imagination June 1957 as by Alexander Blade. At PG.
  • "The Cosmic Looters" Imagination February 1958 as by Alexander Blade. At PG.
  • "Crashing Suns" Weird Tales August, September 1928. At PG.
  • "The Knowledge Machine" Thrilling Wonder Stories June 1948. PG cleared.
  • "Forgotten World" Thrilling Wonder Stories Winter 1946. PG cleared.
  • "Come Home from Earth" Thrilling Wonder Stories February 1947. PG cleared.
  • "Proxy Planeteers" Startling Stories July 1947. PG cleared.
  • "The Time-Raider" Weird Tales October, November, December 1927, January 1928. At PG.
  • "Transuranic" Thrilling Wonder Stories February 1948. PG cleared.