By Edward Wellen
The Golden Age of technology Fiction Megapacks are designed to introduce readers to vintage technological know-how fiction writers who may rather be forgotten.
Edward Paul Wellen (1919-2011) wrote essentially brief tales all through his lengthy occupation, basically in either the secret box, but additionally (especially early in his occupation) in technological know-how fiction magazines. this can be the second one number of his technology fiction tales we now have released, and it's one other strong one.
About the Megapacks
Over the previous couple of years, our “Megapack” sequence of publication anthologies has proved to be certainly one of our most well liked endeavors. (Maybe it is helping that we occasionally provide them as rates to our mailing list!) One query we hold getting requested is, “Who’s the editor?”
The Megapacks (except the place in particular credited) are a gaggle attempt. every person at Wildside works on them. This contains John Betancourt, Mary Wickizer Burgess, Sam Cooper, Carla Coupe, Steve Coupe, Bonner Menking, Colin Azariah-Kribbs, Robert Reginald. A. E. Warren, and plenty of of Wildside’s authors… who frequently recommend tales to incorporate (and not only their own!)
• “Origins of Galactic Law” used to be initially released in Galaxy technological know-how Fiction, April 1953.
• “The titanic Cheese” used to be initially released in Imagination, may possibly 1953.
• “Root of Evil” was once initially released in Science Stories, December 1953.
• “The Voices” used to be initially released in Universe, March 1954.
• “The global within the Juke Box” used to be initially released in Infinity, August 1956.
• “The Superstition Seeders” was once initially released in Infinity, December 1956.
• “The Engrammar Age” was once initially released in Infinity, February 1957.
• “Utter Silence” used to be initially released in Infinity, February 1957.
• “Army with no Banners” used to be released in Galaxy, April 1957.
• “Sweet Dreams” used to be initially released in Infinity, July 1957.
• “Dr. Vickers’ Car” used to be initially released in Infinity, October 1957.
• “Note for a Time Capsule” used to be initially released in Infinity, March 1958.
• “Old Hat” was once initially released in Amazing Stories, may possibly 1958.
• “IOU” used to be initially released in If, March 1961.
• “Deadly Game” used to be initially released in If, may perhaps 1962.
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