Travelers of Space

Travelers of Space Martin Greenberg has assembled here stories about space travel and space travelers Dating from the stories are by Keith Bennett Christopher Youd F A Kummer Jr Harry Walton Ray Bradbury Lyl

  • Title: Travelers of Space
  • Author: MartinGreenberg
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Martin Greenberg has assembled here stories about space travel and space travelers Dating from 1938 1949, the stories are by Keith Bennett Christopher Youd F A Kummer, Jr Harry Walton Ray Bradbury Lyle Monroe Hal Clement William Tenn P Schuyler Miller Fredric Brown Robertson Osborne A E van Vogt Poul Anderson and H B Fyfe There is a section of full cMartin Greenberg has assembled here stories about space travel and space travelers Dating from 1938 1949, the stories are by Keith Bennett Christopher Youd F A Kummer, Jr Harry Walton Ray Bradbury Lyle Monroe Hal Clement William Tenn P Schuyler Miller Fredric Brown Robertson Osborne A E van Vogt Poul Anderson and H B Fyfe There is a section of full color illustrations of alien life forms by Edd Cartier with an accompanying story by David Kyle Rocket scientist Willy Ley wrote the introduction and Samuel Anthony Peebles the preface to the included Science Fiction Dictionary, 13 pages of definitions of terms not well known at the time.

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    Not to be confused with Martin H Greenberg , also a SF anthologist This Martin Greenberg was publishing in the 1950s.

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    • These stories are from the late 30s to the late 40s, a wonderful time for science fiction (SF). Half of the stories are by favorite authors, the others by writers unknown to me. They were all enjoyable.The full-color "zoo" of extra-terrestrials was silly but entertaining. The dictionary might be useful for SF newbs, but most of the terms will be familiar to today's readers (although some have vanished in 60 years, such as "spaceophone).If you like classical SF, you will enjoy this assemblage of [...]

    • Some of the stories were fascinating and thought-provoking—the Ray Bradbury story was the best, of course—but many of them were terrible and there were quite a few typos.Loved the Interstellar Zoo illustrations, and I wish there had been some for the other stories.

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