Alan Nelson was not a prolific writer, and as far as I know he wrote (or at least had published) only short stories. No novels. However, these stories are true gems. They originally appeared in some of the most prestigious venues for short fiction of the 1940s and 1950s.
Many of Nelson's fantasy tales first appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, where they were very popular,... [click here for more]
The Golden Age of Science Fiction MegaackTM series showcases great science fiction authors whose work might otherwise be forgotten.
This time we focus on Alan E. Nourse, medical doctor and science fiction author, who paid his way through med school with his writing. He may be most famous as the author whose title was "borrowed" for the movie Bladerunner...though the movie was based... [click here for more]
Kris Ottman Neville (1925—1980) was an American science fiction writer from California. At the top of his career, he virtually abandoned writing science fiction to pursue a career in chemistry, becoming a leading expert in epoxy resins. His writing remains some of the best of the era. Included in this volume are 9 classic stories:
HUNT THE HUNTER
FRESH AIR FIEND
SHE KNEW HE... [click here for more]
The E. Nesbit Megapack collects 26 novels and short storiesby Edith Nesbit (who wrote as E. Nesbit), including her most famous novels and series (The Bastable family stories, The Psammead series, etc.) Included are: THE RAILWAY CHILDREN THE MAGIC CITY FIVE CHILDREN AND IT THE PHOENIX AND THE CARPET THE STORY OF THE AMULET THE MARBLE CHILD THE ENCHANTED CASTLE THE STORY OF THE TREASURE SEEKERS THE... [click here for more]
Mysterious aliens ... ruthless terrorists ... androids with attitude ... genetic manipulation ... punch-ups with lasers ... giant spaceships ... what more could you want?
This great collection of 10 short stories by the author of Gridlinked, The Skinner, In the Line of Polity, and many more is a great read!
Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, ePub and Mobi (Kindle) versions... [click here for more]