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John W. Campbell

a.k.a. John Wood Campbell, Don A. Stuart *

Author Code: AJWC

Born: Jun. 8, 1910 - Newark, New Jersey, USA

Died: Jul. 11, 1971 - Mountainside, New Jersey, USA

Educated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Duke University, where he received his BA in physics in 1932,Campbell was enamored with the science fiction genre and began writing SF when he was 18. His first published story,When the Atoms Failed, appeared in Amazing Stories in 1930. During the 1930's, Campbell was a prolific author writing both under his own name and his pseudonym of Don A. Stuart. In 1938, Campbell was appointed editor of Astounding Stories magazine, and over the ensuing years he was responsible for identifying much of the talent that appeared in that magazine and elsewhere; writers like Lester Del Rey, A. E. Van Vogt, Issac Asimov and Robert Heinlein to name just a few. Campbell was perhaps the most influential editor in the world of science fiction. In his later years, he became more eccentric and many of his friends and authors abandoned him. He was inducted into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame in 1996. Campbell's most well-known work is undoubtedly Who Goes There? which was filmed as The Thing in 1952. His other works include The Last Evolution (1932), Might (1934), The Brain Stealers of Mars (1936), The Tenth World (1937), The Incredible Planet (1949), The Moon is Hell (1951), Invaders From the Infinite (1961) and The Ultimate Weapon (1966).

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AJWC001 The Black Star Passes 1930 119 641k eBook Download PDF - 'The Black Star Passes' (AJWC001) Find a printed copy of The Black Star Passes by John W. Campbell at AbeBooks
AJWC003 Invaders From the Infinite 1932 113 506k eBook Download PDF - 'Invaders From the Infinite' (AJWC003) Find a printed copy of Invaders From the Infinite by John W. Campbell at AbeBooks
AJWC004 Islands of Space 1956 118 508k eBook Download PDF - 'Islands of Space' (AJWC004) Find a printed copy of Islands of Space by John W. Campbell at AbeBooks
AJWC002 The Ultimate Weapon 1936 59 316k eBook Download PDF - 'The Ultimate Weapon' (AJWC002) Find a printed copy of The Ultimate Weapon by John W. Campbell at AbeBooks

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