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Eric Frank Russell • 97 Items / 12 Books, 85 Articles
Deep Space (1954)
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    Galaxy's Five Star Shelf (4 Reviews)
    A Voyage to Arcturus, by David Lindsay
    1. A Voyage to Arcturus by David Lindsay
    2. Deep Space by Eric Frank Russell
    3. The Stars Are Ours by Andre Norton
    4. No Time Like the Future by Nelson Slade Bond
    Galaxy Science Fiction, December 1954, pp. 107-111
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    The Reference Library (11 Reviews)
    The Good Old Days
    1. Tyrant of Time by Lloyd Arthur Eshbach
    2. Deep Space by Eric Frank Russell
    3. Lucky Starr and the Oceans of Venus by Paul French
    4. Northwest of Earth by C.L. Moore
    5. Assignment in Tomorrow by Frederik Pohl
    6. The Big Ball of Wax by Shepherd Mead
    7. Operation: Outer Space by Murray Leinster
    8. To Walk the Night by William Sloane
    9. Undersea Quest by Frederik Pohl and Jack Williamson
    10. Step to the Stars by Lester del Rey
    11. Conquest by Man by Paul Herrmann
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, August 1955, pp. 144-153
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    Science Fiction's Second Wind (12 Reviews)
    Children of the Lens, by Edward E. Smith
    1. Children of the Lens by Edward E. Smith
    2. Three Thousand Years by Thomas Calvert McClary
    3. The Forgotten Planet by Murray Leinster
    4. The Altered Ego by Jerry Sohl
    5. One in Three Hundred by J.T. McIntosh
    6. The Fabulous Journey of Hieronymus Meeker by Willy Johns
    7. The Science-Fiction Subtreasury by Wilson Tucker
    8. Deep Space by Eric Frank Russell
    9. The Explorers by C.M. Kornbluth
    10. The Second Galaxy Reader of Science Fiction by H.L. Gold
    11. Beyond the Barriers of Space and Time by Judith Merril
    12. Stories for Tomorrow by William Sloane
    The Saturday Review, November 27, 1954, p. 14