Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Harl Vincent bibliography, 1928 - 1930

As part of my effort to single-handedly revive interest in pioneering science fiction writer Harl Vincent, I'll be posting a bibliography of all of Vincent's published works, as culled from the Internet Speculative Fiction Database and other online sources. Today I'll be listing his works from 1928 to 1930 based on order of original publication.


"The Golden Girl of Munan"
Amazing Stories, June 1928
Rainbow Fantasia: 35 Spectrumatic Tales of Wonder, ed. Forrest J. Ackerman; Sense of Wonder Press, August 2001
Johnny Pez blog, September 2009

"The Ambassador from Mars"
Amazing Stories, September 1928


"The War of the Planets" (sequel to "The Golden Girl of Munan")
Amazing Stories, January 1929
Johnny Pez blog, October 2009

"The Seventh Generation"
Amazing Stories Quarterly, Winter 1929

"Venus Liberated"
Amazing Stories Quarterly, Summer 1929

"The Menace from Below"
Science Wonder Stories, July 1929

"Barton's Island"
Amazing Stories, August 1929
Amazing Stories Quarterly, Fall 1934

"The Yellow Air-Peril"
Air Wonder Stories, September 1929

"Through the Air Tunnel"
Air Wonder Stories, October 1929

"Microcosmic Buccaneers"
Amazing Stories, November 1929
Johnny Pez blog, May 2009

"The Colloidal Menace"
Amazing Stories, December 1929


"The Explorers of Callisto"
Amazing Stories, February 1930

"Old Crompton's Secret"
Astounding Stories of Super-Science, February 1930
Project Gutenberg, April 26, 2009

"Callisto at War" (a sequel to "The Explorers of Callisto")
Amazing Stories, March 1930

"Before the Asteroids"
Science Wonder Stories, March 1930

"The Return to Subterrania" (a sequel to "The Menace from Below")
Science Wonder Stories, April 1930

"The Terror of Air-Level Six"
Astounding Stories of Super-Science, July 1930
Project Gutenberg, June 21, 2009

"Silver Dome"
Astounding Stories of Super-Science, August 1930
Project, Gutenberg, August 23, 2009

"Free Energy"
Amazing Stories, September 1930

"Vagabonds of Space"
Astounding Stories of Super-Science, November 1930
Project Gutenberg, September 6, 2009

"Gray Denim"
Astounding Stories of Super-Science, December 1930
Project Gutenberg, December 17, 2009

For those of you counting along, that's 21 stories published in three years, from someone who wrote as a hobby while working a full time job as a mechanical engineer. I told you this guy was prolific.

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