Gateway Essentials: Edmond Hamilton
Forty years ago, today, Edmond Moore Hamilton died, in Lancaster, California. Although his first published sale, ‘The Monster-God of Mamurth’ in the August 1926 issue of Weird Tales, was very firmly in the pulp tradition of Abraham Merritt and H. P. Lovecraft, Hamilton would go on to become one of the formative voices in American […]Read More
Five of the Best . . . Moon novels!
Look no further: today on the Gateway blog we have five of the best moon-based novels you could ever hope to read . . . A Fall of Moondust by Arthur C. Clarke Time is running out for the passengers and crew of the tourist cruiser Selene, incarcerated in a sea of choking lunar […]Read More
SF Gateway Omnibus of the Week: Edmond Hamilton
From The SF Gateway, the most comprehensive digital library of classic SFF titles ever assembled, comes an ideal sample introduction to the space operatic adventures of Edmond Hamilton, one of the pulp masters of early science fiction. trade paperback | eBook Hamilton was one of space opera‘s early influencers, alongside E. E. ‘Doc’ Smith and […]Read More