Science concepts in fiction Larry Niven
Lawrence Van Cott Niven was born on April 30, 1938, and now lives and lives in Los Angeles. One of the most titled American science fiction writers, winner of the…

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Hard science fiction on fundamental topics from Clifford Simack
Clifford Simak is an American science fiction writer, one of the writers of the Golden Age, along with Asimov and Heinlein. Having started writing in the 30s, he released about…

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Iar Elterrus
Iar Elterrus speaks of his work as a social experiment, an attempt to still find good in the world around him, preoccupied with profit and personal gain. Since childhood, the…

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Sci-fi magazine editor and writer Frederick Paul

Frederick George Paul Jr. (born November 26, 1919 – died September 2, 2013) is best known as a science fiction editor, with the help of which many popular authors and works received a “green light”.
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Frederick Paul made a significant contribution to the formation and development of science fiction, along with other eminent authors, but not as an independent author, but as an editor and organizer. Standing at the origins of popular writers’ communities, such as the Hydra Club, and editing the first science fiction magazines, Paul indirectly had a hand in the careers of many dozens of famous writers. Over a seventy-year career, Paul has released relatively few truly successful works, from a commercial point of view.

Early works were published under various pseudonyms, when his main activity was editing.

He was the founder of the “Hydra Club” – the first large community of science fiction writers, which included such famous authors as Asimov.
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The distinctive literary style and unusual ideas of science fiction pioneer Henry Kuttner

A writer who has not received due recognition from readers is not uncommon in literature. Henry Kuttner was one of them. Having received great acclaim from his colleagues and followers, Kuttner did not gain widespread fame among the fans.
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Being one of the very first science fiction writers, Kuttner can hardly be called a pioneer who laid the foundations for future writers – no, Henry wrote on topics that were usual for that time. He was distinguished by a special literary style, a sense of humor, unusual ideas and the way he beat the stamps that were developing in those days. His literary career lasted a little less than a quarter of a century, during which he managed to try himself in a variety of genres.
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Kuttner wrote using more than a dozen pseudonyms, making it impossible to establish the exact number of works he wrote.
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Inventor of modern science fiction Alfred Bester

Alfred Bester, an American science fiction writer who managed to try himself in dozens of different projects on television, radio, in magazines and comics. In the early 50s, Bester published his main novels, which brought him wide fame and recognition among science fiction lovers.
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Alfred Bester was born December 18, 1913, died September 30, 1987 – an American science fiction writer, scriptwriter for television and radio shows, magazine editor and comic book writer. But, despite the wide front of his activity, he was best known precisely as a science fiction writer who received the very first ever Hugo Prize in 1953 for the novel “A Man Without a Face”.

The great Harry Harrison wrote: “Alfred Bester was one of the few writers who invented modern science fiction.”
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PHILIP DICK
Philip Dick, whose trilogies are full of aphorisms and quotes, is called the destroyer of reality in the reading world. The writer composed his stories and novels in a special…

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Sci-fi magazine editor and writer Frederick Paul
Frederick George Paul Jr. (born November 26, 1919 - died September 2, 2013) is best known as a science fiction editor, with the help of which many popular authors and…

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PHILIP DICK
Philip Dick, whose trilogies are full of aphorisms and quotes, is called the destroyer of reality in the reading world. The writer composed his stories and novels in a special…

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Frederick Brown's Humor and Unpredictability
An American science fiction writer, a short story master, distinguished by a non-standard sense of humor, who wrote in a variety of genres and on a variety of topics. Briefly…

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