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The 47th Golden Age of Science Fiction

Chester S. Geier, Volume 5 · Chester S. Geier

by Chester S. Geier


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Chester S. Geier (1921-1990) was a U.S. author and editor whose first work, "A Length of Rope" appeared in Unknown in April 1941. Editor Ray Palmer recruited him to write for the Ziff-Davis group of pulp magazines, where he became a frequent contributor to Amazing Stories and Fantastic Adventures, and less frequently to mystery and western pulps. He published under his own name and several pseudonyms, including Guy Archette, Alexander Blade, P F Costello, Warren Kastel, S M Tenneshaw, Gerald Vance and Peter Worth. Included are:

Dynamite Planet

The Beacons Must Burn

The Fire Globe

Battle in Eternity

The Bottle

Needle Me Not

The Gods of Madness

Gods Under Glass

Outlaw in the Sky

The Floating Lords

The Astral Exile

Amazing New Discoveries of Ancient Egypt

Bewitched Apartment in Cincinnati

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