OPUS#254 Men of the Morning Star

OPUS: #254
Title: Men of the Morning Star
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1958
Type: novella
“Who were these strange beings? And what was the secret of their shadow world in alien ocean depths? Did they mean death to Kerrick?”


  • Imaginative Tales, Vol. 5, no. 2, March 1958, (Mar 1958, ed. William L. Hamling, publ. Greenleaf Publishing Company, $0.35, 132pp, Digest, magazine) Cover: Lloyd Rognan
  • Men of the Morning Star / Planet for Plunder, (Apr 2011, ed. Sam Merwin, Jr., Hal Clement, Edmond Hamilton, publ. Armchair Fiction (Armchair Fiction Double Novel #13), 978-1-61287-018-2, $12.95, 216pp, tp, anth)

ebook: https://comicbookplus.com/?dlid=68612

OPUS#250 No Earthman I

OPUS: #250
Title: No Earthman I
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1957
Type: novelette
「異世界の荒涼たる風景を描ききって[いる]」-マイク・アシュリー著 ; 牧眞司訳『SF雑誌の歴史:黄金期そして革命』(東京創元社, 2015)p. 174.

“When the Wind People turned on the Earthmen, John Tepper ran. But he ran in hatred, not terror – for he looked on Tharinan as his planet now, and he would not be driven from it ….”


  • Venture Science Fiction Magazine, Vol. 1, no. 6, November 1957, (Nov 1957, ed. Robert P. Mills, publ. Fantasy House, Inc., $0.35, 132pp, Digest, magazine) Cover: Emsh
  • Venture Science Fiction [UK], June 1964, (Jun 1964, ed. Ronald R. Wickers, publ. Atlas Publishing and Distribution Co. Ltd, 2/6, 116pp, Digest, magazine)

OPUS#212 Never the Twain Shall Meet

OPUS: #212
Title: Never the Twain Shall Meet
Author: Brett Sterling (Edmond Hamilton)
Year: 1946
Type: short story
“John Farrel keeps his tryst with Ylleen, whose love means death”–TOC
“Out in space John Farrel keeps his tryst with Ylleen, gorgeous Martian girl whose love means — sudden death!”

  • Thrilling Wonder Stories [v29 #1, Fall 1946] (15¢, 116pp, pulp, cover by Earle Bergey), pp. 60-69. Illustrated by Marchioni.

ebook: https://archive.org/details/Thrilling_Wonder_Stories_v29n01_1946-Fall/page/n59/mode/2up?view=theater

OPUS#191 No-Man’s-Land of Time

OPUS: #191
Title: No-Man’s-Land of Time
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1943
Type: short story

“Ancient Assyrian warriors, a girl from olden Cyrene, a man from six hundred years in the future-all were here in this strange oasis in the Sahara, where Cronin and a Fighting French officer sought a dangerous enemy agent!”–TOC


  • Science Fiction Stories, Vol. 3, no. 4, April 1943, (Apr 1943, ed. Robert W. Lowndes, publ. Columbia Publications, Inc., $0.15, 116pp, pulp, magazine) Cover: Milton Luros; Illust: Lillis

OPUS#162 Night the World Ended, The

OPUS: #162
Title: The Night the World Ended
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1940
Type: short story
“Voss’ Cyclotron Can Settle Earth’s Fate – But Earth’s Doom Settles the Fate of His Cyclotron!”

  • Thrilling Wonder Stories, Vol. 17, no. 3, September 1940, (Sep 1940, ed. Mort Weisinger, publ. Better Publications, Inc., $0.15, 132pp, Pulp, magazine), pp. 82-86. Cover: E. K. Bergey; Illust: Marchioni

ebook: http://www.unz.org/Pub/ThrillingWonder-1940sep-00082