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Resurrected Science Fiction Authors

During an era when women rarely appeared in science fiction magazines, Evelyn E. Smith appeared regularly in the pages of Galaxy and Fantastic Universe. Wry, humorous, and occasionally sardonic, she brought a feminine touch to what was predominantly a male world. Her aliens were a little different, and her humans were, well, just a little alien. Resurrected Press is proud to return these stories to print in Evelyn E. Smith Resurrected. Stories included are: “Collector’s Item”, “The Vilbar Party”, “Helpfully Yours”, “The Doorway”, “The Venus Trap”, “Once a Greech”, “The Most Sentimental Man”, “The Blue Tower”, and “My Fair Planet”.

James H. Schmitz and “Space Opera” were almost synonymous. He was best known for his tales of interstellar secret agents and, galactic criminals, and particularly for heroines like Telzey Amberdon and Trigger Argee. This collection of stories, while not lacking in cosmic adventures also shows that he was capable of showing other facets in his work. Find adventure, humor and fear in… Schmitz Resurrected! Stories include: An Incident on Route 12, Watch the Sky, The Other Likeness, The Star Hyacinths, Oneness, The Winds of Time, Ham Sandwich, Gone Fishing

H. B. Fyfe wrote in that golden age of science fiction before reality had intruded to spoil imagination. His stories dealt mostly with the interaction of humans and aliens on far off worlds in ways that were as creative as they were imaginative. Most of his works have long been out of print and hard to find, but Resurrected Press , with this volume gives you these stories included in the Fyfe Resurrected Anthology: “In Value Deceived”, “The Envoy, Her”, “This World Must Die”, “Ransom”, “Manners of the Age”, Let There Be Light”, “Exile”, “Irresistible Weapon”, “Fee of the Frontier”, “A Transmutation of Muddles”, “The Wedge”, “Satellite System”, “The Outbreak of Peace”, “Flamedown”, and “The Talkative Tree”.

Best known for the novels that led to the movies “Total Recall,” “Blade Runner,” and “A Scanner Darkly,” Philip K. Dick started his career writing shorter fiction. This collection brings together some of these stories, many of which have not been available since their original publication in the early 1950’s, to provide insights into one of the most important science fiction authors of the late 20th century. Take the opportunity to read these works of his formative years. Included in this anthology: Beyond Lies The Wub, The Gun, The Skull, Piper In The Woods, Mr. Spaceship, The Defenders, Second Variety, The Variable Man, The Eyes Have It, Beyond The Door, and The Crystal Crypt.