Bio: Jack Williamson was born April 29, 1908 in Arizona Territory and moved by covered wagon to New Mexico in 1915. His first story, "The Metal Man," appeared in the December 1928 issue of Amazing Stories. He supported himself by writing and teaching. During this time he continued his education, receiving his doctorate in 1966 with a thesis later published as H. G. Wells: Critic of Progress. He was a Professor at Eastern New Mexico University, where he still teaches a course in science fiction writing.

Williamson is one of the most prolific and honored science fiction authors of all time. In 1976, the Science Fiction Writers of America gave him the prestigious Grand Master of Science Fiction Award. During his writing career, which began in 1929, his work has won the Hugo, Nebula, Skyland, Bram Stoker, and World Fantasy Awards, among others.

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Hocus-Pocus Universe
Into the world of facts and figures, scientists and soldiers, came Eon Hunter. Eon the misfit, with his stubborn refusal to accept the world as it was; Eon the enigmatic, who always returned to involve himself in Guilborn's life. They loved the same girl, but were opposites in every other aspect. And Guilborn the scientist now has a theory that may prove to be the salvation of Earth. But Eon is convinced it will destroy it!
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The Doom From Planet 4
Dan McNally's tranquil night aboard his schooner in the tropic is suddenly torn asunder when he receives an SOS from a nearby island. Soon after a ray of green light darts out from the island and destroys his ship. After swimming ashore and fighting a mechanical monster he befriends a beautiful girl. After she unfolds her dramatic story, he realize that he has to destroy the mysterious base on the island or the whole planet Earth will be destroyed by the inhabitants of Mars, which is the Doom fr... more info>>
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The Green Girl
Love transcends. This doesn't hold truer than in this pulp classic by Jack Williamson. Melvin Dane has been seeing a vision of a green girl since he was a child. Images of her came over the ether. Is she just fantasy? Or a reality that managed to cross time and space? And now, with the Earth under threat of extinction, will Melvin ever meet that girl of his dreams? With an alien force trying to bring Earth back to the Ice Age, Melvin and his foster father, scientist Sam Walden, embarked on a h... more info>>
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Through the Purple Cloud
From the early days of Pulp Science Fiction comes this tale from an SF Grand Master. George Cleland, while returning home on a small passenger plane with three other passengers, flew into a purple cloud that suddenly appeared out of nowhere. Passing through the cloud they plummet into the black mountains under a blood red sky. The purple cloud is a gateway into the fourth dimension that takes them to a weird and inhospitable world. George and his new friend and love interest, Juanita, have to su... more info>>
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Wolves of Darkness
When Clovis McLaurin received an urgent letter from his father, Dr. Ford McLaurin, he rushed in the dead of winter to his father's ranch. Clovis arrives to find the local townspeople are being attacked and killed by a pack of wolves. As he journey's to his father's ranch, a scientist who has been doing revolutionary experiments, he is attacked by wolves. But wolves are not the only thing running with the pack. Stella Jetton, the daughter of his father assistant, is running with the wolves dresse... more info>>
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