Bio: Cartmill was a highly regarded sf/f writer of the 1940s, associated primarily with Astounding, Unknown Worlds, and Thrilling Wonder Stories

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Deadline & Other Controversial SF Classics
Why Did the FBI Want "Deadline" Censored? Author Cleve Cartmill, editor John W. Campbell, publisher's Street & Smith, Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, and L. Sprague de Camp were only some of those who came under government investigation after government officials learned of the contents of what was to become science fiction's most controversial brainchild? Why? You will discover the startling answers in Jean Marie Stine's amazing introduction to this first-ever collection of Golden Age author,... more info>>
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Hell Hath Fury [The Unknown Worlds of Cleve Cartmill #1]
Classic of Devil's Son Rebelling Against His Father! The legendary Unknown Worlds is considered the best and most literate of the fantasy pulps of the 1940s. The magazine's roster of authors included Ray Bradbury, Fritz Leiber, Jane Rice, Robert A. Heinlein, Alfred Bester, Theodore Sturgeon, L. Sprague de Camp, A. E. Van Vogt, Raymond Chandler, and other masters of the genre. Yet author Cleve Cartmill, almost forgotten today, was considered the leading light of Unknown's stable. In part, this is... more info>>
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Murchison & Co., Space Scavengers
Romance, Humor And Science Mix In This Space Adventure Classic! Jake Murchison and his crew love to tackle "impossible" problems in space and make incredible rescues. Sometimes the challenges they take on require them to improvise tools and bend the law a little to succeed. But even they can bend the laws of science -- which constantly work against them! Cleve Cartmill (1908-1964) was beloved by sf fans of the 1940s for his Jake Murchison-Captain Helen Wall series, which ran in the pages of the... more info>>
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