Charles R. Tanner

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Charles R. Tanner
Born February 17, 1896
Died January 1974
Occupation short story writer, poet
Nationality American
Genre horror, fantasy, science fiction

Charles R. Tanner (February 17, 1896 – 1974) was an American science fiction and fantasy author who wrote in the late 1930s and early 1940s. Tanner's first short story was "The Color of Space," published in Science Wonder Stories in 1930. Within a few years, he created his character Tumithak, who featured in three stories published during Tanner's lifetime ("Tumithak of the Corridors", "Tumithak in Shawm", and "Tumithak and the Towers of Fire") and a fourth, ""Tumithak and the Ancient Word," published posthumously in Black Gate.

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  • "The Color of Space"
  • "The Flight of the Mercury"
  • "Tumithak of the Corridors"
  • "Tumithak in Shawm"
  • "The Vanishing Diamonds"
  • "The Stillwell Degravitator"
  • "Out of the Jar"
  • "The Improbable"
  • "Tumithak of the Towers of Fire"
  • "The Luck of Enoch Higgins"
  • "Cham of the Hills"
  • "The Revolt of the Machine Men"
  • "Mutiny in the Void"
  • "Mr. Garfinkel and the Lepra-Cohen"
  • "Johnny Goodturn"
  • "Angus MacAuliffe and the Gowden Tooch"
  • "Tumithak and the Ancient Word"

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