Raymond E. Banks

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Raymond E. Banks (November 29, 1918 — 3 August 1996) was an American writer of numerous science fiction novels and short stories. In addition to authorship under his full name, his writings were issued under shorter forms such as "Ray Banks", "Ray E. Banks", "R. E. Banks" as well as under the pen name "Fred Freair".

Bibliography[edit]

  • Never Trust an Intellectual (1953)
  • Ixtl Igo, Son! (1953)
  • The Happiness Effect (1953)[1]
  • This Side Up (1954) (as R. E. Banks)
  • The Work-Out Planet (1954) (as R. E. Banks)
  • Christmas Trombone (1954)
  • Ticket to the Stars (1954)
  • "The Littlest People" (1954)
  • Act of Passion (1954)
  • The Watchers (1954)
  • "This Side Up" (1954)
  • Life of a Salesman (1954) (as Fred Freair)
  • Men of the Ocean (1955) (as R. E. Banks)
  • The Earthlight Commandos (1955)
  • Disaster Committee (1955)
  • The Short Ones (1955)
  • The Ear-Friend (1955) (as R. E. Banks)
  • Genus: Little Monster (1955) (as R. E. Banks)
  • The Critic (1955)
  • The Instigators (1956) (as R. E. Banks)
  • "Double Dome" (1957)
  • Hunt and Strike (1957)
  • Payload (1957)
  • Natural Frequency (1959)
  • More Like Home (1959)
  • Rabbits to the Moon (1959)
  • The Twenty Friends of William Shaw (1960)
  • To Be Continued (1960)
  • Transstar (1960)
  • The Revenant (1960)
  • The Happiest Missile (1961)
  • Buttons (1964)
  • The Sea-Water Papers (1964)
  • Deliver the Man! (1966) (as Ray E. Banks)
  • The City That Loves You (1969) (as Ray Banks)
  • Walter Perkins Is Here! (1970)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dave Truesdale (6 September 2012). "The Happiness Effect by Raymond Banks" (review). Exploring Tomorrow—radio broadcast introduced by John W. Campbell. Tangent Online. Archived from the original on 2012-09-13. Retrieved 13 September 2012.