Eric C. Williams

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Eric C. Williams
BornJuly 22, 1918
London, UK
Died2010[1]
OccupationAuthor
NationalityUnited Kingdom
GenreScience fiction

Eric Cyril Williams (1918–2010) was a British science fiction author active in the 1960s and 1970s, and then again in the last decade of his life. Williams was active in science fiction fandom in the 1930s, contributing the fanzines such as The Satellite.[1] He worked as a bookseller prior to becoming an author.[2]

Bibliography[edit]

Science fiction[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Monkman Comes Down (1968)
  • The Time Injection (1968)
  • To End All Telescopes (1969)
  • The Call of Utopia (1971)
  • Flash (1972)
  • Project: Renaissance (1973)
  • The Drop In (1977)
  • Largesse from Triangulum (1979)
  • Time for Mercy (1979)
  • Homo Telekins (1981)

Short stories[edit]

  • "Mr. Hazel's Miracle Carpet" (Dec 1937, Amateur Science Stories)
  • "The Venus Vein" (Dec 1937, Amateur Science Stories)
  • "My First Space-Ship" (March 1938, Amateur Science Stories)
  • "The Desolator" (1965)
  • "The Garden of Paris" (1965)
  • "Sunout" (1965)
  • "The Real Thing (1966)
  • "Number 7 (1969)
  • "Something” (1999)
  • "Dark City in Glass City" (2000)
  • "The Egyptian Message" (2000)
  • "Amenemhet's Gift" (2001)
  • "The Martians" (2002)
  • "Brides for Mars" (2002)
  • "The Visitor" (2003)
  • "Arboreal Interlude" (2003)
  • "The Paper Killer" (2003)

Anthology appearances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Langford, David (Jan–Feb 2011). "Curiosities: To End All Telescopes, by Eric C. Williams". F&SF. Hoboken, NJ: Spilogale. p. 258.
  2. ^ Clute, John; Peter Nicholls (1993). The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. New York, NY: St. Martin's Press. p. 1327. ISBN 0-312-09618-6.

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