George Henry Weiss

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George Henry Weiss
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Weiss as depicted in Wonder Stories c. 1930
Born 1898
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Died 1946 (aged 47–48)
Pen name Francis Flagg
Occupation poet, short story writer, novelist
Nationality United States
Genre Science fiction

George Henry Weiss (1898–1946) was an American poet, writer and novelist. His science fiction stories and poetry appeared under the pseudonym "Francis Flagg" in the magazines Amazing Stories, Astounding, Tales of Wonder, Weird Tales and others. His novel The Night People was published by Fantasy Publishing Company, Inc. in 1947.


Short stories[edit]

  • The Machine Man of Ardathia, Amazing Stories, November 1927.
  • Earth's Lucky Day (with Forrest J. Ackerman), Wonder Stories, March 1936.
  • The Seeds of the Toc-Toc Birds
  • The Heads of Apex


  • The Night People (1947)


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