Robert Moore Williams

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Robert Moore Williams (1907–1977) was an American writer, primarily of science fiction. Pseudonyms included John S Browning, H. H. Hermon, Russell Storm and E. K. Jarvis (a house name).

Williams was born in Farmington, Missouri. He graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in 1931.[1] His first published story was "Zero as a Limit", which appeared in Astounding Science Fiction in 1937, under the pseudonym of "Robert Moore". He was a prolific author throughout his career, his last novel appearing in 1972. His "Jongor" series was originally published in Fantastic Adventures in the 1940s and 1950s, and appeared in book form in 1970. By the 1960s he had published over 150 stories.

Partial bibliography[edit]

Williams's novelette "The Man Who Ruled The World" was cover-featured on the June 1938 issue of Amazing Stories
Williams's first "Jongor" story took the cover for the October 1940 issue of Fantastic Adventures, illustrated by J. Allen St. John
  • Missing: Millions in Radium (Amazing Stories Dec 1939) (1939)
  • The Chaos Fighters (1955)
  • Doomsday Eve (1955) bound dos-à-dos with Eric Frank Russell's Three to Conquer
  • Conquest of the Space Sea (1955) bound dos-à-dos with Leigh Brackett's The Galactic Breed
  • The Blue Atom and The Void Beyond (both 1955) bound together dos-à-dos
  • The Day They H-Bombed Los Angeles (1961)
  • The Darkness Before Tomorrow (1962)
  • The Star Wasps (1963) bound dos-à-dos with Terry Carr's Warlord of Kor
  • The Second Atlantis (1965)
  • The Bell From Infinity (1968)
  • When Two Worlds Meet (1970)
  • Seven Tickets to Hell (1972)

Jongor series[edit]

  • Jongor of Lost Land (1970)
  • The Return of Jongor (1970)
  • Jongor Fights Back (1970)

Zanthar series[edit]

  • Zanthar of the Many Worlds (1967)
  • Zanthar at Moon's Madness (1968)
  • Zanthar at the Edge of Never (1968)
  • Zanthar at Trip's End (1969)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Meet the Authors", Amazing Stories, June 1938, p.6

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