Wallace West (science fiction writer.May 22, 1900 – March 8, 1980) was an American
He was born in 1900.
He began publishing during 1927 with the story "Loup-Garou" in Weird Tales. The majority of West's work, which was published prior to the 1960s, was short fiction. His few novels, mostly published after World War II, were mostly re-workings of his pre-war short fiction.
He is credited with suggesting the plot to the Arch Oboler radio play Profits Unlimited (in Fourteen Radio Plays. Random House 1940).
- Alice in Wonderland (1934)
- Betty Boop in Snow-White (1934)
- Paramount Newsreel Men with Admiral Byrd in Little America (1934)
- The Bird of Time (1959)
- Lords of Atlantis (1960)
- The Memory Bank (1962)
- River of Time (1963)
- The Time-Lockers (1964)
- The Everlasting Exiles (1967)
- "The Last Filibuster" (1967)
- Clute, John; Peter Nicholls (1995). The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. New York: St. Martin's Griffin. p. 1317. ISBN 0-312-13486-X.
- Tuck, Donald H. (1978). The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Chicago: Advent. pp. 452–453. ISBN 0-911682-22-8.
- Works by Wallace West at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Wallace West at Internet Archive
- Works by Wallace West at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks)
- Wallace West at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
- Wallace West on IMDb
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