Edwin Charles Tubb


Edwin Charles Tubb

Edwin Charles Tubb (born October 15, 1919) is a British author, primarily of science fiction. He has also written under about 20 pseudonyms, including Charles Grey, Volsted Gridban (with John Russell Fearn), Gill Hunt (with John Brunner and Dennis Hughes), Gregory Kern, King Lang (with George Hay and John W Jennison), Mike Lantry, Brian Shaw, Roy Sheldon (with H J Campbell) and Edward Thomson. He is best known for his Dumarest saga. He contributed to the "Space 1999" series.

Tubb also edited the last twenty issues of Authentic Science Fiction, from the May 1956 issue through to the last issue, October 1957.

Outside the field of science fiction, Tubb wrote a number of western and other genre novels for Badger Books. These books were published under a variety of pseudonyms, including the house name "Chuck Adams" which was used by several other authors besides Tubb.

Michael Moorcock wrote "His reputation for fast-moving and colourful SF writing is unmatched by anyone in Britain." Fact|date=August 2008

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Bibliography (incomplete)

The Dumarest Saga

# "The Winds of Gath" (1967)
# "Derai" (1968)
# "Toyman" (1969)
# "Kalin" (1969)
# "The Jester at Scar" (1970)
# "Lallia" (1971)
# "Technos" (1972)
# "Veruchia" (1973)
# "Mayenne" (1973)
# "Jondelle" (1973) (also available as Mayenne and Jondelle (1981))
# "Zenya" (1974)
# "Eloise" (1975)
# "Eye of the Zodiac" (1975)
# "Jack of Swords" (1976)
# "Spectrum of a Forgotten Sun" (1976)
# "Haven of Darkness" (1977)
# "Prison of Night" (1977)
# "Incident on Ath" (1978)
# "Quillian Sector" (1978)
# "Web of Sand" (1979)
# "Iduna's Universe" (1979)
# "The Terra Data" (1980)
# "World of Promise" (1980)
# "Nectar of Heaven" (1981)
# "The Terridae" (1981)
# "The Coming Event" (1982)
# "Earth is Heaven" (1982)
# "Melome" (1983)
# "Angado" (1984) [Melome and Angado published together in 1988]
# "Symbol of Terra" (1984)
# "The Temple of Truth" (1985) ("Symbol of Terra" and "Temple of Truth" were also published together in 1989)
# "The Return" (1997)

Writing as Gregory Kern

Gregory Kern is the pen name used by E.C. Tubb when he wrote the book series about Cap Kennedy. This series consists of:

# "Galaxy of the Lost" (1973)
# "Slave Ship from Sergan" (1973)
# "Monster of Metelaze" (1973)
# "Enemy within the Skull" (1974)
# "Jewel of Jarhen" (1974)
# "Seetee Alert!" (1974)
# "The Gholan Gate" (1974)
# "The Eater of Worlds" (1974)
# "Earth Enslaved" (1974)
# "Planet of Dread" (1974)
# "Spawn of Laban" (1974)
# "The Genetic Buccaneer" (1974)
# "A World Aflame" (1974)
# "The Ghosts of Epidoris" (1975)
# "Mimics of Dephene" (1975)
# "Beyond the Galactic Lens" (1975)
# "Galactiad" (1983)

Other science fiction works

*"Moon Base" (1964)
*"Ten From Tomorrow" (1966) short stories
*"S.T.A.R. Flight" (1969)
*"The Primitive" (1977)
*"", by E. C. Tubb, (ed. by Daryl F. Mallett). Brooklyn, NY: Gryphon Books, 1996.

Other genres

*"The Coyote Trail"(1954), as by Chet Lawson
*"Outlaw Breed" (1954), as by Chet Lawson
*"Trigger Law" (1954), as by Chet Lawson
*"The Coyote Trail" (1954) as by Chet Lawson
*"Desert of No Return" (1955) as by Jud Cary
*"Sands of Destiny" (1955) as by Jud Cary
*"Six Gun Judgement" (1955) as by Jud Cary
*"Men of the West" (1956), as by Chet Lawson (a.k.a. "Massacre Trail" by Chuck Adams)
*"Trail Blazers" (1956), as by Chuck Adams (a.k.a. "The Last Outlaw")
*"Men of the Long Rifles" (1956), as by J.F. Clarkson
*"Vengeance Trail" (1956), as by James S. Farrow
*"Comanche Capture" (1956), as by E. F. Jackson
*"Drums of the Prairie" (1956), as by P. Lawrence (a.k.a. "The Red Lance" by L.P. Eastern)
*"Scourge of the South" (1956), as by M.L. Powers (a.k.a. "The Marauders")
*"Quest for Quantrell" (1956), as by John Stevens (a.k.a. "Night Raiders")
*"The Fighting Fury" (1956), as by Paul Schofield
*"Colt Vengeance" (1957), as by James R. Fenner
*"Wagon Trail" (1957), as by Charles S. Graham
*"Combat Command" (1965), as by James C. Stanton

External links

*
* [http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Cavern/5792/tubb2.html The E. C. Tubb Homepage]
* [http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/authors/E_C_Tubb.htm E. C. Tubb at Fantastic Fiction]


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